1 Woodlands Square
#02-09C Causeway Point
Singapore 738099

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Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

πŸ₯’ Drizzled with house special spicy Black Oil, sous vide Cha Shu, Black Fungus, White Leeks and Spring Onions

🧾 SGD$13.90

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πŸ’¬ Oh man I usually do not factor in the customer service into my ramen experience but this particular store was horrible. The staff were rude and simply gave off vibes that they did not want to be there. They were busy chatting out loud while we were eating and the dining experience was just terrible. Okay sorry let us get back to the ramen: The peppery black garlic oil on top was not spicy or garlicky and did not really do anything to elevate the broth. The tonkotsu soup was not hot, felt kinda just lukewarm which was very off-putting. I had doubts if the broth was even brought to a boil before serving. And the cha shu although sous vide-d was not any more succulent or tender than other regular cha shu. The only saving grace were the ramen noodles having a nice and firm texture, cooked al dente. Overall, a rather underwhelming bowl for a Michelin star brand; both taste and service.

When you order the set meal you get to choose a side dish with drink.

I gotten their mini rice bowl with cha shu. Since it is mini so it comes with only a few slices on top of the rice.

Finally get to see them opening one new outlet here in the North!

The Charcoal Spare Rib Ramen comes with a long spare rib on top of their signature ramen. Sadly I was expecting more meat from the rib but it wasn’t much there, basically a bone with a few part of meat on top of it.

This bowl of ramen came with wholegrain ramen noodles, thin slices of cha shu that came with bits of fats which made it a lot yummier, and lots of other crunch bits like tomato and radish cubes. I’d like to think that the charcoal flavour added more flavour to the tonkotsu soup. The use of wholegrain noodles is quite smart because that means that the noodles won’t turn soggy despite being in the soup for some time.

Tonkotsu Hototogisu offers Michelin-chef Mr Yamamoto’s ramen creations to satisfy your ramen needs, which you can enjoy in the comfortable and nice ambience the restaurant has to offer.
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.Their signature dish,Tonkotsu orginal ramen comes with a roasted pork slice. It adds a punch of flavour into the broth
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