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Arriving by Bus: #2/12/33/130/133/960, Bustop Name: Bugis Junction, Bustop No.: 01119. Arriving by Train: EW12 Bugis MRT Exit C. Nearest Carpark: Bugis Junction Carpark (Basement). continue reading
All Branches (14)
Telephone
6333 9512
Introduction
Ajisen Ramen was founded in Kumamoto, Japan in 1968 and now has expanded with more than 700 shops worldwide. Famous for its rich Tonkotsu soup (pork broth) which captures the essence after hours of boiling, Ajisen offers a wide variety of ramen which caters to customers of all ages. continue reading
Good For
Kids-Friendly
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 22:00
Mon - Fri
11:30 - 22:00
Sat - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Group Gathering
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
http://www.ajisen.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Aso Ramen Beef Ramen Chicken Teriyaki Ramen Cuttlefish Baked Cheese Rice
Review (8)
Level1 2014-08-26
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Lunched there on a weekday afternoon at 1pm with my brother. Got one weekday lunch set each with sides of fried toufu and a drink each. He got the char shu ramen and I got the Kumamoto ramen (had char shu and braised lean pork). Was pretty alright for the price that we paid but nothing spectacular.  Not bad for a lunch deal. They had the new ebi tonkatsu ramen menu for people who are fans of prawns. continue reading
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Level3 2013-07-22
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Ajisen Ramen at Bugis Junction is tucked away at a corner at the far end. It's a rather small branch with the seats small and very close to each other. Still quite okay if you are just looking to eat and go.Decided to give Paiku Ramen a try today as it was listed on the menu as a recommended item.The Paiku is pieces of deep fried pork ribs, very flavorful and not too hard.. quite easy to peel from the bones. I think I really like it although it's a tack salty. Recommended!I love Ajisen's chewy ramen so no complains there.. but the soup base is rather salty today.Also upgraded my ramen to a set and got a plate of Agedashi Tofu to go with it.I usually love Agedashi Tofus, but I dont recommend to get their Agedashi Tofu here. The skin of the tofu completely just peel away when soaked and they dont give any radish. All Agedashi Tofu should come with radish in my opinion. The sauce is also too salty and when the tofu skin gets soaked in it, it's almost too salty to be edible. continue reading
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Level3 2013-06-24
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Was at Bugis Junction for some GSS sale shopping and decided to visit Ajisen Ramen for dinner.There wasnt much crowd even though it was a weekend evening. We were seated almost immediately and got our food pretty fast.For myself, I ordered the Curry Pork Ramen set with Ebi Fry ala cart.The Ajisen standard was there as usual, springy and chewy ramen noodles. The soup was flavorful with hint of curry powder taste. Not too spicy but is a little too salty for my taste.The Ebi Fry was great, crispy without being oily. Tastes great when dipped into the soup It was a satisfying meal, but would have been better if the soup base is not so salty. continue reading
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Level3 2013-04-17
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My friend who love Ramen brought me there yesterday.The food is quite normal. But feel the staffs are unfriendly.They served us to take seat first and let us see their menu.But then, nobody come & check or watch out to catch again for meal order even there's not crowded totally.Also it's weekdays late dinner time, not peak hr.I ordered the Bento meal set with white fish, costs $13.9.Taste is okay. It came with rice, squid, toafu, egg and prawn in set. No more drink with set so, we added each Pepsi, most of drinks with soda that we don't like.Fried soft shell crab is quite nice.My friend ate Spicy Ramen, she said taste is a bit salty.When we go to pay bill, also no body at cashier and had to ask them to collect again continue reading
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Level4 2013-03-25
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In case you are wondering what Krakotoa is... It is actually a volcano a that erupted i think in 1888 or something... I was never fond of Japanese Food especially if its a cold dish... to me it is just not my kind of thing... It may be steak for some of you but it could be also be potatoes for some. There was this stall back awhile ago that i ate and i cant forget...Anyways... just to make it clear... Ramen is probably the only japanese food that i will actually consume... I tried the volcano ramen if i remember correctly coz of the spice... It was a little bit spicy... though its put as volcano... but i guess i was fine with that... Not much complains with the surroundings but being a big sized guy, i would maybe require a bigger stool... One thing to comment though is that the egg is really nice.... continue reading
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