350 Orchard Road
#B1-04/05 Shaw House
Singapore 238868

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Wednesday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

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The ramen spot that made me fall in love with shoyu broths and has since been one of my favourite to-go places for a satisfying bowl! The broth looks unassumingly clear, but it’s light yet umami rich, with a very pronounced dried sardines stock base. You get springy curly ramen noodles with aburi chashu, bamboo shoots, seaweed and half an egg. Only thing is that the chashu sometimes are a little too fatty for my liking.

For each of their ramen, they are available in a range of prices, depending on the amount of toppings you want.

Other than ramen, there are a few different appetisers. First time trying the agedashi tofu! It came with mushrooms and grated radish that had a touch of spice. Unlike the usual sort that has the tofu come crisp, these ones had a more chewy soft potato starch coating. Tofu cubes were silky smooth and the broth was comforting. I would actually request got the spiced radish to be served separately next time though, as I liked the broth on its own. A bit pricey, but we enjoyed it!

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🥢 To be dipped in a rich Sardine and Bonito broth, with Bamboo Shoots and a Soy-Marinated Egg on the side

🧾 SGD$16.00

✍🏻 ★★★★★★★★★☆〘9/10〙

💬 One of my favourite tsukemen around! The noodles were chewy with a nice bite to them and always cooked perfectly. They know you would love the noodles so the noodles automatically comes in a x1.5 portion. The broth is made with dried sardines and bonito which jam-packs it with umami-ness and a robust flavour! I'm already salivating just by writing this!

(Unfortunately I can't upload two photos into a single post here, but no worries the photo of the dipping broth is on Instagram, go check it out!)

OK, I exaggerated. But their tsukemen was really that good! Being not much of a fan of ramen much less tsukemen, the flavorful, savoury broth with chunks of meat and veggies took me by surprise. Ramen was springy and soaks up the broth quickly with each dip. Save some broth to top up for the killer soup at the end, you wont regret it.

one of the best bowls of ramen i’ve had and i don’t typically enjoy noodles 🤤 spicy broth was tasty and not gelak at all but the pork chashu is what deserves a highlight. it’s so tender with the right ratio of fat it melts in your mouth! can’t find chashu better than this. be prepared to queue

Decent ramen place to go to, especially now that Tsuta has relocated. The Tsukemen is different from the run-of-the-mill dry ramen, but not very delish as the broth is a bit thick before adding the soup. The Tamago Ikura is refreshing.

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