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The Ramen Stall

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Located at Short Street, The Ramen Stall specialises in ramen and Japanese Cuisine.

Mon to Fri: 11.00am - 3.00pm and 6.00pm - 4.00am, Sat: 6.00pm - 4.00am, Sun: 5.00pm - 1.00am

+65 67349294
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Simple, yet delicious!

This is a great place for dinner and definitely worth a night out with buddies. We went there last night with a party of 7. We loved every dish that the friendly staff recommended to us - from the BBQ chicken stick, to the salmon fried rice (top sedap!), the scallops and of course the various types of ramen.... The ice cream with tang yuan dessert was superb. Parking was convenient at the nearby La Salle College.

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• 25 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Below average ramen

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I went to the outlet at North Bridge Road and it was a total disappointment.  We spent $48 in total on ramen,  skewers and 2 sides. Food was totally below average, even coffee shop would have netter standard. Skewers were all okay. Except for the potato salad which was huge and going for $5.90.taste wise,  just don't expect too much. 
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• 20 Aug 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Simple, yet delicious!

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This is a great place for dinner and definitely worth a night out with buddies. We went there last night with a party of 7. We loved every dish that the friendly staff recommended to us - from the BBQ chicken stick, to the salmon fried rice (top sedap!), the scallops and of course the various types of ramen.... The ice cream with tang yuan dessert was superb. Parking was convenient at the nearby La Salle College.
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• 30 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

waste of time and money

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one of the worst places i've been to. food is extremely over priced for its exceptionally lousy quality and taste. the service? wow its even worse than the food.
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