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Ramen Bar Suzuki

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Ramen Bar Suzuki is a Japanese restaurant along Raffles place area serving the best and authentic Japanese dishes with more dynamic texture and servings.

Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 22:00

Closed: Sun

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One of the better ramen in CBD

The ramen was priced on a high side, not forgetting that you need to pay GST. However, they provided free flow of normal hardboil eggs, cold tea, and your choice of three side dishes (could be fruits, mashed potatoes etc). My personal favorite is the mashed potatoes. 

I liked the soup because it was light and not oily, it would not leave a bad oily taste after eating it. Sometimes after eating ramen, you felt very sinful because the soup was oily and salty. The noodles were cooked to the right texture too. Unfortunately, the size of the char siew was really small and pathetic. I heard so much complains from my guy friends.

Note that seaweeds and the softboil eggs were considered as add-ons and were chargeable. For me, I would avoid going there during lunch cause it was always packed. And hence the service standard was low. Dinner time was better.

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• 05 Apr 2015 • 29 reviews • 0 follower

One of the better ramen in CBD

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The ramen was priced on a high side, not forgetting that you need to pay GST. However, they provided free flow of normal hardboil eggs, cold tea, and your choice of three side dishes (could be fruits, mashed potatoes etc). My personal favorite is the mashed potatoes. 

I liked the soup because it was light and not oily, it would not leave a bad oily taste after eating it. Sometimes after eating ramen, you felt very sinful because the soup was oily and salty. The noodles were cooked to the right texture too. Unfortunately, the size of the char siew was really small and pathetic. I heard so much complains from my guy friends.

Note that seaweeds and the softboil eggs were considered as add-ons and were chargeable. For me, I would avoid going there during lunch cause it was always packed. And hence the service standard was low. Dinner time was better.
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• 17 Feb 2015 • 37 reviews • 0 follower

Pure White Ramen

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I went to the outlet at Toa Payoh.

Soup is thick and flavorful enough - Just how I like it. Char siew needs improvement though as it is quite difficult to chew, Recommendation is to get the Pure white special because you get 4 char siew and 1 flavored egg for only $13.00. Would be nice if they can add dipping noodles to their menu.

Full Review: http://nickeatfood.blogspot.sg/2015/02/review-ramen-bar-suzuki-toa-payoh.html
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• 12 Feb 2015 • 49 reviews • 0 follower

Good Ramen

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This place is always busy during weekday lunchtime, the service is quick and the Ramen tasty. Definitely one of the better Ramen bars in town.
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