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Buta Ramen is a contemporary Japanese Ramen restaurant specialises in Hakata-style Tonkotsu ramen. Buta Ramen's speciality is the Boss Rib Ramen, flame-grilled fall-off-the-bone pork ribs served in a rich, milky Tonkotsu broth.

Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 20:00

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Incredibly Fall-off-the-bone Tender Boss Ribs at Buta Ramen

Since the emergence of Tonkotsu King Four Seasons, my loyalty has never swayed—until now. I've found reason in Buta Ramen (conveniently located in the heart of the Central Business District at Far East Square), with its delicious silky smooth and springy ramen noodles (specially made for Buta Ramen) in rich Tonkotsu broth, and attractive prices to match—expect to pay an average of $15 for a bowl of ramen, a side dish and a soft drink. Now, that’s what I call ‘value-for-money’.

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Incredibly Fall-off-the-bone Tender Boss Ribs at Buta Ramen

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Since the emergence of Tonkotsu King Four Seasons, my loyalty has never swayed—until now. I've found reason in Buta Ramen (conveniently located in the heart of the Central Business District at Far East Square), with its delicious silky smooth and springy ramen noodles (specially made for Buta Ramen) in rich Tonkotsu broth, and attractive prices to match—expect to pay an average of $15 for a bowl of ramen, a side dish and a soft drink. Now, that’s what I call ‘value-for-money’.

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