The Ramen Stall

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*Halal-certified The Ramen Stall is dedicated to serving authentic ramen and an extensive selection of mouth-watering Japanese dishes that has adapted to the local palate - healthy yet tasty food. Offering a different and alluring dining experience, the Ramen Stall opens till late for night owls looking for supper places to slurp down a delish bowl of ramen.

787 North Bridge Road
Singapore 198755

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12:00pm - 06:00am

05:00pm - 06:00am

05:00pm - 06:00am

05:00pm - 06:00am

05:00pm - 06:00am

05:00pm - 06:00am

12:00pm - 06:00am

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Passing this busy street for so many years, this is actually my first time visiting this Halal Japanese restaurant.

Ordered their beef ramen and felt a bit disappointed. The broth itself was delicious but not strong enough to me for how a ramen broth supposed to be.

Thankfully the beef slices are tender enough to enjoy. But sadly not a decent ramen that would make me want to come back.

๐Ÿฅข Served with "Volcano" Chilli paste, marinated minced Chicken, Chicken Chashu, Corn Niblets, Nameko Mushrooms, Seaweed, Green Onions and a Hanjuku Egg

๐Ÿงพ SGD$11.90

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๐Ÿ’ฌ So I initially ate this bowl of noodles a couple of months back, but I was reluctant to post it because that was actually my first time eating halal ramen and it was not good, albeit the decent reviews online. I felt that it was unfair of me to judge without having tried other halal places yet, at least for a comparison before criticising. Now fast forward a few months and having tried others, it is safe to say that my previous criticism was not unwarranted. One of the key components of ramen would be the ramen noodles of course, and when the noodles are bad it is hard to salvage the meal. I do not know what happened but these noodles were soft, overcooked and the opposite of springy. Their texture reminded me of noodles from those Chinese lamian foodcourt stalls. The broth was also barely satisfactory, tasting rather mild even though it had this creamy look and milky flavour. The "Volcano" chilli was not spicy even at level 3, definitely underwhelming if you are a spice lover. The only thing I liked were the marinated minced chicken but I cannot justify paying $12 for that. Frankly, I am still rather hesitant in adding this into my ramen log as I did not feel like I actually ate ramen. However since they do call this Japanese ramen, it will therefore be rated as one.

Had the Chicken Floss Cutlet Sushi roll together with the Signature Volcano Chincken Ramen ($11.90). L2 spice level was just right. Food taste pretty decent for the price

From The Ramen Stall
Really appealing looking handcrafted Ikura Sushi.
Not bad indeed.

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From The Ramen Stall
Non spicy version of dry ramen.
Intense flavour by reducing the ramen soup into sauce which coated each ramen.
Tender meat texture & really yummy egg too.
Highly recommended!


From The Ramen Stall
Served chilled, cheerful colour.
Really cooling for the hot day indeed.
Not bad!

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