Takagi Ramen ([email protected])

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Ramen for the Average Singaporean. We aim to bring authentic and affordable Japanese Ramen to Singapore food courts and coffeeshops.

51 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3
#01-01C [email protected]
Singapore 569922

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11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

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From the Burpple community

📌 bUBz got the blAck tonKOtsu ramEn & I got the buTashoGa ramEn.

🤙🏻They’re sUper genErous w thEir poRtionS esP the pulleD pOrk!! V comfoRting bOwl of raMen & the quAlity is rLy grEat for iTs pRice (around 8.90~9.90) unlike oThEr overPricEd ramEn w diluTed brOths!!

Do be prepared to queue tho!! The queue gets rather crazy during peak hours and we actually queued for 45mins+

One of the greatest envies I possess would be that of having access to cheap and authentic ramen options to decompress, akin to the humble diners and izakayas settled along a Yokocho. In Singapore, ramen has been established as a dish that is served in specialty restaurants, so it was with an open mind and a vested interest that I decided to try out the self-proclaimed “Ramen for the Average Singaporean”.
Just a mere stone’s throw away from Ang Mo Kio MRT, situated along an inconspicuous corner, the incarnadine facade whelms your vision, tunnelling you into a bar seat or a booth while your mind fixates on the idea of yet another bowl of ramen.
1️⃣ Takagi Ramen ($6.90) - the namesake bowl features Hakata-style ramen served in a well-rounded tonkotsu broth, as well as subtle additions of shio, kombu and bonito
2️⃣ Black Tonkotsu ($7.90) - namely the most popular ramen sold here, the slow-roasted black garlic tonkotsu broth is sure to awaken one’s senses, as well as knock out any date foolish enough to enter your personal space
3️⃣ Butashoga Ramen ($7.90) - one of the more unique ramens, featuring hand-pulled pork sautéed with sweet soy sauce and fragrant ginger, sweet and umami with a supporting herbal quality
Definitely the best ramen available at its price point in Singapore. Also, who wouldn’t want a free additional serving of noodles?

With the add on ($1.00) for the egg. Total is $8.90 nett.

Pretty dissapointed after reading good rave on this small little outlet.
After taste of The soup is kinda slight bitter. The noodle is a turn off. Is definitely not springy and It actually taste of 'gian' which yellow noodles hav!!

Place is small and ramen is not that fantastic. Hmmmmmm... Not going back.

Was thoroughly disappointed with the ramen after reading pretty good reviews. Ordered their signature black garlic tonkutsu and it came lukewarm! Soup wasn't too bad but it had this bitter after taste.

Karata-men $7.50
Add egg $1.00
Top up for 3pc gyoza + hot mugi tea $3.50
Jjajangmen $5.50
Sparkling melon $1.00
(No GST and service charge)

WAITING TIME: Slightly more than 5 minutes

- Can opt for free extra noodles
- Noodles were really, really incredibly thin. Unlike any ramen we have eaten before. Unlike what we first had at their first ever stall in a Ang Mo Kio coffeeshop. It's more like wanton mee than Japanese ramen.
- Soup in the karata-men is nice
- Will not order jjajangmen again. Too bland. Lacking a strong sauce.
- Tea is not refillable

Just about $20 for these.

Comes with two pieces of cha shu with a thick flavourful broth.

Do not expect $20 ramen quality when you pay less than half the price. It's good for its price and enough as a comfort meal.