[CLOSED] Tsuta (VivoCity)

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As the World’s First Michelin-starred Ramen eatery, Tsuta’s flavourful broth paired with silky smooth noodles is bound to satisfy your tummy. Select from a wide variety of their MSG free ramen, from classics like the Premium Char Siu Shoyu Soba ($18) to unique flavours like Crab Soba with Premium Char Siu & Crab Shell ($18)!

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Went to try Tsuta Ramen earlier this year and tried the Mala Tonkotsu Soba ($15) 😇 Also ordered a Yaki Gyoza at the side ($7.50)!

I felt that this ramen store, even though tucked away at the corner of B1 in Vivo, is a decent ramen store with decent pricing and good quality food!!🥰 Portion size could be slightly more (when i compare to other ramen stores haha) but overall ratings 8.5/10!!😄

We had the seasonal duck ramen, and the classic tonkotsu ramen. The noodles are well done, the broths rich, and all in all a very good combination of flavours.

We also got the wilt-tea and mandarins orange green tea, all of which were refillable. The service staffs were really nice and attentive to refill our cups.

Might have to queue a little, especially during peak hours.

Had the tonkatsu and mala. Tonkatsu was not bad, but broth tasted somewhat like Ajisen - nothing special. Mala wasn't a good combo, we're soup lovers but couldn't finish this.

The broth is light but full of flavour, the egg is flowy and the pork was well cooked as well! Had the special shio soba 😋 would come back again

This was like a spicy tonkotsu broth with hints of mala flavour. So while the mala flavour wasn’t strong, it was also a rather good thing because it still remained pretty authentic and you can taste the pork flavour as it wasn’t overwhelmed by a spicy numb flavour. Really delicious and I loved it. The good thing about the ramen here is that it is not too salty either. And you can slurp it all up and even finish the soup. Flavoured egg is great as usual.