Truffle Ramen at $6.90+ only? Fill your day with more luck when you visit Suparakki Ramen.
That is because “Superakki” means “super lucky” in Japanese, and the popular home-grown ramen eatery is introducing its guests with two new, exciting Wagyu dons.
This promo is exclusive to the CityLink Mall outlet, available for dine-in, takeaway and island-wide delivery. More on that later.
Known for its authentic Hakata-style ramen, Suparakki Ramen offers quality food using premium ingredients, yet at inexpensive prices.
We are talking about Truffle Ramen at $6.90+ and Original Tonkotsu Ramen at $7.90+. No service charge.
One of the reasons why they are able to keep prices low is that they make those al dente noodles entirely in their own factory; and even the soup bases is produced right in their kitchens.
The cost savings is thereby ‘transferred’ to customers, so that they can have it on a more regular basis.
Hakata-style ramen is characterised by extra-thin noodles, silky-smooth pork bone broth, and cha siu toppings.
All the ramen dishes here are made with all-natural ingredients. Here are recommended Suparakki Ramen dishes to try during your visit:
Original Tonkotsu Ramen ($7.90+)
Adults and kids alike love the Original Tonkotsu Ramen, making it Suparakki’s bestseller.
Available in spicy and non-spicy versions, this ramen has a bold flavour that comes from its velvety, collagen-rich tonkotsu made from pork bone stock.
For 6 hours, pork bones (hocks and trotter) are boiled with various herbs and spices. No milk is added, yet the broth is naturally opaque white and creamy.
You get two slices of chashu, made from locally-sourced pork belly. Then meat is cooked sous vide for 24 hours at 68 degrees Celsius, resulting in tender pieces that’s cooked in a special homemade sauce. Served topped with nori, black mushrooms, chopped spring onions, and ajitama egg.
You may be wondering if something so affordable would have its quality compromised. Actually it was really not bad.
The noodles produced using high-grade Japanese flour manufactured in Suparakki’s own factory, had a pretty QQ and semi-firm bite, swimming in delectable broth.
For those who are afraid of soup bases which tend to be on the saltier end, this was slurp-worthy and not too rich (that you could even finish the entire bowl). You are also assured no MSG is added.
Dry Truffle Ramen ($6.90+)
Not in the mood to slurp hot soup? Go for the Dry Truffle Ramen packed with savoury umami flavours.
The secret of this dry-type ramen lies in its potent sauce, a mixture of aromatic Italian truffle oil, chashu sauce, and Suparakki’s homemade base sauce.
You still get the same al dente extra-thin ramen noodles, ready for tossing in the sauce, minus the broth. Be ready for the truffle oil aroma to fill the air.
Other ramen choices here include Tonkotsu Shoyu Ramen ($7.90), Tonkotu Gyokai Ramen ($8.80) – mixture of fish and pork broth, and Tonkotsu Black Garlic Ramen ($9.90).
SUPA Wagyu Don ($14.80+)
Suparakki has introduced the SUPA Wagyu Don which features an A4 grade Wagyu beef.
A beautiful marbling and three-step cooking process make this meat so tender to the bite.
After the beef is cooked sous vide-style, it is pan-seared to lock in its juices. Finally, it is glazed with a homemade marinade for more than 6 hours for maximum flavour.
Served with a sous vide egg, and do give it a good mix.
SUPA Wagyu with Foie Gras Don ($19.80+) (To be officially launched 20th July 2020, Mon)
An upgrade of the first don is the SUPA Wagyu with Foie Gras Don.
Go beyond the premium Wagyu beef and raise the luxe bar higher with the addition of foie gras, to indulge in this rice bowl with super-sized flavours and textures.
Each order not only comes with a tender, fatty, umami-rich steak but also 50g of this rich and buttery goose liver delicacy.
Side Dishes of Karaage, Gyoza, or Ebi Fry ($4.50+ each)
Complement your choice of ramen or don with a side order of Karaage. For the price of $4.50+, you get five pieces of lightly-coated, marinated, and deep-fried chicken chunks. Crunchy on the outside, tender on the inside.
Another popular side dish that goes well with a ramen or a done is Gyoza. Bite into this thin-dough Japanese dumpling and taste the flavourful filling of ground meat and veggies.
Get five pieces for an order of these crispy gyozas with juicy interior to contrast its texture.
SUPASIZE Family Combo ($40+, U.P $50.50)
Suparakki Ramen has launched the Supasize Family Combo (which comprises upsized meat portion, Hakata-style ramen, famous Japanese appetisers as well as bubble milk.
The set meal is available for islandwide delivery at https://suparakki.oddle.me. A delivery fee of $5 applies.
SUPASIZE Family Combo includes:
– Original Tonkotsu Ramen (Upsize: 3 extra pcs of Cha Shu)
– Dry Truffle Ramen (Upsize: extra portion of pulled pork)
– Dry Truffle Ramen (Kid Size)
– Any 2 Sides (Choose from Karaage, Takoyaki or Gyoza)
– 2 Supa Boba Milk
Suparakki Boba Milk with Pearls
After slurping down your hot bowl of soup, refresh and cool down with a glass of Boba Milk with Pearls. Both an accompanying beverage and a sweet meal-ender, this has creamy milk and chewy tapioca balls seeped in brown sugar. Quite legit.
Here’s the catch: The Suparakki Boba Milk is only available for delivery or takeaways only with:
– Suparakki’s Supa Boba Milk Single Combo – Original Tonkotsu Ramen with Boba Milk ($13.90 for delivery pre-order, U.P $16.30)
– Suparakki’s Supa Boba Milk Couple Combo – 2X Original Tonkotsu Ramen with Boba Milk ($27.80 for delivery pre-order, U.P $32.80)
– Supasize Family Combo ($40+, U.P $50.50)
Citylink Mall #B1-65 Singapore 039393 (City Hall MRT)
North Point City (South Wing) #B2-154, Singapore 769098 (Yishun MRT)
Westgate #B2-03 Singapore 608532 (Jurong East MRT)
Opening Hours: 10.30am – 9:30pm (Mon – Sun)
* This post is brought to you in partnership with Suparakki Ramen.