Nantsuttei is a Japanese Restaurant dedicated to bring the best and delicious ramen here in Singapore. Nantsuttei also features different kinds of ramen with a lot of toppings that would surely satisfy any appetite.
Nantsuttei; a Japanese ramen placed located at Orchard Central. They are preciously located at Millenia Walk and have shifted. Back then at Millenia Walk, they were already pretty well known for their ramen! I was told by one of my friend that their ramen is really good, and after my first tried, I think it has easily become one of my top favorite place for Japanese ramen! Personally I love their broth base, however sometimes I do find it a bit too oily. But I guess no harm to eat it once in a while isn't it?
For photos and to read more: http://sgrollies.blogspot.sg/2015/12/nantsuttei-ramen-orchard-central.html
This ramen is actually quite nice. Recommended by my friend, it does taste better than many other ramen restaurants but I find that the thick layer of black garlic oil too thick. There's only one slice of cha shu and you have to top up another $4 for more.
Between the 3 of us, we chosee 3 different ramens.
The special of the day was the Tomato Miso Ramen. The broth reminds me of tomato sauce (which was both sour and sweet), and with a spicy kick. It was a hit with the person who ordered it but not for me (didn't like it after the stock started to cool down, and it is really strange to be drinking tomato soup with ramen)
The Negi and Char Siew Ramen had similar stock although the latter was lighter. Char Siew was a bit dry for my taste. Noodles too soft for me. But overall enjoyed the thick rich broth.
Also liked the free garlic (more punch to the soup) and generous portion of breansprouts (additional $1.50)
For more, go to https://singaporeaneats.wordpress.com/2015/04/22/nantsuttei/