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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
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Review (8)
Level3 2013-10-19
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Well honestly, the first impression of my first spoon of the ramen was the bounciness of the noodles. They were kinda, literally, bouncy or springy, if you know what I mean Ordered the Komi Tsuke-Men ($13.50), which was actually cold dipping noodles in citrus soy-sauce soup. I like cold noodles but I was quite surprised that the soup is actually hot. I usually dip cold noodles into cold soup, a hot soup kinda defeats the purpose of having cold noodles. Anyway, I still enjoyed the noodles while the soup was alright. I would rather have the hot soupy ramen instead, like the one my friend had. It was a fish-based soy sauce ramen ($13.50), the soup was flavourful and yet not too salty. But the credit, again, goes to the noodles.We had Gyoza for sides to share. It was good too, not too oily with enough filling while the skin was not too thick. Overall, I would compliment the place for their noodles and the affordable pricing. There are many varieties in the menu to choose from too. I can see that there were quite a number of Japanese slurrping up ramen here, so I reckon that the ramen here is really up to par. I can't wait to return to this place for my hot ramen fix ^^ continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-20
16 views
A small but popular ramen outlet near to the lift of the hotel.One can see the cook doing the cooking while sitting indoor. There is also outdoor seating available.There is various sauces such vinegar, soyu, chilli powder to help yourself to.Komi Tsuke-men ($13.50)Dipping noodles with Citrus Soy Sauce SoupThe soup is served hot and tastes quite tangy like Yuzu Ponzu Sauce. Too bad I am not eating shabu shabu here. The noodle soaks up the flavours of the soup real well and chewy. The flavoured egg is quite flavourful on it own, but abit too salty for me.Pan Fried Dumpling with Perilla Leaf ($6.50)Quite an interesting dumpling with the leaf wrapping around the minced meat. Somemore the leaf tastes like basil to me, which could a bit strong for some. continue reading
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Level3 2012-01-28
30 views
Came across this Japanese Ramen store when i was browsing through a magazine, so decided to give it a try...From Clarke Quay MRT, will take you at least a 15min walk in order to reach the Gallery Hotel. but good thing is that along the way you can pass by The Central, Clarke Quay and Liang Court... you can also take pictures when you passby all the bridges. Advice to go to this ramen place in the evening or else you will sure sweat when walking under the sun.they have two separate dining area to the restaurant, one is more like a restaurant another is more like a fast food store concept.Miso Tonkotsu (ramen is nice, juice sweet corns, but the miso soup is rather salty for me tastebud, not sure if is their way to prepare the braised eggs the egg yolk is almost cooked not like other ramen store's half cooked or watery kind)Gokubuto Miso (I like the thick soup base! but dun like the thick ramen, it feels like you are eating the flat yellow thick noodles from those chinese noodles store., i think i will prefer to eat with normal size ramen)Shi-so Gyoza (very crispy outside)after all, it is a nice place to visit, and you can have a nice stroll back to the MRT station along the riverside with your partner =) continue reading
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Level4 2011-10-30
32 views
After hearing so much about this place ,We decided to come here for a try This place doesn’t accept reservations – you have to get there the moment they open if you want to secure a table without waiting in lineThe noodles -springy and have a great texture and bite to them. I absolutely hate mushy noodles so these were perfect for me.Soup base-It pretty oily but it was thick and heartyExpect long queues if you don’t get there within 15 mins of when it opens continue reading
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Level2 2011-09-08
18 views
After traveling around Asian countries and trying different JP ramen from countries like JP, HK, TW, SG, China and Korea. I do not find this ramen restaurant any special, compared to different ramen places in SG. The food quality is not bad, and the soup (the soul of ramen) is cooked with good ingredients.Please get your GPS and precise address when you decide to go there because it's not easy to locate the shop. continue reading
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