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Ippudo SG (Westgate)

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Ippudo SG is poised to be an upscale and modern ramen brasserie experience where diners can enjoy many types of authentic Japanese dishes before tucking into a bowl of hearty ramen.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 64659308
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First time having my lunch at Ippudo. The service is great. However, seats are limited in the restaurant which leads to long queues during peak dinning hours. I don't think it is worth to queue for 30mins for the food as the food is a bit overpriced for its medicore ramen.

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• 03 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

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First time having my lunch at Ippudo. The service is great. However, seats are limited in the restaurant which leads to long queues during peak dinning hours. I don't think it is worth to queue for 30mins for the food as the food is a bit overpriced for its medicore ramen.
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• 18 Dec 2014 • 106 reviews • 1 follower

Ippudo @ Westgate

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For full reviews, visit http://www.umakemehungry.com/2014/11/ippudo.html

Apart from the sides and out of the 3 kinds of noodles ordered, I still prefer the bare basic of the Hakata style ramen in its original broth. Service was very prompt till the extent that once they see an empty or almost emptied bowl / plate, they will ask if it can be cleared off which in turn made us feel that they are somehow hinting us that there are long queues outside. If you want to have some good taste of Ramen, Ippudo is a good choice, however, it is not an ideal place where you can sit, chill and catchup with friends on chats.
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• 30 Nov 2014 • 87 reviews • 0 follower

One of my top 3 bowls of ramen in Singapore

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This is my first time eating at Westgate’s Ippudo. Ordered my usual Shiromaru Tamago – classic Hakata-style ramen in tonkotsu broth with flavoured egg, and chose medium hardness for the springy thin and long ramen. Served with melt-in-the-mouth tender and well-marinated bara chashu as well as cabbage, kikurage or black fungus and spring onion to intersperse the pork belly that had just the right amount of fats. Broth was thick and flavourful, the way I remembered it to be. I could not fault the perfectly soft-boiled egg with runny yolk though preferred the pan-fried dumplings to Spicy Boiled Gyoza. See full review and pictures at http://live2eatdottravel.blogspot.sg/2014/11/ippudo.html
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