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252 North Bridge Road
#B1-13 Raffles City
Singapore 179103

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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11:00am - 10:00pm

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A hearty and spicy bowl of ramen! Worth it with Burpple 1 for 1! $18.90 for 2 bowls of ramen and 2 iced green tea!

Choices were limited for the beyond deal. We tried their 2 signature ramens with green tea. Our bill came up to $30. It was satisfying if you have ramen craving.

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For those coming to the store for one for one promo, please take note it’s only limited to 4 choices of ramen. However, I must say the ramen broth is simply delicious. Worth it!

Only tried it because of burpple one-for-one and was craving for ramen. It was the only one near me.

Didn’t disappoint! Soup was pretty robust, but slightly too thick for my liking! Would have liked it more if it was more watered down. But it was still a pretty good soup overall, just that I was a tad little thirsty after the meal!

The chashu was tender and decently well-marinated. Also, appreciated that there were bamboo shoots and corns - they really added a crunch to the ramen.

Ramen was well-done, had a bite to it just the way I like it. Overall would recommend if you’re around the area to satisfy that ramen itch.

Small little joint at raffles city serves us amazing quality tendon! Comes with prawns, long beans, mushroom, seaweed, pumpkin, bacon, all the goodness in one bowl!

I couldn’t recognise the items from the picture in the menu and to my horror - there were cheesy bacon and some other cheese thing that threw me off. The egg is more of a ramen egg (hard egg whites with molten yolk) instead of true onsen eggs. This tendon while tasty, is not something I’d eagerly return for.