Where to Get the Best Ramen in Singapore

Ramen originated in China but it spread to neighbouring countries (like Japan) and eventually to the whole world. Many people like to eat ramen these days. Ramen is served with wheat noodles, broth soup, sliced pork, boiled eggs, pepper, onions and many other ingredients. If you are craving for one, there are many ramen places in Singapore that you should go to. Here’s an idea:

Ramen Santouka

Ramen Santouka is located in Eu Tong Sen Street. They offer bigger servings with the best Hokkaido style ramen. You must try onsen eggs, pork cheek, pork gyoza and many more. Price per serving is S$20.

Keisuke Tonkotsu King

Keisuke Tonkotsu King is located in Orchid Hotel. The restaurant offers three ramen types-Tonkotsu, tonkotsu and black spicy. While waiting for the food, barley drinks are served for free. There are hard boiled eggs and bean sprouts are provided on every table. Price varies depending on the toppings. It ranges from S$10.80 to S$15.80.


Nantsuttei Restaurant is located in Millenia Walk, Raffles Boulevard. Customers are privileged to see the chef while preparing the ramen. It is small but the place is cozy. You must try chashu don, negi ramen, maru toku, dragon ramen and many others. Price per serving is S$20.


Ippudo is located in Orchard Road and UE Square. Ippudo Singapore is owned and operated by Ippudo Japan which is Japan’s largest ramen restaurant. They have their own ramen factory. You must try their spicy shrimp, cream puff, miso ramen, Ippudo Krakamen and many others. Price is from S$21 to S$30.


It is located in North Canal Road. For forty years of serving ramen, they are considered one of the best not only in Singapore but also in Japan. You must try their chashu don, shoyu ramen, miso ramen and many others. Price per serving is S$20.

There you go. Just choose which ramen restaurant you want to go to.