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Ippudo SG (Mandarin Gallery)

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Located in Mandarin Gallery, 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.

Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 23:00

Sun: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 62352797
$25 based on 202 submissions
Dinner (69 votes), Lunch (69 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (47 votes)
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Highly recommended for a casual dine out with friends!

For more reviews, visit: http://huipingtay.blogspot.sg/

Several gems sit at the quiet Mandarin Gallery, one of my all-time favorite would be Ippudo. Described as a "work of a craftsman", Ippudo's ramen comes with a delicate balance of ingredients, broth and finely made noodles. Extremely tasty, there is always queue to enter the restaurant.
 
 The Shiromaru Tamago ($17) is a classic Hakata style ramen served in Ippudo's original tonkotsu broth, thin noodles and pork lion, Boiled at al dente, the noodles is of a springy texture, exuding a natural aroma of the taste of wheat. The broth is extremely rich and comes with a perfect tinge of sweetness from the pork. Finally, the ramen is beautifully finished off with cabbage, black fungus, spring onions and a flavored egg.
 
 Highly recommended for a casual dine out with friends!

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• 22 May 2015 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

Highly recommended for a casual dine out with friends!

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For more reviews, visit: http://huipingtay.blogspot.sg/

Several gems sit at the quiet Mandarin Gallery, one of my all-time favorite would be Ippudo. Described as a "work of a craftsman", Ippudo's ramen comes with a delicate balance of ingredients, broth and finely made noodles. Extremely tasty, there is always queue to enter the restaurant.
 
 The Shiromaru Tamago ($17) is a classic Hakata style ramen served in Ippudo's original tonkotsu broth, thin noodles and pork lion, Boiled at al dente, the noodles is of a springy texture, exuding a natural aroma of the taste of wheat. The broth is extremely rich and comes with a perfect tinge of sweetness from the pork. Finally, the ramen is beautifully finished off with cabbage, black fungus, spring onions and a flavored egg.
 
 Highly recommended for a casual dine out with friends!
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  • Shiromaru Tamago at Ippudo (Mandarin Gallery(
• 10 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

nice

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Nice place to enjoy the food. Me and my friends eat there when there was no queue at all. Staff look a bit busy.
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  • By fatty Tracy
• 12 Dec 2014 • 2 reviews • 10 followers

Ramen at its best

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I had lunch today at Ippudo and is one of the best ramen I have ever tasted. The broth is thick and flavourful, and ordering the ramen in medium hardness does it justice. Also had the gyoza, although not that fantastic but it was still juicy and pan fired to my liking.
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