Ebisboshi Shotengai Singapore : Delicious Dry Style Ramen

This is my second time having a bowl of dry ramen. It intrigues me as ramen has build its image in my mind as a hot soupy bowl of noodle with a rich broth that is so good on rainy days; Dry ramen has not yet come across as 'delicious' to me. 

Till now.

This bowl of Special Tsukemen by Chef Hideyuki Nakagawa is mouthwatering and there's a good reason he separates the broth from the noodles. The broth, on its own, is too salty for you to be drinking it by the spoonful but packed with flavour, a dip in the broth with a chopstick full of noodles is all you need to experience this bowl of ramen in its full glory. 

Quality and taste goes hand in hand and the evidence is in this bowl of ramen. The fact that he hand makes his chashu, noodles and broth, deserves a special mention too as it goes to show that he's conscious about his cooking and the final product he serves up to his customers. 

Ebisboshi Shotengai

  • 1, Kim Seng Promenade,
  •  Great World City, #01-22,
  • Singapore 237994

  • Operating Hours :
    Sun - Thu: 11:30 - 22:00
    Fri - Sat: 11:30 - 22:30
    Eve of PH: 11:30 - 22:30

  • Many thanks to Komars F&B group for the invite.


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