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Marutama Ramen (The Central)

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Marutama’s specialty is the thin Japanese noodle – ramen – in one of four soup bases (chicken, spicy chicken, prawn or nuts). The soups are mildly flavoured and almost caramelin tone, an ideal template for the wheaty flavour of the ramen.

Daily: 11:00 - 22:00

Last Order by 21:45.

+65 65348090
$19 based on 133 submissions
Lunch (62 votes), Dinner (60 votes), After Work (36 votes)
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Chicken broth ramen! Oishi!

I have always thought that Ramen only came in Pork broths as its traditional. Marutama serves theirs with a VERY rich Chicken Broth and omg it is totally delicious!!!

Also make sure u try the yaki char siew which is served as a sidedish, its expensive but its SOOOOO worth it!! It melts in ur mouth from the first bite to the last, I have never had anything like this before!

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• 03 Feb 2015 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

Chicken broth ramen! Oishi!

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I have always thought that Ramen only came in Pork broths as its traditional. Marutama serves theirs with a VERY rich Chicken Broth and omg it is totally delicious!!!

Also make sure u try the yaki char siew which is served as a sidedish, its expensive but its SOOOOO worth it!! It melts in ur mouth from the first bite to the last, I have never had anything like this before!
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• 17 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

bad review for service

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This is one of the worse place to visit. Although i agree that their food is edible but service is atrocious. It appears that "only" customers who frequent their outlet often knows that they have "hidden" menu for some food items like their fried gyoza. The gyoza shown in their menu is steam and it was not clearly shown to customers. When we receive a steam gyoza we are shocked and when asked to change to a fried one the staff said that we did not tell them early and only people who frequent them will know they have a fried gyoza. it is very strange that how would normal customers know that they have a fried gyoza when they did not even mention in their menu!? For this experience i would never go back to the restaurant again.
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• 05 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Awesome sides with good ramen

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Tried many different ramen shops, and Marutama Ramen has very good texture. They serve a few different soup based ramen & I recommend the chicken flavoured! Add a tamago in your ramen for a nicely seasoned boiled egg, slightly watery on the inside.
The sides are exceptionally well done. One of the must tries is the Yaki Char Siew (comes in slices and served with lemon) - nicely roasted and melts in your mouth. For non-ramen fans, try the Char Siew Rice ($5) its a low budget alternative that can fill your stomach. 

We also ordered a Gyoza, which was not bad, the serving's decent, soaked in a little vinegar.
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