7 Tanjong Pagar Plaza
Singapore 081007

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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If you like your ramen really flavourful, Bonito Ramen ($20 with special toppings) from Hakata Ikkousha Ramen would be your choice. Made from bonito, pork and chicken stock, the soup itself had a deep umami savoury flavour. I got the normal tasting broth, and it's savouriness is pretty close to what I had in Japan. Very thick and rich broth that got me going for more! The large amount of spring onions was very much appreciated, as it made the soup not so surfeiting.

As for the noodles, I ordered them with very hard texture, and it had just the right amount of chewiness. The char siew maybe thin, but they were well seasoned and actually tasted somewhat closer to ham. Wished that they can go heavier on the seasoning of the marinated egg though!

This is definitely one place I will go to fulfil my ramen cravings!

Pork broth with garlic paste. Pretty decent ramen with a lot of Japanese visiting as well. Can be crowded even on weekdays night. They used to have free hard boiled eggs but now no more!!
Ramen was $15.50++

I picked the normal broth and normal noodles. The broth was very good but can be abit salty after awhile. The bowl may look small but it is quite filling. The thin noodles were al dente. The cha shu was different from other ramen, this is very tender. Sadly, no free bean sprouts. Only free hard boiled eggs. The egg was the onsen egg but not the flavoured one

Level 2 is alr not v drinkable. Have to take sips and small breaks while drinking haha

Contrary to the looks it's not an unpleasant heat though, not the kind that is raw fire and makes your stomach churn but doesn't add any flavour. However I much prefer the original for the drinkability which I feel ramen is all about(you're supposed to keep slurping anyway to show respect for the chef)

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So many years have passed and it's good as ever. I'm surprised there was almost no one on a Friday evening. Thank covid for the lack of queue

๐Ÿฅข Decorated with huge Chashu slices, Black Fungus, Green Onions and a molten Egg

๐Ÿงพ SGD$16.50

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๐Ÿ’ฌ I am back! It has become a birthday tradition for me to spend it at Ikkousha. They offer a birthday promotion: feeding you as many gyozas as your age for free (please don't count the gyozas I got haha). For more information, be sure to check them out for the T&Cs. Now, I always get the tonkotsu on my birthday. I love their crazy rich broth, so lusciously creamy and thick. Their Hakata noodles are always on point al dente, thin and chewy; perfect for slurping. The chashu slices were also incredibly tender as well. Nothing better than having this on your birthday!