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#B2-54/55 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
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the paprika on this!!!🌶 i love. corn wasn’t super crispy but okay i liked the thin fried batter layer on it

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i really liked how light the broth is!! and i’m glad chicken was used coz i’m not a big fan of chashu oops. however, i prefer the thin noodles over the ones used for this bowl. this one kinda gave instant noodle vibes🍜

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The Hae Ramen is a blend of Da Dong’s prawn soup and IPPUDO’s signature tonkotsu. Soaking up the broth are IPPUDO’s thin noodles, and the overall dish is completed with prawns, pork lard, bean sprouts and tamago.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/ippudo-x-sg-hawkers/

Yuzu Tori Shio Ramen with Kaedama
Ippudo's original clear chicken broth enlivened with special shio sauce, served with thin noodles, slices of sous vide chicken breast, fresh baby spinach, bamboo shoots, marinated soft-boiled egg, shredded white onions and yuzu peel strips

Ordered this as part of the $36 set meal for 2 promotion which is ongoing till 31Oct, which is a really good deal since it comes with 2 ramens, 2 side dishes and 2 soft drinks.

The akamaru shinaji ramen is for garlic lovers, as it has garlic oil added to the original tonkotsu broth. A special blend of miso paste is added as well. The broth was just the right amount of richness, though I found the noodle texture to be on the soft side this time. The chashu was tender though it was quite lean. Nevertheless, it was still a good bowl of ramen with a good deal!

Having always tried Ippudo's signature shiromaru and akamaru ramen at every visit, we decided to try something different today - Ippudo's Karaka Ramen! The ramen also has a tonkatsu soup base (heavier than the shiromaru ramen though), and it's distinctive feature is the sweet and spicy miso paste added to the soup. Note that the paste does not have the fiery-hot type of spiciness, and it is actually pretty gentle so those of you who are afraid of spicy dishes can still give it a try! The taste of tonkatsu is still very evident in the broth and the char siew is pretty tender too, with a pretty great layer of fat on it's exterior.

While the dish usually costs close to $20++, we managed to enjoy Ippudo's anniversary promotion, where you get to enjoy two ramen dishes, two side dishes (steamed gyoza and karaage) and two drinks for $36++! This is a pretty good deal and it lasts till 31 Oct so you may want to visit Ippudo soon to enjoy the promotion!