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Tonkotsu Kazan (Novena Square 2) 豚骨火山

Asian, Japanese

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21 votes

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Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 22:00

Novena Square 2
$19 based on 14 reviews

Tonkotsu Kazan originates from Osaka, Japan, and where they come from, they are sincere about bringing you the most original tastes of food that enriches your body. Tonkotsu Kazan are known for their tonkotsu broth and original noodles, served with a dash of their personal style.

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Hoongy ! • 07 Oct 20141844 reviews 253 followers

With more than a hundred ramen stalls in Singapore, Tonkotsu Ramen has certainly done well to differentiate itself from the rest with its "volcanic" ramen. No, I am not referring to its spice level, but literally a metal "hood" that is placed above the hot stone ramen to retain its flavours while it is being cooked with its hot soup. With lots of vegetables, this has to be on one of the more healthier ramens I have eaten as well.

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  • Lunch6 votes
  • After Work3 votes
  • Dinner3 votes
  • Ramen kazan3 votes
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Hoongy ! • 07 Oct 20141844 reviews 253 followers

With more than a hundred ramen stalls in Singapore, Tonkotsu Ramen has certainly done well to differentiate itself from the rest with its "volcanic" ramen. No, I am not referring to its spice level, but literally a metal "hood" that is placed above the hot stone ramen to retain its flavours while it is being cooked with its hot soup. With lots of vegetables, this has to be on one of the more healthier ramens I have eaten as well.

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ArcticStar • 25 Aug 2014272 reviews 1 followers

Wanting something soupy for dinner that night, The Beau and I headed for ramen, since the "volcano ramen" concept seemed interesting, and this was one of the restaurants at Novena Square 2 that was not crowded on a Saturday evening.
 
It was a small and non-discreet little Japanese restaurant with rather friendly and jovial service crew. The setting was simple but richly infused with authentic Japanese decor.
 
For mains, I had the Chashyu Karamiso Ramen (SGD$15.00) with kimchi...

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Hot Stone Curry Fried Rice
CDNinSNG • 10 Feb 20144 reviews 0 followers

Eat here once a week for a good quick and hearty lunch. Usually order the Ramen and Gyoza combo for about $16. Really flavourful and you get 6 Gyoza which is more than other places like Ippudo.

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