1 Maritime Square
#01-99 HarbourFront Centre
Singapore 099253

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm



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Hanjuku tamago slightly overcooked.

The signature stir fried pork from keisuke was robust but unfortunately it was cold. Would have been awesome if it was hot tho. Same for the aburi charsiu. Needs more torching and the inside was cold. Only two people in the kitchen so they don't really have time to heat everything?

Ramen keisuke! Lol but it's not all there yet. The broth and the black fungus are pretty good but otherwise, charsiu was rather lean and flavourless.

The spicy minced meat was interesting as it was redolent of otah.

Still a rather young restaurant and there's some miscommunication between the kitchen staff and the service staff.

Damage: $16 after taxes

There’s only 3 flavours on the menu and your bowl of ramen is quite customisable. You can choose the softness of your noodles, flavour profile and even how much oil - which I really appreciate.

The noodles were really soft (because I opted for soft noodles) and I love it. The egg was soft and nice but the meat is alittle bit dry but the thinness kinda made up for it. Also you get to enjoy free flow beansprouts and corn!

I would probably return again! πŸ’›

Buta shogayaki don, Chashu don, chicken teriyaki don. My fav was the chicken teriyaki don. First fried for the crisp skin and then drenched with teriyaki sauce for flavour 🀀
The tori karaage and pork gyoza sides are also nice add ons whether you are having ramen or don!
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Thick umami broth - βœ… Savoury runny egg - βœ… Al dente thin noodles - βœ… Char Siew with good ration or lean to fats - βœ… Amazing price point at $12.90 - βœ… βœ… βœ…

At this 3 month old Ramen hitoyoshi, there are 3 types of ramen to choose from, Tonkotsu / Garlic Tonkotsu/ Spicy Tonkotsu. .
The regular bowl will just have a normal charsiew. But if you get the bowl with all toppings, it even comes with an aburi belly charsiew. A thick slab of pork that just melts in your mouth, with a touch of shoyu and sweetness. 🀀🀀🀀
I must say their tonkotsu is one of the more flavourful ones out there. And the ajitamago is perfect with it's slightly funny egg yolk πŸ˜‹. The garlic adds an added dimension, though I do feel that it can be slightly stronger. Whereas the spicy tonkotsu is definitely the clear winner with its robust flavour. It is not just straight up spicy, but has a slight numbness too. Definitely one for mala lovers! .
Thanks to @ramenhitoyoshi for hosting us and @kenpgl for the invite!!
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This 'All Topping' version is so satisfying & filling. It comes with aburi belly chashu, chashu, black fungus, spring onion & ajitsuke tamago. The aburi chashu is so tender & flavourful; even the fatty parts are almost melt in your mouth. It was so good that it made the chashu pale slightly in comparison. The ajitsuke tamago was also perfectly done too - flavourful and oozing it's orangey yolkπŸ‘πŸ»πŸ˜

Ordered the gyoza and it was pretty good too. The gyoza skin was not too thick; the bottom has a nice crisp while the top part maintained a light chewy texture.

I love that I can customise my ramen; from flavour to noodle type and hardness. I love the complimentary beansprouts & corn. Overall, a place that I'm definitely adding to my list of favourite ramen joints in SG.

Taking over defunct Chef's Noodle in Harbourfront Centre, Ramen Hitoyoshi dishes out bowls of slurping good ramen at affordable prices β€” great for those working in the area. We like how the pork broth is thick and robust, that it comes with complimentary side dishes like corn and marinated bean sprouts, and that there are even USB ports to charge mobile phones. All ramen orders can be customised according to your preference β€” thick or thin noodles, less or extra oil, and how you prefer your noodles to be cooked. If you like a little more bite in your noodles, opt for them to be done 'hard' instead of 'normal'. Take comfort in their Tonkotsu with all Toppings ($14.90) that comes with the full works: chashu, aburi belly chashu, seaweed, black fungus, ajitamago (egg) and spring onions. But if you're looking for more heat, go for the Spicy Tonkotsu (from $11.90). The latter features the same pork broth topped with a scoop of spicy minced meat that Burpple Tastemaker Xing Wei Chua says will "creep up at the throat pretty unknowingly", so pace yourself!
Avg Price: $15 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Xing Wei Chua

Best is that You could choose Thin, Normal or Thick soup here :)
Wirklich ein feines preiswertiges Ramen in Singapur. Gern zum Empfehlen😍

Chasu Tonkotsu Ramen - S$ 10.90++
πŸ“: @ramenhitoyoshi Singapore

From Ramen Hitoyoshi; a new restaurant specialising in Tonkotsu ramen at Harbourfront Centre replacing Chef Noodles. Here, patrons can choose between three types of broth for their ramen; Tonkotsu, Garlic Tonkotsu and Spicy Tonkotsu with the flexibility of opting for lighter/heavier broth, thin/thick noodles and softer harder/noodles. Apart from Ramen, there are also a couple of sides and Donburi (coming soon) that are listed on the menu.

Not really exactly one who eats a lot of ramen, so take this with a pinch of salt. Thought their Garlic Tonkotsu broth was rather thick but also a little overly salty (MSG perhaps?), while still being evidently garlicky. Noodles were opted to be softer here and there is definitely a difference between "softer" and "normal" between both bowls that had thin noodles, while all other options remains at "normal". The All Toppings also meant that our bowl of Ramen came with Ajitama (molten egg yolk was pretty flowy), Cha Shu and Aburi Belly Cha Shu (both almost identical β€” pretty lean without a porky stench), Black Fungus, Seaweed and Spring Onions. Pretty decent, though I would preferred a slightly toned down broth.

In comparison, the Spicy Tonkotsu All Topping was a little bit more manageable than the Garlic Tonkotsu. Opted for all options "normal" here, and the spiciness comes pretty unforgiving where it creeps up at the throat pretty unknowingly β€” helps to cut a bit of that saltiness away. Coming with everything that came with the Garlic Tonkotsu All Toppings with an additional scoop of Spicy Mince, this was pretty decent considering how the condiments were pretty consistent throughout both bowls.

The shop closely reminds me of Keisuke Ramen shop with the free-flow of beansprouts, except corn is served here instead of eggs.

I was shocked at the generous size of chasu, but it was a bit tough to eat. The aburi chasu and the ajitama are 😍

Sadly I didn't quite enjoy the broth, it looked almost like the clear and cloudy part was separating.

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Missed the chance of going down @ramenhitoyoshi last few weeks ago! Hence decided to drop by today! However, Didnt really taste those ramen but heard that was really good! Only tried their CharSiu Don with Onsen Egg which was equally great i guess!? Yeap! To me their CharSiu Don was real good! Not forgetting their good service too! ($10~$20++)

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