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Sanji Kagoshima Ramen (面家三士)

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Address: #01-14, Orchid Hotel, 1 Tras Link, 078867
Located on the ground floor of Orchid Hotel, this Japanese eatery serves ramen.

Mon - Sun: 11:30 - 23:00

+65 66048891
$13 based on 16 submissions
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Located at the ground level of the hotel, there was a number of causal Japanese restaurants. One of them was this ramen shop. It had dining in are for both indoor and outdoor. As this outlet had the least queue on a Friday, I decided to dine in here.

Although the outlet was known for its soup base ramen, it also sold cold ramen and dry ramen. The dry ramen caught my attention and I decide to order it to have a try.

DRY ramen TSUYOSHI ($14.90+)
It was served with 3 pieces of Gyoza and chicken soup.
Mix Sanji's chewy noodles with secret soy sauce, fried leek and burnt garlic oil.
Kind of remind one of the hawker centre fishball noodle stall's version of dry yellow noodle. Wish that there was more sauce. A bit too dry. The noodle looked and tasted like yellow noodle. Some may wish to add vinegar or chilli oil to the noodle for additional flavours. There was also spicy pickled vegetables and ground fish powder too. The soup was light and flavourful. As I had order gyoza, I requested for the gyoza to be changed to another side dish, which ended up to be 3 pieces of karrage, commonly known as Japanese style fried chicken. The fried chicken was boneless and quite juicy, although I prefer it to be served with mayonnaise.

Gyoza ($6++)
The five pieces of gyoza were served with soy sauce. There was white vinegar and chilli oil on the counter to help yourself to.

Overall food was not bad. Staffs were quite friendly too.

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• 01 Feb 2016 • 127 reviews • 4 followers

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Located at the ground level of the hotel, there was a number of causal Japanese restaurants. One of them was this ramen shop. It had dining in are for both indoor and outdoor. As this outlet had the least queue on a Friday, I decided to dine in here.

Although the outlet was known for its soup base ramen, it also sold cold ramen and dry ramen. The dry ramen caught my attention and I decide to order it to have a try.

DRY ramen TSUYOSHI ($14.90+)
It was served with 3 pieces of Gyoza and chicken soup.
Mix Sanji's chewy noodles with secret soy sauce, fried leek and burnt garlic oil.
Kind of remind one of the hawker centre fishball noodle stall's version of dry yellow noodle. Wish that there was more sauce. A bit too dry. The noodle looked and tasted like yellow noodle. Some may wish to add vinegar or chilli oil to the noodle for additional flavours. There was also spicy pickled vegetables and ground fish powder too. The soup was light and flavourful. As I had order gyoza, I requested for the gyoza to be changed to another side dish, which ended up to be 3 pieces of karrage, commonly known as Japanese style fried chicken. The fried chicken was boneless and quite juicy, although I prefer it to be served with mayonnaise.

Gyoza ($6++)
The five pieces of gyoza were served with soy sauce. There was white vinegar and chilli oil on the counter to help yourself to.

Overall food was not bad. Staffs were quite friendly too.
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• 07 Sep 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

To die-for black sesame ramen

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Can't get enough of this delectable bowl of goodness. It's extremely flavourful with the right balance of black sesame that's neither too heavy nor too underwhelming.

Overall verdict:
Price: Super value for money. Good portion size.
Broth: Flavourful without overwhelming
Noodles: Not overly starchy.
Bonus: The spicy preserved veg condiments on the side (add a few dollops for an extra punch)
Service: Prompt and polite. Attentive servers who are quick to seat and attend to you.

Must try: Their gyoza!

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• 23 Jan 2015 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Perfectly Done Gyoza & Non-Oily Ramen

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omething worth trying for, be it ramen or gyoza...
 their gyoza truely impress me!! no other shops did gyoza like them, crispy on the side & non-stick together (absolutely perfect)
 the milky soup base definitely attracts me with no signs of oil present.
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