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23 Serangoon Central
#B2-58 nex
Singapore 556083

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Thursday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

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$10.90 for a bowl of Spicy Tonkotsu w/ Tamago. The egg texture and the softness of the Cha Shu just melts in your mouth. SO Ramen is alSO very genrous with the amount of meat.

What is jealousy? Some might simply say that it is an emotion. Others might think it is an uncontrollable philosophy. When one perceives a feeling or a thought that appears to threaten the very fabric of their reality, often times jealousy would come to precede agitation. And that ladies and gentlemen, is how I feel towards my second favourite ramen restaurant only being available in the East and North while my waking desire for a warm bowl of ramen brews with envy for days on end. Sō Ramen prides itself on its affordable bowls of hot piping ramen served with simplicity in mind. Walking in to the restaurant alone presents you with an air of refinement and aptitude while still maintaining a depth of homeliness. From watching the chefs tirelessly cooking up a pot of broth that will then go on to serve hundreds of customers a day, one could truly experience their ramen first-hand from the very beginning. Their Grand Tonkotsu Ramen ($13.90++) is truly a remarkable bowl of ramen, hailing from a pristine silver place in my heart. The tonkotsu broth fused beautifully with their aromatic black garlic sauce, achieving a refined and effervescent soup that is both flavourful and light all at once. What’s even more incredible has to be the generous trifecta of luscious melt in your mouth various pork cuts. The holy trinity features a sublime Toroniku (braised pork cheek), Cha Shu (braised pork belly in cha shu) and my personal favourite, a thick and hearty slab of Buta Kakuni (braised pork belly in special sauce). Don’t even think about leaving the establishment without trying their Mustard Chicken ($3.80), a serving of golden-brown fried chicken drizzled with a playfully tangy vinaigrette and mustard seeds for a mild acidity that helps to cut through any greasy goodness from the chicken.

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I believe this is the concept behind the creation of this master piece. There's not 1, not 2 but 3 kinds of truffle in this! There's the puree, oil and slice~ ⚫🍄
The truffle aroma was so strong I could smell it when they serve this. The earthy, fragrant tones of truffle permeate through the rich porky broth. Most of us know and love tonkotsu ramen, and you wont be able to resist the addition of TRUFFLE! Topped with Cha Shu, crunchy cabbage, half a braised egg, and garnished with chilli threads and sliced truffles! The truffle ramen set comes with a Super Yuzu drink which was delicious as well! This promo ends on 30th April!

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So good!!!! Every element of this dish was so good and the highlight would definitely have to be the pork cheek. It was the softest piece of pork I have ever had that really just melted in my mouth and the favour was so good!!! Really enjoyed the soup and the egg as well that we ordered some extra eggs to go around. We ordered some Cha Shu and Gyozas on the side as well but personally I felt that the main dish was so good that the sides didn’t impress me as much (they were really not bad though!!). Price wise - pretty decent and normal for ramen. The main dish itself was $13.90 before GST and service charge.

so ramen is easily my go-to ramen place! 😻⚡️

the grand ramen came with chashu, toroniku (pork cheek) and a huge slab of pork belly. all three cuts were outstanding; the freshly torched chashu was flavorful, the pork cheek tender and the pork belly fatty and sweet. while the meat took centre stage, the other components were very well executed too — the thin, springy noodles had soaked up the flavor of the broth and the half-boiled ni-tamago was cooked just right. 🍳

the creamy tonkotsu broth was exceptional. the broth had a distinct, full-bodied flavor from the pork bone and was not too salty. rarely do i finish up all the broth in my ramen but i do every time i get so ramen’s tonkotsu broth 😛

overall, an exception bowl of ramen with robust flavors. 🌈 the grand ramen comes at a price tag of $13.90 but for the quality, it’s definitely worth it! (and considering that most ramen joints start at $13+ for basic bowls). visited so ramen during their 1 for 1 promotion & it came to be only $7.90 🤩

$13.90++ | 10/10 🌟

It’s around $20, so more than double the price of their regular ramens but the broth is sweet with the flavour of ramen and pairs well with the thick springy noodles! Pretty value for money as it comes with half a lobster and the ramen egg was cooked really well too! Would recommend! It’s not as robust as the one at Keisuke Lobster Ramen but it’s more accessible! #burpple #burpplesg

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