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For Fusion Ramen in Outram Perfect for date night or intimate gatherings is this snazzy ramen bar in Hotel Soloha along Teck Lim Road. Start with their succulent Char Siew Platter ($12) and plump Mentaiko Oysters ($5 per piece, $13 for three). Be sure to leave room for the Sliced Wagyu Beef with Truffle Iberico Tonkotsu ($23.90) — choose between the Japanese ramen noodles, linguine or angel hair pasta. Think Mizayaki A5 wagyu beef, nori seaweed, shimeiji mushrooms, ajitsuke tamago, bamboo shoot and green onion in an aromatic truffle tonkotsu broth. Psst — come from 5-8pm to make full use of their Happy Hour and get 1-for-1 Asahi Beer! Photo by Burppler Xing Wei Chua
Burpple
3d
Signature House Noodle — Sliced Wagyu Beef with Truffle Iberico Tonkotsu Opened recently within Hotel Soloha, Takeshi Noodle Bar is a new ramen establishment that serves up fusion ramen. Allowing patrons to customise their ramen according to their preferences, Takeshi Noodle Bar offers several types of noodles with their Ramen (i.e. Japanese Ramen noodles, Linguine or Angel Hair), whilst also allowing patrons to go for different levels of firmness of the noodles and various thickness of the broth. Going for the Japanese Ramen noodles for hard level of noodle firmness and a normal thickness of the broth, the ramen also features other elements such as Mizayaki A5 Wagyu Beef, Nori Seaweed, Kikuage, Hon Shimeiji, Ajiitsuke Tamango, Menma, Green Onion and a Truffle Tonkotsu broth. Taking a sip of the broth, the broth carries a light truffle aroma that perfumes the entire bowl; prominent but not overwhelming the creamy and aptly thick Tonkotsu broth that is not too cloying on its own. The slices of Wagyu Beef portioned was not something I would call generous; understandably so considering the grade of the beef for such a price tag but they were pretty tender without carrying any gaminess — a mix of lean and fatty meat without needing much effort to chew and almost akin to that of Shabu-Shabu style beef. The remaining condiments help to provide more texture to the ramen; the Hon Shimeiji and Kikuage providing a bouncy bite, while the Menma adds a crunch — the Ajiitsuke Tamago coming with molten yolk that carries a savoury note from the marination. Whilst opting for hard firmness for the noodles, we found the noodles to be much on the soft side instead. A pretty decent bowl of ramen; all served it a pretty hip environment that would work well as a spot for dates or catch-ups for small groups.
Xing Wei
11w
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Salmon Golden [$14.80] Apart from the signatures - Truffle Shio and Porcini Shoyu, Men House Yamamoto has a range of salmon based bowls - Salmon Golden, Salmon Red and a soon to come Salmon Snow. All of them are at the same price of $14.80. This salmon ginger broth somehow tasted really familiar but we weren’t able to exactly pinpoint. It came with a small slice of salmon on top of the usual cha shu. While the salmon was a little dry, its flavour was pretty distinct in the broth. That said, we preferred the Porcini Shoyu much more for its depth of well-balanced flavours. Men House Yamamoto’s new to Raffles City Shopping Centre and it seems like they are gradually rolling out their full menu. They even have a vegetarian Avocado Ramen ($14.80) that will be available soon! 📍Men House Yamamoto Raffles City Shopping Centre B1-44C
Wei Zhi
23h
Porcini Shoyu [$14.80] A new ramen spot by the same people from Konjiki Hototogisu! The two signature bowls are the Truffle Shio ($14.80) and this Porcini Shoyu. We got the latter that came with oyster paste, sauté porcini and button mushrooms, lemon and a slice of cha shu in a shoyu broth. Cha shu was a little tough and dry, but we liked how the rest of the bowl came together. Tip from the waiter is to try the original broth before the mushrooms then with the oyster paste - this allows you to get a good taste of the distinct flavours before mixing everything in. Noodles had a good bite, though I would appreciate a bigger portion of mushrooms. Not sure of their official operating hours yet, though dinner was available from 5.30pm while we were there last weekend during the first few days of their opening. 📍Men House Yamamoto Raffles City Shopping Centre B1-44C
Wei Zhi
2w
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Yuzu Ramen Unique broth, but I still prefer tonkotsu ramen. Also the chasu wasn't very good and was a miserable amount.
Katherine
3d
Refreshing Yuzu Dipping Ramen Afuri's specialty is yuzu ramen - they have all sorts, but I chose the Yuzu Tsukemen ($15.90++), the dipping ramen, which a friend had highly raved about earlier. Obviously, because this is dipping ramen, don't expect it to be piping hot like a soupy ramen is. Please hor. Pick up some noodles with your chopsticks, dunk it in the sauce, & slurp. As I slurped on my noodles, I felt pleased with my good judgement. The citrus flavour from the yuzu adds a refreshing twist to the savoury sauce. It doesn't look like it in this photo, but the dipping sauce is plentiful. You won't run out, nor will you want to finish it all because this isn't a soup & it is too salty on its own to drink. Being a non-fan of Japan (haven't been there in >15 years), I can't say for sure how authentic this is. But I can tell you I definitely enjoyed it. The pork chunks had little layers of fat on it, but I still felt the meat was a bit too dry for my liking. Thankfully, it wasn't overly tough to chew, so I finished it all. The other ingredients - half a boiled egg (with a nicely runny yolk in the middle!) & bamboo shoots, were in good proportion with respect to the ramen noodles. 💳 Accepts credit cards 🌬 Air-conditioned seats only 📱 Accepts FavePay 🍽️ Earn points with your J Passport membership 📶 Free WiFi (Funan is a CapitaLand Mall) 💦 Water is not chargeable
Emily
2w
Yuzu Shio Ramen ($15.9) The craziness for queueing here is dieing off so finally I made the visit. 2pm lunch provided no queue and fast food service time. The soup is light and refreshing. The additional of yuzu peel brings it up to the next level. The slice of Char Siew is a bit on the dry side but is to my liking. I'll definitely come back to try Yuzu Tsukemen and gyoza.
Regina
3w
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Japanese Dashi Noodle Basic [$15.90] Enishi has a simple menu of two items and between both, I liked the dashi noodles more. We went with the basic bowl that came with a piece of smoky chashu, two slices of smoked duck, Japanese fish cake and a generous helping of diced onions. However, while their wide and thick buckwheat noodles worked well in the Dan-Dan Noodle bowl, I’d prefer a thinner rendition here that would carry the flavours of the broth better. That aside, the clear broth was definitely the star of the bowl - it was light yet very flavourful without being over salty, and had a refreshing touch of yuzu!
Wei Zhi
4w
Dan Dan Men ($17.9++) Dan dan men, the most expensive item here, came loaded with ingredients: 2 kinds of pork, puckled radish, onions, ajitama, fried shallots, and some greens. One of the pork chunks were a tad too sweet for my liking, but when mixed they all came out fragrant and tasty. The peanut taste was super duper strong, and that's why the dashi broth came in handy to dilute it slowly as you are getting full (or jelat). I chose medium spicy and level 3 for the mala spices, but found it quite subtle. Could have chosen very spicy with more mala spices if you want more kicks. Not a cheap bowl of noodle for sure, but I love how bold the flavour is.
Irene
8w
Japanese Ramen with Dashi Hole-in-a-wall ramen shop nestled in the second level of International Plaza, Enishi successfully brought me back to my vacay days in Japan with only 9 seats and an open kitchen concept. Enishi currently only serves 2 dishes- dan dan men and ramen with dashi broth. I personally enjoy the chewy buckwheat noodle used here although most people may find the flat shape unusual. The dashi broth is my favourite of the two. Flavour was strong yet comforting. The aburi pork belly is worth a shout-out too! Overall, it was a comforting bowl that easily pleases your tastebuds.
Irene
8w
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Lackluster & Disappointing Autumn Ramen Lauded as a Michelin awarded ramen at the newly opened Jewel Changi, expectations were high. Ambience was great as it was by the man-made waterfall. Well, that all it - the good of the place. Extremely salty without depth in flavor, we do not understand which part of the salty we failed to appreciate. The service staff informed us that we could add plain broth to dilute the saltiness. Noodles and the ingredients were pretty run in the mil and nothing noteworthy. Portion wise was average. Price: $15.90 👎🏻👎🏻
Rule
16w
Autumn Bowl [$15.90++] The ramen bowls here feature ingredients of different seasons. The autumn bowl consists of 6 types of mushrooms, and you can really taste the earthy tones of the broth! Also, when they first serve this bowl to you, there are 3 different broths concentrated at parts of the bowl - garlic butter, truffle mushroom and tonkotsu. You are recommended to take a sip of each of the three, before mixing them up. Noodles wise they're slightly thinner. Overall a good bowl of ramen with intense flavours!
Rachel
16w
| 🍜 Peppery Tonkotsu Ramen 。... ~ · Tonkotsu Smoked Pepper Ramen - $13.90 · This peppery ramen has minced meat hidden within. Soup full of flavours and punch. Comes with a tasty char siew and flavoured egg! Definitely one of a kind from the array of ramen available in the market, go try it · Shiki Hototogisu Ramen Jewel Changi Airport @konjikihototogisu @jewelchangiairport @changiairport
Jaden
20w
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Tonkotsu Mentaiko Special Simply put, Hakata Ikkousha Ramen wowed me again with their Tonkotsu Mentaiko Special (S$18.00), which came with creamy pork broth with Mentaiko flavour and a hint of spiciness. I found that with a regular broth, every sip of the soup carried this seafood umami that probably came from the Mentaiko, so I was actually pleased with the flavours of the broth. Not only that, getting “Hard” noodles was actually quite a good choice that I had made, because the noodles somehow tasted firm but did not soak in too much of the chilli oil. Thank goodness for the pitcher of iced water on the table, I was assured that I could drink up after the meal, especially when the broth was on the salty side. However, it should be salty enough to bring out the feel in authentic Japanese Ramen.
Siming
11w
Bonito Ramen Bonito Ramen (Chicken × Bonito × Pork Soup) without special topping ($13.50) is interesting concept of chicken × pork inside ramen. It's filled with pork cha-shu, bamboo shoots, seaweed and spring onion. I'm never getting tired of ordering ramen at here. I always like to do custom order for ramen. Because its quite best standard for ramen and goyza for many years to come.
JQ
13w
$12.90 standard tonkotsu ramen free eggs! apart from the free flow hard boiled eggs that was certainly a plus point, the tonkotsu ramen broth was rich and flavourful and the noodles were close to perfection. the amount of chashu was a little disappointing but it was nonetheless a value-for-money bowl of ramen☺️
kai
17w
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