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Introduction
Ajisen Ramen was found at Kumamoto, Japan in 1968. The hallmark of its dishes is the typical ramen doused in Tonkotsu soup - known to impede aging. continue reading
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Restaurant Website
http://www.ajisen.com.sg/
Review (3)
Level2 2014-04-09
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After picking my mom and brother from the airport and leaving their luggage, I decided to go to marina bay and have some lunch before making any sightseeing  in the vicinity of Marina Bay Sand   My brother love Seafood so I order him a crayfish ramen, the soup is so rich and the egg just righ   My mom order the teriyaki set meal complete with rice, miso soup and pickle ginger.  The pickle ginger here is much darker as we seen in the Philippines whic is mostly pink in color    My order of Beef Ramen. Beef is super tender and soup is also rich and delicious; which is just perfect for me. The serving are big      The table setting is really beautiful and clean. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-26
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Looking for something affordable but not interested in dining at the fancy up-market restaurants along Marina Bay? No worries, there is Rasapura Masters at MBS serving hawker fares, though its prices may be marked up somewhat due to its location.Regardless I had dinner there and along with my mum ordered ramen. She had the seafood ramen while I had the volcano ramen. The latter is aptly named since, as you can see from the picture, the centre of the bowl has one huge dollop of chilli paste on it. Thus making the whole ramen very spicy, perfect for people who enjoy spicy food.One bowl of ramen cost around $12 which I think is pretty reasonable compared to the ones you get at restaurants and so it’s a fair price to pay. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-04
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The spicy also ramen at $7.90 comes in a big bowl to satisfy hungry stomachs. Here you do not get to customize your preferred level of spiciness. The noodles were nice and springy, submerged by a medium spicy broth. It was served with crunchy bean sprouts, shredded kelp, spicy minced pork, garlic chips and half a braised egg. Reasonable value for a posh place like MBS Shoppes. continue reading
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