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

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11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

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Regrets for not trying this earlier… This is soo yummy in my tummy! The noodles texture is perfectly springy and managed to hold the thick tasty broth well when dipped into. Probably the only downside is that there isn’t much meat in the tsukemen broth.

Be prepared to queue during peak hours and weekends!

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served with 2 slices of aburi chashu, half a flavoured egg, black fungus and spinach

really enjoyed the soup, it was rich in flavour but not overly salty which complemented the chashu which was pretty salty. the noodle texture was also different from the other ramen shops, it’s slightly flatter and springy

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My favourite person’s favourite food ❤️


We waited for about half hour on a Sunday afternoon but the ramen was well worth the wait! The broth was v rich and a tad salty but it was really appetising and not jelak. Noodle texture was springy and serving size was generous. However we would have preferred the pork belly to be more tender.

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Comfort food. Filling ++

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After seeing the long queues at Sanpoutei every single time we walk through the basement of Shaw House, we decided that we had to try it for ourselves! After a half-hour queue, we finally got a table and decided to order the Shoyu Full Special ramen ($17.50++). The main difference between the Shoyu Full Special and the normal Shoyu ramen is the addition of two more slices of char siu, for just $2.50++ more!

The ramen broth tastes really different from the usual tonkatsu broth, as this tasted a lot less rich. Instead of the intense porky flavour in tonkatsu broths, the shoyu broth at Sanpoutei comes with a slight fishy essence, due to the use of salmon stock for the soup base. We thought it was really nice that the soup base wasn't overly salty as well (unlike the miso ramen on the menu), and because the flavour is pretty light, it is really drinkable if you want to finish the soup! 😁

The noodles were firm yet springy and they do not clump together, so we really loved the texture. We also loved the char siu served with this dish, as the meat was really tender and it came with a layer of juicy fats that was really delicious. There were definitely no regrets upgrading to the Full Special for the two additional slices of pork!

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