5 Straits View
#B2-28 Marina One
Singapore 018935

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11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

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11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

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The dish was splendid. Taste just as good as it looks.

Portion was quite small but understandable for its low price at CBD.

Rate : 4/5

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The spiciness was the kind that you’d choke on if you’re not careful. Thats what happened. Don’t think its flavourful enough and the spiciness was derived from chilli powder instead of infused well in the soup. Thumbs down.

A clear and creamy broth that's just right, and not too salty, accompanied by a lightly fried red snapper made my Friday lunch 👍 good for the palate. Although I found the soup slightly greasy at first, it's really light to the touch. Though the ramen seems pretty average.

Heard this is another venture by Teppei! While this is $15 usually, there are $8.80 budget options with charsiew too. Got this under meal pal and it's v worth it.


My third mealpal meal and it didn’t disappoint. They packed the broth separately to prevent the noodles from becoming soggy. The noodles was al dente and really good, while the broth was light and tasted a bit like Maggie mee soup. They also give one seaweed, one Japanese egg(!!) and one chashu. Definitely value for money and worth a try 😋


Tried Ramen with ebi broth with 3 pieces of char siew ($12.8), the broth is clear and not very oily. Even the normal broth with pork and the spicy one is less oily compare with other ramen chains. 3 pieces of char siew is definitely enough for ladies - the char siew is quite huge and not too fattening. If you’re looking for something like ‘healthier’ ramen and not too rich this may be a good choice.

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Was thrilled watching the ramen chef cook with so much gusto.
Two interesting ramen in the menu include Creamy Sardine Ramen ($12) – a combination of dried baby sardine stock and tonkotsu soup; and Red Snapper Ramen ($15) – made from Kagawa red snapper’s extracted stock.

But sorry, the ramen totally didn’t work for me at all (other than the fish). Quite disappointing, unfortunately.

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