Burpple Beyond: Our Response to the Upcoming Dine-in Restrictions

2 Orchard Turn
#B3-18 ION Orchard
Singapore 238801

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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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From the Burpple community

Really tasty bowl of truffle ramen! Packed with truffle oil and topped with an onsen tamago, it’s definitely a go-to for any truffle lover.

P.S.: The flavor might come off too strong if you’re not a fan of truffle!

OK. I'm sick of this place. My son's always back for the dry Truffle Ramen. It's good. Be it the ultimate truffle taste, the springy noodle, the chewy slightly fatty char siew or the perfectly done egg. But too much is too much.

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Lychee lithi under the mocktail selection. Refreshing option over bb tea

Ordered two of aburi cheese takoyaki for price of 1 with Burpple beyond. Upon order, they will start making yours.

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Always loved truffle and want to put some inside your ramen as well?

@kanshokuramen not only put truffle oil but the real truffle into your ramen broth!! I love how the truffle taste is not overpowering, which goes really well with the creamy broth 🤤

It is also insane how affordable a truffle broth ramen

While typing this, I wanna have another bowl of this again 😭😭

Taste: 🤤 🤤 🤤 🤤 🤤
Price: $17.90++

Every person has their single favourite thing to eat in the world. For me, it just happens to be a hearty bowl of ramen. Deliciously comforting, warm, versatile, flavourful, thick (so on and so forth the usage of colourful adjectives never ceases to exist). Over the years, it has become a personal conquest of sorts to try and seek out the single best bowl of ramen in this country with a year-round summer calendar. The only irony that I found difficult to believe and even more difficult to accept is that it slipped my mind entirely to write up a single article about it in the past 21 posts since the inception of this platform, despite the whole inspiration behind @thintbites stemming from wanting to educate and promote the curious world of ramen specifically. Transitioning back to the core values of trying to actually inform and educate readers about a past dining experience, Kanshoku Ramen Bar is the brainchild of fellow Singaporeans Melvin and Brendon, whose commitment to serving up fresh, healthy and delicious ramen is apparent in every bowl. A litmus test of sorts that I’ve initiated and tried over the years to determine the prowess of a ramen kitchen has been to order the simplest ramen their menu could offer; in definition, the cheapest bowl of ramen on any menu. Luckily, the Kanshoku Signature Ramen ($13.90++) was a hearty and scrumptious bowl of ramen executed perfectly. The tonkotsu broth which has been boiled for 8 hours in filtered water (with no salt nor preservatives) was rather pleasantly sweeter than most tonkotsu broths available. Of course, that familiar richness was still apparent. At the end of the day, less is more. Ironically as I’ve learned from writing extra-lengthy reviews such as this, more is also less.