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Ramen Santouka 火头山

Ramen Santouka

Ramen Santouka
火头山

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Ratings:
73%   (162 votes)
119 / 162

Type: Restaurant

Ramen Santouka offers some of the best Japanese cuisine in Singapore, serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for comforting solo meals and casual dining. They offer a variety of noodles topped with different flavours which will surely satisfy your taste buds.Located along Eu Tong Sen Street, Ramen Santouka is only a few minutes away from Clarke Quay MRT station.Ramen Santouka was founded by Hitoshi Hatanaka. He wanted to develop a classic ramen coupled with a hearty soup for everyone to enjoy by using top quality ingredients to bring out robust flavor.MUST TRIES: Items to look forward to include Shio Ramen, which has a mild salt flavor. They also offer Shoyu Ramen, which gives a soy sauce flavor. Go for Miso Ramen if you want a soybean paste flavor. You may opt for Spicy Miso Ramen, too. They have Char Siu Ramen, which comes with extra roast pork. And don’t miss to try their Tokusen Toroniku Ramen, which is Santouka’s original dish that gives you delicious ramen with roasted pork cheeks.

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Hours:
Daily: 11:00 - 22:30

Address:
6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #02-76 Central

Cuisine:
Asian, Japanese


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