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6253 6066
RamenPlay is a collaboration between Singapore’s BreadTalk Group Limited and Sanpou Co. Ltd, whose distinguished name in Japan is synonymous with quality ramen for almost 50 years. The stock is prepared with choice cuts of specially-imported soft pork bones, pork sinew, and a secret recipe of spices which have been gently simmered for more than 12 hours. RamenPlay aims to deliver a totally refreshing and unique ramen dining experience in a welcoming setting. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:00 - 22:30
Mon - Thu
11:00 - 22:00
Fri - Sat
11:00 - 22:30
11:00 - 22:00
Public Holiday Eve
11:00 - 22:30
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Signature Dishes
Bamboo Chicken Butariki Ishinabe Sanpou Ramen Toroniku Double Soup Ramen Umani Ramen Unagi Toji Set
Review (2)
Level3 2013-09-10
Business is very thriving at this outlet. Even at 8+pm, the whole restaurant is still buzzing with business full of patrons walking in. Be sure to wait up to 15 minutes at least before getting serve by the attendance. If you are a takoyaki ball lover like me, you would really enjoy the Ramenplay Crispy Dango. Ramenplay Crispy Dango is made up of mouth-watering crispy chicken balls topped with mayonnaise and plum sauce. Sure to spice up your meal and add on a different flavour to the usual ramen meal. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level4 2013-04-08
My friend raved about the new Ramen Play outlet at Novena Square which now occupies the space vacated by Long John Silver. We dropped by on a weekday to check out the place, which resembled an open concept dining hall in a university hostel. It was not crowded since there are five or six ramen restaurants above Novena MRT. Service was brisk and friendly.The rice paper spring rolls that my friend recommended had been sold out so we settled on the lobster salad wraps ($4.20++ for 3pcs) whick were ok but unremarkable. I ordered the ChaShu Tonkotsu Ramen $12.80++ - my usual item for first time visit to benchmark the taste and quality of the restaurant's ramen. My dish arrived in a pretty Japanese style ceramic bowl. Presentation was nice, with half an onsen egg perched on top, but unfortunately the ramen and the soup were run of the mill, below par for a ramen specialist. The chashu was not bad but sliced too thinly. The ramen was alright but not Q enough for my liking. I was disappointed with the soup which had a layer of oil floating on top; the broth was runny, lacked depth and flavour, and on the salty side. I was relieved I did not order their signature ChaShu Shoyu Ramen - if the tonkotsu broth was so salty, the shoyu soup base should be worse.For dessert we tried the imported brown rice ice cream ($4.20++), this was nice with a mild nutty flavour. Overall, an ok but unexceptional meal at $20 per head without drinks. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)