321 Alexandra Road
#01-16 Alexandra Central
Singapore 159971

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

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With limited time specials like cashew-based dan dan noodles, this Japanese ramen shop that is located at Alexandra Central Mall (right beside IKEA Alexandra) also offers free unlimited boiled eggs 🍳

Stumbled upon this place and decided to satisfy our mazesoba cravings here!

The creamy mazesoba is served with char siu, fresh mushroom, onsen egg, seaweed and spring onions 🍜 Accompanying is a clear peppery bowl of soup that has a surprisingly creamy taste. This surely hit the spot for me! Don’t forget to add in the garlic chips and a dash of chicken oil/soy sauce for extra flavour ✨

Would try their ramen when I’m back!

Fresh salmon slices topped with ikura lying on a bed of seaweed, this dish is one of the recommended items on the menu!

Succulent unagi doused in sweet savoury unagi tare. Not the most generous portion but also can’t complain much at this price point 🫠

Mazesoba is slowly becoming popular in Singapore. Try this one. Comes with free hard boiled eggs at your table. Not too bad if you like your noodles dry.

So... We went to IKEA to explore some furniture options and as we browsed through the isles of perfect homes decorated with mediocre soulless furnishings we got hungry.

We were pushed to find shelter and nourishing outside as the whole of Singapore seems to to think lining up for self-service food from IKEA is an exciting, exotic way to spend a Friday night.

We therefore stumbled across Otoko Ramen, a little Japanese restaurant right around the corner from the Swedish megastore.

Service was incredibly keen. They came with a bowl of six complimentary hard boiled eggs which make for a great snack before digging into their 20 hour brewed tonkotsu broth full of collagen and fat from the pork bones.

The broth is of the right thickness for my taste. I wish we could have customized the thickness and hardness of the noodles, but overall it’s such a better option than IKEA cardboard meatballs!

We also had a small salmon chirashi bowl and some edamame. Prices are decent.

This place is a great option if you find yourself swamped and need a short break from the little demon kids that bump around, crawl and yell all over the place in IKEA.

As with #mazesoba, it tends to get a bit jelat towards the end. But this is still less jelat than the one I tried at chinatown point.

Environment wise, this is a cozy little restaurant located on Level 1 of Park Hotel that has a mish mash of different shops on its 1st level which gives a messy impression.

If you spend above a certain amount, might be able to claim for free parking at their Customer Service Counter.