61 Circular Road
Singapore 049415

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11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

06:00pm - 10:00pm


11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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I checked on google that they open till 10.30 pm, but didnโ€™t know that they actually break in between.
So I only have 20 mins to order and finish it my ramen.
We ordered Jet Black Tonkotsu Ramen.
I like that we can choose our noodle texture and soup.
The broth made from squid ink and pan-fried garlic. Itโ€™s tasty and at the end of my meal , I feel a bit salty for me (but I ask for extra oil ), itโ€™s Topped with black miso and pork.
The pork sliced thin n tender.
๐Ÿ“Ramen Bar Suzuki.
61 Circular Rd, #01-01

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Ramen Bar Suzuki is a quaint ramen shop hidden in Circular Road and it does have pretty interesting flavours, including emerald ramen?? ๐Ÿ˜ฎ However, we decided to go with something more conventional and we ordered the pure white ramen, which is basically a tonkatsu-based ramen with two pieces of chashu and a huge piece of seaweed!

Ramen Bar Suzuki uses thin ramen noodles and we liked that they got us the texture that we requested, as we like our noodles harder rather than soggy. Cha shu was also great as the meat was tender and there was a generous fatty layer on it. However, we thought the broth wasn't flavourful enough and we felt that it could be a little stronger on the "porky" taste. On the brighter side though, the broth is a little more drinkable as it isn't overly thick or salty. Also, Suzuki adds cut ginger to this dish, which infuses the broth with the spice; you may want to indicate that you would like the ginger to be served separately if you don't want your ramen broth to taste like ginger soup.

You can order the lunch set, which includes a bowl of ramen and two pieces of chicken karaage at around $16, which is fairly average. However, the stall is pretty popular with the lunchtime CBD crowd so you may need to queue a while before you can get a seat.

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Wasnโ€™t really aware of this place until recently as I was looking for some alternative ramen restaurants in this area.

Their menu was very interesting to me with its selection, example this emerald green tonkotsu ramen immediately gain my attention.

The combination of tonkotsu soup with fragrant fresh basil and flavoursome cheese was something new to me. The cheese making the soup very tasty actually but wonโ€™t be too overwhelming.

Dining here also get to enjoy their complimentary egg, mashed potato and beansprouts.

Despite the long queues here during lunchtime (because of its good position at boat quay), I found the tonkotsu broth of this white ramen lacking in richness. I must admit I prefer my ramen salty but this lacked dimension.

I liked the free flow sides (pictured behind the bowl of ramen) as the creamy mash even had chunks of meat in it, but the egg wasnt very freshly boiled. Overall worth a try but not that satisfying ๐Ÿ˜ญ

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๐Ÿฅข Served in a frothy broth with slices of Pork Bellies, Black Fungus strips, Green Onions and red pickled Ginger

๐Ÿงพ SGD$13.90

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๐Ÿ’ฌ This is my first time seeing a ramen broth whisked to foamy bubbly goodness. The soup itself was rich, sweet and already light, but because it got whisked, the tonkotsu broth got even lighter and airier. Tiny foam bubbles were popping by my lips as I gave it a good slurp. The slices of pork bellies were reasonably tender, and the noodles were cooked perfectly al dente, slightly firm and springy. The pickled ginger however, felt misplaced as I did not feel like it went well with the bowl. Its acidity would have been handier in a heavier bowl of tonkotsu. With the Chef being actually Japanese, this has got to be one of the most authentic bowls of ramen that I have had in Singapore!