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Ramen Ramen!

Ramen Ramen!

Featuring Kanshoku Ramen Bar (orchardgateway), Tsuta (Pacific Plaza), Kajiken (Tanjong Pagar), Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King Four Seasons (Bugis), Ramen Keisuke Tori King, Menya Kokoro (Suntec City), Konjiki Hototogisu (CHIJMES), Chabuton ([email protected]), Hakata Ikkousha Ramen (Tanjong Pagar), Nantsuttei Ramen (Orchard Central)
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Scallops lover should definitely order this bowl of ramen.. despite how unsought after ajisen ramen is compared to other ramen chains in sg, I find that they have improved over the years. Its still not too bad overall especially with the ramen set with sides and drinks - definitely value for money.
Price:~$15+

Chabuton's ramen is not too bad overall.

They name their ramen as spring, summer, autumn, winter. Keisuke has always been one of my favourite ramen chain in SG!

Machida shoten is located at the japan food town at wisma atria. Noodles were thicker in version,and it was smooth and springy. Chashu was tender and juicy, and the egg yolks were runny.

Ajisai ramen at hokkaido marche. Overall not too bad, broth was sweet and not too salty. Cha shu was a bit too hard though. 50% off with jpassport till end of month. Value for money!

Price after discount:$7.50

Menya musashi's smoked duck ramen. They serve rather thick ramen. It would be better if their japanese soft boiled egg is not overly cooked.

Here is the first Halal-certified Hokkaido-style ramen restaurant in SG. I like the thin and long noodles which resembles the hakata style ramen. Value for money too as it is priced at $9.90. Will definitely visit again for their other ramen dishes.

This Tokyo's top chicken ramen tasted awesome. The broth was thick and flavourful, with a generous amount of ingredients.

Price:$15.50

Another famous japanese maze soba from Tokyo has arrived in SG. The thick noodles reminded me of udon, made of whole-wheat flour. Stir and mix the entire ingredients together and savour this dry ramen. Good attempt overall, however I find the peppers in the noodles a bit too overwhelming. My vote still goes to Kajiken.
Price: $10.80

Kinda special bowl of truffle dry ramen. However, it is a bit dry though..
Price: $16.90

This is a bowl of goodness. Soba is made from whole grains. Soup is super nice and you can't help yourself from drinking all of it down.
Price: $15

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Rich broth, spingy hakata noodle with slices of non fattening cha shu is simply perfect for ramen lovers. Dont forget to add in as many eggs as you want as they provide free flow of eggs!
Price: $12

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