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#01-14 Orchid Hotel
Singapore 078867

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11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

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So here we are, having Japanese food AGAIN! This time enjoying a bowl of Tonkatsu Ramen and Tsukemen Ramen. Itch scratched, but for how long? 😣

Having heard rave reviews about this obscure hole-in-the-wall ramen bar(and also because we found ourselves absolutely starving at 5pm), we decided to pop by and give it a try! Their ladies’ set is perfect for foodies; with one mini ramen, a mini bowl, and a drink, one can savour multiple dishes without overeating!! 😋

Apparently, their ramen noodles are served Kagoshima style, hence the slightly thicker and chewier texture. If anything, it paired well with the rich and creamy broth which felt like silk on my tongue!! Was looking forward to their “Fried Scallops” of the day, but it turned out to be fishcake-style scallops, not the real ones 😞 should’ve just stuck with extra cha Shu! Their preserved vegetables were pretty interesting - packing a spicy kick, the leafy greens are seasoned with furikake and ebiko(if I’m not wrong)...we simply couldn’t stop heaping piles of it on the small dishes 😂 my verdict? The food here isn’t super-super spectacular, but it’s definitely beyond what one would expect for the price!


Thicker ramen served in chicken and pork broth with bamboo shoots, roasted seaweed, ajitsuke tamago, two slices of char siew and one slice of aburi char siew. Not quite used to the texture of this ramen but the hardness was on point. The slices of char siew were really thick unlike those served elsewhere 👍. Also, the chicken karage was the real deal for me - big chunks, tender and cripsy.

Aburi char siu was rather tough and dry, but the thinly sliced char siu fared much better. Soup was alluringly spicy even though it wasn't very thick, and the chili added much aroma to the dish.

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Menya Sanji Rich Tonkatsu Ramen (Front) & Sanji Ramen (Back) are so nice to eat after a long day of work. Sanji Ramen has a pork & chicken base and is light and not greasy. The Rich Tonkatsu Ramen's soup tastes so interesting! It is thicker and has a really strong yoke taste.

I like that they give 2 slices of cha shu and 1 slices of roasted pork belly! Kind of want to try their Mazesoba as well heh! The Rich Tonkatsu Ramen is $16.40 & the Sanji Ramen is $11.50!


Their special ramen! Was pretty good but I’m not a fan of how their noodles tasted. It’s about $14 pax!