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50 Jurong Gateway Road
#03-09 Jem
Singapore 608549

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Interesting experience at Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen at JEM. Soup is poured into the stone bowls and the funnel is placed on top for the smoke to exhaust. It’s more of a gimmick, but the ramen also tasted not too bad. Free side dish during lunchtime. Portions are really huge so don’t go for the large bowl unless you are starving...

The day was freezing. Your desk right in the line of fire of the AC which was once your pride and joy now turned into your worst enemy. You really want something to warm your tummy. RAMEN. I tried the shoyu ramen which comes with a really slow-cooked delectable piece of charsiew. The egg that comes with the ramen could be better though. But with free flow eggs, the value more than makes up for it.

(We spent around $35 for 2 people.)

Lunch set $15 comes with green tea and rice. There's cabbage, carrots, green peppers, noodles and roast pork in the stone pot. Overall, it is pretty good. I requested for warm water to dilute the soup.

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Delicious soup base with chewy ramen. The one w chilli paste taste more shiok and its not too spicy

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Price: $17.80

Great for rainy days and craving for comfort food. Soup and noodle was good, chashu on the fatty side and might be quite heavy for some stomach.

If you want a noodles that fits nicely, just get the Shio Ramen which cost at $12.80.

4/5 for me

The BEST ramen I've ever had in Japan (aside from Ichiran) was this nondescript place which I didn't even get its name. Sister and I were hungry in between lunch and dinner and we popped by a ramen place along the street, down at a basement where they sold kazan ramen. My my, the ramen got tastier and the soup got thicker and yummier as it continued to bubble and boil. I will never forget that shared stonebowl of ramen.

Back to Singapore, I've always wanted to try due to my experience in Japan. I admit I wasn't expecting the flat and straight type of noodles and thought it would be the thick, wavy type. The ramen served looked like ee mian, so I thought I would be disappointed. BUT, lo and behold, the dish was great! Very tasty, full of vegetables and the soup was awesome. The theatrics of the sizzle of the soup when poured into the bowl was a sight to watch.

To top it off, when you're done with your ramen, they would give you a bowl of rice to dump into the soup. I can't emphasize just how satisfying this felt and how fulfilling the meal was.

$15.00 for the small bowl and 4.2/5

#ramen #tonkotsu #claypot