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Telephone
6636 3460
Introduction
At RamenPlay, everyday is considered a "playday" as the restaurant constantly pushes the creative envelope to create new flavours and concepts to enhance customers' dining experience of enjoying traditional ramen. The menu is presented in a lively magazine style with unique choices to provide new and exciting selections for our customers. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:30-22:00
Mon-Thu
11:30-21:30
Fri
11:30-22:00
Sat-Sun
11:00-22:00
Public Holiday
11:00-22:00
Public Holiday Eve
11:30-22:00
Payment Method
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.ramenplay.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Butariki Ishinabe Sanpou Ramen Toroniku Double Soup Ramen
Review (5)
Level4 2012-07-26
I simply love the unagi soup rice set at ramen play. The unagi they use is simply delicious. you can taste the freshness of it. normally prefer my unagi not in soup form but ever since I tried their unagi in soup form. I have fallen for it. the soup is absolutely tasty. Not too salty. The soup and unagi goes really well with the white rice. I strongly recommend this dish! continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-23
We wanted to find a good place to chat and eat. We decided to give a try at Ramenplay. The restaurant was cosy & nice! The menu itself looks so delicious, ordered quite a few items. I am curious to see how good or bad the ramen will be, so i ordered their chashu ramen.Some pan fried gyoza. Nice! Every mouthful is great, in between the thin crispy skin are sweet juicy meat. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-20
If you like the more creamy and sweet version for your soup base when you having your japanese ramen, this version selling here at RamenPlay will be an ideal choice for you. At first look, you can really see the creamyness of the soup base. Besides, the ramen, also known as the thick noodles, are also chewy and smooth too. Lots of seaweeds and cabbage can be found in it which make it a more healthier choice for everyone. Two thumbs up! continue reading
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Level1 2012-05-08
Went there for dinner with sister. I ordered Cha Shu Miso Ramen. When the ramen was served, it looks so tempting. First bite, it was piping hot. The soup base was thick, tasty and not overly salty. It came with 5 slices of cha shu (pork slices) which very thinly sliced. I like the egg yolk, it was different from normal egg outside. The egg whites nicely cooked. The noodles was chewy and springy. All mixed up together was a good combination. Overall, the ramen was good. continue reading
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My first time that I tried this under Breadtalk group branch Ramenplay.Ordering things and names that looks interesting - and heavily relying on pictures on the menu, I ordered the meat in bamboo (forgot the name it was in japanese), calpis drink as recommended by my friend which was very refreshing with the soft hint of the yogurt milk sense and sweetness of the pink syrup, and the spring rolls in transparency.Whatever picture they enlarge, I just picked that Different than most japanese menus (aside from the ramen of course) is this mixed egg and steamed meat in the bamboo. Eaten by scooping the meat on your spoon and dipping it to the raw egg (totally new yes) it had this sweet and then creamy texture to it as you dip it to the middle of the egg yolk. I would irk out but this one was actually sweeeeet!The spring colls were deliberately fresh and ultra crunchy with the vegetables inside, it was really full up wrapping on the sides, and with the non-spicy chilli ala Thai it was just mmmh mmmmh. It was a healthier option as it was not fried, but just an original wrap.Definitely back for more of these two interesting fusions which I felt like the rolls wasn't so Japanese continue reading
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