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Otoko Ramen (ChinaTown Point)

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~$15/pax
Our chefs at Kaneta Shoten have more than 10 years experience in Japan making traditional style ramen. Shoyu (Soy Sauce) Ramen follows the traditional old-Kyoto style which has a brown and clear tonkotsu broth with special tamari soy sauce added. Tonkotsu (Pork Bone) Ramen has a thick broth made from boiling pork bones and collagen over heat for more than 20 hours, creating a hearty flavour and a creamy consistency. Other ramen dishes include Tonkotsu Miso, Tonkotsu Spicy Miso, Mazesoba and Tsukemen.

133 New Bridge Road
#B1-44/45 ChinaTown Point
Singapore 059413

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Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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I have been coming here regularly for their original (truffle) mazesoba ($13.90++) but decided to try something new yesterday... I love mentaiko anything but this was wayyyy too jelak with the creamy mayo and gooey egg. This is my preferred restaurant for mazesoba as the noodle that they use is thinner than other mazesoba shops (I generally like thinner noodles though). I also love the fatty sio bak that accompanies their original and mentaiko mazesoba, but it may be too fatty for boring health conscious people.
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💡: They do offer various rice bowls and soup ramen for people who dont like dry noodles.

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Noodles were not springy, but were a substantial portion. The minced pork however, was juicy and flavourful!! The sauce is the star of the dish !! but you will only enjoy it if you like spicy food heh and also, there’s free flow eggs so if the portion size is too small for you, you can just snack on a few eggs and it’ll be a good and full meal! Don’t forget to add the fried garlic as I think it adds aroma and flavour to the dish

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Lunch! Reasonably priced but food was nothing to rave about. A pretty good bowl of food and very decent portion sizes - read my other reviews to find out more about the individual mains!!

I can never resist truffle oil anything (yes, yes I know it's not real truffle and just chemicals, but whatever). The truffle smell is not strong in this dish but it does complement the luscious mouthfeel of this dry noodle dish. I love that the pork is fatty (basically sio bak) but it may be too fatty for healthy people. The noodle is quite thick, chewy and "q". The dressing is very tasty and despite being a chilli lover I didn't even feel the need to add chilli oil - almost shocking ! If mazesoba is not your thing, they also serve soup ramen and various rice dishes. Free hard boiled eggs is an additional bonus for egg lovers.
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Located at Chinatown point mall Basement 1 (under the escalator).
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🚇 : Chinatown MRT

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Ordered a large truffle mazesoba ramen 15.90.
Mixing with the half boiled egg gave it a very creamy taste. Almost tasted like truffle carbonara. Was a very interesting spin on the good old ramen.
Had free flow hard boiled eggs.
Char siew rice portion was small. The charsiew is mostly lean mean so good for those who want to avoid too much fats. The smokey taste was strong and the sauce was great.
Gyoza was average. Skin not particularly crispy but the fillings were moist and flavourful.

Overall: Should try it out at least once. Not too pricey for the portion.
Tips: if you are broke try sharing a large ramen + a side and take more hard boiled eggs

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This is a treat of truffle-oil doused maze soba (think of dry ramen) with pork meat, mushrooms, and an egg.

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