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Chabuton (313@Somerset)

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Ramen lovers will get a chance to savour bowls of quality and gratifying ramen from the prestigous ramen restaurant that shaken up Japan and Thailand due to its award winning taste of ramen. Chabuton Singapore brings you the best of ramen Japan has ever produce!

Daily: 11:30 - 22:00

+65 66368335
$19 based on 17 submissions
After Work (5 votes), Dinner (5 votes), Lunch (3 votes)
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Salty, be sure to order a drink!

I have been here 2 times for lunch. The first time, I had the lunch set, and found the ramen salty. The 2nd time, I had the char siew rice and although I enjoyed the flavor, my tongue was slightly painful at the end of the meal due to oversalting.

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• 21 May 2015 • 25 reviews • 3 followers

Salty, be sure to order a drink!

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I have been here 2 times for lunch. The first time, I had the lunch set, and found the ramen salty. The 2nd time, I had the char siew rice and although I enjoyed the flavor, my tongue was slightly painful at the end of the meal due to oversalting.
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• 14 Feb 2015 • 83 reviews • 4 followers

First Michelin-starred ramen chef in Singapore

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Full review at http://www.littletinysun.com/2015/02/first-michelin-starred-ramen-chef-in.html

It was my first time meeting a Michelin-starred ramen chef! Yasuji Morizumi is the world's FIRST ramen chef to attain a Michelin star. The genius behind Chabuton Singapore, he was in town recently to launch an exclusive ramen dish. Here's a review of a bowl of Michelin-starred ramen as well as some side dishes. 

Find out the prizes and thoughts on the following items that I've tried:
Hitokuchi Gyoza
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Premium Tonkotsu Ramen: The Kurobuta
The ramen egg reminded me of a Kinder Surprise — while most Japanese restaurants serve HALVED eggs, Chabuton throw in an ...

Read more: http://www.littletinysun.com/2015/02/first-michelin-starred-ramen-chef-in.html
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• 10 Feb 2015 • 46 reviews • 0 follower

chabuton @ somerset 313

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Only available for a limited period of time i.e. 17 Jan to 31 March 2015, diners get to enjoy this exquisite dish created by Chef Yasuji Morizumi - the Kurobuta.

The pork was tender and succulent. The broth was something unique and flavourful.

full review and picture @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/02/chabuton-somerset-313.html
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