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Located in the purple zone and also a corner of Central is Ramen Santouka. This was their first outlet in Singapore. Their second outlet resides in Cuppage Plaza in Orchard Road. Santouka’s founder Hitoshi Hatanaka opened his own ramen shop at Hokkaido in 1988 because he was unsatisfied with all other ramen establishments. Its thin-noodle ramen with elegant broth topped perfectly with mouthwatering slices of char-siu pork and pickled plums gained popularity in Hokkaido immediately. Now in 2015,
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Located in the purple zone and also a corner of Central is Ramen Santouka. This was their first outlet in Singapore. Their second outlet resides in Cuppage Plaza in Orchard Road. 

Santouka’s founder Hitoshi Hatanaka opened his own ramen shop at Hokkaido in 1988 because he was unsatisfied with all other ramen establishments. Its thin-noodle ramen with elegant broth topped perfectly with mouthwatering slices of char-siu pork and pickled plums gained popularity in Hokkaido immediately. Now in 2015, there's outlets of Ramen Santouka all across the globe and my friends even mentioned the outlet in LA, tasted better than the outlet in Singapore!
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Looking through the menu you realize that you get to pick your soup base. Be it, Shoyu (soy sauce flavour), Miso (soybean) , Shio (Salt flavour), or Kara-Miso (spicy soybean at $1 more). 
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The dining area of Ramen Santouka is a rather elongated one, that stretches into the kitchen. The chef is able to see every customer who walks in and walks out. And for every customer that walks out, the chef will say thank you for patronizing them. It is very typical of Japanese ramen shops in Japan to be small and compact, so that the chefs are also able to witness the customer's experience with their ramen.

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I went with my lone favourite Miso. I admit, the bowl looked small, but it was deep. After my first few dips with my chopstick, I realized I was looking at the chance of skipping Beard Papa for desserts later! The broth itself was thick and you could see a thin layer of oil swimming on the top. It wasn't too gerlat, as much I managed to drink quite a bit of the soup. 
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The noodles are the winner here. They are extremely springy. Similar to that of maggie noodles and yet without the waxy exterior that instant noodles give you. The texture of the noodles were consistent throughout the entire serving.  The bambo shoots here were also crunchy and since they absorbed all the flavour from the soup, they sure were tasty!
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The two glorious slices of char siew weren't fatty at all. Instead they were tender pieces of juicy meat, that again, absorbed all the goodness from the soup.

I enjoyed my bowl of ramen as it didn't have me craving for water like the ramen from other competitors which are ladden with MSG leave me.
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2015-10-11 109 views
This is my first visit to the restaurant as the ramen outlet is very strongly recommended.We ordered the Tokusen Toroniku Ramen or Pork Cheek Ramen. Believe this is their signature dish. The Toroniku Cha-shu toppings are served separately from the ramen. Their are about six or seven slices of pork cheeks. The plate of pork cheeks that i got has got a mixture of lean and fat meat.The first bite into the meat was heavenly. It is so succulent, tender, soft, smooth and moist. The texture of the meat
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This is my first visit to the restaurant as the ramen outlet is very strongly recommended.

We ordered the Tokusen Toroniku Ramen or Pork Cheek Ramen. Believe this is their signature dish. The Toroniku Cha-shu toppings are served separately from the ramen. Their are about six or seven slices of pork cheeks. The plate of pork cheeks that i got has got a mixture of lean and fat meat.

The first bite into the meat was heavenly. It is so succulent, tender, soft, smooth and moist. The texture of the meat is so fine that one can say it melts in your mouth. It is so smooth that it is fibre free without much chewing. The spices and the stock that it is cook with just burst onto your tongue.

The ramen and the broth was excellent. Most of the places where I eat ramen it is customarily that I do not finish the broth. Not so at this joint. The bowl was left high and dry. The richness of the pork broth combine with the texture of the ramen makes it an excellent combination. There is no high concentration of msg in their broth.

Throughly enjoyed my first time here and it is definitely good for subsequent visits.
Other Info. : Currently they are having a one for one promotion.
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2014-03-11 149 views
Read from review that it may be one of the best ramen here. Hence I decided to try it during their Anniversary offer for only $3.10 per bowl. The queen was long due to the promotion. I ordered the medium Miso Ramen. The soup episode rice and creamy and very delicious. The noodle is springy and a bit curly. I personally prefer straight ramen. It was serve hot which is good. Some ramen stall serves only Luke warm ramen. The ramen comes with spring onion, Japanese ifs cake, bamboo shoot and 2 thick
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Read from review that it may be one of the best ramen here. Hence I decided to try it during their Anniversary offer for only $3.10 per bowl. The queen was long due to the promotion. I ordered the medium Miso Ramen. The soup episode rice and creamy and very delicious. The noodle is springy and a bit curly. I personally prefer straight ramen. It was serve hot which is good. Some ramen stall serves only Luke warm ramen. The ramen comes with spring onion, Japanese ifs cake, bamboo shoot and 2 thickly sliced char Siew. Overall a good experience. Will cone back again to try the Kara Miso ramen, which I hear is the best and most popular. I was coughing hence did not try the spicy ramen this visit. The view of the restaurant is also wonderful. Overlooking the Clarke quay river
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2014-03-01 70 views
The restaurant is designed in a simplistic authentic Japanese style, in light wooden hues and white backdrop. It emits a warm, serene, cosy ambience that draws diners in. We liked the ceiling-floor glass windows that allows us a lovely view of Clarke Quay / Singapore River, making it a dining-with-a-view concept.I ordered the Spicy Miso Ramen - pork broth with a hearty, rich miso paste, medium-sized wheat noodles, bamboo shoots and jelly ears - the Cha Shu (pork) is made from one certain part of
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The restaurant is designed in a simplistic authentic Japanese style, in light wooden hues and white backdrop. It emits a warm, serene, cosy ambience that draws diners in. We liked the ceiling-floor glass windows that allows us a lovely view of Clarke Quay / Singapore River, making it a dining-with-a-view concept.

I ordered the Spicy Miso Ramen - pork broth with a hearty, rich miso paste, medium-sized wheat noodles, bamboo shoots and jelly ears - the Cha Shu (pork) is made from one certain part of pork back ribs where the meat and fatty portions are well balanced. I added a braised egg.

While the broth, noodles and Cha Shu were rather tasty - the latter lovingly tender as well - we were not very impresed with the Ramen at Santouka. The broth was not spicy contrary to its name and colour. I had to sprinkle a lot of chilli powder on my own to bring out the spicy taste. If one does not want spiciness, the broth itself actually tastes rather sumptuous. It was rather greasy though.

For more detailed information and photos, do visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/01/dinner-at-santouka-ramen.html
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The Roasted Pork Cheek ($19.90) with a bowl of ramen was apparently a popular dish so I decided to go with that the other day. Indeed, the slices of Roasted Pork Cheek were lean and yet so very tender. There was no fatty meat at all yet it tasted so soft and delicious. They were very well braised and I loved the flavour in the meat. You could choose the soup base - shoyu (soya sauce), shio (salt), or miso. I took shoyu because I wanted to try something different from my usual shio. Shoyu was def
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The Roasted Pork Cheek ($19.90) with a bowl of ramen was apparently a popular dish so I decided to go with that the other day. Indeed, the slices of Roasted Pork Cheek were lean and yet so very tender. There was no fatty meat at all yet it tasted so soft and delicious. They were very well braised and I loved the flavour in the meat. You could choose the soup base - shoyu (soya sauce), shio (salt), or miso. I took shoyu because I wanted to try something different from my usual shio. Shoyu was definitely more salty than shio and I think I would stick with shio the next time I come around.

So the next time I came I ordered the Char Siu Ramen ($17.70). We both opted for Shio Ramen this time.

The slices of char siu were definitely more fatty and marbly as compared to the Roasted Pork Cheek. The char siu was still delicious and well-braised but you would not fancy it if you did not like fatty meat. I am not much of a fan of fatty meat so I would prefer the Roasted Pork Cheek. The Shio soup base was also lighter than the shoyu soup base.

For the full post and pictures visit http://toseetofeeltoeat.blogspot.sg/2014/02/santouka-ramen-central.html
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2013-10-04 61 views
We queued for about 30 minutes or so for a table during peak dinner hours; seating is limited and the place is a little stuffy. I had the shio ramen with salmon roe rice and tamago set - soup was a little too salty but the ramen springy; liked the rice as the roe adds flavour to it, and the salmon bits are sufficient. My friend had the miso ramen with tonkatsu and chawanmushi - miso taste was strong and more distinct than the shio soup base. The tonkatsu was rather oily but well breaded. Overall
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We queued for about 30 minutes or so for a table during peak dinner hours; seating is limited and the place is a little stuffy. I had the shio ramen with salmon roe rice and tamago set - soup was a little too salty but the ramen springy; liked the rice as the roe adds flavour to it, and the salmon bits are sufficient. My friend had the miso ramen with tonkatsu and chawanmushi - miso taste was strong and more distinct than the shio soup base. The tonkatsu was rather oily but well breaded. Overall quite average and not worth a queue more than 30 minutes.
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2013-09-29 51 views
This cozy little outlet at The Central serves fantastic Pork Cheeks! Their ramen comes in ‘sizes’, hence if you have a big appetite, you can order the ‘L’ size ramen. I ordered the ‘S’ size ramen and portion of the ramen and pork cheeks are pretty generous. Each slice of pork cheek is well marinated and really tender. However, at times, the pork cheeks are ‘fattier’ and one might find it a little oily. But thankfully, my bowl of spicy ramen and pork cheek are perfect!
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This cozy little outlet at The Central serves fantastic Pork Cheeks! Their ramen comes in ‘sizes’, hence if you have a big appetite, you can order the ‘L’ size ramen. I ordered the ‘S’ size ramen and portion of the ramen and pork cheeks are pretty generous. Each slice of pork cheek is well marinated and really tender. However, at times, the pork cheeks are ‘fattier’ and one might find it a little oily. But thankfully, my bowl of spicy ramen and pork cheek are perfect!

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2013-09-29 43 views
I absolutely love the pork cheek ramen here. The texture of their pork cheeks are so soft and tender, and the flavour is simply stunning. Words really can't describe how these would taste.As for the ramen, I love the texture too. It's firm and chewy, which is just how I enjoy my ramen. Also is not too eggy, which is good.Last visit, had the cold ramen, and it felt a bit strange cause I'm not really used to eating cold ramen noodles. But the flavours were still definitely there... and I loved the
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I absolutely love the pork cheek ramen here. The texture of their pork cheeks are so soft and tender, and the flavour is simply stunning. Words really can't describe how these would taste.

As for the ramen, I love the texture too. It's firm and chewy, which is just how I enjoy my ramen. Also is not too eggy, which is good.

Last visit, had the cold ramen, and it felt a bit strange cause I'm not really used to eating cold ramen noodles. But the flavours were still definitely there... and I loved the pork cheeks and the soya-based sauce that the noodles were cooked in. Would have been nicer if it were warm though.

To see more in-depth and some pictures, check out my blog:

http://www.prischew.com/food/best-japanese-ramen-ramen-santouka/
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2013-09-23 34 views
Ramen Santouka serves one of the best ramen in town. This outlet is always filled with hungry-goers and by 7pm every evening, you have to start queuing. There are a few types of soup bases and all of them are very tasty! I personally like the spicy soup base! Howevdr today i am going to introduce their cold ramen. Happen to see a promotion in one of the coupon deals website. So bought it and and give it a try. This cold ramen is QQ and not over cooked. However the sauce is abit salty, hence do n
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Ramen Santouka serves one of the best ramen in town. This outlet is always filled with hungry-goers and by 7pm every evening, you have to start queuing. There are a few types of soup bases and all of them are very tasty! I personally like the spicy soup base! Howevdr today i am going to introduce their cold ramen. Happen to see a promotion in one of the coupon deals website. So bought it and and give it a try. This cold ramen is QQ and not over cooked. However the sauce is abit salty, hence do not drink it! The garnishes are separated but i mixed them all into my cold ramen and it is delicious! =)
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2013-09-22 30 views
I love Japanese ramen! I have heard about Santouka serve great ramen but never had the opportunity to try it. I went the central to have lunch and spotted Santouka when I was browsing the shop directory at central. It was hidden in a corner if I didn’t read the signs I am sure I won’t be able to find it.Santouka @ The Central is small and cozy. I ordered the Pork Cheek (Tokusen Toroniku) Ramen! The pork cheek literally melt into my mouth! Yummy! Remember to put the pork cheek into the soup to he
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I love Japanese ramen! I have heard about Santouka serve great ramen but never had the opportunity to try it. I went the central to have lunch and spotted Santouka when I was browsing the shop directory at central. It was hidden in a corner if I didn’t read the signs I am sure I won’t be able to find it.
Santouka @ The Central is small and cozy. I ordered the Pork Cheek (Tokusen Toroniku) Ramen! The pork cheek literally melt into my mouth! Yummy! Remember to put the pork cheek into the soup to heat it up!
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Santouka is consistently touted as one of the best ramen places in Singapore and its popularity was clearly evidenced by the queue that was forming when I went there for dinner. Despite the crowd, service was good as the staff were efficient without being brusque. This really is a get in, eat, get out sort of dinner though so if you're looking for a more relaxed pace, you're better off elsewhere. It really is all about the ramen at Santouka. While Santouka really does serve up a good bowl of ram
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Santouka is consistently touted as one of the best ramen places in Singapore and its popularity was clearly evidenced by the queue that was forming when I went there for dinner. Despite the crowd, service was good as the staff were efficient without being brusque. This really is a get in, eat, get out sort of dinner though so if you're looking for a more relaxed pace, you're better off elsewhere. It really is all about the ramen at Santouka.

While Santouka really does serve up a good bowl of ramen, I do think there are better ramen places out there. I've learnt, though, that ramen preferences can be very subjective. So while I found the ramen a bit too chewy on the chewy-springy spectrum, some of my other friends loved it. And while I thought the broth (the Shio broth) was super tasty, some of my other friends thought it was a bit too rich and salty.

But we all did agree that the egg was tasty, though the yolk a bit too gelatinous. And the pork cheek was fantastic and and just the right proportion of fat. The portion is quite large though. So if you're ordering the pork cheek ramen, I would recommend ordering the smaller portion if you don't have a huge appetite.
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Ramen Santouka has different soup bases for the ramen, like shio/shoyu/miso/spicy miso, and they come in three sizes! i love that. i chose the smallest size shoyu ramen ($12.50), and it was just the right size for me! (: loved the robust broth and springy noodles, and i was so full after that! and i loved the tamago!!! it was so delicious *drools*. it's really the very well-executed japanese egg which is slightly more than half-boiled inside (maybe 3/4? haha) so that the yolk is still gooey even
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Ramen Santouka has different soup bases for the ramen, like shio/shoyu/miso/spicy miso, and they come in three sizes! i love that. i chose the smallest size shoyu ramen ($12.50), and it was just the right size for me! (: loved the robust broth and springy noodles, and i was so full after that! and i loved the tamago!!! it was so delicious *drools*. it's really the very well-executed japanese egg which is slightly more than half-boiled inside (maybe 3/4? haha) so that the yolk is still gooey even though the outside is hard boiled.

What i would really recommend though, is the pork cheek ramen! it was SO GOOD. after eating my one pathetic slice of cha shu in my ramen, i tried one slice of my friend's pork cheek. and it was so melt-in-your mouth tender! absolutely delightful! this is THE perfect dish with the broth-noodles-pork cheek-egg coming together in a harmonious blend of delicious flavours and you will not regret having this ;)
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Specially went to try out Santouka's famous pork cheek ramen. Indeed, it live up to its name! The ramen were authentic and the soup base is good too. eating this makes me feel like I'm back to Japan. The main highlight is actually the pork cheek, which literally melts in my mouth!! too awesome. The noodles were very chewy too. Added a chawanmushi too and the steam egg were nicely flavored. A perfect meal to me. nothing to be unhappy about.However, do prepared to queue during peak meal hours. I d
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Specially went to try out Santouka's famous pork cheek ramen. Indeed, it live up to its name! The ramen were authentic and the soup base is good too. eating this makes me feel like I'm back to Japan. The main highlight is actually the pork cheek, which literally melts in my mouth!! too awesome. The noodles were very chewy too. Added a chawanmushi too and the steam egg were nicely flavored. A perfect meal to me. nothing to be unhappy about.

However, do prepared to queue during peak meal hours. I don't remember they make reservation. But i gotta say it is worth the time queuing!
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Santouka is tied with Nantsuttei for the top tasting Ramen shops I've tried so far. Today, the shio ramen we had has maintained it's standards. The tonkotsu (pork bone broth) soup base is very flavorful with the right amount of saltiness combined with the sweetness from the pork bones. The hakata type of ramen is also cooked till the noodles are just springy. I prefer thinner noodles for my ramen, hence this suits me very well. Today's ramen egg is also of the type of consistency I like, with th
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Santouka is tied with Nantsuttei for the top tasting Ramen shops I've tried so far. Today, the shio ramen we had has maintained it's standards. The tonkotsu (pork bone broth) soup base is very flavorful with the right amount of saltiness combined with the sweetness from the pork bones. The hakata type of ramen is also cooked till the noodles are just springy. I prefer thinner noodles for my ramen, hence this suits me very well. Today's ramen egg is also of the type of consistency I like, with the egg yolk runny within. There's only a small piece of pork cha shu given which had a bit of fat in it which melts in your mouth. Can't really complain about the taste of my Ramen today. However, I was let down by the service I experienced.

Since we have been to Santouka so many times before (but not recently), my hubby assumed that the menu has not changed. Hence, he just sat down and ordered 2 bowls of shio ramen with an extra egg each - our regular and favorite order. Now, I was at the ladies so I couldn't provide my input. Later, once I'm back at my seat, he said, "Funny, the waitress asked me if I wanted a regular or large bowl". He thought regular should be what we've always had and that the large bowl might be an up-sized version so he ordered 2 regular bowls. We quickly flipped through the menu to check and realized to our horror that the new "regular" bowl is actually a smaller version! In fact, the "large bowl" is the regular size we were used to, but the price for it has now increased. Perhaps they offered these 2 sizes so they could make changes (i.e. price increases) to the menu? Since my hubby made the order about 2-3 mins ago, we frantically waved to the waitress to get her attention so that we can make changes to our order in time.

The waitress came over and indicated that she'll take the order from the next table first even though we were rather anxious. Well, after that, she then entertained our request to make the changes to our order to the large bowls. She went back to the chef, then came back and told us that "The chef has just started to cook your order, you cannot change it anymore". Now, that's why we wanted her attention so urgently earlier! If she just spared a few seconds to listen to us and make the change first, then this wouldn't have happened!

My hubby was angry because the two tiny bowls of ramen were not enough for us. Granted, the taste of the ramen was as good as before - it's one of my favorite ramen stalls. However, that cannot compensate for the bitter aftertaste we have in our mouths from the bad experience with the waitress. I'm hoping this is a one-off situation. I'll probably give it another try when I'm in a more forgiving mood.

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2013-08-10 23 views
Many of my friends have been raving about Ramen Santouka for the longest time ever, and so I decided to give it a try when I was at Central. A bowl of ramen costs about $14, pretty standard, and the portion was also alright. I chose the shoyu ramen, in which the soup base is made from pork broth and soy sauce. It was a little too salty like most ramen, but it's comparatively better than certain stalls in ramen champion at bugis. Didn't like it that they don't include tamago (egg), and you'll hav
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Many of my friends have been raving about Ramen Santouka for the longest time ever, and so I decided to give it a try when I was at Central. A bowl of ramen costs about $14, pretty standard, and the portion was also alright. I chose the shoyu ramen, in which the soup base is made from pork broth and soy sauce. It was a little too salty like most ramen, but it's comparatively better than certain stalls in ramen champion at bugis. Didn't like it that they don't include tamago (egg), and you'll have to add on for it.
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