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Super Salmon Don Have been eating quite abit of salmon bowls recently and Super Salmon Don ($9.80) from Sen Sushi at Plaza Singapura is one of the most affordable ones, thanks to the ongoing salmon promotion till 31 Aug鉁岎煆籝ou can鈥檛 go wrong with the infallible pairing of salmon sashimi with sushi rice!
Gladys
2y
Good value salmon don. There is a salmon madness ongoing with plenty of salmoon don choices going for around 10 as well 3 pieces of salmon sashimi going at 2.70. Pretty good value. The bowl isnt very big but its still decent.
Nicholas
2y
Affordable Lunch Set Tried the super salmon don, consisting of avocado salmon, salmon cubes and salmon slices. Got the set, which comes with a side and a drink. I choose the fried chicken for side, whereas my companion chose gyoza. For drinks, we chose cold green tea. If you are willing to spend a little more, can top a few dollars for more salmon, or for juices and soft drinks. They were quite generous with the avocado salmon and salmon cubes, but there were only 2 salmon slices. So was a little disappointed by the quantity. But overall still filling and I couldn鈥檛 finish the rice. Would be better if there鈥檚 miso soup to pair it off! The gyoza and fried chicken was really juicy and tasty as well! I personally felt that the chicken outshone the don itself haha. The staff were friendly as well, refilling our drinks whenever they saw it ran out. Overall, a pretty decent meal! We paid around $33 for 2 pax and for a full meal with drinks. Would like to try their ramen next time! 馃構
flyto
2y
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God Fire, $15.52 from 饾悎饾悿饾悿饾惃饾惍饾惉饾悺饾悮 饾悋饾悮饾悿饾悮饾惌饾悮 饾悜饾悮饾惁饾悶饾惂 It was raining cats & dogs this morning and we decided to have something warm and soupy for lunch, so we googled around & 馃挰 came across one of our fav ramen brand, where you can place your order online, complete your payment and drop by their restaurant for free pick-up. Yayyy! 馃帀馃帀鉅 鉅 Level 2 God Fire is definitely fiery馃敟, not for the faint hearted! If you enjoy spicy like we do, the spicy kick on the broth is so shiok, it has a balance of spiciness and the natural flavour of original pork broth! Perfect for all, you can customise your noodle texture, spicy level and saltiness based on your preferences. It was definitely one of the best food we ever had during this CB period and it brighten up our mood and satisfy our tummy! *tummy rubs* 鉅 鉅 鉅 鈻笍Online Takeaway order鉅 馃寧 Link to order: 鉅 ikkousha-hakata-ramen-singapore.myshopify.com鉅 馃弽 For Delivery, they deliver 3km from Ikkousha Tanjong Pager outlet鉅 馃搷 饾悎饾悿饾悿饾惃饾惍饾惉饾悺饾悮 饾悋饾悮饾悿饾悮饾惌饾悮 饾悜饾悮饾惁饾悶饾惂 is located at Blk 7, Tanjong Pager Plaza, unit 01-104B, Singapore 081007
HungryUnicorn
5d
Tonkotsu Ramen ($12.50) The one I frequent opposite this was packed with queues so we decided to give this a chance. It also had free flow eggs, equally tasty ramen and hearty broth! In fact the broth here is less oily!
TW
26w
Shio Tonkatsu Ramen So shiokkkk 馃槢 love how the broth isn鈥檛 too thick so you won鈥檛 get jelat too fast!! The noodles were thin and cooked perfectly and they held on to the broth really well. The flavoured egg was sO yummy. Would com back again!! Tried a bit of the black ramen and it was pretty nice too!! Their fried rice is worth a try as well
Leia
33w
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Now This Dry Style Ramen Can Be Delivered to Your Home Thanks to @dphuacs (with the link-up from @engtingting), I received a delivery from @kajikensquare2 for my family lunch. It鈥檚 probably been more than a year since I had Mazesoba, so I was looking forward to having the dry-style ramen again. What鈥檚 the most important step to enjoying this dish is a very thorough toss. And I mean VERY THOROUGH. You should aim to spend at least 30 seconds mixing everything up (if you ordered yours with toppings, do move them to a plate first). Investing this half a minute of your day ensures the strands of ramen are evenly coated in the onsen egg, minced meat sauce, spring onion and strips of crisp seaweed. Otherwise, you will find it clumpy and dry in parts. Pro Tip: You can request for the sauce to be packed separately if you want to pour it in just before mixing which I think is actually the best thing to do. And if you like more heat and acidity in your Mazesoba, don鈥檛 be afraid to ask for extra chilli oil and vinegar. David also sent me something that I had never tried before - the Mazesoba with Cod Roe and Mayonnaise ($15.80). I found myself also enjoying this ramen for its lusciously creamy and very savoury-umami sauce. As for ramen texture, @kajikensquare2 cooks theirs al dente for a pleasing QQ chew. You can tap on the link in their bio to order their curbside delivery. By the way, delivery for the FIRST 10 ORDERS EVERYDAY that hits $30 and above is FREE, regardless of distance. But if you live within 10km of their restaurant situated in Novena Square 2 and your order meets the minimum bill amount, you don鈥檛 have to pay for delivery.
Veronica
1w
Classic ($12.80) Best part of having this at Novena is that it is on burpple beyond!! So you pay about $6 for a bowl 馃構 rmb to mix for 20 seconds to get the best flavours!
TW
21w
Mazesoba charsiew $13.80 A classic Mazesoba for those who are not into the minced pork. It comes with bamboo shoot, spring onion and seaweed too. 7% GST & 10% service charge applied. Gotta try this place if you are in Novena area
Kugel
22w
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Tonkotsu Ramen 20% off takeaway for ramen! Aburi chashu here is really soft and flavourful, thick pork broth goes really well with their noodles and i also added a mini pork don to complete the set which taste so good. I like how they pack the soup and ingredients separately so the food quality will be preserved until i reached home.
SohHungry
1w
Niigata Shoyu Ramen [$15++] My favourite kind of men is definitely raMEN. I like the cosy environment of this restaurant and how it kinda feels like I'm in Japan. This bowl of hot ramen is perfect for rainy weather and I loveeee ramen egg. The flavoured soft boiled egg melts in your mouth 馃槏 And it would be better if they can slightly more since it's in a pretty small bowl right now haha. Nevertheless good ramen and I don't mind coming back for more!
Elyssa
2w
Miso Ramen + Rice Set - Get The Tonkotsu Instead (Part 2 of 2) Nikumori Rich Miso Ramen with Special Full Topping ($19.80++) While the noodles and the egg were the same, the broth tasted much more umami and of course, less 'meaty'. This broth was simmered for 8h before being mixed with their original blend of miso. And though it was great, as a fan of tonkotsu, it really paled in comparison to the previous bowl. Furthermore, while the stir-fried pork belly slices were thick, they were considerably tougher than the aburi char shu and I would gladly swap the pork belly slices for the char shu any day. Oh, plus points for the copious amounts of onions provided though. Taste: 8/10 Rice Set Tarako Onigirazu ($4++) Topping up an additional $4++ for their rice set, I had their Tarako (Salted Pollock Roe) Onigirazu (Onigiri's rectangular cousin). Simply put it, it tasted like a less satisfying version of mentaiko mixed with a hefty portion of rice which should not be surprising I guess as the roe is not marinated in a mixture of salt and chili peppers. While I'm unlikely to have it again, at least not this flavour, I'll highly recommend dunking it into the broth. Though it'll fall apart instantly, it's akin to dipping bread in soup i.e. They are *meant* for each other. Needless to say, this meal is perhaps the closest semblance (thus far) to food found in Japan. And if not for the price point, I'll gladly come back to sample everything they have to offer. Overall (Taste + Ambience + Price): 8/10 More pictures at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B8Q9UhrHx1w/?igshid=j3jazvzudc2t
Sean
15w
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Shio Ramen This is probably my first time getting out from Woodlands since the circuit breaker started. I was here at Bukit Panjang Plaza to get something and decided to tabao my food from this ramen restaurant. I have to agree that ramen must eat while it is still hot. But with the current situation definitely we have no choice. All their ramen comes with a complimentary egg.
Khaw
1w
Lunch Deal ($12.90++) Karamiso (Spicy miso) Ramen When my bowl arrived, I was really excited as the dish, together with the rest of the restaurant looked very authentic. It even came with the special ramen soup spoon like my previous experience in Ramen Nagi Singapore. Unfortunately, the broth was was not the richest, though relative to the next restaurant I tried was much more flavourful and creamy. The noodles were firm and al dente but would have preferred it to be more springy. I would have preferred my ramen gg (Ajitsuke Tamago) just a tad bit more creamy. Flavourwise, both restaurants I tried failed to deliver as there was hardly any taste in the egg. The sliced char shu here was very lean, but slightly tough. While it was definitely more flavourful than the egg with a hint of sweetness, its flavour was somehow masked by the broth it was in. Also, I felt that more slices could have been given though the single slice (and a half) I had was thicker than usual. My favourite element here would have to be the reddish ball of spicy miso minced meat right at the centre of the bowl. After thoroughly mixing it into the broth though, the spice and meat was diluted to the point that the dish was no longer spicy and lacking in much flavour. Overall, I've tried much better ramen than this and I doubt 'll be coming back for this. Taste: 5.5/10 Cha Shu Salad Their salad came with sliced cabbage, 1 slice of cucumber, bits of corn and of course sliced char shu resting on top 1 cabbage leaf before being topped off with a generous drizzle of goma/roasted sesame dressing. It's kind of like an elevated version of the unlimited helpings of salad offered at a Tonkatsu restaurant. Simple but satisfying, especially if you are a fan of the goma dressing. Taste: 7/10 More pictures at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B4y61glnIqm/?igshid=1ij4jzxbf1k84
Sean
27w
A satisfying bowl of ramen, done sukiyaki style I kept craving this sukiyaki ramen ($15++) after the first time I tried it. No, it's not the best ramen I've had but there's just something about it that makes me want to to back and eat it again. Which I'm planning to do again soon, given that it's a limited time offering. What's sukiyaki ramen? It's simply sliced pork (instead of the usual chashu) with an raw egg that you mix in - kind of like how you would eat sukiyaki. The pork is pretty tender, and I love the little slices of slightly caramelised onion in my ramen - eaten together, it kind of reminds me of the pork and ginger dish the Japanese do so well. I can't get enough of the rich and flavourful tonkotsu soup either - it's full of umami goodness without being too 'porky'. Coupled with thin ramen noodles that are smooth yet firm, this really makes for a satisfying bowl of ramen. While this ramen isn't a candidate for my top 5 ramen, it's probably in the top 10 list and pretty good for what I can get near work! I'm already plotting to see when I can get my next dose of sukiyaki ramen.
EL
4y
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For the non-purists You can find this small fusion ramen joints behind the reception desk of Hotel Soloha near Potato Head Folks over at Outram. They accept customers mostly through reservation. We visited during weekday dinner time, and probably as a testimony to how somewhat-popular this place is, we were repeatedly asked about our reservations and to leave once we finish the food, probably since we did not have any reservations. We were about to leave anyway so we didn't mind that so much but probably others shall bear this in mind. The menu is limited yet interesting. Truffle ramen, even though I like how they presented it, is kinda saturated here in town but they have the mala one which is their recommended item and a honey parma ham ramen as well. The truffle was not so strong as compared to some other ramen joints serving the item, though, so for the price I think the ambience and the hype play more role in their popularity. . In frame: 鈥 Sliced wagyu ramen with Truffle Iberico tonkotsu [$23.9]
chels
14w
Truffle Wagyu Beef Ramen Located within the Hotel Soloha, a gorgeous boutique hotel along Teck Lim street. In case you are wondering where that is, its real close to the 浜炰笢building, but towards the left side. Takeshi Noodle Bar can be easily spotted with its magenta neon lights. Fusion ramen that adds truffle oil to high quality japanese ingredients: wagyu beef strips and thick wavy ramen. Interesting and delicious. Highly recommended.
Gwen
22w
Unique Ramen Hop over to @takeshi.noodle if you are looking for unique ramen offerings! Love the balance between the mala flavour and drinkability of the broth. Happy meal!
Lickscreenfortaste
23w
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Marutama Ramen What made them special was their ultimate thick chicken baitan soup which is very creamy and tasty. Remember to add some garlic into the broth and enrich the taste. $15++
Khaw
14w
Zenbu Nose Ramen - Original (The Full Marutama Experience), S$19++ My favourite ramen! I love it because unlike most ramen shops, they use chicken broth and use pork as topping, which I feel is a very well balanced combo cos then the taste doesn't get too "porky", oily and overwhelming. The highlight (in my humble opinion lol) is the fresh seaweed they use as topping, instead of the usual dried crunchy seaweed most ramen shops use. The seaweed is super tasty and the texture is so delicate, and it goes really well with the noodles. I find the usual kind of dried seaweed hard to tear up, and honestly it doesn't add to the overall taste at all. The noodles here are nice, thin and springy. The egg is pretty good, but honestly every ramen shop does it well also... The ramen comes with 2 types of pork - the usual chashu and stewed pork belly. The pork is ok, quite special cos there are 2 types, but honestly not the star of the dish. Come here for the soup, the seaweed and the negi (spring onion) combo. Also quick note on the menu - there are only 4 (?) types of ramen choices available, and a very small selection of dishes - which is a good indication to me cos it suggests that they really focus on perfecting the few dishes they serve.
HF
49w
Marutama Experience ($19) I haven鈥檛 been here for a few years, the menu seems different. A little disappointed that the marutama ramen I used to know seem to have ceased to exist, although it still has yummilicious shoyu half-boiled eggs and that fatty braised pork cube still melts in your mouth perfectly. I just can鈥檛 find what鈥檚 the difference but overall didn鈥檛 give me that 鈥渙omph鈥 I used to experience here.
ZC
1y
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