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Introduction
Miharu's hallmark is its Sapporo style miso ramen made with archetypal curly noodles, spring onion and bamboo shoots. continue reading
Signature Dishes
Tokusen Miso Miso Tonkotsu Tokusen Ton Shio
Review (2)
Level4 2016-10-06
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The outlet was located at the far end of the mall. The place was not crowded on Friday nite, when compared to its neighbouring restaurants. There was lots of seats available but I was showed to a counter seat. Iced water was served here.Miso Tonkotsu Ramen ($14.80++)Rich miso pork flavoured with fried garlic oilThe soup was flavourful with strong garlic taste, but a bit too salty for me. The noodles was a bit harder than what I was used to.Xiao Long Bao ($7++)The name of this dish was written in Japanese but the aunty who took my order told me it was xiao long bao. It looked like little balls of dumplings, with pan fried bottoms which reminded one of gyoza. The skin was thicker than gyoza, more like the chinese style handmade dumplings. Inside it was packed with minced meat and soup, similar to xiao long bao. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
 I have been going to Miharu when it was in Mohamand Sultan and now it has been moved to Millenia Walk.  Why it is such a place worth a visit is because it offers authentic Sapporo ramen in Singapore.  There are a variety of ramen in different places in Japan and in Hokkaido because of it's cold weather the soup base is always those creamy pork or very thick ones.  Miharu keeps this style and offers thick soup based ramen, like the one I shared here the seafood miso soup (no. 11 on the menu).  It's so delicious because it really gives the 'umami' taste and you might not be able to resist in drinking all its soup.  The choice of noodles also facilitate the thick soup attached to it.  The thoughtfulness of these reflected the detailed mind of the chef in matching the soup and the noodles.Also it's gyoza is quite a signature dish as its close to Japanese taste with a slightly crispy bottom and soft,thin and tender skin.  Yummy!That's why you shouldn't surprised when you go there during weekends filled with Japanese. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)