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Daikokuya – Raffles City Ramen




Decided to give their ramen a try one night while in raffles city. Later saw that this place has a higher score in time out Singapore than ramen santouka which is the most ridiculous nonsense I’ve ever heard.

Anyways the ramen here wasn’t bad, but was just absolutely nothing special. I tried their tonkotsu char siew and the broth was slightly creamy but thin and light in taste. If you’ve ever had proper tonkotsu, don’t expect it here. This was nice because it brought me back to the days when I had half a$$ed ramen in Australia which actually brought back fond memories.

Nothing about the ramen was bad here, it was just no better than ajisen which for me is just utility ramen when you’re starving and there is nothing better in the mall…

252 North Bridge Road
#B1-13 Raffles City Shopping Centre
+65 6336 7456

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