Best Ramen in Singapore Contender #3: Santouka: The secret is Kurobuta!
Santouka’s Shio Ramen with signature Umeboshi $13 Remember that in my previous articles I made the point that Tonkotsu (Pork Bone) style broth is found in Kyushu but not in Hokkaido? There is one exception to that rule and that is the Ramen found in Asahikawa, the 2nd largest city in Hokkaido after Sapporo. Here […]
Best Ramen in Singapore Contender #2: Tampopo: A Tale of Two Ramens
Hokkaido Style Ramen According to the hungrygowhere Top 10 site, Tampopo seems poised to be voted the top Ramen in Singapore, followed by Santouka, Ippudo, Yoshimaru and Sapporo Miharu. It seems like no one voted for Yu Sai Shoku and Hakan Nihon Ryori, so I will probably drop them from my must eat list unless […]
Best Ramen in Singapore Contender #1: Miharu Sapporo Ramen
Sapporo Miso Ramen There are three dominant styles of Ramen in Japan. Sapporo, Tokyo and Kyushu. On the map of Japan, this corresponds to Northern, Middle and Southern regions of Japan. Because Ramen is such a recent food in Japan, there are many variations to the style of Ramen and each area develops its own […]
Best Ramen in Singapore Series: Blogging the 10 Best Ramen!
You know why Singaporeans love Ramen so much? Well, its because we have been programmed to enjoy it since we were kids. Even though the first proper Ramen-ya only appeared in Singapore maybe ten years ago, the Japanese have prepared us for the subsequent invasion of Ramen into our society. It is a very subtle, […]
Chashu Ramen is currently enjoying a lot of popularity in Singapore. In this video, Chef Tom shows us a simple way of making Chashu Ramen at home. Many thanks to Sia Huat for sponsoring the videos.Sia Huat has just celebrated their 50th anniversary and is the biggest supplier of kitchen equipment to chefs and restaurants. […]
Special Pork Cheek Ramen set $19.90 Ramen. It’s the Japanese version of our Bak Chor Mee Soup. But like everything else, the Japanese take on food of other cultures and show the world that perhaps their way of doing it is better than the original. Just take Tonkatsu for example. That dish is really their […]