8 Best Ramen Places to Try in Singapore

Your ramen cravings sorted.
Classic Favourites Kanada-Ya Kanshoku Ramen Kiwami Takagi Ramen
New Exciting Flavours Menbaka Fire Ramen Afuri Hototogisu Torasho Ramen & Charcoal Bar

Are you a hopeless ramen-tic? Teleport your tastebuds to Japan as you tour Singapore’s best ramen places featuring familiar bone broth classics and show-stopping spectacles of “fire ramen” performances. Hunt down the best ramen in Singapore with this list for an extra satisfying slurp!

1. Menbaka Fire Ramen Singapore

 
 
 
 
 
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These roaring flames need no introduction! Famous for its theatrical ramen demonstrations, Menbaka Fire Ramen was established in Kyoto in 1984 by ramen Master Masamichi Miyazawa.

A must-try is their Shoyu Fire Ramen (from $20.05), a Menbaka Signature. This is a 226-year-old secret recipe that is a concoction made from chicken broth and flaming Negi juice, thus delivering a pleasantly meaty taste. Closer to home, their locally-inspired Collagen Tonkotsu Fire Ramen (from $22.29) features a creamy and full-bodied pork bone broth.

If you’d like to enjoy a bowl in the comfort of your own homes, Menbaka Fire Ramen is also open for both delivery and pick up! To avoid the snaking long queues, place your reservations at this famous ramen place before heading down.

Where: Cineleisure Orchard 8 Grange Rd, #05-03, Singapore 239695

2. Kanada-Ya

Specialists in Tonkotsu ramen, Kanada-ya is everyone’s go-to place for Japanese ramen in Singapore.

Famed for their Truffle Ramen (from $25.03), each hearty bowl is served with slices of truffle belly chashu, black truffle jelly, and more. For stay-at-home folks, they are now offering a Family Bundle Set for 4 ($98) with your choice of 4 Ramen/ Donburi, 2 sides, 4 cups of green tea and a complimentary Edamame ($5.78) starter.

Where: Various locations

3. Afuri

On the hunt for innovative and interesting ramen places in Singapore? Have a taste of the unconventional at Afuri. Their menu spotlights the Yuzu Shio Ramen ($23), featuring a light and delicate broth made with local chicken, dried bonito, anchovy, and kelp.

If you prefer your ramen noodles fiery, order the Spicy Tsukemen ($17.90). Dunk and swirl your noodles in a separate bowl of concentrated broth and enjoy it all in a single slurp! Savour the taste of Japanese Ramen in Singapore from the comfort of your home with island-wide delivery.

Where: Funan, 107 North Bridge Rd, #B1-29, Singapore 179105

4. Hototogisu

 
 
 
 
 
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Enjoy Michelin Star ramen at home with just a few clicks. Hototogisu’s Tonkotsu Original Ramen ($16) is simple yet rich, using Hamaguri clams and pork bones to produce a unique clear soup.

Simmered with Japanese blue crabs, their Crab Ramen ($18.50) is also a must-try. Reminiscent of a lobster bisque, this sweet bowl of goodness wholly encapsulates the essence of fresh seafood.

Where: Various locations

5. Kanshoku Ramen

 
 
 
 
 
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Making a good bowl of ramen is a work of art that takes over 12 hours here at Kanshoku Ramen.

Don’t miss their Truffle Ramen (Dry) ($17.90), a generous bowl filled with Nagasaki Somen tossed in shaved Italian truffle and truffle oil. Those seeking a fiery adventure will love the Flaming Hot Tonkotsu Ramen ($15.90), put together using a locally curated blend of chilli and spices. Top up $2 for a ramen egg to complete your meal.

Where: Various locations

6. Kiwami

 
 
 
 
 
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Yet another best ramen place in Singapore that offers delivery! At Kiwami, their original-recipe noodles are crafted with Hokkaido wheat, which matches perfectly with their rich tonkotsu broth simmered for over 10 hours.

If you are looking for a family sharing set, the Combo Set for 4 ($75, U.P. $95) comes with four mains, sides and drinks. Of the four mains, two are ramen: Tonkotsu Ramen ($14.70 al-carte) with chashu and Black Tonkotsu Ramen ($16.40), drizzled with roasted black garlic oil.

Where: Various locations

7. Takagi Ramen

 
 
 
 
 
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Famed as one of the most wallet-friendly Japanese ramens in Singapore, Takagi Ramen aims to satisfy your hunger with a quick, hearty bowl of ramen.

For a casual fuss-free option, opt for Chashu-men ($11.50), a Tonkotsu noodle soup served with sliced chashu. If you are hosting a couple of friends at home, order in the Ultimate Bundle Meal (for 3) at only $39 (U.P $65.80)! This set comprises 3 bowls of ramen (Takagi, Miso and Karaka), 3 sides (Gyoza, Ebi Fry and Takoyaki) and 3 Large Pink Lychee drinks.

Where: Various locations

8. Torasho Ramen & Charcoal Bar

 
 
 
 
 
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Renowned for a variety of ramen options, Torasho Ramen & Charcoal Bar offers three main ramen varieties: Dry Ramen, Dipping Ramen (Tsukemen) and Soup Ramen. One of the most coveted dishes is their Tsukemen “Singapore Best” ($14), which pairs ramen noodles with a rich seafood and tonkoktsu dipping broth.

If you’re feeling a little more fancy, try the Uni & Chashu ($18) version, featuring a sweet uni broth with charcoal pork cha shu, bamboo, and nori.

Where: 32 Tras Street, Singapore, 078972


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