Don’t Miss Out on These Top Ramen Shops in Singapore

My sister-in-law’s go-to comfort food is ramen, and thankfully, my father-in-law is blessed with golden hands in cooking it. Ramen, a beloved Japanese staple, is renowned for its rich broth, springy noodles, and succulent slices of meat. Fortunately, Singapore boasts an array of ramen establishments, each offering an authentic and satisfying experience. Whether you crave a creamy broth or a broth-less alternative, there’s a bowl to suit every taste.

Here are some of the finest spots to indulge in Japanese noodles, all priced under S$20:


Tsuta proudly holds the title of the world’s first Michelin-starred ramen eatery. Led by Chef Yuki Onishi, Tsuta in Singapore revolutionizes ramen by eschewing MSG and artificial additives in favor of premium, natural ingredients. The result? Savory, innovative flavors bursting with umami.

Indulge in the original truffle shoyu soba (starting from S$13.80), a signature dish featuring chashu, leek, truffle puree infused with truffle oil, and bamboo shoots. For a deluxe experience, opt for the premium char siu truffle shio soba (starting from S$13.80), boasting premium kurobuta loin and Iberico belly.

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Locations: Jewel Changi Airport, 313@Somerset, and more.


Founded by Hiroto Nakamura in Tokyo in 2003, Afuri has since expanded globally, including its arrival in Singapore in 2019. What sets Afuri apart is its use of yuzu, a citrus fruit, in its signature ramen broth. Topped with ingredients like chicken, kombu, and dried bonito, Afuri’s ramen offers a unique twist.

Sample the signature yuzu shio ramen (S$15.90) or explore the latest addition of asari ramen specials, featuring a lighter broth brewed with clams. Pair your ramen with Afuri’s renowned signature fried chicken (S$6.90).

Location: Funan, B1-29, 107 North Bridge Road


Marutama Ramen stands out with its chicken-based broth, a departure from the pork-based broths of other establishments. This results in a lighter, more refreshing bowl that won’t weigh you down. It’s no surprise that patrons often request an extra serving of noodles!

Indulge in the classic Marutama ramen (S$14.90) with a seasoned boiled egg, or opt for the char siu marutama ramen (S$18.90) featuring four additional slices of chashu. Spice enthusiasts can savor the Niku miso ramen (S$15.40).

Locations: Clarke Quay, Kallang, and more.


The first time I tried Ippudo was with my husband and sister-in-law. I was awestruck by the flavor and aroma of the ramen. Conceptualized by Shigemi Kawahara in the ’80s, Ippudo revitalized the Kyushu ramen scene and has now made its mark in Singapore. Experience history with the Shiromaru Motoaji Ramen (starting from S$14.85), featuring a creamy tonkotsu broth and tender pork belly chashu. Alternatively, try the Akamaru Shinaji Ramen (starting from S$15.85), enhanced with a special blended miso paste and fragrant garlic oil.

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Locations: Sengkang Grand Mall, UE Square, and more.


Originating from Niigata, Sanpoutei Ramen adds to Singapore’s diverse ramen offerings. Their signature shoyu ramen boasts a clear soup broth simmered for six hours, complemented by freshly churned noodles and premium toppings like aburi chashu.

Don’t miss the Niigata shoyu ramen (S$15) or the W soup tonkotsu ramen (S$17), featuring a rich, concentrated broth simmered for 12 hours.

Locations: Holland Village, Shaw House, and more.


Experience the spectacle of “volcano ramen” at Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen, where your meal erupts before your eyes. Served in a pre-heated stone bowl, the dish features a calcium- and collagen-infused soup poured over noodles, creating a flavorful eruption.

Try the kazan curry (from S$16.80), kazan karamiso (from S$16.80), or kazan kaisen-shio (from S$16.80) for a spicy, savory treat.

Locations: Century Square, Funan, and more.

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With these top ramen destinations in Singapore, you’re guaranteed a satisfying culinary journey without breaking the bank!

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50% Off the second bowl from Menya Kokoro’s New ‘SUPER’ Summer Menu (Until 25 May 2023)

Japan’s Number 1 Mazesoba Specialist, Menya Kokoro launches new ‘Super’ Summer Menu with 50% off the second bowl purchased for a limited time only! Two’s a crowd, so grab your buddy and enjoy the fresh and energising flavours of Summer in Menya Kokoro’s four delightful creations: from cold soupy noodles to dry mixing mazesoba and even a hearty rice bowl to fuel you through the season!

Why ‘Super’? Each bowl from Menya Kokoro’s new ‘Super’ Summer Menu showcases a unique identity that is simply perfect for the season!

‘Super’ Summer Menu:

  • SUPER FRESHCitrus Hiyashi Seafood Ramen – UP $15.80 (R) , $17.80 (L)
  • SUPER MENTAI CHEESE! Mazesoba – UP $16.30 (R),  $18.30(L)
  • SUPER GARLIC! Mazesoba – UP $15.80 (R), 17.80(L)
  • SUPER UNAGI! Unakatsu Donburi  UP $17.80 (R), $19.80 (L)

Using only fresh noodles that are handmade in-stores daily, savour Menya Kokoro’s signature springy noodles with a delightfully chewy mouthfeel made from whole grain Japanese wheat flour imported directly from Japan.

Locations: Suntec (#03-313), 100AM (#02-10), and Plaza Singapura (#B2-53).

Terms and conditions:

  • Exclusively for dine-in only.
  • All prices are subject to GST and service charge.
  • Promotion not valid with any other deals, discounts or promotions unless otherwise stated.
  • Discount applied to the same or lower priced item(s), while stocks last.
  • Photos are for illustration purposes only.



FairPrice selling Samyang plain ramyun noodles at $3.93/pack so you can zhng up your Korean instant noodle game

Attention all noodle lovers! If you’re looking to zhng up your instant noodle game, then you’ll be thrilled to hear that FairPrice is now selling Samyang plain ramyun noodles at an affordable price of $3.93 per pack. This is not just any ordinary instant noodle, but a Korean favorite known for their chewy texture.

With FairPrice offering these noodles, you can now create your own delicious versions of Korean dishes right in the comfort of your own home.


One of the best things about Samyang plain ramyun noodles is their versatility. They can be used in both soup and dry dishes, and their plain flavor allows you to get creative with your cooking. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can try making your own version of budaejjigae, which typically consists of noodles, spam, hot dogs, kimchi, and other ingredients that you can easily find at your local supermarket. You can also try adding your own favorite ingredients to the noodles, such as vegetables, eggs, or meat.

You can also use it in Tteokbokki

Another great thing about Samyang plain ramyun noodles is their quick cooking time. They’re perfect for busy weeknights when you don’t have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen, but still want a satisfying and flavorful meal. Simply boil the noodles for a few minutes, add your favorite sauce or seasoning, and voila! You have a delicious and satisfying meal in no time.

In conclusion, they are a fantastic addition to any pantry, and FairPrice’s affordable price makes it even more accessible for everyone to try. Whether you’re a fan of Korean cuisine or just looking for a quick and tasty meal, these noodles are sure to satisfy your cravings. So head to your nearest FairPrice store and stock up on Samyang plain ramen noodles today!


Brand new WOKE Ramen offers 1-for-1 Wok-Hei Ramen for a limited time only

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Fancy for wok-hei filled noodles with rich prawn soup? Recently launched WOKE Ramen is offering an attractive promotion of 1-for-1 Ramen for a limited time only for dine-in! Save 50% by getting 2 bowls of ramen for the price of 1! (now $5.45++, u.p. $10.90++/bowl)

WOKE Ramen is Singapore’s first-ever wok hei ramen, a crossover between Japanese ramen broth and Chinese lamian noodles. WOKE’s noodles are first stir-fried in a singed wok before being doused in either creamy chicken collagen broth or a sweet prawn broth. The result is an unbeatable combination of smoke, depth and umami – a wonderful alchemy of culture, deliciousness and wok(e).

Chicken Chashu Prawn Ramen ($13.90)

Must tries include their Chicken Chashu Collagen Ramen ($13.90) that tops off your bowl of wok hei ramen with grilled chicken chashu, onsen egg, black fungus and spring onions; the Seafood Mix Prawn Ramen ($18.90), a treasure trove of seafood with the full works of prawn paste balls, Tiger prawns and scallops served atop wok hei ramen, onsen egg, black fungus and spring onions in the prized savoury prawn broth.

Sides not to be missed includes the Hot & Spicy Bean Dumplings ($5.50), Golden Beancurd Skin ($3.50), Five Spice Beancurd ($3.50), Chicken Karaage ($4.50), and more.

The promotion runs from 28 Feb to 2 Mar 2023, valid on ALL ramens at WOKE Ramen.


  • Operation hours:10.30am-11pm daily
  • Location: Changi Airport Terminal 1 Viewing Mall Central, #03-19, S819642
  • MRT: Changi Airport MRT
  • Socials: @wokeramensg


  • Valid for first 100 bowls daily
  • Not valid for takeaway
  • Not valid in conjunction with other discounts
  • Not valid for complete set meal
  • Higher price item will be charged




The Latest and Biggest Ramen Trend In Japan, Iekei Ramen Arrives in Singapore – Enjoy 1-for-1 launch promotion for 2 days only on 4 & 5 February 2023

Catch the latest and biggest Japanese ramen trend that is taking Japan by storm – Iekei Ramen! Originating in Yokohama, Japan, the Iekei Ramen offers a new and exciting bowl of noodles with three different ways of enjoyment!

Pronounced as “E…A…K…”, the Iekei style combines both tonkotsu and shoyu, so the broth is both thick and surprisingly nuanced with a complexity of flavours. Different from the usual ramen, Iekei Ramen is served with a bowl of rice to let diners enjoy the rice with the accompanying seaweed and rich broth. Each bowl is topped with tender chashu (3pcs), ajitama, spinach and seaweed (4pcs). Iekei Ramen is priced at $15.80 (R), and $17.80 (L).

Here at Menya Kokoro, diners are invited to enjoy the slurp-worthy bowl in three-ways:

  1. Enjoy the homemade noodles with the rich soup,
  2. Enjoy having a scoop of rice wrapped in seaweed and dipped in the soup,
  3. Enjoy adding Dou Ban Jiang for a spicy umami kick.

For 2 days only, enjoy 1-for-1 promotion on Iekei ramen, available 4 & 5 Feb, at Menya Kokoro @ 100AM only. Valid for dine-in only with one (1) complimentary Iekei ramen per receipt, not valid in conjunction with other promotions or loyalty program.

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Terms and conditions:

  1. Valid for dine-in only with one (1) complimentary Iekei Ramen per receipt.
  2. The complimentary item is only applied to the same product.
  3. No splitting of bills or tables allowed.
  4. Valid at Menya Kokoro 100AM Outlet only.
  5. This promotion is only valid on 4 Feb 2023 and 5 Feb 2023, from 11am to 8pm last order.
  6. This promotion is not valid in conjunction with other promotions or loyalty program.
  7. Complimentary items are given on a first come first serve basis and subject to availability, while stocks last. Complimentary items are not exchangeable for cash or other items.
  8. Photo is for illustration purposes only.
  9. Menya Kokoro reserves the right to amend the terms and conditions.

Menya Kokoro Ramen Izakaya @ 100AM

100 Tras Street #02-10, Singapore 079027

Operating Hours:
Mon – Thu: 11am to 3pm, 5pm to 9pm
Fri: 11am to 3pm, 5pm to 9.30pm
Sat: 11am to 9.30pm, Sun: 11am to 9pm

Contact Number: +65 6443 1727