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Ramen Santouka (Cuppage Terrace)

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Santouka strictly maintains the exact same cooking standards as the other Ramen Santouka restaurants around the world. Although some believe that the soup may not be hot enough, they purposefully maintain the soup at its optimal temperature to best be enjoyed by everyone.

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Fri: 17:30 - 00:00

Sat: 12:00 - 00:00

Sun: 12:00 - 21:30

+65 62351059
$21 based on 46 submissions
Lunch (11 votes), Dinner (10 votes), After Work (6 votes)
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delicious pork cheek

Finally get to try this ramen place after All the rave. The spicy soup is a little overwhelming for the throat but the pork cheek was good. For more reviews head over to: https://amandalingg.wordpress.com/2014/12/19/hokkaido-ramen-shatouka-x-teppei-japanese-restaurant/

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16 Jan 2015 • 1965 reviews • 260 followers

The Soup Is Too Salty

… and the pork too tough. Santouka Ramen has always been viewed as one of the best ramen to enter Singapore. However, a recent visit to its flagship store at Cuppage was very disappointing.   First, the shoyu ramen was really salty, and the noodles did not do a good job of soaking up the essence of the broth. In fact, when I was served, the noodles were tough and “al dente”. Adding to this was that the char siu was also quite tough. Spending on this meal was a tough pill to swallow.   Better though was the pork cheek, which was served on a hot stone. This has a good “melt in the mouth” feeling , and is not for the weak hearted as it will your blood vessels will have to work harder to pump more blood after a few slices.
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19 Dec 2014 • 13 reviews • 1 follower

delicious pork cheek

Finally get to try this ramen place after All the rave. The spicy soup is a little overwhelming for the throat but the pork cheek was good. For more reviews head over to: https://amandalingg.wordpress.com/2014/12/19/hokkaido-ramen-shatouka-x-teppei-japanese-restaurant/
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11 Dec 2014 • 261 reviews • 3 followers

Good Set Lunch Options at Santouka Ramen

We were at the Centrepoint – Orchard Road area and looking for a place to dine for lunch.   We walked past the Cuppage Terrace and came across a ‘1 for 1’ deal for ramen and their set lunches.   We decided to go with the ‘1 for 1’ deal for their set lunches. The set lunches have a total of 8 options: -          Chicken Karaage -          Deep fried Prawns -          Deep fried Prawn and Fried Salmon -          Gyoza For each of the above, you get a choice of: -          Rice ball wrapped in sweet tofu skin or -          Salmon rice ball with seaweed.   In addition, each set comes with a bowl of ramen. You have a choice of flavours for your ramen soup base: Salt, Soy sauce, Miso or hot Miso. You can also upsize your noodles to medium size for an additional $1 or large for $3.   As there were 4 of us, we ordered 1 each for the sets available, and chose both the rice ball and salmon rice ball, so that we can try both.   Here’s the verdict: -          Chicken Karaage: The chicken pieces were quite large and deep fried to a dark brown. Chicken were juicy. -          Deep fried Prawns: This is of the frozen kind. Nothing much to shout about. -          Deep fried Prawn and Fried Salmon: Prawn as mentioned earlier. The salmon was rather dry for my liking. -          Gyoza: 3 pieces of gyoza. It was ok. -          Rice ball wrapped in sweet tofu skin: The tofu skin was sweet and this is eaten like a sushi. -          Salmon rice ball with seaweed: cooked salmon that has been flaked and mixed into the Japanese rice together with furikake. It is pressed into a mould to ge the triangle shape and a piece of seaweed is placed on the outside. This was delicious and my lunch group loved it. Must try! -          Ramen: Each of us ordered different soup base. I had the miso and it was just salty enough for me. Loved it.   For 4 pax, we spent $45.   Try it!
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