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Ichikokudo Hokkaido Ramen (Suntec City)

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A Halal-certified Japanese Restaurant. The Ichikokudo brand looks to create an authentic Hokkaido Seafood Ramen experience for its customers. Hokkaido is famous, inside Japan and out, for its fresh and abundant seafood bounties.

3 Temasek Boulevard
#B1-135 Suntec City North Wing
Singapore 038983

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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Definitely a bowl of ramen filled with lots of tomato bites, giving you the taste of sweet broth. The springy Japanese ramen was made with Hokkaido wheat flour. Do note that they added a lot of garlic on it also. $11.90

File this one away for rainy days. Indulge in the Hokkai Clam Ramen ($14.90) for clams, tender chicken chashu and thin, springy ramen noodles bathed in creamy, butter broth. If you're extra hungry, get their Hokkaido Jigoku ramen ($15.90) that comes with a hefty portion of noodles. Consider sharing the juicy Fried Garlic Karaage (from $6.80) that Burppler Sherlyn Chan highly recommends for its perfect crunch without being greasy. Be sure to dunk it in some garlic sauce!
Photo by Burppler Ethel Tan


So i created an account just to comment on Ichikokudo ramen and that just shows the disappointment. My family and i was drawn in by the beautiful decor and i had the beef ramen. When the ramen came i was concerned with the solidified oil on the side of the bowl but continued to eat and what hit my mouth was a wave of saltiness with no depth of flavor whatsoever. The noodle itself was not too bad but the broth is horrendous. Maybe it was just the beef ramen, maybe it was just my bowl. I took the picture just 5 minutes after i ate to show just how oily it was. I respect how they are trying to make halal ramen but they can definitely do better than making plain soy sauce ramen. Also their beef is thin, fat and disintegrated to little pieces

I got the light rich ramen and I liked this a lot more than the duck jigoku ramen I had previously. This is shoyu based and it was fragrant plus the noodles were chewy too!

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The broth had a curry flavour to it but it wasn’t spicy enough for my liking (especially since Jigoku means hell). The noodles are thicker and resemble yellow noodles for this one while the noodles for the shoyu broth are thinner. I’m not a fan of the thicker noodles too so maybe I have to come back and try the other broths 😂


This is one of the few halal ramen restaurants in Singapore and their ramen is quite affordable! I got the Hokkaido Jigoku ramen ($15.90) and didn’t like it much but the portion was decent. So I’ll come back to try the other soups perhaps.

I didn’t like this because Jigoku means hell but the soup wasn’t spicy at all. And the noodles for this soup base were like yellow noodles which I don’t really like. The other soup bases have the thinner noodles!