Tampopo is tucked away in a quiet corner of Liang Court, same level as McDonald and situated next to Subway. The ramen is good and reasonably priced. But our favourite is the Ika Teriyaki (no rice inside). 1 pack of 2pcs for S$11 and quite big. It is in "ready to-eat" form. My husband and me always buy and heat it up at home to eat as snacks or with meal.
Best kept secret of mine since my secondary school days. I really hope this deli will be around forever till I grow old and have no teeth, still I will find a way to eat their udon. The pork chili udon and curry katsu udon are my personal favorites. My older folks prefer the vegetable or beef udon for the plainer broth. Pair it up with a side of salad or two and a pudding for an extra satisfying meal. Comfort food at it's best. Long live tampopo deli.
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