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Old 06-02-2010, 03:45 PM   #826
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I consider the chicken soup base as a more 'inferior' selection compared to the 7 nuts soup base, which is considered Marutama's 'popular' selection. I think on the menu this is known as the Aka Ramen - Marutama Original Seven Nuts Soup Base Ramen with Coriander. (correct me if I'm wrong, trying to rem off the back of my head) As for the charshu or toppings, I agree that Marutama's charshu is a little thin or lacking compared to Santouka, but thats their style I guess and most of the time, I do opt to add additional toppings when I dine at Marutama like Ajitsuke Tamago or Kakuni when I order my ramen there. (thus why I have mentioned on this thread in the past that usually dining at Marutama will be slightly more expensive compared to when dining at other ramen places)



Yup I 2nd this, I prefer the Central Mall outlet one.
I usually get the spicy or the 7 nut. in fact, i recommend everyone who goes there to do the same. No point getting the normal chicken soup version as its nothing special
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Old 07-02-2010, 04:15 PM   #827
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1. Menya shinchan
1. Santouka
3. Ippudo
4. Noodle house ken
6. Ajisen
6. The one in liang court

Other ramen shop dont leave any impression. Based onwhat other people say Miharu could be the best Ramen place for me. Like it salty, I hate it when food tried to adapt to local style.
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Old 10-02-2010, 04:46 AM   #828
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Miharu at gallery hotel is the best to me.
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Old 10-02-2010, 11:20 AM   #829
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Had aoba yesterday. Soup was too salty, egg and char siew like ajisen.
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Old 11-02-2010, 12:17 AM   #830
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Aoba is really salty, but without any depth to the soup, unlike Miharu.
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Old 11-02-2010, 01:39 AM   #831
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nobody tried the ramenplay @ 313? any comments?
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Old 11-02-2010, 07:33 AM   #832
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1. Menya shinchan
1. Santouka
3. Ippudo
4. Noodle house ken
6. Ajisen
6. The one in liang court

Other ramen shop dont leave any impression. Based onwhat other people say Miharu could be the best Ramen place for me. Like it salty, I hate it when food tried to adapt to local style.
the one in liang court is which one? got a few le.

i give tompopo in liang court thumbs up.
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Old 11-02-2010, 12:23 PM   #833
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how's ramenplay??

also, there's a tampopo in Wisma but not sure the quality
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Old 11-02-2010, 09:56 PM   #834
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Old 14-02-2010, 10:57 AM   #835
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Tried Miharu, and re-test menya and santouka, my current ranking

1. Menya shinchan (shoyu porkbone/seafood porkbone tsukemen)
2. Santouka
2. Miharu
4. Ippudo
5. Noodle house ken
6. Ajisen
6. Aoba
6. Tampopo


1. Menya shinchan
1. Santouka
3. Ippudo
4. Noodle house ken
6. Ajisen
6. The one in liang court

Other ramen shop dont leave any impression. Based onwhat other people say Miharu could be the best Ramen place for me. Like it salty, I hate it when food tried to adapt to local style.
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Old 14-02-2010, 10:57 AM   #836
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Anyone tried ? Soup looks thick and yummy to me. Maybe next week...



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Old 14-02-2010, 10:34 PM   #837
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Tried Miharu, and re-test menya and santouka, my current ranking

1. Menya shinchan (shoyu porkbone/seafood porkbone tsukemen)
2. Santouka
2. Miharu
4. Ippudo
5. Noodle house ken
6. Ajisen
6. Aoba
6. Tampopo
The usual complain about Miharu is that it's too salty. But you can request for less salt - it's stated in the menu. Other than that, i think it's the best ramen around.
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Old 15-02-2010, 11:59 AM   #838
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Tried Miharu, and re-test menya and santouka, my current ranking

1. Menya shinchan (shoyu porkbone/seafood porkbone tsukemen)
2. Santouka
2. Miharu
4. Ippudo
5. Noodle house ken
6. Ajisen
6. Aoba
6. Tampopo
Ken's standard drop alot...

My fren went and complain that it is totally tasteless.
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Old 15-02-2010, 01:05 PM   #839
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Daikokuya Ramen:



mini size bowl - Sapporo Miso Ramen:

chicken broth soupbase, topped with bean sprouts, corn, nori (seaweed), leeks, bamboo shoots, 1 sliced cha shu (pork loin) and served with springy and curly noodles.
Soupbase not so strong taste, cha shu slightly hard.





mini size bowl - Tonkotsu Miso Ramen:

Pork soupbase still not so strong as santouka ramen. Soupbase does taste a bit sour, duno why. Noodles + other ingredients were gd. However what I like most is cha shu, tasty,soft tender with some fats, superb!
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Old 16-02-2010, 10:59 AM   #840
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Not too salty for me.. I like ramen the way it is, if they drop the salt it will go down lower. What bring Miharu down in my ranking is its noodle. It looks and taste just like a mass produced noodle you can get easily in the market.

Miharu have one of the best soup taste, otherwise it wont be up there in the ranking.

Ken's standard drop eh ? I havent been visiting ken for quite sometime, dont like to go to orchard area

The usual complain about Miharu is that it's too salty. But you can request for less salt - it's stated in the menu. Other than that, i think it's the best ramen around.
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