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

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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Located at Tras St, this spot needs no introduction! Helmed by Chef Sho Naganuma, the restaurant serves Japanese cuisine that incorporates elements of other Asian cultures ✨

Best known for their tsukemen (dipping ramen), we had to give this a try! Served with a rich seafood and tonkotsu dipping soup, the signature thick ramen comes with charcoal pork, crunchy bamboo shoots and piggy-shaped naruto 🍥 The nori is also painted with egg white to bear the restaurant's motif 🍳 Good option that doesn't break the bank 💸

A crowd favourite, this dry ramen comes with truffle ragout, wagyu nikomi, onsen egg, green onion and nori 🍜

Apart from ramen, the eatery also serves bincho-grilled skewers and donabe (with different options for lunch and dinner). Would revisit with an empty stomach to try their other dishes too!

Uni & Chashu Tsukemen - $18
I had to do quick Google search to know Tsukemen is Japanese cuisine, where ramen is served with a drip by the side. Torasho’s uni dip is savoury with hint of sea urchin, but could be more viscous. Comes with standard topping like cut of charcoal pork, mizuna, bamboo, nori and yuzu. Their logo on nori is definitely eye catching
Torasho Ramen

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Might have found my new favorite place to get my ramen fix! With 3 levels to choose, I went for Level 2 for the spicy tonkotsu ramen, which delivered a spiciness which packed a punch (with that, go for level 1 if you can’t handle your spice too well). This spiciness was accompanied with a rich creaminess from the sapid broth, which was so flavourful. The roasted garlic gave off a wonderful aroma, but also a slight roasted flavour to the bowl. The charcoal pork chashu was melt-in-your-mouth tender, but it also added a bit of char to the overall flavour — pleasant enough for me to enjoy the everything together. Added an Ajitama which was mildly flavoured, nothing impressive per se, but a great companion to everything.


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Torasho Ramen & Charcoal Bar not only whips up quality, authentic, Japanese ramen, but also interpretations of various flavours to make fusions. The Tsukumen “Singapore Best” aims to emulate that of Bak Chor Mee, but I did not really see how that fit. Looking past that, it was still a bowl of wonderful dry ramen. Noodles were on the thicker than usual side, giving a slightly tougher chew to it. The dipping soup was rich in both flavour and aroma, with more pronounced seafood essence than tonkotsu. Loved the charcoal grilled pork, which is unsurprising with Torasho also specialising in their charcoal grilled items. Added an ajitama for $2 because no ramen is complete with it🥹


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The broth was flavourful n rich, some people might find towards salty, the noodle quite qq and the chashu tick n quite tender.
For the spicy tonkotsu can choose the spicy level, and for the truffle tonkotsu the truffle quite light.

💰$14 for spicy tonkotsu and $18 for for truffle tonkotsu.

📍Torasho Ramen and Charcoal Bar.
32 Tras Street