Tag: Ramen Singapore


Men-Men Tei - Teppei's Ramen Restaurant With Red Snapper Ramen, At Marina One

It is fair enough to say I am a fan of some of Chef Teppei Yamashita’s concept, from the earliest Teppei Japanese Restaurant (gosh, wrote it in 2012) to the more recent Man Man Unagi Restaurant. There is thus, a certain expectation for Men-Men Tei, his first ramen eatery located at the basement of Marina One. The shop is helmed by Chef Yoshihiko Watanabe, who drains the water from the noodles quite dramatically with a loud “Hey-sho!” (or something like that). It makes you anticipate more for what is to come. Men-Men Tei is a no-fuss rather cramped eatery......

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Satsuma Shimuja 薩摩思無邪 – Famous Kagoshima Ramen Shop Opens in Singapore At Tanjong Pagar

Satsuma Shimuja 薩摩思無邪 – Famous Kagoshima Ramen Shop Opens in Singapore At Tanjong Pagar

Despite opening for a couple of months, this supposedly famous ramen shop from Kagoshima remains quite under the radar. (Also read: 10 NEW Ramen Shops In Singapore) Kagoshima Satsuma Shimuja Ramen has opened at Tanjong Pagar’s Enggor Street, right outside Icon Village. Perhaps the success of a ramen shop...

February 19, 2018
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Jimoto Ya – Ebi Ramen By Michelin Starred Chef From Mieda Arrives To Singapore

Jimoto Ya – Ebi Ramen By Michelin Starred Chef From Mieda Arrives To Singapore

Another ramen shop with a Michelin-star relation opens in Singapore. Jimoto Ya’s signature ramen is created by Chef Nobumasa Mieda of Michelin-Starred Kaiseki Restaurant MIEDA from Sapporo Hokkaido. Jimoto Ya Singapore is located at the Nanking Row of China Square Central, right opposite popular Korean BBQ restaurant Wong Dae...

March 12, 2017
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Machida Shoten - “Iekei” Ramen With Rich Soup and Thick Noodles At Japan Food Town

Machida Shoten – “Iekei” Ramen With Rich Soup and Thick Noodles At Japan Food Town

Machida Shoten at Japan Food Town Wisma Atria is from Kanagawa prefecture, and specialises in “Iekei” ramen, which directly translates to “house-type” from its kanji characters. The noodles are supposedly cooked to diners’ preferences, just like how one’s mother may cook it at home. Therefore, you can kind of...

September 26, 2016
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