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Telephone
6861 1075
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
10:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master 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 (24)
Level4 2014-03-15
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Bought the spicy pork ramen set from this Ajisen outlet today.  For merely $12.90 per set, I get to enjoy a bowl of ramen, and one side dish and a cup of cold ice tea.  Ramen was very chewy and not soggy, and the soup base is very thick, spicy and flavourful.  love the pork meat inside which is soft and tender as well.  As for the fried chicken wing, is juicy for the meat but abit dry and oily on the outer layer.  Green tea is cooling and refreshing.  The restaurant is cosy and comfortable, service is fast and friendly too. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-15
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Famous of Japanese Ramen, my roommate was its top fan. I know their signature dish was fair Tonkotsu soup, using the unique culinary method to ensure all flavours were sealed into the broth. It was healthy and affordable restaurant in Singapore.Browsing their menu, I decide to have this. Went along with the valuable set, it costed $17.90++ where you can get a complimentary drink and side dish. Talking about the soup, it was heavenly thick and rich. I like Miso soup to go along with Ramen, their food was up to standard. Portion was okay, Crayfish was given generously huge. By now, I understand why my roommate so fancy about Ajisen. I am going to try their other food next round. continue reading
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Level3 2013-10-02
52 views
Order a spicy char siew ramen set for lunch together with scallops sushi and ice lemon tea. Ramen was tasty as the noodles was soft and smooth. Soup base was good and mixed well together with the chilli. Char siew is tasty as is soft and tender. Scallops sushi was just acceptable as is not well done as in wrapping it up and rice doesn't have much taste for it. Total spent for it is $13.90 continue reading
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Level2 2013-08-07
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Ajisen Ramen has always been my favorite. Despite of the ramen that are famous and need to queue for a long time, I would prefer this Ajisen Ramen instead. with all the different kinds of ramen served here, I would recommend Volcano Ramen for those who favor for spicy ramen. myself I will always choose Pork Curry Ramen which the curry is not that bland that makes me can eat the whole bowl. Another one that I would recommend is Pork Shabu Tom Yam Ramen if you like tom yam flavor. I don't prefer the bento set here because ramens are nicer than the rice here. Unfortunately they don't have the omurice sets here which has always been my favorite besides the ramen. It is really worth to get the ramen set which start from $13.90. You can eat the ramen, drink (ice lemon tea/hot/ice green tea), and side dish which we can use from the menu. The serving was pretty fast and we really enjoyed eating there. Will come again as a frequent visitor. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-27
40 views
Happy Vesak holiday! I went to Ajisen for lunch today to catch up with my friend. We are at feasta located in JP2. There are a few stalls that catered to different kind of food from different countries. Intially, my friend and i decided to go to the korea stall beside Ajisen, but we enter the wrong stall unknowingly until the menu was served to us! So no choice, we did decided to stay! Browsing through the menu and we selected some food! One of it is the ala carte fried tofu! The tofu was tasteless but was sauce it was quite awesome! Other than that, the small pieces of seaweed helps to improve on the overall appearance. Nice food! The price of the food costs $3.90 each, well the portion was small. There is only 2 pieces of fried tofu on one plate! But i think it is just right cause we will get sick of fried food if we ate too much of it. continue reading
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