Kanada-Ya Singapore will be opening its 4th outlet at Paragon on 19 Dec 2020!
Established in 2009 in the small town of Yukuhashi, Fukuoka, Japan which is also Mr Kanada hometown Kanada-Ya has since expanded to 16 outlets worldwide-2 in Japan, 3 in London, 6 in Hong Kong, 1 in Barcelona, and now 4 in Singapore. Four!
We first tried Kanada-ya’s ramen in London back in 2016 and it is our must-visit restaurant in London ever since. For the uninitiated, Kanada-ya specialises in Tonkotsu ramen. Their rendition is aromatic, authentic and very very satisfying.
Kanada-ya will be opening a 55-seater restaurant at Paragon and to celebrate the opening, it will be offering 100% unlimited cash rebate with no minimum spend and no cap from 19 – 21 December 2020. If you haven’t tried their ramen, this is the best time to do so.
Kanshoku Ramen has opened a new outlet at NEX and it will be having 1-for-1 Dry Truffle Ramen from 8 to 10 Dec 2020.
The famous fire ramen from Kyoto, Menbaka Fire Ramen is opening its first-ever overseas outlet outside of Kyoto at Cineleisure Orchard, Singapore on 24 November 2020.
You’ve probably seen footage of Menbaka’s legendary fire ramen all over the internet. And now, you will get the chance to savour the fire ramen in Singapore without having to fly to Kyoto.
With an endless array of ramen restaurants offering delivery and takeaway services in Singapore, you’re bound to be spoilt for choice.
We’ve picked out 10 Japanese ramen restaurants in Singapore that offer islandwide delivery and they including Michelin-starred ramen and a few halal ramen options. It’s time to satisfy these cravings.
These places prove that delicious bowls of ramen can be enjoyed anywhere—even from the comfort of your own couch when you’re binging Netflix at home during this circuit breaker period. Order a delicious bowl of ramen from this ramen delivery guide to accompany your binge session!
Our favourite type of men is RAMEN. This awesome noodle dish has everything you could ever ask for — tender fragrant cha shu, gooey lava egg, springy noodles and irresistible broth. Repeat after us: ramen is life.
Sadly, ramen isn’t the cheapest. One bowl could easily set you back by S$15 or more. But, finding one that’s both affordable and good isn’t an impossible task. In fact, we’ve found 10!
Singapore actually has quite a number of eateries and stalls that do great ramen priced below S$10. Some of these places are even run by Japan-trained cooks, so you can expect ramen of superb quality.
When Singaporeans see the word Yishun, save for the Yishun-dwellers, they normally think of the many odd occurrences that have been blown up on social media and the news often over the past few years.
However, many don’t realize that Yishun is a treasure trove of rather affordable yet delicious food options! One of them, our latest food-find, is Suparakki Ramen located in Northpoint City, serving ramen under S$10. Meaning “super lucky” in Japanese, you’ll find you and your tastebuds feeling exactly that when you taste their ramen.
Does your heart race at the thought of spicy, kickass and lip-numbing food? Well, you will be happy to know that the new Spicy Rock at Capitol Piazza specialises in Japanese fusion food and provides an extensive menu where spice junkies can get their fix of numbing heat.
This fun hot spot will be your new go-to when you’re craving a mean kick of spice! With their creative menu, think beyond your usual Japanese fare. You can expect exciting dishes such as Spicy Rock Chicken or Beef Curry Rice, Super Spicy Tori-kotsu Ramen and their Spicy Rock Square Hot Pots—all power-packed with spices and will definitely make you rethink your ability of eating spicy food.
Here’s everything we love about Spicy Rock and why you should make a trip there soon too!
From now until 20 Dec, enjoy 30% OFF your bill at Spicy Rock when you quote ‘ladyironchef’ and show the staff that you are following @Spicyrockk on Instagram.
October is a great month for ramen lovers! Not only do we have the legendary Ichiran Ramen’s pop-up stall and an abundance of other famed ramen booths setting up shop at Takashimaya’s Japan Food Matsuri, there is also the new “Ichiran-inspired” Gangsta Ramen at Tanjong Pagar Plaza.
What sets Gangsta Ramen apart from the usual ramen restaurants in Singapore is that they are the first place in Singapore to emulate Ichiran Ramen’s private ramen dining concept! Their prices are also NETT, with no GST or service charge.