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Ramen Keisuke Tori King

Regarded as too sophisticated and too avant garde, Keisuke Takeda’s first ramen venture in Singapore — a sleek, upmarket eatery specializing in prawn-broth ramen — failed to take off. Undaunted, he opened a second outfit. This time, it was scaled down to a rustic, hole-in-the-wall diner that seats no more than 16. The tight menu [...]

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After taking 4 months off to have my baby, I’m back writing for inSing.com’s wildly popular Tried & Tested column. This time, we re-visit ramen, a Japanese phenomenon that our noodle-loving nation can’t seem to get enough of. Which new player is the current champion of Japanese ramen in Singapore? Click here to find out!

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A novelty just a few years ago, Japanese ramen is fast becoming part of our local culinary landscape. In fact, there are now so many authentic Japanese ramen joints that we had a hard time choosing just five. Read on to find out which ramen joint gets our vote! Click here to read the full [...]

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Ohsho

Been wanting to check out Ohsho for some time, but during lunchtime, this little corner eatery is always packed! Last Monday, I finished my errands in time for an early lunch. The place was still relatively empty, yay! For S$11.00 nett, I had the ramen and gyoza set. The ramen was exceptionally springy. I was [...]

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Ramen Santouka

Yes, these are the famous pork cheeks of which there are only 60 portions served each day. Six slices of sinfulness, so incredibly soft they literally melt in your mouth. Divine. I didn’t have all six slices to myself. Good things are meant to be shared! Saturday’s lunch was with Keropokman and Momo; Camemberu was [...]

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Noodle House Ken

Ventured into relatively unknown territory today – Japanese ramen. There are few shops in Singapore that specialize in ramen, and Noodle House Ken is one of them. Its appearance is small and unimpressive, but I’ve heard that this is one of the better authentic ramen shops in town.

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