Ippudo (Mandarin Gallery)

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~$25/pax
Located in Mandarin Gallery, Ippudo SG is poised to be an upscale and modern ramen brasserie experience where diners can enjoy many types of authentic Japanese dishes before tucking into a bowl of hearty ramen.

333A Orchard Road
#04-02/03/04 Mandarin Gallery
Singapore 238897

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Monday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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πŸ₯’ Served with Pork Belly Chashu, Black Fungus, Egg and Spring Onions

🧾 SGD$18.00

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πŸ’¬ There are a lot of bias-ness surrounding IPPUDO as it is one of the more popular ramen chains around. It is a decent bowl of ramen, sure, but this particular branch lacks consistency. I have had disappointing experiences here before. That being said, their worst is still the minimum gauge of what I feel a standard tonkotsu ramen should taste like. Their Hakata-style noodles were on point with an easy-to-drink light pork bone broth. The pork slices however had no wow factor and tasted as it is. All in all, you cannot go wrong with IPPUDO!

Dried Scallop Hae Bee Hiam Ramen, $25 from π—œπ—£π—£π—¨π——π—’ β €
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πŸ“Only available at these 3 π—œπ—£π—£π—¨π——π—’ outlets from 17-23 Dec 2020:β €
- Mandarin Gallery, unit 04-02β €
- The Star Vista, unit 02-19β €
- Gucco Tower, unit 01-15β €
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To celebrate & mark π—œπ—£π—£π—¨π——π—’ 11th year since they first opened a Singapore outlet, they arrange a special collab with our local celebrity Li Nanxing to create a limited edition ramen - Dried Scallop Hae Bee Hiam Ramen 🍜. This collab is known as LNX X π—œπ—£π—£π—¨π——π—’ and it will only be available for a short period of time from 17th to 23rd Dec 2020 at the 3 stores stated above.β €
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The ramen consists of π—œπ—£π—£π—¨π——π—’β€™s signature rich Tonkotsu broth with miso paste, Li Nanxing Dried Scallop Hae Bee Hiam, lime on the side for an additional tangy taste, fragrant garlic oil infused with sambal and a huge slab of flame-seared Chashu. When served, we were told to taste the broth first, then stirred everything in except the lime, and lastly squeeze in the lime for a tangy taste. Broth is very delicious and it tasted a lil like Tom yam soup too! A very local and unique taste, which got us hooked to it! Texture of noodles can be customised upon ordering, soft, medium, hard, our preference is soft noodles. Chashu came in a huge slab, flamed-seared beautifully, super tender and soft! We loved it so much and would totally visit it soon again before it ends. β €
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at $24++, this bowl of ramen had an intense woody flavour that was not familiar to me at all! although i liked it initially, it became unappetising after a while and i prefer the normal tonkotsu broth

im also really stupid because i didn’t mix the small paste at the side into my soup for an extra kick 🍜

Recently ate at Ippudo again after what feels like years (too many ramen places in SG to try!) and so this time around we ordered something different (but not new to their menu) - the salmon roll. What can I say, mentaiko is always a pleasure to eat and the one here really had a deep charred flavour! Plating was impressive too.

The perfect meldy of flavours of the rich savoury broth, chashu and Hakata style ramen noodles. Ippudo always manages to maintain their high standards or ramen througout all their franchises. Tip: order noodles with hard texture as it will continuously cook in the hot broth.

M E D I A D R O P
Just when I was feeling like having soup noodles (blame it on the rainy weather), IPPUDO’s brand new D.I.Y. Meal Kit got teleported to me (ok, it actually arrived the conventional way πŸ˜†). Didn’t waste any time preparing both the Hakata-style Shiromaru Motoaji ($15.30 a pack) and Akamaru Shinaji ($16.35 a pack) Ramen for lunch.
Definitely not to be mistaken as instant noodles, these have the signature creamy-rich, full-bodied tonkotsu broth arriving in frozen form. After following the clear, simple instructions to simmer it for about 15 minutes, the concentrated block, the result of an 18-hour cooking process prior, became exactly like the broth one would taste if dining at an Ippudo restaurant. When the lusciously smooth umami pork-based liquid met the al dente ramen (these noodles are meant to be cooked for only 30secs in boiling water), the combination went beyond my expectations. It was enhanced by the slices of pork belly chashu and marinated black fungus that were also packed in the D.I.Y. Meal Kit.
I might try my hand next time at making Onsen Tamago eggs and chopping spring onions to pimp up the ramen and take it to another level. But for today, it already qualified as a happy meal.

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