10 Anson Road
#02-85A International Plaza
Singapore 079903

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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Reviews

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Enishi has a simple menu of two items and between both, I liked the dashi noodles more. We went with the basic bowl that came with a piece of smoky chashu, two slices of smoked duck, Japanese fish cake and a generous helping of diced onions. However, while their wide and thick buckwheat noodles worked well in the Dan-Dan Noodle bowl, I’d prefer a thinner rendition here that would carry the flavours of the broth better. That aside, the clear broth was definitely the star of the bowl - it was light yet very flavourful without being over salty, and had a refreshing touch of yuzu!

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Dan dan men, the most expensive item here, came loaded with ingredients: 2 kinds of pork, puckled radish, onions, ajitama, fried shallots, and some greens. One of the pork chunks were a tad too sweet for my liking, but when mixed they all came out fragrant and tasty. The peanut taste was super duper strong, and that's why the dashi broth came in handy to dilute it slowly as you are getting full (or jelat). I chose medium spicy and level 3 for the mala spices, but found it quite subtle. Could have chosen very spicy with more mala spices if you want more kicks. Not a cheap bowl of noodle for sure, but I love how bold the flavour is.

Hole-in-a-wall ramen shop nestled in the second level of International Plaza, Enishi successfully brought me back to my vacay days in Japan with only 9 seats and an open kitchen concept. Enishi currently only serves 2 dishes- dan dan men and ramen with dashi broth. I personally enjoy the chewy buckwheat noodle used here although most people may find the flat shape unusual. The dashi broth is my favourite of the two. Flavour was strong yet comforting. The aburi pork belly is worth a shout-out too! Overall, it was a comforting bowl that easily pleases your tastebuds.

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Good for lunch around the CBD is this hidden ramen spot in International Plaza. Get ready for a culinary adventure in a bowl — mix the delicious Dan-Dan Noodle ($17.90) together with Kelp Vinegar, Orange Vinegar and Spicy Vinegar served alonsgide the noodles. As you work your way through the meal, add Dashi Broth in bit by bit for extra umami flavour. Each bowl comes with chasyu, Japanese onions, minced pork and Japanese pickles. Also good is the Japanese Dashi Noodle with Ajitama ($17.90).
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Enishi Ramen hails from Kobe with a Michelin Bib Gourmand listing.
9 seater, Japanese crowd and Japanese chef you know it's gonna be good... Famous for their Dan Dan ramen, that comes with a flat meepok like noodle that had a really good chew to it, topped with pickles, charsiu, duck, mizuna and poached egg. The goma sauce with chilli paste was good on its own but adding that dashi stock with 3 different types of vinegars just made it feel like having multiple ramen in one seating...So good.

Went back 3 times so far within 2 months, gave the dashi ramen a shot and it was amazing as well! The dashi was packed with flavour without the usual heaviness of tonkotsu soups.
Loved the addition of yuzu which kept every mouthful refreshing.
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From the new Enishi, a pretty hidden spot tucked at Level 2 of International Plaza; a brand which hails from Kobe, Japan, and is listed as a a Michelin Bin Gourmand restaurant back at its hometown. Specialising in their Japanese Dashi broth ramen, Enishi also serves up a Dan-Dan Noodle for those who would prefer a dry ramen option.

Coming with an instruction card, patrons are encourage to first have a go at the noodles by tossing it and mixing it up with the condiments provided, the item also comes with Ontama, three kinds of vinegar (Kelp Vinegar, Orange Vinegar and Spicy Vinegar) and Dashi Broth to be added at different stages to give the Dan-Dan Noodles a different flavour at the various stages. Coming withe condiments such as Chasyu (Pork and Duck), Japanese Onions, Minced Pork, Fried Onions and Japanese Pickles, patrons can also choose their preferred level of spiciness and if they want their order to be served without spiciness, Medium Hot or Very Hot. Opting for Medium Hot and Level 2 spiciness, we felt that the Dan-Dan Noodles barely carried much of a spicy kick; pretty much undetectable. That being said, the Dan-Dan Noodles was on-point with the various condiments carrying meaty bite and a crunch for a variety of textures, whilst the noodles were almost akin to a thicker and broader version of our meepok with more chew. Adding the condiments into the noodles, the Ontama provides a silkier touch to bind the various elements of the bowl together, while the vinegars help to provide some zing; the Dashi broth helping to add a final touch of umami to the whole bowl that's oh-so-good. Patrons can also order a small bowl of rice to mop up all that sauce beneath once they reach the bottom of the bowl. A very authentic experience considering the intimacy with the chef sitting around an open concept kitchen with only counter seating available — a place that carries much attention to detail from the food quality to even the placement of some items on the table; a spot that ramen enthusiasts should definitely check out!

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