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Shin Sapporo Ramen (Century Square) (新札幌ラーメン)

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Sapporo in Japan has been hailed as the place of creation of the famous miso ramen. Shin Sapporo Ramen brings the authentic taste of sapporo style ramen by using freshly handmade noodles and the freshest ingredients served with soup made from an age old recipe.

Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 67836304
$19 based on 14 submissions
After Work (4 votes), Lunch (4 votes), Children/Family (3 votes)
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Good lunch menu selection

We went as a group of 8 and it was good there. There are a lot of ramen to choose from. If you go during lunch hour until 4 pm, you can avail their lunch prices at around 11.80++ to 13.80++. There are also Friends Set (for 2) and Family Set (for 4) which are around $20++ per person.
 
 Pros: The ramen is tasty and the cabbage with the sesame dressing was interesting. For the side dish, try Menchi which is very interesting and yummy, and not something I expected to be a side dish. The usual side dishes like gyoza, karaage, tofu are also available but I'm really happy to choose menchi.
 
 Cons: The ramen bowl seemed a little too small (not sure if it's because it's the lunch set), and the mango juice (additional $1.50++ with lunch set) didn't taste fresh - it tasted like cheap bottled juice. And, like everywhere else, the staff is just doing their job (no effort to go an extra mile or even have a smile).

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• 29 Apr 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Good lunch menu selection

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We went as a group of 8 and it was good there. There are a lot of ramen to choose from. If you go during lunch hour until 4 pm, you can avail their lunch prices at around 11.80++ to 13.80++. There are also Friends Set (for 2) and Family Set (for 4) which are around $20++ per person.
 
 Pros: The ramen is tasty and the cabbage with the sesame dressing was interesting. For the side dish, try Menchi which is very interesting and yummy, and not something I expected to be a side dish. The usual side dishes like gyoza, karaage, tofu are also available but I'm really happy to choose menchi.
 
 Cons: The ramen bowl seemed a little too small (not sure if it's because it's the lunch set), and the mango juice (additional $1.50++ with lunch set) didn't taste fresh - it tasted like cheap bottled juice. And, like everywhere else, the staff is just doing their job (no effort to go an extra mile or even have a smile).
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• 21 Sep 2014 • 217 reviews • 5 followers

Summer Menu till 31st Oct

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Introducing the Summer Menu which is available across all 4 outlets, be sure to try them out before it's over!

Tenchirashi Ramen:
A light taste chilled ramen served with mixture of tempuras, prawn, shitake and shimeji mushrooms, lady fingers, and top off with poached egg.

Miso Tofu Steak:
A rich in protein option featuring tempura tofu and potato deep fried till golden brown, topped with home-made miso paste served in hot-plate.

Ebi Tofu:
Cold appetizer that combines prawn and tofu to enjoy a lighter taste, served with our home-made sesame sauce.

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/shin-sapporo-ramen-birthplace-of-miso-ramen/
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• 19 Jan 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

average ramen

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The so called thickest Soup base is rather diluted. I'm a ramen lover but yet it wasn't tasty enough to make me finish one bowl of it. May b suitable for people who like light soup base.
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