10 Best Ramen Places in Singapore

Ramen has become one of the popular food trends all over the country with almost every strip of restaurants in the city including one famed Japanese noodle spot.

The competition to be known as one of the top ramen places in Singapore is fierce, but it doesn’t deter ramen spots from opening all over the metro.

How do you know which of the many ramen joints in town will serve you a bowl that is truly worth your time and money? If you’re looking for the best ramen in town, check out these 10 Top Ramen Places in Singapore.



ServicesRamen Places
Price Range 
Contact Details+65 8668 5053
Address10 Paya Lebar Road, PLQ Mall, 03-30, S(409057)

This small restaurant, founded by Kazuhiro Kanada in 2009, has subsequently spread across the globe, including Japan, Spain, the United Kingdom, and Singapore. This well-known ramen shop now has five locations across the island, serving up aggressively flavored dishes like truffle ramen, spicy yuzu ramen, and chashu tonkotsu ramen. The latter is a popular dish made with collagen-rich pork bone broth, springy hand-pulled noodles, and soft pork collar chashu slices.

ServicesRamen Places
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Contact Detailsfeedback@jfh.com.sg
Address100 Tras St, #01-01, Singapore, 079027

Expect a variety of seafood flavors at Konjiki Hototogisu, which is known for its substantial clam-based soup. But, honors aside, Chef Atsushi Yamamoto’s restaurant should be visited for inventive dishes like the Winter Ramen, which blends fish and sour cream, and the peppers and bitter gourd-infused Summer Ramen.


Menya Kokoro

ServicesRamen Places
Price Range 
Contact Details+65 6261 2428
Address68 Orchard Road, Plaza Singapura, B2-53, S(238839)

At Menya Kokoro, mazesoba replaces the typical tonkotsu and miso broth ramen. In this brothless ramen version, thin noodles are replaced with thick chewy ones, and soup is replaced with soy-based tare sauce. Choose the aburi chashu mazesoba, which features a flowing onsen egg, rich minced beef sauce, and deliciously grilled chashu.


Torasho Rame & Charcoal Bar

ServicesRamen Places
Price Range 
Contact Details+65 6970 5055
Address32 Tras St, Singapore 07897

Torasho serves a range of ramen varieties, including traditional with a twist, dipping ramen, and dry ramen. If you want a pure ramen meal, go for classic; dipping ramen if you want complete control over your ingredients; and dry ramen for a truly unique dining experience.

ServicesRamen Places
Price Range 
Contact Detailsinfo@marutama.com.sg
Address6 Eu Tong Sen St, #03-90 The Central

Marutama Ramen serves a chicken paitan soup with its homemade noodles instead of a pork-based broth, and trust us when we say it works. Order the standard Marutama Ramen, which includes substantial pieces of pork belly and char siu, seaweed, and spring onions (plus ramen, of course), or the Zenbu Nose Ramen, which includes generous portions of pork belly and char siu, seaweed, and a lava egg.

Finest Ramen Places in Singapore

Sapporo Ramen Miharu

ServicesRamen Places
Price Range 
Contact Details+65 6733 8464
Address#01-06/07/08 Millenia Walk, 9 Raffles Boulevard

I’m not sure if it’s one-of-a-kind, but I believe it’s beautiful beauty in a soothing environment. Miharu is the name of a small village in Hokkaido where Japanese tourists queue to try the local food. Regardless of where you dine at the restaurant, ramen is always served in a genuine setting. In Hokkaido, Sapporo has its own version of ramen noodles, known as “Sapporo-style” curly yellow noodles. At Miharu, you may entirely satisfy your hunger for this type of pasta.

ServicesRamen Places
Price Range 
Contact Details+65 6463 7277
Address253 Holland Ave #01-01, Singapore, Singapore, 278982

The rich broth created with chicken, veggies, and sardines in Sanpoutei’s distinctive shoyu ramen is full of flavor. Tsukemen noodles are available for the more daring diner, and tonkotsu ramen is available for those who prefer a traditional pig broth. While you’re there, order a plate of their chicken karaage, which is all Japanese fried chicken should be and more.

ServicesRamen Places
Price Range 
Contact Details+65 6782 7389
Address2 Tampines Central 5 #B1-10 Singapore, Singapore 529509

Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen in Osaka is well-known for its volcano ramen. Steam rises from the top of the pot cover during the cooking process while using hot stone crockery, forming a “volcano.” There’s also a curry variation of the bubbly meal.


Keisuke Tonkotsu King

ServicesRamen Places
Price Range 
Contact Details+65 6225 2235
+65 6636 0855
Address1 Tras Link #01-19, Orchid Hotel, Singapore 078867

From the temperature of the soup to the amount of chicken oil and the richness of the broth, Keisuke has complete control over his ramen. You can also customize your ramen bowl by adding your own ingredients, such as noodles made to your specifications and toppings like pork, seaweed, and spring onions.


Afuri Ramen

ServicesRamen Places
Price Range 
Contact Details+65  6970 1386
Address107 North Bridge Road, B1-29, S(179105)

With its unique bowl of noodles, this ramen shop has always garnered customers. Get a taste of the restaurant’s distinctive yuzu shio ramen, which is light and citrusy, unlike regular ramen broths. Choose the yuzu shio ramen, which is made with thin whole-grain ramen noodles in a yuzu broth. Succulent chashu pig slices, fried garlic, nori, and fragrant yuzu peel complete the bowl.

Frequently Asked Questions


What does ramen mean in Japanese?

One theory is that ramen is the Japanese pronunciation of the Chinese lamian (拉麺), meaning “hand-pulled noodles.” A second theory proposes 老麺 (laomian, “old noodles”) as the original form, while another state that ramen was initially 鹵麺 (lǔmiàn), noodles cooked in a thick, starchy sauce.

Is ramen Korean or Japan?

Japanese. What is ramen? Ramen is a Japanese noodle soup with an umami flavor, made with wheat noodles and various savory toppings. Unlike ramyeon, it is typically made fresh, and great care is taken over the ingredients and preparation, with specialty broths like tonkotsu taking almost a full day to make.

Why is ramen so popular in Japan?

Ramen swept the country after World War II when the US flooded a hungry Japan with cheap wheat. Popular regional styles emerged as ramen chefs riffed and created countless varieties. In 1957, an innovative Osaka man named Momofuku Ando noticed workers lined up at a local shop, waiting for steaming bowls of noodles.

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