Ramen is a Japanese dish that has become very popular in Singapore. There are many ramen restaurants here, but not all ramen is created equal. To help you find the best ramen in Singapore, we have compiled a list of 8 ramen that you should try!
1) Keisuke Tonkotsu King at Orchid Hotel
|Address||1 Tras Link #01-19, Orchid Hotel, Singapore 078867|
|Phone||+65 6636 0855|
|Opening Hours||Daily 11:30 – 15:00, 18:00 – 22:30|
Keisuke has complete control over how his ramen is prepared, from the heat of the soup to the amount of chicken oil and richness of the broth. You can also add your own ingredients, such as noodles created to your specifications and toppings like pork, seaweed, and spring onions to create a perfect ramen bowl in your preference.
Tonkotsu ramen from Keisuke is a favorite among pork-based ramen soup fans. One of the things that distinguish Keisuke’s tonkotsu soup from the competition is its thickness in texture, milky appearance, and salty flavor. It’s one of the most authentic options you’ll find in Singapore.
- Free flow of hard-boiled eggs and bean sprout
- Customised ramen
- Pork based ramen soup
Sooooo yummy. The broth was brewed to perfection, complemented with a perfect onsen egg. Bean sprouts & grounded sesame were great additions. Would recommend you to enjoy a bowl with a bottle of green tea cola.Kay
2) Sapporo Ramen Miharu
|Address||#01-06/07/08 Millenia Walk, 9 Raffles Boulevard|
|Phone||+65 6733 8464|
|Opening Hours||Mon to Fri: 11:30 – 14:30; 18:00 – 22:00|
Sat & Sun: 12:00 -15:00; 18:00 – 22:00
I’m not sure if it’s unique, but I believe it is exquisite beauty in a relaxing ambience. Miharu is the name of a little hamlet on Hokkaido where Japanese customers line up to sample the cuisine. Ramen is always served in an authentic setting, regardless of where you choose to dine at the restaurant. Sapporo, in Hokkaido, has its own take on ramen noodles, which are known as “Sapporo-style” curly yellow noodles. You may completely satiate your craving for this kind of pasta at Miharu.
- Best Sapporo-style ramen noodles
- Calming ambience
- Curly yellow noodles
The tsukemen here is my favorite. The texture of the Hokkaido noodle is perfection. It probably would not win any fans if you like super-thin noodles. The noodles here are thicker like a Korean instant noodle, but not soggy at all as it is served cool with a piping hot dipping sauce. After you finished your noodles, you can ask for the broth to add to your leftover sauce to slurp it up, just like in Japan…yum.Ancy N.
3) The Ramen House
|Address||6 Short Street, Singapore 188213|
|Phone||+65 6697 4992|
|Opening Hours||Daily 11:00 AM – 06:00 AM|
The Ramen House is all about delivering a hearty ramen experience. The 30-hour simmering procedure ensures that the broth is rich in flavor, milky, and smooth, complementing the noodles, meat, and vegetables perfectly. Their most popular dish, Volcano Ramens (S$12.90), comes in three levels of spiciness.
The Ramen House serves more than just ramen; it has one of the most comprehensive selections of well-liked Japanese foods in Singapore.
- 30-hour boiled broth
- Wide range of dishes
- Opens until midnight
The place is accommodative and the food is priced relatively reasonably. I like how the ramen was made; not too heavy and salty. The place is also very accessible just nearby the highway. A great place for dating and hanging out with friends.Ronnie Robin
4) Ramen From Tampopo at Liang Court
|Address||#01-23/24, Liang Court, 177 River Valley Road|
|Phone||+65 6338 3186|
|Opening Hours||Mon – Sat: 11:30 – 22:30|
Sun: 11:00 – 22:30
In the film Tampopo, you can enjoy ramen from both Hokkaido and Kyushu. If you adore curly noodles in miso soup topped with common ingredients such as pork, corn, butter, bean sprouts, and garlic, go for Sapporo-style ramen from Hokkaido. Kyushu-style ramen is ideal for those who enjoy the thick, milky pork-bone broth and thin, straight noodles.
- Great combination in Black Pig Tonkatsu Ramen
- Flavourful broth and springy noodles
- Hokkaido and Kyushu-styled ramen
If you like pork and Japanese ramen, this is the place to dine. We ordered a pork Ramen with extra sliced pork and chili flakes on the side, a tonkatsu (breaded, fried pork) set, and gyoza (pan-fried dumplings) to share.Secret_Possum
5) Torasho Ramen & Charcoal Bar
|Address||32 Tras St, Singapore 07897|
|Phone||+65 6970 5055|
|Opening Hours||Daily – 12:00 NN – 3:00 PM; 6:00 PM – 10:30 PM|
Torasho offers a variety of ramen flavors, including classic with a contemporary twist, dipping ramen, and dry ramen. Classic if you want an unadulterated ramen dinner; dipping ramen if you want total control over your ingredients, and dry ramen for a genuinely distinctive dining experience.
It’s a curious name for a bowl of ramen, but it’s where Torasho ingenuity comes in. Their most popular dish is a flavorful combination of the sea’s many delights: king crab, lobster, ama ebi, uni, and ikura; all beautifully complemented with a cold bowl of ramen noodles.
- Cold ramen
- Customised ingredients
Super nice ambience and lightning. Tonkotsu ramen was good – chewy texture, rich creamy broth and perfectly torched meaty chunks. Tsukemen (Singapore best) was also served with a cute pig fish cake and came with really thick seafood broth, although the predominant taste was mainly bonito.CT
6) Ramen Santouka at The Central
|Address||6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #02-76 The Central, S059817|
|Phone||+65 6224 0668|
|Opening Hours||Daily 11:00 – 22:30|
Santouka’s Pork Cheek Ramen (Tokusen Toroniku ramen) is a must-order. Santouka offers four soup bases to complement the well-marinated and delicate slices of pork cheek. The pork cheek is put away separately; make sure to dissolve each slice in the hot soup before eating it.
It is a wonderful addition to any ramen dish. Santouka’s traditional Japanese low-temperature egg is beautifully prepared, with the egg white like custard and the yolk creamy.
- Wonderful onsen egg
- Excellent pork cheek ramen
- Well-marinated and tender slices of pork
A restaurant tucked at a corner of Central. The pork cheek ramen was amazing! Juicy in taste and extremely tender in texture, each piece leaves you wanting more. Probably more well-balanced ramen in terms of macros. Price is a little steep, the premium is paid for the pork.Xian You Lim
7) Ippudo SG at Mandarin Gallery
|Address||333A Orchard Road, #04-02/03/04, Singapore 238867|
|Phone||+65 6235 2797|
|Opening Hours||Mon – Sat: 11:00 – 23:00|
Sun: 11:00 – 22:00
For those looking for the genuine flavor of Hakata-style ramen, a bowl of Shiromaru Motoaji is an excellent choice. It’s the story of tonkotsu broth served with thin noodles, pork loin, cabbage, black fungus and spring onions in a bowl. Diners love to discover more and more about the flavorful hearty
Customers are greeted with the enticing bowl of the original tonkotsu broth ramen, which is complemented by IPPUDO’s extensive menu, which is neatly displayed to entice customers to a heavenly ramen existence.
- Classic Hakata-style ramen
- Rich aromatic and non-greasy broth
- Wide range of menu
Best Ippudo in the world even better than the one in Japan. Their new siphon ramen is extremely amazing, the broth (salmon flavor) simply deep and flavorful. The noodle is delicious, chewable, and yummy. The siphoning technique of the broth really deepened and accentuated the salmon flavor. They even provide rice to be put on the broth for the closing act. The 3 condiments: fresh shallot, chicken, and Japanese bamboo shot complimented the ramen nicely.US Cliff
8) Hakata Ikkousha
|Address||30 Victoria St, #F1-07, Chijmes, Singapore 187996|
|Opening Hours||11:30am–10pm (Mon–Sat), 11:30am–9pm (Sun)|
Ikkousha is a well-known global brand with over 40 shops around the world, and its quality and authenticity are comparable to that of the best. Their Hakata-style ramen are thinner than usual ramen restaurants in Singapore, giving them a springier texture.
The noodles are ideal for clinging to the creamy broth of their Tonkotsu Standard (S$12/13), so every sip is packed with porky richness. They’re also well known for having a birthday gyoza discount, giving you the same number of gyozas as your birthday.
- Springier-textured ramen
- Specially-made Hakata style ramen
- Sleek strands of noodles
Brought my Family there on 6/4/21 at around 1230pm to celebrate my dad’s birthday and the staff there was super friendly and attentive even though the shop was full of customers. The food was great and had a pleasant time there. Kudos to the staff!!Cheong Ming
If ramen is what you’re craving, the best ramen in Singapore can be found at a number of locations. One way to find it is by using this list as your guide. And if ramen isn’t enough for you, all of the restaurants listed above have other Japanese food that will satisfy your cravings from sushi to tempura and beyond! With so many amazing restaurants waiting for you to visit them, there’s no reason why any food lovers should miss out on all these tasty foods!
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