Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 15:00
Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 21:30
With a name that means "noodle hut" in Japanese, this casual restaurant serves exactly what you'd expect: freshly made ramen (noodles), free of preservatives, served with ingredients and broth that are just as meticulously prepared.
Men-Tei Rmaen Restaurant is a simple Japanese ramen house located at the restored row of Colonial shophouses near Lau Pa Sat, this simple-looking, no-fuss Japanese diner is a gem amid the CBD area.
Co-founded by a team of Japanese partners, Senior Mr. Lim and his son Chef Jason Lim, this restaurant offers one of the best ramen in Singapore - all thanks to Chef Jason's love for ramen, his hunt around Japan, his studies at the Yamato Noodle School as well as unique scientific methods of cooking. The interior decor was simple and rather Zen, reminiscent of ramen restaurants lining Japan streets, and the service is attentive and polite even during peak hours
The Pork Gyoza (SGD$5.00) had a class of its own - crispy on the outside, especially around the edges; filled with moist and scrumptious pork and leek stuffing within.
The Signature Tonkotsu Ramen (SGD$14.50), made up of lovely flavored egg, utterly tender grilled pork slices, al dente fine noodles so enticing to chew on, and saccharine, slurp-it-up good pork-spices broth. I upped the level of spiciness for extra kick.
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Never got a chance to try out the ramen here as the place is always crowded. Finally had the craving for ramen and decided to wait it out. For CBD quality food, must admit that ramen is here is quite good. Not overly pricey too which is a bonus. Do try their tonkotsu ramen.
Located at the business district in Robinson Road, Men-Tei almost guaranteed of full house during lunch time, but no worries as their table turnover is rather fast.
Gyoza (3 pcs) - Skin wasn’t as crispy as it looks but it was quite juicy and tasty.
Spicy Tonkotsu Ramen - Chashu was so flavorful and tender that it melts in your mouth but the soup was a bit disappointed.
Tonkotsu Ramen - Everything else except the soup were the same as the other ramen, while I appreciate the generous amount of spring onion and sesame.
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