5 Koek Road
#01-10 Cuppage Plaza
Singapore 228796

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05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

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A bountiful plate of cold ramen noodles topped with cucumber, tomato, char siew, egg, crabstick, mayonnaise, and sesame dressing.

Some may find this too salty for their liking, but I was able to enjoy it just fine. The portion is also extremely large, and one may have trouble finishing it unless they are famished, or if they have someone to share it with.

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Ramen with fried rice - just like how people enjoy it in Japan. This is a little pricey, and cost me $21 before GST. I came here alone during lunch hour on a weekday, all the way from the CBD, to mentally recharge and treat myself to something nice (and pricey). The place was nearly empty, but I found it rather relaxing as a consequence. The ramen here is not as "polished" as those you can find in places such as Ippudo, Sanpoutei, or even Menya Musashi - but it still tastes good nonetheless, and has a sort of intangible, "down to earth" flavor that other higher end outlets seem to lack. The fried rice is also delicious (although some may be put off by its slightly mushy texture), and the portion sizes are also more than satisfactory for people with monstrous appetites such as myself.

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A platter consisting of gyoza, salad, chahan (fried rice), karaage, and a half-portion of ramen (shoyu). Good option for those who can't decide what to eat, or enjoy variety.

Saw this place when I first visited Cuppage Plaza many years ago but never gotten the chance to visit. Today as I having staycation nearby so decided to takeaway their food.

Although they are famous for their gyoza, they actually also selling items like the ramen and some Chinese style foods.

Subuta is basically our Chinese style of sweet & sour pork. The bento set also comes with their signature gyoza and tori kara-age.


Tasty ramen. Cha shu is a bit too hard to bite though.