The ramen craze in Singapore remains unabated.
Bishamon has made a comeback after four years at Level 3, Suntec City North Wing. The restaurant serves Sapporo-style miso ramen in its signature broth (pork-bone and chicken broth, with a blend of red, white and black miso). Then on June 12, Hokkaido-Ya opens its doors at Level 2, VivoCity. This will be a place for Hokkaido-inspired dishes, such as the Hokkaido Butter Corn Chasyu Ramen; and Hokkaido Butter Corn Hotate Ramen. Each bowl of ramen comes with a blob of butter which gives its broth a creamy texture.
And on June 20, Konjiki Hototogisu opens at Chijmes (#01-17). Each year from 2015, Konjiki Hototogisu has been listed on Tokyo’s Michelin Bib Gourmand list. It is lauded for its clam-flavoured broth. In Tokyo, it is an eight-seater outlet but it should – hopefully – be easier to get a table in Singapore. And with the influx of new ramen places, it is time to revisit some of the top ramen joints here.
Text: Yeoh Wee Teck / The New Paper
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