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Ajisen (Plaza Singapura) (味千拉面)

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Ajisen serves an extensive variety of ramen noodles. These are served with different soup bases such as miso and tom yum, along with different meats, seafood and vegetables.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 68370191
$12 based on 14 submissions
Lunch (5 votes), Dinner (4 votes)
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black ramen

As part of the Tokyo Walker dining concept, Ajisen is introducing the black ramen (Kuro Mayu), which is essentially made from pork bone (tongkotsu) stock and garlic that is deep fried till it becomes black.

At a recent tasting, I found the stock to be better than my previous dining experience with a well balanced level of spiciness and the pork belly had a nice melt in the mouth bite to it. Quite enjoyable

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Miso cha shu ramen1 vote
  • fried chicken1 vote
  • fried white fish as side1 vote
  • gyoza1 vote
  • mayonaise prawn1 vote
  • seafood ramen1 vote
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• 15 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

porly porly ajisen - declining quality of ramen

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The standard of noodle has declined over the year. We ordered paiku ramen.
 
The soup tastes plain. The meat is hard. The number of meat given is three as compared to the previous 4 pieces we have. Everything was just bad.

To avoid ajisen as much as possible.
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• 02 Feb 2011 • 375 reviews • 31 followers

Catch up with the times, man!

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Although many people think Ajisen sucks, I'm very partial to Ajisen. I rather like it..but recently I went to the outlet at Plaza Singapura, I decided to change my mind.

Emmy ordered the dried noodles and I ordered the beef stew. Both fell below our expectations. The beef stew soup had no taste at all. With so many other ramen shops around it, I wonder why Ajisen doesn't improve itself or at least maintain its standards.

The service was prompt and good.

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• 18 Jan 2011 • 230 reviews • 0 follower

Nice Ajisen outlet

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This is the ajisen that i visit the most. The ambience is good and the service is good too. We always don't have to wait for too long for the food to come. The dishes that i personally recommend for people who love spicy food is their volcano ramen! SPICYYYY!!! their sides are also delicious. like white fish, soft shell crab and age tofu.
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