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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
$20 based on 14 submissions
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Good food at reasonable prices

We like coming to Sanpoutei Holland Village for our weekend breakfast or lunch. We wish they will open slightly earlier on weekends, say 10.30 or 11am (the shop currently open at 11.30am).
 
 Pros: Good food at reasonable price
 Cons: Noisy (loud music or just simply noise of people talking), uncomfortable chairs, and tables are placed really close to each other so there is little or no privacy (you can basically hear the conversations of the tables next to you)
 
 Recommended dishes: ramen dipped in sardine/bonito sauce (seasonal menu), onigiri (unfortunately these have been removed from the seasonal menu), the very pretty and fresh chirashi don, the mini pork rice bowl, and the shoyu ramen!

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• 02 Jul 2015 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Good food at reasonable prices

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We like coming to Sanpoutei Holland Village for our weekend breakfast or lunch. We wish they will open slightly earlier on weekends, say 10.30 or 11am (the shop currently open at 11.30am).
 
 Pros: Good food at reasonable price
 Cons: Noisy (loud music or just simply noise of people talking), uncomfortable chairs, and tables are placed really close to each other so there is little or no privacy (you can basically hear the conversations of the tables next to you)
 
 Recommended dishes: ramen dipped in sardine/bonito sauce (seasonal menu), onigiri (unfortunately these have been removed from the seasonal menu), the very pretty and fresh chirashi don, the mini pork rice bowl, and the shoyu ramen!
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• 07 Jun 2015 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Orchard branch: Shoyu outshone by their Tonkotsu

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For $45 we got
- edamame
- shoyu ramen
- tonkotsu ramen
- black sesame

Everything was delicious.

The edamame was full of flavour and seasoned perfectly. They must use fresh edameme instead of frozen because for some reason it tasted especially good.

I ordered the shoyu. It was the clear kind of broth. It was very good.

My fellow diner ordered tonkotsu and after I tried a spoonful of his broth I had immediate food envy. The tonkotsu ramen broth was rich, creamy and super delicious.

The noodles were also good, quite springy and medium hard just the way I like it.

The pork was nice but nothing amazing.

We finished our meal by sharing a scoop of black sesame ice cream. It was very good and the perfect palate cleanser.
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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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