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181 Orchard Road
#07-12/13 Orchard Central
Singapore 238896

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11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

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At $10.90++, i think it is a good choice if you are around Somerset. Chose the “hard” ramen. Not sure if the noodles are factory manufactured, but i like that the broth is not overly too salty compared to “ahhh geeee cent”.

Good amount of vegetables too!

Wont feel bloated after eating too. So thats great!

One of my favourite ramen places by far. Really affordable, flavourful ramen in the heart of Orchard Road. A hidden gem, in my humble opinion. I always get the Japan (regular) size because I'm greedy, and it's super filling! They are really generous with their noodles and beansprouts too.

Price: $12 (regular), 10.80 (small)

💵: $14.80 (+$1.50 for flavoured egg)

🤔: Was having some serious ramen cravings and I gotta say the one here pretty much satisfied it 😋😋 Soup was flavourful but didn't leave me thirsty, but I'll recommend level 4 spice bcos 3 was hardly spicy. Service from the waitress auntie was bad, but everyone else was pretty nice

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Topped with beansprouts, minced meat and spring onions! Looks really good but unfortunately really, really salty. Was hoping to get a lighter tasting broth so I opted for miso instead of tonkotsu, so I was disappointed by this. Overall an average dish, nothing to scream about!

In search of the best bowl in town, and we ended up in Orchard Central with an empty tummy aching to be filled and high expectations.
Although I can’t say for sure that this Nantsuttej has the best ramen, but it’s surely a worthy contender (at least in Sg).
The broth was super rich, a umami bomb to be exact. Swimming in the thick soup is springy, semi-hard noodles, crunchy beansprouts (loads of em’!), and flavourful chashu slices.
Loved the broth, enjoyed slurping up the noodles and went home with a satisfied tummy.

I’ve heard so much about Nantsuttei being one of the best ramens in Singapore and I finally got to try it. It was extremely value for money and I though the prices were really affordable here! The noodles were of a perfect texture and consistency as well, and the soup was pretty rich too. What really disappointed me was the chashu, which was thin, bland and dry. Overall, definitely worth a try and a really affordable meal in town.