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Sanji Kagoshima Ramen (面家三士)

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Located on the ground floor of Orchid Hotel, this Japanese eatery serves ramen.

Mon - Sun: 11:30 - 23:00

+65 66048891
$12 based on 14 submissions
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Perfectly Done Gyoza & Non-Oily Ramen

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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• 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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• 23 Sep 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Good Ramen & Yummy Gyozas

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We have been to Sanji about 4 times in 2 weeks. This is a very, very small ramen place that seats about 10 - 12 on the 2-table settings (very squeezy) and about 8 - 10 at the counter seats (again, very squeezy). The ventilation is also not very good so be prepared to come out fumed with ramen smell.

But we love the ramen. The black sesame version is very thick and savory, which husband prefers. I enjoy the lighter tonkatsu version which in the ladies set which I always order, is just the right amount and portion. The ladies set is really value for money as well - being less than $15 with a drink and a side dish. Their crispy gyozas are simply wonderful! It's large and crispy. Their fried chicken is also crispy an yummy. Only flaw to us is that the soup was luke-warm the first time we went. But this was easily rectified when I always inform the waitress to ensure that the kitchen prepares boiling hot bowls for us.

Service was always good and prompt when we were there.
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• 08 Sep 2014 • 2020 reviews • 258 followers

better options around

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Popular during lunch, I decided to join the queue for this little hole in the wall.

Unfortunately, the ramen failed to impress. I felt that the tonkotsu broth lacked the creamy after-taste and the char siu, which was fried first, was really tough.  I am not saying that this is a bad option, it is just that there are many good options around the area to pick from so it is a matter of having lots of choices.

It also did not help that the service was rather inefficient, as it took them a long while to take an order, a surprise given that the lunch crowd is probably their cash cow.
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