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Dashi Master Marusaya

JT introduced JP and I to his latest haunt, Dashi Master Marusaya, today. Opened a little less than 2 months ago in the Robertson Quay area, this Japanese restaurant is the latest incarnation of the now-defunct Dashi Master Marusaya Udon that was located in Lau Pa Sat. Marusaya is a Tokyo-based wholesaler of aged dried […]

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“Go to Hell” Ramen by Buta God at Ramen Champion, Bugis+

Buta God, is an cool Ultimate Ramen Champion 2013 contender to check out. “Buta” is Japanese for pig so I guess they’ve called themselves Pig God because they specialise in pork ramen. Although I love spicy food, I prefer Tonkotsu Ramen to Spicy Ramen but I must say, Buta God sure has a way of marketing their spicy Ramen. I […]

Hakata Ikkousha Ramen at CHIJMES

Ramen restaurant, Hakata Ikkousha, derives its name from a city called Hakata (birthplace of Tonkotsu Ramen) in Fukuoka and the expression ‘Ikkousha’ which means ‘one happy place’. Chef Kousuke Yoshimura opened his first Hakata Ikkousha in Daimyo, Fukuoka, and chose this name because he wanted to “bring happiness to all the people”. An interesting motto isn’t it? 3 […]

Ramen Kagetsu Arashi at The Cathay

Ramen Kagetsu Arashi (also known as Kagetsu Ramen) recently added two new dishes, Ginjiro Ramen and Itameshi Dry Curry Rice, to its menu. I was invited to sample them last Friday evening. Ginjiro Ramen @ S$13.90 The Ginjiro Ramen is apparently a very popular dish at Ramen Kagetsu Arashi’s Japanese and Taiwanese outlets. The Tonkotsu-based […]

Ramen Bari-Uma at Tanglin Shopping Centre

Last month, I was invited to a tasting at Ramen Bari-Uma, another Japanese chain to set up shop in Singapore. Hailing from Hiroshima, Ramen Bari-Uma’s Singapore branch is located in the basement of  Tanglin Shopping Centre. Ajitama-Uma Ramen @ S$15 Ramen in Pork-flavoured soup (Tonkotsu broth) with Ajitama (flavoured egg) & thick-cut Aburi (seared) Chashu Ramen […]

A Noodle Story, Singapore-style Ramen

If you’re a major noodle lover, A Noodle Story‘s a hawker stall worth checking out. Started by a duo of noodle lovers, who trained together at Shatec, the stall is the realisation of their dream to sell a premium noodle dish at an affordable price. Using modern culinary techniques and through re-engineering of classic hawker flavours, the intrepid […]

Bubbling Hot Pot of Ramen @ Waraku

I’ve been a loyal fan of Waraku, a Japanese family-friendly chain restaurant, for many years. I like Waraku for their large variety of dishes at reasonable prices, good food and good service. On the few occasions when the food was lacking, the service staff were diligent in gathering feedback and offering options such as replacing […]

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