Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

 

If there’s any food that could possibly unite the world, ramen would be a contender, alongside hamburgers. Widely available everywhere. Consumed by anyone from soon-to-be-debt-ridden college students to multi-millionaires talking shop at the tables of Ichiran. Commonly eaten in different situations, such as cold, rainy days, as well as curing a hangover.

First brought over by the Chinese during the Edo period, this wheat-based noodle has revolutionised the global palate. Let’s look at what makes this dish so unique and delicious. 

The Ingredients That Make Up a Refreshing Bowl of Ramen 

Let’s celebrate the heroes that decorated our palates during our ramen-eating quests. We shall dissect the ingredients according to the different parts of the dish. 

Soup broth 

The ramen broth usually contains either pork or chicken stock. The bones from these animals infuse an aromatic quality to the soup. To accentuate up its flavour, dashi is usually added. It’s a stock consisting of kombu (edible seaweed), katsuobushi (fermented skipjack tuna) and water. Sometimes, shitake mushrooms are also added. 

Noodles   

Wheat, which is also a giveaway that many early Chinese in Japan were northerners, is the star of this department. However, it doesn’t get its shine without the presence of flour, salt and kansui, a unique alkaline solution. The latter gives the noodles a springy texture, making the slurping and chewing process more enjoyable. 

Toppings  

No bowl of ramen is complete without delicate slices of pork belly or loin floating above the noodles like a lotus on water. It will also be a cardinal sin without adding ajitsuke tamago, an egg marinated in a clear broth that conceals a beautiful molten yolk. Sometimes, menma, or bamboo shoots are also added. 

Etiquettes for Eating Ramen

Just like stepping into Japan for the very first time, the etiquette of eating ramen could also be a culture shock to some of us. 

Smell 

“You can judge a lot by a bowl of ramen and how much care there is.” – Joshua Smookler, MuRamen.  

This is the primary step to an all-inclusive ramen eating experience. It compliments the chef and also delights your nostril system. So don’t be afraid to bring the bowl up and start savouring! 

Slurp

“Ramen is a very sensual food. It sort of approaches all of your 5 senses in different ways, and when you enjoy the way it approaches your senses, you become one with the bowl. Slurping is the only thing that gets that 5th sense into your memory.” – Keizo Shimamoto, Ramen Shack.  

While a faux pax in many cultures, slurping is highly encouraged in eating ramen. Not only slurping compliments the chef, but it also helps you to enjoy your bowl of Ramen better. 

According to the owner of the famous Ivan Ramen and cast member of Chef’s Table, Ivan Orkin, slurping can help you to enjoy the marriage of noodles and broth at the same time. 

Additionally, slurping also helps to cool the noodles, thanks to its inhalation mechanisms.  

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Eat it fast! 

“Ramen is not a 30-minute meal. It is a 10-minute meal.” – Ivan Orkin, Ivan Ramen.

Hayakushite kudasai! Or please hurry up! A Japanese salaryman utters silently to himself as he waits for an ignorant tourist, taking her time to finish her meal at a small, traditional ramen shop. 

Ramen a dish that must be enjoyed hot. The longer the noodle lingers in the broth, the soggier it feels, destroying the pleasure of slurping up juicy, bouncy noodles.   

Master your chopsticks skills

Unless the person facing you is getting ready to be cremated (touches on wood), never, ever stick your chopsticks into the bowl. Also, avoid crisscrossing your chopsticks when you lift up the strands of ramen. 

Ramen Nagi Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Ramen Nagi

Speciality

Created combining top ingredients air-flown from a faraway distant Japan, every serving of Ramen Nagi (including their outlets at Ion or Suntec) are cooked with skill. Their ramen outlet’s four unique bowls encompass their traditional Butao King (unique) or scented Red King (hot); still many seeking for added unique blends could attempt some Black King (black garlic) or Green King (Basil-leaf).

  •  Ramen
  • Ramen nagi
  • Ramen bowls
  • Basil ramen
  • Spicy ramen
Menu

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Website

https://ramennagi.com.sg
Address

3 Temasek Boulevard #01-512/513, Suntec City Tower 2 (North Wing), Singapore 038983

Telephone

(65) 9144 7482
Operating Hours

11am–9:30pm daily

Awards
  • Certificate of Excellence 2019 – Trip Advisor Singapore, 2019
  • Burpple Hot 100 Cafés & Restaurants – Burpple Singapore
  • Best Silicon Valley Ramen 2019 – Yelp USA, 2019
  • Famous Restaurant 100 2018 – Tablelog Japan, 2018

Review 1

“Delicious noodles with interesting flavour you don’t find anywhere else. Would recommend!”

Review 2

“What a terrific bowl of Ramen! Cannot say enough praises. Try the green Ramen, a refreshing spin on the traditional Ramen. This place deserves a five star rating.”

Review 3

“Love the ability to customise what you would want, not just in terms of the hardness of the noodles but also the richness of the broth. Food was tasty and the quantity of a bowl of ramen is just nice.”

 


Tonkotsu Kazan Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Tonkotsu Ramen

Speciality

Osaka-based ramen outlet Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen is reputed for their volcano ramen. Utilizing hot stone crockery, clouds explode out from heading of their crockery lid over the boiling time, making the “volcano”. The fun dish can come as curry flavoured too.

  • Ramen
  • Spicy ramen
  • Volcano ramen
  • Ramen soup
  • Hot ramen
Menu

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Website

https://tonkotsukazan.com/

Address

177 River Valley Rd, Liang Court #01-10, Singapore 179030

Telephone 

(65) 6336 8698

Operating Hours

11am – 10pm daily

Review 1

“A MUST TO TRY!!!!
The restaurant is located in Liang Court Ground floor opposite 7-Eleven and Starbuck. We were staying at the Somerset Hotel and had lunch there on our first day in Singapore. The restaurant is somehow small and looks more like a family canteen but the food was exceptional and cheap. Kids meal with toys are available. Pork and beer also on the menu. A must to try if you are around!”

Review 2

“The ramen was very decent. The assorted chashu side was tender that went well with the chives and bean sprouts, reminded me a little of chicken rice soy sauce. Would come back again!”

 


Sanpotei Ramen Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Sanpoutei

Speciality

Sanpoutei’s unique Shoyu Ramen holds potent, rich texture, with their brewed thick soup composed of chicken, greens, and fish. They include also tsukemen noodles to cater to others or tonkotsu ramen to please those seeking some old-style pork soup. Get some tastes of their chicken karaage at the same time, it is unique Japanese fried chicken cooked authentically, with texture.

  • Niigata Shoyu Ramen
  • Nikumori Miso Ramen
Menu

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Website

http://sanpoutei.sg/
Address
  • 350 Orchard Rd, #B1-04/05, Singapore 238868
  • 253 Holland Ave #01-01, Singapore 278982

Telephone

(65) 6836 4644

Operating Hours

  • Shaw House

11:30am–10pm daily

  • Holland Village

11.30pm – 11pm daily

Review 1

“A pleasant experience. The restaurant was full, but quiet -truly a testament to the quality of food as people were fixated on eating and not talking. The prices are reasonable. The food was good, but not incredibly memorable. I’d probably opt to try someplace knew, but equally, I’d happily recommend this place to someone craving ramen.”

Review 2

“You can tell it’s a great place before you even enter: there’s a queue most of the time. The taste of the ramen and tsukemen are heavenly, and the side dishes are as amazing as they look. Great place!”

Review 3

“Was craving Tsukemen and found this lovely place. Worth the wait in line! Would like the Rich Dried Sardine Tsukemen to be a bit richer and punchier 😉. Would definitely come back to try the rest of the dishes on the menu!”

 


Ippudo Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Ippudo

Speciality

Known internationally for Ramen, Ippudo’s servings of umami flavours remain highly distinct, very potent. The Shiromaru Motoaji remains their international signature ramen, that contains a dense tonkotsu broth with inclusion of sleek noodles, pork belly charsiew, dark fungus along with extra spring onions. Still, some local blend is their Chicken Shoyu, mixing some home-made noodles with some transparent chicken soup. This tastes rather unique with the added yuzu slices topping. Chicken charsiew, bamboo slices, Naruto or leek remain possible choices of added toppings with such intense flavours.

  • Shiromaru Motoaji
  • Akamaru Shinaji
  • Karaka-men
  • Chicken Shoyu
Menu

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Website

http://www.ippudo.com.sg
Address
  • 333A Orchard Rd, Mandarin Gallery #04-02 to 04, Singapore 238897
  • 207 River Valley Rd, UE Square #01-55/56, Singapore 238275
  • 3 Gateway Drive #03-03 Westgate, Singapore 608532
  • 1 Scotts Road, Shaw Centre #04-22 /23, Singapore 228208
  • 2 Bayfront Avenue, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands #B2-54/55, Singapore 018972
  • 5 Wallich Street, Tanjong Pagar Centre #01-15, Singapore 078883
  • 1 Vista Exchange Green, The Star Vista #02-19, Singapore 138617

Telephone

(65) 6235 2797

Operating Hours

Mon-Sat: 11am – 11pm
Sun: 11am – 10pm

Review 1

“Excellent Ramen! Food was truly superb and satisfying. Highly recommended to come and enjoy ramen with friends!”

Review 2

“Delicious ramen. I like the entire vibe and atmosphere. Nice place to have dinner with friends. Their staffs are friendly and service was fast. Their chicken karage is not that delicious. But their signature ramen was good! Tho price is on the higher side. Recommend people to try at least once”

Review 3

“Very nice ramen, actually my favorite and it is good to have it in Mandarin Gallery as it is below my hotel room. Recently the crowd is getting less as maybe so many competitors open similar establishments.”

 


Keisuke Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Ramen Keisuke

Speciality

eputed for providing free-flow hard boiled eggs, Ramen Keisuke uniquely delivers 3 distinct types of soup within the Tonkotsu chain. One could select from Black Spicy, Red Spicy or Original Broth or even customize the thickness of the soup or texture of the Ramen noodles.

  • Lobster Broth
  • Flavoured Eggs
  • Black Spicy Tori King Ramen
  • Tan Tan Mien
  • Tonkutsu(pork-based) Ramen Soup
Menu

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Website

http://www.keisuke.sg/

Address
  • 65 Ubi Road 1, #01-92 Oxley Bizhub, 408729
  •  80 Marine Parade Road #B1-18A Parkway Parade, 449269
  • #02-391/392 Suntec City Mall, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038983
  • 26 Sentosa Gateway #B1-219/220 Singapore 098138
  • 1 Tras Link #01-15 & #01-19 Orchid Hotel Singapore 078867
  • 60 Paya Lebar Road, Paya Lebar Square #01 02-04 & #B1-16, Singapore 409051
  • 10 Anson Road #01-02 Singapore 079903, International Plaza
  • 2 Jurong East Central 1 #B1-18/19-8 Singapore 609731
  • #03-15 100AM 100 Tras Street Singapore 079027
  • 158 Rochor Road Bugis Village Singapore 188433
  • Clarke Quay – 3C River Valley Road #01-07 The Cannery Singapore 170922
  • 8 Grange Road, #01-03 Cathay Cineleisure, Orchard Singapore 239695
  • 16A Lor Mambong Singapore 277677
  • 11 Kee Seng Street #01-01 Singapore 089218
  • 201 Victoria Street #04-01 Bugis+ Singapore 188067

Telephone

(65) 6636 0855

Operating Hours

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Review 1

“This place is worth waiting for. The rich soup is totally rich in lobster flavor. The noodle is just right along with the other toppings. They have a funny and yet delicious combi for egg mayo: egg, beansprout, mayo and you can add seasonings to match your taste.”

Review 2

“If you’re a fan of rich broths, you’ll definitely enjoy your dining experience at Ramen Keisuke! Like many other visitors, I visited this restaurant initially because it was a renowned supper joint after drinks at Clarke Quay, but became a repeat visitor after trying the food!

Food: Of all the soup bases to try, my favourite is the rich broth because I love the intense flavor. While the lobster ramen is the main draw, the restaurant serves these spicy beansprouts as an appetizer that completely whets the appetite. My friends and me can finish 1, 2 tubs of the beansprouts.

Don’t forget to try the green tea cola as well. It sounds quirky but it’s really good!

AOB: The restaurant only opens in the evenings, and it gets crowded so I would recommend going on time!”

Review 3

“Unique lobster broth based soup, with meat that almost melts in your mouth. I’d describe it as like lobster bisque that you can drink, not overpowering in lobster taste, but enticing you to sip more – balanced with the other stuff in the bowl. Side dishes is superb as well…hopefuly the pictures do it justice.”

 


Nantsutei Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

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Ramen Restaurant

Nantsuttei

Speciality

Pork bone soup, aromatic roasted garlic oil, and homemade char siu

Menu

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Website

http://www.nantsu.com/english
Address

181 Orchard Road,  Orchard Central #07-12/13, Singapore 238896

Telephone

(65) 6337 7166

Operating Hours

11am–10pm daily

Review 1

“Good selection of traditional pork broth ramen and contemporary flavors like curry and tomato inspired ones. Pork rice bowl are good too.”

Review 2

“Absolutely love their ramen with black garlic oil. I’ll definitely order their kara miso ramen on my every visit! We even visited their original store in shinagawa during our trip to japan!”

Review 3

“Very good location to eat Ramen, great selection of food, staff is very friendly and you get your food fast. Could be sometimes spice, but you can select your spice level. I like the Miso soup version best, the location is on 7 floor. By the way the small portion is typical enough 😜”

 


Ikkousha Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Hakata Ikkousha Ramen

Speciality

Ikkousha’s Hakata-style ramen bowls are served containing sleek, bouncy noodles that remained boiled for 15 seconds prior to pouring over the pork soup. Finish the noodle dish adding some textured egg, alternatively, try to take Tonkotsu Special along collagen-intensive pork bone broth.

  • Pork ramen
  • Broth
  • Ramen soup
  • Ramen noodles
  • Pork soup
Menu

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Website

http://www.ikkousha.sg
Address
  • 30 Victoria Street, Chijmes #F1-07, Singapore 187996
  • Tanjong Pagar Plaza, Apt/Blk 7 #01-104B, Singapore 081007

Telephone

(65) 6538 1880

Operating Hours

Mon-Sat: 11.30am – 10pm
Sun: 11.30am – 9pm

Review 1

“Absolutely fabulous ramen! I’m not an expert but i love their soy sauce ramen. Ordered light and it was pretty good! They also served eggs as well. Other than their ramen, their fried rice with egg is also quite popular among customers. Highly recommended!”

Review 2

“One of best Tonkotsu Ramen in Singapore. And fried rice here is the best also and my favorite, good to go with red ginger. Serving time also fast.”

 


Ramen Champion Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Ramen Champion

Speciality

  • Shodai Koji
  • Menya Ryu
  • Triple Chashu
Menu

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Website

http://ramenchampion.com.sg/
Address
  • 201 Victoria St, Bugis+ #04-10, Singapore 188067
  • 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, Clark Quay Central #03-89, Singapore 059817
  • 65 Airport Blvd, Singapore Changi Airport, Terminal 3 #B2-58, Singapore 819633

Telephone

(65) 6238 1011

Operating Hours

  • Clarke Quay
    Mon-Fri: 11:30am–3pm, 5–10pm
    Sat-Sun: 11.30am – 10pm
  • Bugis+
    Mon-Fri: 11am–9:45pm
    Sat-Sun: 10.30am – 9.45pm
  • Changi Airport
    Mon-Fri: 10.30am – 11pm
    Sat-Sun: 10am-11pm

Accolades

  • My Paper Magazine
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Review 1

“Stock is great, big pieces of meat and the noodle is really smooth and nice”

Review 2

“There’s so many kinds of ramen here. You could keep trying until one of it suits your taste from the simple to the species. My favourite is Tonkatsu Ikkyu where the pork variety is simply great and tasty. You’ve never eaten pork made in so many ways”

 


Konjiki Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Konjiki Hototogisu Singapore

Speciality

Get ready to try a huge selection of seafood textures in Konjiki Hototogisu, known for their strong clam soup. Still, discounting mere reviews, this creation of Chef Atsushi Yamamoto may be visited for unique flavours with some Winter Ramen that blends salmon and sour cream, with inclusion of extra peppers or bitter gourd-infusing Summer Ramen added.  

Menu

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Website

https://www.facebook.com/KonjikiHototogisuSGP/
Address

 30 Victoria St, CHIJMES #01-17, Singapore 187996

Telephone

(65) 6256 3155

Operating Hours

Mon-Fri: 12pm – 2.30pm, 5.30pm – 10pm
Sat-Sun: 12pm – 10pm

Accolades

  • 2019 Tokyo Michelin Star
  • Tokyo Michelin Guide 2019 & 2020 One Michelin Star
  • Tokyo Michelin Bib Gourmand 2015-2018

Review 1

“The queue was actually moving quite fast for a Friday dinner time about 30 minutes waiting time. Staff will serve cold tea for customers in the queue. Started the dinner with a complementary appetizer, rice with clams. The signature ramen in clam broth was really good. There is an after taste of the clam sweetness in the broth and of course the distinctive taste of black truffle. The broth taste blend in well. Not forgetting the pork belly that was marinated and torched well. Must try. The egg was well cooked but lack of taste.”

Review 2

“Love the way how nothing fancy was involved in this bowl of ramen. Things were kept simple with your usual toppings of spring onions and char siew. Pairing up with their own blend of broth. Give it a try!”

 


Ramen Bar Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Ramen Bar Suzuki

Speciality

Pure White Tonkotsu Ramen

Menu

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Website

https://suzuki.frp.sg/

Address

61 Circular Rd, #01-01, Singapore 049415

Operating Hours

Mon-Thurs, Sat: 11am–3pm, 6–10pm
Fri: 11.30am – 3pm, 6pm – 10.30pm
Sun: Closed

Review 1

“It’s at the corner of a street filled with pubs! Good place to dine in. Get early here though because the shop can pick up a line of customers!

Seevice and staff were good and fast. I ordered the white ramen and Gyoza! I loved how straightforward and light the ramen tasted and the gyoza went great with it!

You can also get sides for free along with your ramen. I recommend the potato/egg salad and top it with cabbage and cherry tomatoes. Therey some hsrd boiled eggs too!”

Review 2

“Best dipping ramen in Singapore. The rich tonkotsu and fish broth is something you can’t find elsewhere in Singapore. Highly recommended for those who are able to tolerate and love salty flavour. You may request a lighter broth if you don’t really like the strong saltiness. They can also help you to dilute the soup at the end of your meal so that you can drink the soup dry. Only 10 servings a day and only for dinner”

 


MIZ Japanese Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

MIZ Japanese Restaurant

Speciality

Authentic Traditional Japanese Cuisine

Menu

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Website

https://miz-japanese-restaurant.business.site/
Address

17 Kampong Bahru Rd, Singapore 169347

Telephone

(65) 6225 5761

Operating Hours

Mon & Fri: Closed
All other days: 11:30am–2:30pm, 5:30–10pm

Review 2

“The food here is awesome! Happy hour for beer starts from 530-730pm at $5. The food came really fast as there wasn’t any crowd lucky for us. Will be back for more authentic Japanese food again!”

Review 3

“Good Japanese food with affordable price. Friendly and polite staff. Recommended to reserve table before coming. Not that spacious inside.”

 


Tonkotsu Kazan Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Tonkotsu Kazan

Speciality

  • Beef Sukiyaki Kazan
  • Pork Sukiyaki Kazan
Menu

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Website

http://tonkotsukazan.com/
Address

177 River Valley Rd, Liang Court #01-10, Singapore 179030

Telephone

(65) 6336 8698

Operating Hours

11am–10pm daily

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Review 1

“Yummy ramen!!! Love the Karamiso paste 😍 Noodle was just right and the tonkutsu soup was delicious “

Review 2

“The ramen was very decent. The assorted chashu side was tender that went well with the chives and bean sprouts, reminded me a little of chicken rice soy sauce. Would come back again!”

Review 3

“Kazan Ramen is good!! Its different from other ramen I have tasted and its a great comfort food to go to!!”

 


Marutama Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Marutama  

Speciality

In place of containing pork-based broth to form soup broth, Marutama Ramen provides more chicken paitan broth along with crafted noodles—you could say it is simply great Ramen. Chew on some soft fair chicken soup added with char siew, seaweed, or spring onions (with ramen, on top) upon your request for classic Marutama Ramen; on the other hand, grab some Zenbu Nose Ramen which holds big slices of pork belly with char siew, seaweed, or add on extra lava egg yolk.

Marutama Ramen differs, contrasts from many alternative kinds of ramen that were mentioned not merely as these come with chicken broth in place of typical pork types, additionally because they cook with very sleek noodles.

  • Thick Chicken Baitan Soup
  • Ramen With Raw Thai Chilli
Menu

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Website

https://marutama.com.sg/
Address
  • 6A Shenton Way, Downtown Gallery #03-25, Singapore 068815
  • 5 Stadium Walk, Leisure Park Kallang #01-33/34/35, Singapore 397693
  • 16 Enggor St, Icon Village #01-01, Singapore 079717
  • 2 Jurong East Central 1 #B1-18 to 19-6, Singapore 609731
  • 298 Tiong Bahru Rd, Central Plaza #2-138, Singapore 168732

Telephone

(65) 62610406

Operating Hours

Mon -Sat: 11.30am – 10pm

Sun: 11am – 9.30pm

Review 

“Second time to this ramen place. I must say their ramen is simply one of the best I have eaten in Singapore. Thick and deep flavoured soup. The pork slice just melt in my mouth. And the unique thing is that they added seaweeds to the soup. Tought it will split the taste but I was proven wrong. The light favour and slippery texture of the seaweed complimented the soup and ramen very well! Highly recommended!!”

 

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Hokkaido Ramen Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Hokkaido 

Speciality

Along with long Ramen menu with steady flavours, Hokkaido Ramen Santouka’s huge crowds remain a permanent fixture. Suppose you like some pork, take some Tokusen Toroniku Ramen to taste, and include top up rice extras included along fish roe to derive the best tastes from the brothy soup.

  • Shio Ramen
  • Spicy Miso Ramen
  • Pork ramen
  • Brothy soup
  • Fish roe
  • Ramen
  • Ramen soup
Menu

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Website

https://www.santouka.co.jp/en
Address

 6 Eu Tong Sen St, The Central #02-76, Singapore 059817

Telephone

(65) 6224 0668

Operating Hours

11am–9:45pm daily

Review 1

“Waitress Niki was super nice and accommodating! Food was yummy. I got the spicy Shia bowl ($16). Very tasty and enough to be full leaving the restaurant! Noodles and pork cheek were tasty. Girlfriend got the cold noodle seafood bowl. Very refreshing taste of vinegar/soy sauce. Light and fragrant taste for a hot day! Would come back to try more!”

Review 2

“Decided to try this place after reading a blog and it is indeed a good place for Ramen lovers to enjoy. The difference of as compared to other Ramen places (including Japan) is their signature rich & tasty fish broth and no thirsty aftertaste (I believe no MSG in the broth). To top up my good experience is their good service. Very prompt in servicing us. Definitely another ramen place for me to go to. Credit Card & Cash payment is accepted.”

 


Ramen Matsuri Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Ramen Matsuri

Speciality

Dry Ramen

Menu

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Website

https://ramenmatsuri.com/
Address

 7 North Canal Rd, Singapore 048820

Telephone

(65) 6533 0845

Operating Hours

Mon-Thurs & Sat: 11.30am – 2.50pm, 5.30pm – 10pm
Fri: 11.30am – 2.50pm, 5.30pm – 10.30pm
Sun: Closed

Review 1

“If you’re sick of the standard ramen fare, come here for the mazesoba, a dry version with a side topping of broth. Add vinegar,chilli oil for your preferred concoction. Be sure to ask for a top up of soup (max 1 time) and a scoop of rice if you wanna clean out the bowl!”

Review 2

“Mazesoba Dry Ramen – very unique and memorable. been here before previous when I was working in the area but I tried other items on the menu. do try it. plus a very good beer promotion at the moment. the hideout gives quite an authentic local Japanese feel to it.”

 


Ramen HOuse Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

The Ramen House

Speciality

  • Volcano Ramen
  • Dry Ramen
  • Torched Beef Sushi
Menu

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Website

https://www.theramenhouse.sg/
Address

6 Short St, Singapore 188213

Telephone

(65) 6734 9294

Operating Hours

12pm – 10.30pm daily

Review 1

“Awesome authentic Japanese cuisine. Loved their Ramen and California Roll”

Review 2

“Good bowl of Volcano Ramen 🙂 Friendly helped by waitress Nu Nu.”

 


Soramen Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

So Ramen

Speciality

  • Grand Tonkotsu Ramen
  • Yasai Cha Shu Miso Ramen
  • Toroniku Uobushi Tonkotsu Ramen
Menu

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Website

http://www.soramen.com.sg/
Address
  • 23 Serangoon Central, NEX #B2-58, Singapore 556082
  • 311 New Upper Changi Rd,  Bedok Mall #B1-09, Singapore 467360
  • 238 Thomson Road, Novena Square #01-05, Singapore 307683

Telephone

(65) 6634 4089

Operating Hours

11am – 10pm daily

Review 1

“Cheap price, quick fix and good variety. Quality and quantity is a benchmark. At least 3 kinds of noodles to choose from and quite a number of broth for choices. A good pick and match combination. Quite a medium size property. Easily fit 40 people. Everything is good no complaints.”

Review 2

“Great go to ramen place for people living around Serangoon. It is probably the best ramen you can find around this area. Must try.”

Review 3

“One of the best ramen I’ve tasted so far.
First, the cha shu (pork slice) is the “melt in your mouth” type. Next, the ramen (noodles) taste different from the usual type of noodles, taste more alkaline and hence more delicious. The soup base is heavy in msg, so much so that I’m still thirsty 2-3 hours after finishing the ramen. The disappointment however has to be the truffle edamame, can’t pinpoint exactly what, but something is missing. Overall, this is a ramen I highly recommend folks out there to try, especially the “melt in your mouth” cha shu.”

 


Tampopo Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Tampopo

Speciality

  • Black Pig Shabu Ramen
  • Hakodate Ramen
  • Kyushu Ramen
Menu

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Website

http://www.tampopo.com.sg
Address
  • 177 River Valley Road, Liang Court Shopping Centre #04-01 & #01-41/42 & #01-23/24, Singapore 179030
  • 391A Orchard Road, Takashimaya Shopping Centre #04-28, Singapore 238872
  • 391B Orchard Road, Takashimaya Shopping Centre #B2-33, Singapore 238872
  • 681 Punggol Drive, Oasis Terraces #02-24/25, Singapore 820681

Telephone

(65) 6735 2959

Operating Hours

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Review 1

“One of the best ramen! Its so good that we almost only eat this after shopping in Liang Court. Their Scoop Cakes are heavenly tasty too!”

Review 2

“Tampopo has become one of my most favorite Japanese restaurants in Singapore! Their Top Grade BP Tonkatsu and USA Premium Pork Loin deserve special mention. However, their biggest gem is the Deluxe Tampopo Black Pig Shabu Ramen with its extraordinarily rich and creamy broth. Personally, this is my most favorite ramen ever!!”

 


Ajisen Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Ajisen Ramen

Speciality

Tonkotsu Soup

Menu

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Website

https://www.ajisen.com.sg
Address

Find an outlet near you

Telephone

(65)  6333 9512

Operating Hours

11.30am – 10pm daily

Review 1

“Probably one of the best ramen house I’ve been to. The environment is pleasant and cool. Definitely coming back.”

 


Bari Uma Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Bari Uma

Speciality

Big servings of Japanese ramen get served to all at the unique Ramen Bari-Uma, that plays up focus on both their preservative-exclusive, crafted noodles including more of meaty pork with chicken soups. Thus, as the Ajitama-Uma holds a dense pork shoyu broth and grilled charsiew, it remains Tori-Ajitama-Uma that you may attempt for dense chicken broth added upon two drumlets. Just to say, their Hiroshima-origin chain remains original yet real.

Services:

  • Ramen
  • Pork ramen
  • Chicken ramen
  • Pork broth
  • Chicken broth
Menu

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Website

https://www.bariuma.asia/
Address
  • No. 19, Tanglin Road, Tanglin Shopping Centre #B1-01/02, Singapore 247909
  • 101 Thomson Rd, United Square #B1-08, Singapore 307591

Telephone

(65) 6887 4484

Operating Hours

11am – 10pm daily

Review 1

“Fantastic example of a rich tonkatsu stock. Noodles have a nice toothy bite. Definitely worth a try!”

Review 2

“I loved the coziness of the space and the service was friendly. I also like that you can add corn and/or bean sprouts to your ramen. Not all ramen joints offer that option. Both the ramen and gyoza were verrrryyy tasty. This place does get filled up quite quickly, so go early!”

Review 3

“Home-made noodles were unique and delicious. Ramen soup was flavourful, chashu was lean and grilled

nicely. Yakigyoza was light and fresh, done in proper Japanese way.”

 


Afuri Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Afuri Ramen

Speciality

In case you adore, crave strong, striking textures, renown Afuri ramen chain outlets dish out an unusual blend of yuzu with chicken in rich original oil. Alternatively, to taste intense citrus tastes, take some Yuzu Tsukemen made from denser noodles for the enjoyment along with side spice condiments.

Menu
  •  Ramen
  • Yuzu
  • Chicken
  • Chilli
  • Citrus

Website

https://order.capita3eats.com/afuri
Address

107 North Bridge Rd, #B1-29, Singapore 179105

Telephone

+65-6970 1386

Operating Hours

11.30 am to 10 pm

Review 1

Visited Afuri at 8pm and there was no queue. Service was very fast. We ordered spicy tsukemen and the regular tonkotsu. I find that the Tonkotsu broth is too thin for my liking, but the tsukemen is superb! Thick and goes really well with the ramen. Karaage on the side was also very good though I wish they served it piping hot.

Karen

 


paragon Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Ha-Oh Hototogisu Ramen

Speciality

Opened by Chef Atsushi Yamamoto from 2006, Michelin-starred Hototogisu Ramen originates from Tokyo, containing combined tastes with rather distinct soups. The original concoction, Crab Ramen, comes made from soup containing flesh of Japanese blue crabs.

Menu
  • Crab ramen
  • Japanese blue crabs
  • Ramen soup
  • Ramen
  • Spice ramen

Website

https://www.paragon.com.sg/stores/ha-oh-hototogisu-ramen
Address

 290 Orchard Road #B1-47 Paragon Singapore 238859

Telephone

+65 62621304

Operating Hours

10:00am – 11:00pm

Review 1

Great Ramen at Paragon. The crab and pork ramen is a must try. Add $4.90 to complete set with Fried chicken or cuttlefish and a drink.

-Raj M

 


kanada-ya Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Kanada-Ya

Speciality

Dense, tasty tonkotsu soup brewed slowly over 18 hours has become Kanada-Ya’s signature known flavour, with skilful, unique tastes and textures. Were this your initial attempt eating there, try their Charsiew Tonkotsu Ramen, that provides blends of their brand’s distinct flavours along tender pork collar charsiew, wood ear fungus shoots, Nori, spring onions, or extra sleek, bouncy noodles. Next return to try more Gekikara Ramen once the opportunity along, as Kanada-Ya remains the rare minority of real ramen outlets which may serve the entire brew containing a spicy soup broth, when tasted with the hot miso or hot minced pork Ramen.

Menu

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Website

https://kanada-ya.sg/
Address

10 Paya Lebar Road, Paya Lebar Quarter, #03-30 PLQ Mall, 409057

Telephone

+65-6966 0505

Operating Hours

11 am to 10 pm

Review 1

Basic service provided. Top up of hot water for green tea take quite a while. All ramen taste good as soup base is thick and savoury. Gyoza taste good too.

-Randy Tan

 


seizan Top Ramen Restaurants in Singapore

Ramen Restaurant

Seizan Uni Ramen

Speciality

To get great servings of full, thick, and dense broth, head to Seizan Uni Ramen. Not merely a two-Michelin-starred ramen stall, truly Japanese, they deliver flavours of sea-urchins, additionally even cook their soup broth containing real Mount Fuji spring beverage.

Menu
  •  Ramen
  • Ramen noodles
  • Ramen broth
  • Seafood ramen
  • Spicy ramen

Website

https://www.facebook.com/nabeseizan.sg/
Address

435 Orchard Rd, #4-44 Wisma Atria, Singapore 238877

Telephone

+65- 9625 7742

Operating Hours

9 am to 6 pm

Review 1

The food tastes amazing, the staff was attentive and the sake super delicious. Unfortunately the restaurant is very small and located in a Japanese area of a food court so the atmosphere is suffering. That’s why only 4 stars instead of 5. Wheelchair accessible, but haven’t seen any children’s menu so not sure how child friendly it is.

-Roland Hamann

 


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