Any good ramen, soba and udon in town?


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alba

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have you tried central? (above clark quay mrt)

There's a few jap food joints on the 3rd floor frequented by many japanese families; which give you an idea on the level of autenticity....

there's one joint that specialise in ramen and is packed even on weekdays... ;p
 

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1) there is a noodles place in Diamaru ( Resturant) not the ramen counter one.

2) A place at Central

3) Another place at Robertson walk (Manga book place)

4) Gallery Hotel has another one.
 

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1) there is a noodles place in Diamaru ( Resturant) not the ramen counter one.

2) A place at Central

3) Another place at Robertson walk (Manga book place)

4) Gallery Hotel has another one.
Tried both the one at Robertson Walk and behind the Galleria Hotel. Both great!
 

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I love the jap restaurant at Grand Plaza Parkroyal. It's at a corner facing Hill street. ;p
 

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There's one soba place at paragon that I think is pretty good. (basement, near soup restaurant).
is it the one using wheat ? oishi ne! :lovegrin: their desserts also using wheat. hontouni oishi :lovegrin:
 

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Any good tonkatsu/katsudon/ curie places to recommend?
 

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Any good tonkatsu/katsudon/ curie places to recommend?
1) there is a noodles place in Diamaru ( Resturant) not the ramen counter one.

2) Another place at Robertson walk (Manga book place) <== my favorite
 

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Have you tried Waraku? The soba is simply good! We to the East Coast and/or the Marina Sq branch at least once a month. Gotta recommend the cold soba....

Tried a few so-so joint and hi-end japanese restaurant, nothing to shout about.
Is there any good one out there?
 

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If u work in shenton way/raffles place, can try this small shop near the ex-SIA building. Just walk straight down from Lau Pa Sat along Robinson road.
 

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Basement of Hong Leong Building. But note it is not the one at the entry.

Go down the escalator, turn right, walk to the end and turn right. Pls note it is open for lunch only.


As mentioned earlier, basement of Liang court.
 

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i recommend Noodle House Ken at Orchard Plaza (the dodgy-looking shopping centre beside Meridien). Huge, juicy chunks of meat in rich broth and textured noodles (try to see the difference from chains like Ajisen's) with a good choice of extra toppings and sides.
Go try before the building (reportedly) gets en-bloced.

Reviews:
http://eatbma.blogspot.com/2005/05/noodle-shop-ken.html#comments
http://eatbma.blogspot.com/2005/07/hiyashi-ramen-noodle-shop-ken.html
http://eatbma.blogspot.com/2005/11/pepper-ramen-at-noodle-house-ken.html
http://joonelovesfood.blogspot.com/2005/12/hurrah-for-ken.html
http://www.aromacookery.com/aromacookery/2006/03/noodle_house_ke.html
http://ringisei.wordpress.com/2004/08/10/kens-ramen/
http://food-for-your-thoughts.blogspot.com/2006/10/ken-ramen-house.html
 

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The one at Central is called Marutama Ramen, I think or something like that.
One of the best ramen places here. The first time I went there, there were so many japanese in it that I thought I was in Japan.
 

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i recommend Noodle House Ken at Orchard Plaza (the dodgy-looking shopping centre beside Meridien). Huge, juicy chunks of meat in rich broth and textured noodles (try to see the difference from chains like Ajisen's) with a good choice of extra toppings and sides.
Go try before the building (reportedly) gets en-bloced.

Reviews:
http://eatbma.blogspot.com/2005/05/noodle-shop-ken.html#comments
http://eatbma.blogspot.com/2005/07/hiyashi-ramen-noodle-shop-ken.html
http://eatbma.blogspot.com/2005/11/pepper-ramen-at-noodle-house-ken.html
http://joonelovesfood.blogspot.com/2005/12/hurrah-for-ken.html
http://www.aromacookery.com/aromacookery/2006/03/noodle_house_ke.html
http://ringisei.wordpress.com/2004/08/10/kens-ramen/
http://food-for-your-thoughts.blogspot.com/2006/10/ken-ramen-house.html
what is the prices (rough gauge) like for this noodle shop ken? very curious :)
 

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