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Telephone
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Introduction
Tonkotsu Kazan originates from Osaka, Japan. Tonkotsu Kazan makes use of the best ingredients and simmer these ingredients for a long time to get the pork broth, which is used in their ramen. Their signature dish is the Ishiyaki Ramen (hot stone roast ramen). continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 22:30
Mon - Thu
11:00 - 22:30
Fri - Sat
11:00 - 03:00
Sun
11:00 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.tonkotsukazan.com/
Signature Dishes
Chashu Karamiso Ramen Chashu Shio Ramen Chashu Shio Ramen Hot Stone Fried Rice Ishiyaki Ramen Kazan Ramen
Review (9)
Level1 2015-08-20
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the ramen is put into a huge clay pot with a funnel on top. The pot has been heated.Then pour the soup into the pot and the heat cooks the noodles with sizzling heat.The funnel allows the steam to escape and 5 mins later you can eat. Still you may want to wait .The soup is very hot.  One flavoured egg is given and 4 hard boiled eggs are on the table if you want them. The set comes with a free drink. Very delicious and filling for one person. continue reading
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Level3 2014-11-30
39 views
This is my no. 1 ramen stalls in Singapore. I frequent the restaurant at least 2-3 times a month. A metal "hood" is placed above the hot stone ramen to retain its flavours while it is being cooked with its hot soup. Very generous helping of vegetables & the soup is refillable! Comes with complimentary hard boil egg to go with the ramen as well. We were given a small bowl of rice to be added into the hot soup after finishing the ramen. Best of both worlds isn't it? esp for those who can't decide to eat ramen or rice ;)The soup is very flavourful (a bit salty though). Most of their staffs were Japanese, they were very friendly & efficient. We highly recommend this ramen restaurant, definitely yummy ramen & value for $! =) continue reading
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Level4 2014-06-18
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Hot Stone Japanese Rice with Pork and Kimchi ($10.00). If you have tried before the Korean bibimbap, this should not seem funny to you. Mix it up, and you can on the mushy rice, and flavorful sauce.Kazan Shoyu ($18.00 for regular, $15.00 for small). I had wanted to follow the steps and do it myself. But crew was faster than me, and I only got the chance to sit back and watched.Crew first poured the broth into the stone bowl, and covered it with a funnel-like. The resemblance of volcano comes when the you see strong amount of smoke "erupting" from the funnel! Although the set comes with a separate bowl of rice, we left it untouched and focus more on thick and flavorful ramen, and the sweet, delightful broth! Yummy!Ordered a plate of Yaki Gyoza ($5.00 for 6 pieces). My preferred type of gyoza is when the outer is fried till crisp, yet inside is soft but not mushy. Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen does it wonderfully! I love their gyoza!For more details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.com/2014/06/tonkotsu-kazan-ramen.html continue reading
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Level4 2014-05-02
45 views
Passing by Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen, I and my friend had same sentiment to have Japanese food. Originated from Osaka, this place was actually famous about “Volcanic” Ramen. Wide-ranged menu was given to us from friendly staff, really spoilt for choices. Décor was simple trendy, atmosphere was relaxing and enjoyable. Service was prompt, we didn’t have to wait long to get our orders.Fragrant soup served, it was creamy thick and rich in savour. Pork slices were falling off the bone, unbelievably tender and well-marinated. Appetizing by looking and smell, the saltiness was all right without overpowering. Noodles were springy and tasted great, portion was relatively generous. Beansprouts, Black Fungus, Spring Onions were added, the bowl was deliciously lip-smacking yet not exaggerated. Talking about the price, I would say Ramen sold here was quite valuable. continue reading
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Level4 2014-03-02
34 views
I been wanting to try this volcano ramen, upon trying a bit disappointment, soup base is too saltish, pork is well-marinated, for $21.20 including gst and service charge, the large portion in fact not full even when we include rice, noodle taste like yellow flat noodles, with lots of cabbage (sweet) and beansprouts, too bad the ingredients are being put in first, causing it to have a lot of burned beansprouts, vegs and noodles in the soup base, in fact not worth to eat for this price, just that maybe its presentation does attract pple to go, too saltish for our taste buds, not full at all, there are better ramen shops out there, not worth to try. for curiousness, you can go try, but don't expect too high..: ) only consolation is that fresh ingredients are used, with rich soup base with very sweet cabbages. continue reading
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