30 Victoria Street
#01-17/K5A/K5B CHIJMES
Singapore 187996

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11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

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Shio Hamaguri Soup Ramen ($17.50 inclusive of GST and service charge)
Surprised to find out that they have a michelin star because it tasted pretty normal to me. Portion was not enough as well. Though at this price point, it’s one of the more affordable places to eat in CHIJMES so I can’t complain much!
Highlight was actually the mini clam rice which was served as a complimentary appetiser with every bowl of ramen - clams were really sweet and juicy!


Priced at $14.90++, this ramen is served with a unique broth made with hamaguri clams, tonkatsu, and truffle oil. Do take a whiff of the broth before drinking, and you would be sure to recognise the aroma of the truffle oil. The broth has a pretty distinct seafood flavour, presumably from the clams, and without relying on heavily on tonkatsu, this made the broth pretty light. However, I think the restaurant could do with making it slightly less salty. The char siew was a little tough, and the serving was a little small, but would be happy to come back again to drink more of the broth! πŸ˜‹

absolutely enjoyed the yuzu cappuccino ramen too!! the broth was super light and refreshing (but still flavorful in its own right) & there was a strong burst of citrusy taste with every mouthful that we took. the red onions were a bit too pungent and strong for the light soup but i guess it was supposed to provide a stronger flavor profile?

the charcoal cha shu ramen was super flavorful & intense. the soup started off feeling thick and salty before we were hit with a strong smoky flavor, albeit heavier on the palate but it tasted incredibly well-rounded. the slices of cha shu was also very soft and tender with the same smoky flavor. i really liked the pairing of the vegetables with the meat - the vegetables was crunchy and pretty much tasteless so it helped to cut through the oiliness of the soup and meat.

Konjiki hototogisu here sells mainly Hamaguri clam and pork ramen. Pictured here is the tonkotsu smoke and pepper ramen with pepper flakes and edible smoked wood chips. First things first, I'm not a big fan of clear broth ramen because I prefer my ramen thick and rich. However, the smoked wood chips gave the ramen quite a unique taste that I've never had before. If you don't mix the chips around, the smoked taste might get quite overwhelming. I found myself slurping the soup down to the last drop in the end, but I wouldn't say that the ramen here is that outstanding. Despite what I think, many people seem to beg to differ based on how packed the small restaurant was on a simple weekday evening.

Smoke & Pepper Ramen ($13.90) is unique dish that specially created for singapore outlet shop. Smoke & Pepper consisted of wood chip smoked minced meat and 1 piece of cha shu. I felt that it was quite intense spice inside for broth and shiok experience without adding chili inside the broth but not too salty.