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Sanpoutei Ramen

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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.

Daily: 11:30 - 23:00

+65 64637277
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Tsukemen

I tried their dipping noodles and it was awesome! It is one of the best dipping noodles i have tried in Singapore. I think i ever tried dipping noodles at Ramen Champion but that was only average. Japanese calls this Tsukemen.

The noodles here and just right. Not hard and soft. Definitely on par with Japanese standards and quality is awesome! Soup was rich and flavorful! I will definitely go back again.

Full review: http://nickeatfood.blogspot.sg/2015/01/review-sanpoutei-ramen.html


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• 09 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

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The noodles with the original dipping sauce was good. However, the amount of dipping sauce was not sufficient enough for the noodles portion. The subsequent soup that was provided was too bland for my taste, which was not made for dipping of the noodles.
 
 Furthermore, the staff was not professional enough to provide the soup that came with the meal. It was only provided after inquiry.
 
 Overall, not the best experience.
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• 11 Jan 2015 • 32 reviews • 0 follower

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I tried their dipping noodles and it was awesome! It is one of the best dipping noodles i have tried in Singapore. I think i ever tried dipping noodles at Ramen Champion but that was only average. Japanese calls this Tsukemen.

The noodles here and just right. Not hard and soft. Definitely on par with Japanese standards and quality is awesome! Soup was rich and flavorful! I will definitely go back again.

Full review: http://nickeatfood.blogspot.sg/2015/01/review-sanpoutei-ramen.html


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• 21 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Food is really nice but Staff really dishonest and Manger very unprofessional.

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Food is really nice but Staff really dishonest and Manger very unprofessional.
 
 This even happened today at 4pm, Holland Village (HV) Branch.
 
 Details:
 
 Had one of the best Ranmen and Butariki Don last night (19th Dec) with my friends at HV Branch. During payment, I had handled over a $50 bill to the casher before I decided to change my mode of payment to Visa.
 
 I was given a Cash Receipt # 33154 dated 19th Dec, 2021hrs and my Visa Receipt. When I was home, I discovered that I had a missing $50 bill, which I may not have collected from the cashier.
 
 When back to the restaurant to verify if they had returned me the cash, and this is what happened!
 
 Manager brought a staff who claimed to have served me, and had returned me the cash. The staff also tried to convince me that she was the one who had served me by stating that I came with a group of friends when I told both the Manager and the Staff that she was not the one who had served me.
 
 Moments later, the actual staff who had served me saw me and acknowledge that she was the one who had served me. I confronted the staff who had lied and she apologies.
 
 I asked if the Manger can verity the accounts but she insisted that the cash float was tallied and did not provide any objective evidence but asked me to trust her.
 
 At the back of my mind, if the cash order was not void and my cash not returned, the cash float should also be tallied with the sales.
 
 Understanding the situation that the Staff was dishonest and the Manger not being very helpful, I decided to leave the restaurant and to pen this event in this forum.
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