32 Tras Street
Singapore 078972

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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Famous for their ramen and their bbq meats, I had to try. I had their Tonkutsu Ramen with Special Toppings ($18) and it was quite an indulgence. The soup, being one of the most important part of the dish, was thick, very flavourful and creamy. This might be abit too salty for some. The noodles were also al dente and soaked up the soup well. One of the star of the dish is definitely its char siew, as it was very well charred. You can taste the smokiness well in the meat! I saw many people ordering the bbq meats, will do so next time 😍

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Ambience was nice - 7/10.
Food was not the best - expected better, but if you’re just ordering the normal ramens (~$20), I think it’s not too steep and worth a try. Overall - 6.5/10.
Price ranges from average $20 to $100++ for the mains - mostly differentiated by the quality of ingredients i suppose.
“Stupid cold ramen” ($68) - Came with uni, which was soft and creamy. Typical cold ramen. Flavours were decent. Supposedly their most popular dish there. Worth the try, but not particularly amazing.
“Miyazaki A5 Ichibo & Unagi Donabe” ($60+$2 for onset egg) - was quite good; great for sharing. A lot of rice but not much meat though. $60 might be a far stretch for the dish.
“Wagyu Corn” ($18) - just one corn sliced into 4 portions. This was another popular dish there. Corn was sweet and flavourful. For $18, it’s not anything fantastic, but if you like corn, i think it’s great!
“Tsukemen - Dipping ramen” ($14) - Great and worth the try! Soft and tender charcoal pork. Noodles were chewy and bouncy. This was great for the price!

Skewers ($10 for a stick, min. 2 of each)
We got 2xSambal Pork Skewers and 2x Boneless short ribs for sharing. The Sambal Pork was the better between the two we tried. Soft and tasty. Good for sharing! The boneless short ribs were too salty and fatty (not the good kind). For $10, I’d say steep and not worth.

Don’t bother getting the Aburi Ehire (Jap Stingray fin - $12) Taste just like dried cuttlefish you’d get at the market for a fraction of the price. It was recommended to us so we thought we’d give it a try… Not great.

Service looked quite short handed. Took a while to get our orders in. Plates were also left piling at our table.

Overall wouldn’t come again. The price is extremely not worth it. I think there are way better ramen stalls out there. Flavours were not exactly “wow!”.

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My initial thought when I popped one into my mouth was that it could have been more crisp. But subsequent pieces made me realise that the usually-undesirable texture allowed me to fully appreciate the crunchy pops of tobiko & ikura! ✨

I know Torasho is a ramen bar BUT the 𝐖𝐀𝐆𝐘𝐔-𝐓𝐎𝐑𝐎 & 𝐔𝐍𝐈 𝐃𝐎𝐍𝐀𝐁𝐄 ($𝟓𝟖) tasted as divine as it looked🌸🌸 A5 Miyazaki Wagyu & Uni on a bed of fragrant glutinous rice, this was the highlight for me 😩

heard lots of good stuff about the SG Best Tsukemen but it was a little too salty and greasy for me :/

☁️ see full review on ig @nibsandgobs