Japanese noodle soup or ramen is a classic comfort food in Singapore. Wherever you are in the country, you are never far from a heartwarming bowl of ramen. Different places do it differently. There are different influences and varieties of it. For instance, you have salty miso ramen which originates from Sapporo in Japan and Tokyo-style ramen which has noodles that are thinner and dark, soy-chicken broth. There’s also Hakata ramen; a rich, creamy broth that is served with thin noodles, cooked al-dente.
Wherever you are in Singapore, foodpanda magazine makes it easy to find the best ramen with the following guide.
⓵ Ramen Champion
A taste of this restaurant’s Buta God’s God Ramen will make you feel like you have died and gone to heaven. This signature Tokyo-style ramen is made with re-poached egg and sukiyaki pork. You’ll also like Ikkyu’s Special Black Tonkotsu Ramen made with black garlic pork bone broth, juicy pork and topped with seasoned ramen egg.
Where to find it: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, Great World City
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⓶ Ramen Ten-Shin Tokyo
One serving of these ramen dishes will not be enough. One option is Teriyaki Beef Dry Ramen, topped with tender slices of Teriyaki beef and a garnish of spring onions. Others are Super Spicy Ramen which is cooked in a very spicy sauce and Tom Yum Beef Ramen cooked in Tom Yum soup and served with beef and an egg on top.
Where to find it: 14 Scotts Road, #01-22, Far East Plaza
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⓷ Ramen Ginza
Here, you can sample chicken salt ramen will give you a taste of the flavors of South East Kyushu, Japan. You can also enjoy fish Tonkotsu which is ramen noodles made with fish broth, topped with fish fillet and your choice of vegetable add-ons. You can also have cold ramen, a bowl of cooked, cooled noodles flavored with soy vinaigrette and topped with your choice of vegetable add-ons and a poached egg. Kimchi and furikake are also added for more flavor.
Where to find it: 18 Raffles Quay, Telok Ayer Market
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⓸ Oishi Curry Rice & Ramen
This curry specialist will delight your taste buds with chicken curry ramen cooked with chicken broth and topped with delectable chicken curry. You can also have Ebi Fry Curry Ramen made following the popular Japanese recipe for Ebi fry which is large prawns, breaded with Japanese-style breadcrumbs before being deep fried or pork cutlet curry ramen served with pork cutlet curry and vegetable add-ons.
Where to find it: 500 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, #02-30 Hdb Hub
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⓹ Shin Sapporo Ramen
A top choice here is Shin-Sapporo Miso Ramen, a rich miso blend in a salty broth that comes with curly Sapporo noodles. It has a topping of sweet corn, crunchy vegetables, and the restaurant’s popular egg. There’s also Kuro Tonkotsu Ramen which has the enticing aroma of black garlic oil. It is served with thin, firm and straight, Hakata noodles, that famous egg, crisp vegetables and some yakibuta.
Hakata Tonkotsu Ramen is rich, creamy pork bone broth served with thin Hakata noodles and the same vegetable toppings is also delectable. It is served with that popular egg, yakibuta, and a mix of vegetables. It is an ideal choice who of those who like hearty, filling soup. Purists will love Cha-Shu Ramen. It is an authentic version dish served with four slices of tenderly done yakibuta and negi served over aromatic shoyu broth.
Where to find it: 460 Alexandra Rd, 02-23 Alexandra Retail Centre
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Find more Ramen options from foodpanda’s list of Japanese restaurants in Singapore ♠.