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OHSHO

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Ohsho offers a range of Japanese-styled Chinese food, including crowdpleasers such as gyoza, ramen, crab meat egg fu yung on rice as well as innovative dishes such as stamina ramen, chilli ramen and Tomyam ramen.

Delivery available for more than $200 of spending for dinner and lunch sets.
+65 67357068
$12 based on 20 submissions
Dinner (12 votes), After Work (11 votes), Lunch (11 votes)
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Less than 20bucks nett for Ramen & Gyoza

Usually it's always crowded in the evening time, for this place seatings are quite limited.  For me, I always tends to go early evening or afternoon, that will guarantee me a seat & no need to pack with others.

The noodles texture was soft and tangy, my preferance.  And the spicy miso is a good soup broth to me.  That is why if I happen to be around that area, this is another choice that I can think of.

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• 02 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Favorite Ramen, No More.

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Weekends. Post-drinks. Had a bad day. This used to be the place I come to for comfort food for the past decade. 
Sadly, I have to say I've lost one of my favorite ramen joints after tonight. We had the Chasyu Ramen and Kyushu Tonkatsu Ramen, and both were bad. It wasn't even mediocre, just plain bad. The noodles were tasteless as were the stock. It was like a crappy bowl of oily wanton mee except 3 times the price. if the stock tasted like anything, it would be milk and oil. Upon paying, we learnt that the Jap head chef has left the restaurant. Well I guess we won't ever come again. Sayonara, my fav ramen joint.
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• 16 Jul 2014 • 316 reviews • 86 followers

Less than 20bucks nett for Ramen & Gyoza

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Usually it's always crowded in the evening time, for this place seatings are quite limited.  For me, I always tends to go early evening or afternoon, that will guarantee me a seat & no need to pack with others.

The noodles texture was soft and tangy, my preferance.  And the spicy miso is a good soup broth to me.  That is why if I happen to be around that area, this is another choice that I can think of.
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• 11 Jun 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Had better Ramen for that price

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Hawker centre place with restaurant price. Won't come back again. Gouza over cooked and burnt. Ramen lava egg not to standard.
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