Daily: 11:30 - 23:00
Originated from Niigata north of Tokyo Japan, Sanpoutei Ramen serves ramen with broth that is boiled for six hours using vegetables, chicken, pork bone and dried sardine all imported from Japan.
Sanpoutei Ramen; located at the Holland Village. I went there on a Saturday evening; I was pretty surprised that the place was packed with patrons – as it doesn’t seem to from the exterior. I ordered their W Soup Tonkotsu Ramen with flavored soft-boiled egg which the ramen is topped not only with the flavored soft-boiled egg but also aburi chashu,dried seaweed and black fungus that day. Overall, the ramen taste quite good but I still felt that the soup is a little over oily, yet my friend keep telling me that it’s collagen!
Their dried ramen is one of the favourite ramen that i would go for when i go to sanpoutei. I would always crave for the dried ramen when comes to topic on japanese ramen. They place is cosy with passionate staff who are delightful in serving their customers. Their soup base ramen is very good to try, the sliced meat is flamed and charred boiled to make the broth tasted with good fragrance. There is always long queue during lunch or dinner hours. If you want to go there to have a try, you should go early to avoid waiting long hours.