Itadakimasu, Shin-Sapporo Ramen

Located in the basement of Orchard Gateway, Shin-Sapporo provides one of the best quality ramen in Singapore. 



HISTORY OF SHIN-SAPPORO RAMEN 


Shin-Sapporo Ramen originated from Sapporo(Of course..), infused Chinese noodles/cuisines and combined with Japanese ingredients and methods of cooking. Their most favourable age-old recipe was Miso, that's why it's called the Birthplace of Miso. They've got four different types of soup base: Shoyu. Shio, Miso and Tonkotsu. 


First of all, if you do enjoy a bowl of Ramen, you'll slurp as loud as you can while feasting, which I did.

Tako-Yaki ($6.80)
 
We started off with a plate of Tako-Yaki and the moment you popped it into your mouth, it melts. Fresh and chewy at the same time too. 

Shin-Sapporo Gyoza Pork ($6.80) 

The gyoza was not oily and the filling was good enough to fill my tummy. Nevertheless, the pork was well-marinated and if you're a gyoza lover, I definitely recommend this to you! :) 

Abura Sake Soba Dry ($15.80) 

Sake lover? With the infusion of sake and soba, it gives off a different vibe when you eat.  It was my first time eating soba and sake at the same time. My whole experience was elevated by this dish and surprisingly the sake didn't taste as strong as I expected! The soba was chewy and smooth. 

Abura Soba ($14.80)

One of the chef's recommendation! The poached egg was really the killer of this dish, accompanied with the pork belly and bamboo shoots. Mix it well before you even taste it. Trust me, the poached egg is one of the musts that you must try. The noodle had a springy and QQ texture.

My verdict: Personally for me, I'll actually go for hard texture when it comes to noodles. And-and-and.. I'm in love with their deep-fried garlic flakes. A suitable place to hang out with your friends when you're in town or craving for ramens! 

ADDRESS
277 Orchard Road
#B2-04A/05 Orchard Gateway 
Singapore 238858

Opening hours: 11am to 9pm



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