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Telephone
6336 7456
Introduction
Premises formerly occupied under the name of Daikokuya, Menya Koji continues to specialise in ramen dishes in a contemporary and relaxing atmosphere. Alongside ramen, Menya Koji features a variety of tempting dishes such as gyoza (pan-fried dumplings), appetizers and Japanese curry rice. It is a great place to enjoy ramen with some side dishes and a few drinks of sake or shochu. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 22:00
Mon - Thu
11:30 - 22:00
Fri - Sat
11:30 - 22:30
Sun
11:30 - 22:00
Payment Methods
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Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
http://www.daikoku-ten.com
Review (9)
Level3 2016-11-12
137 views
Went basement of City hall, there are many nice food. Visit this resturant for ramen. The environment is simulate like Japan seating arrangement and traditional furniture. Start to order their signature seafood miso ramen and Sapporo special miso ramen. The wait is consider fast about 10mins. The ramen soup is sweet, thick and taste great. The ramen mee is spongy and mixed well with the soup. Topping with Char sie, half boiled eggs and corns. The seafood ramen was also topped with big clams, prawns, vegetables etc. both are slightly spicy and fulling for normal person. I loved the soup texture that make me sweat too. Will back again again next time. continue reading
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Level3 2014-12-22
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Ordered the Daikokuya Ramen and Spicy Miso Ramen. Like all good ramen, the soup is thick and flavourful. The Daikokuya ramen tasted saltier than the Spicy miso ramen in my opinion. Using tonkotsu pork base, the ramen is firm in texture and comes with kirobuta pork belly, marinated boiled egg and other garnishes like leek and spring onions. The pork is tough to bite. The spicy miso soup tastes appetising and not too spicy. You can choose to add more egg or garnishes at additional cost. The restaurant is small and comfortable. Waiting time for food took not more than 15 minutes. continue reading
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Since we had been eating at the same old places in Raffles City, we decided to try some other restaurant instead and in the end, decided to eat at a Japanese Restaurant, “Daikokuya (大黑屋)”This was a small restaurant located at one side of the shopping mall and most of the tables and seats are quite close to each other. We were quite lucky as we were allocated with a table as soon as we entered the restaurant. The staff are all very busy due to dinner peak hours and there were people starting to form a queue outside while we are ordering our dishes.This Ramen was stated as one of the Chef’s recommendation Ramen in the menu but when it is being served to me, I felt that it was very much like those hawker / coffeeshop handmade noodle texture and taste. The ramen is being served with a few ingredients including boiled egg added onto it and a bowl of soup. I would say not a bad dish to try though there should be some better ramen within these menu.Ramen tasted something like those instant noodles (More QQ texture) being added to a salad dish with some mayonnaise cream added onto it. The overall taste was quite refreshing and acceptable for the first time but it seems to be quite oily from the mayonnaise cream after you were nearly finishing the food. Would prefer if they add those 0% fat salad sauce instead of cream sauce. continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-16
29 views
My friend and I were shopping at Raffles City and he recommended me to try this Ramen restaurant at the basement food hall. The queue was short and we were seated within 15 minutes.I ordered the Sapporo Miso Ramen, the price was similar to other ramen restaurant at about $15. The Sapporo Miso Ramen had a piece of char siew and an hot spring egg. The miso based soup was not as thick and flavourful as other Ramen restaurants, it was light. The char siew though only given one piece, was rather big in size. It was not as fatty and tasted slightly braised. The noodle was cooked just right and was springy in texture.Overall, I prefer a thicker Ramen soup, hence this Ramen restaurant was not suitable for me. continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-03
48 views
Mentai Mayo Sushi (6 pcs) - $6.80As we were pretty hungry, we ordered a side dish while waiting for the mains to come. I have this soft spot for mentai ~ anything with mentai or called mentai something in most places are pretty yummy. And so we ordered the item in the menu with mentai lor, knowing well that it would mean addition burden to the weight as it can be categorized as fatty food ~_~"As expected, mentai never disappoint me and the pricing was pretty decent too! =) Beef Curry Rice - $16.80I must say, the beef was pretty good ~ tender & juicy! Visit http://fun-hideout.blogspot.sg/2012/01/daikokuya.html to read more & see photos! continue reading
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