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Ramen Matsuri

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Ramen Matsuri is located in the Boat Quay area, Founded by Kenichi Ikehata 33. Ramen Matsuri serves healthy Japanese ramen comes with 2 type of soup.

Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 15:00

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 22:00

Closed: Sun & PH

+65 65330845
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Matsuri Ramen -Tasty diet Ramen

For the full review with photos, please visit http://freshffm.blogspot.sg/2014/06/matsuri-ramen-tasty-diet-ramen.html
Rich Soup with Tamago ($13.90)
Unlike the hard-hitting heaviness of pork-based broths, the chicken broth used here relied more on subtlety, with its herb-like undertones and spring onions creating a sweet fragrance. The flavour of chicken was unsurprisingly apparent too, though I did feel that even when taking chicken’s naturally lighter flavour into account, it remained just a bit too light for my liking.

The noodles were unusually curly, almost maggimee-esque, which I suppose is for the purpose of having more soup cling on to it, given the broth’s lighter nature. However, I felt like they were a little overcooked as they didn’t really provide much resistance to the bite.

For the full review with photos, please visit http://freshffm.blogspot.sg/2014/06/matsuri-ramen-tasty-diet-ramen.html

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• 02 Jun 2014 • 20 reviews • 0 follower

Matsuri Ramen -Tasty diet Ramen

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For the full review with photos, please visit http://freshffm.blogspot.sg/2014/06/matsuri-ramen-tasty-diet-ramen.html
Rich Soup with Tamago ($13.90)
Unlike the hard-hitting heaviness of pork-based broths, the chicken broth used here relied more on subtlety, with its herb-like undertones and spring onions creating a sweet fragrance. The flavour of chicken was unsurprisingly apparent too, though I did feel that even when taking chicken’s naturally lighter flavour into account, it remained just a bit too light for my liking.

The noodles were unusually curly, almost maggimee-esque, which I suppose is for the purpose of having more soup cling on to it, given the broth’s lighter nature. However, I felt like they were a little overcooked as they didn’t really provide much resistance to the bite.

For the full review with photos, please visit http://freshffm.blogspot.sg/2014/06/matsuri-ramen-tasty-diet-ramen.html
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• 17 Apr 2014 • 27 reviews • 0 follower

A ramen bar worth trying

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For full review, please visit my blog The Engineer Chef:
http://theengineerchef.blogspot.sg/2014/03/ramen-matsuri.html

My friend and I went for a dinner after work at around 7pm when we reach Ramen Matsuri. Sadly, the restaurant was almost empty. There were few customers and some were Japanese dining solitary. The store was just like a traditional simple ramen bar, although there is no bar here. The tables were limited but enough. The decos are mostly similar to what Ramen Baikohken had.    We were greeted by our waiter who is a Japanese. Menu selections were pretty simply: 2 soup based to choose from (original and miso), and some various toppings. The ramen chefs are also Japanese. I ordered the Spicy Miso Tamago Ramen ($12). 

I like the presentation of the ramen, although the photo certainly did not do any justice. I love how the crispy nori was placed and combined within the bowl. My favorite component was of course the spinach! It was rare to have spinach in the ramen and it tasted really good. As for the soup base, I thought it was not bad neither it was so special that I would remember and crave to eat.    As we finished eating more customers came in and dine. I thought our dining experience at Ramen Matsuri was not bad. This place could be a convenient place to grab dinner for those who work at the CBD. 
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  • Spicy miso tamago ramen

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