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Daruma Ramen House

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Get your chopsticks ready for this house of special ramen! Daruma Ramen House serve the hot and spicy ramen made with fresh and premium ingredients topped with meat that was well braised to perfection to even get more delicious and complete meal.

Daily: 12:00 - 22:00

+65 62356079
$18 based on 15 submissions
After Work (5 votes), Dinner (4 votes), Lunch (4 votes)
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1-for-1 deal for ramen

It was quite a funny thinking I had, when I was having the ramen.  Basically the same spot used to own by another ramen owner.  Whereby I was having the meal at not long ago.  And now it has changed to another new owner, whereby they had the promo of 1-for-1.  That was where my friend had gathered all of us to go there and have similiar ramen.

That was the first time and last time that I went to there.

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• 13 Jul 2014 • 316 reviews • 86 followers

1-for-1 deal for ramen

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It was quite a funny thinking I had, when I was having the ramen.  Basically the same spot used to own by another ramen owner.  Whereby I was having the meal at not long ago.  And now it has changed to another new owner, whereby they had the promo of 1-for-1.  That was where my friend had gathered all of us to go there and have similiar ramen.

That was the first time and last time that I went to there.
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• 15 May 2014 • 179 reviews • 5 followers

perhaps not

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They serve ramen in different soup bases namely, shoyu, spicy, and tonkotsu. I am a huge fan of tonkotsu soup bases so that was what both of us chose. 

The tonkotsu soup base was thick with the strong scent of pork bones. I was initially very excited about the thick fragrant soup base and was happily digging into my bowl of ramen. But the thick chalky soup base became cloyingly sweet towards the end and I had trouble finishing my bowl. The ramen was also reminiscent of Chinese la mian, and not the usual springy japanese ramen. 

The braised pork belly was soft, tender and very well-braised. The barbecued meat was lean and tender. If you are not a fan of marbly fatty meat, I would strongly advise the barbecued meat instead.

The egg was really good though, with a nice runny egg yolk within.

The bowl of ramen was decent, but definitely not fantastic. I doubt I would crave for a bowl of Daruma ramen but you might wish to pop by for a bowl if you are in the area.
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• 08 Apr 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

very bad service and attitude

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Don't ever step foot in! Food is bad, service is bad, extremely horrible attitude by chef. I'd rather eat instant noodles at home to eat here.
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