32 Tras Street
Singapore 078972

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11:30am - 12:00am

11:30am - 12:00am

11:30am - 12:00am

11:30am - 12:00am

11:30am - 12:00am

09:00am - 12:00am

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Rich & Creamy. A mouthful of bliss that remains in my mouth long after swallowing. Uni laid on a bed of Nori Tempura, topped with Truffle Kombu and Shiso Flower.


This is just so good. I’m lost for words. No surprise that it won Chope Diners’ Choice 2020 — New Restaurant of The Year award.

The ramen texture was soft yet firm to the bite, just amazing.

I was looking forward to explore the taste with Vinegar & Chilli Oil. However, the original taste was so good, I forgot about the sauces until the very last mouth. Little regret right there, which leads me to make my next reservation.

Can’t wait for my next visit!

Truffle & Wagyu Dry Ramen $20

I’ve always been a fan of Tsukemen (dipping ramen) as opposed to regular ramen, so this was a pleasant discovery! I went for their “Singapore Best” Tsukemen; the noodles were thick and springy, the slice of pork was generous and meaty (albeit tough). The broth was salty and so rich in flavor, just how it’s supposed to be! I just wish they offered some dashi stock to dilute the broth after the noodles were done, it would have made a tasty soup. Overall, it was a good experience and I would definitely go back to try their dry ramen and other versions of Tsukemen.

This is the Cold Stupid Ramen, which is such a decadence! Dry ramen topped with uni, ikura, amaebi, lobster, king crab and truffle. As we didn't mix it up, it creates complexity with every bite. The side dishes are fantastic too.

Fyi this bowl is enough for 2-3 person to share

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Pappadum, mentai mayo and ikura. Didnt sound like these ingredients would go together, but it did! Only gripe was the pappadum arrived a bit soggy. No crisp.

Broth was heavy and salty, which actually reminded me of Tsukemen I ate in Japan! Authentic, but I wouldn’t be able finish this alone due to how salty it was. And there was no part of this ramen that screamed “Singapore” at all tbh.