Dish of the Month April 2020

Dish of the Month - Ramen | Chope

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Fancy an umami bomb?

Japan has blessed us with many things—its culture, its skincare, its sights. But above all, it’s her food that’s really got us all hooked—and what comes to mind other than the wonderfully delicious, mind-blowingly good, umami-filled Ramen?

This April, we celebrate this universal-favourite with some of our top picks in Singapore.


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Post a photo of your Ramen (yes, any Ramen!) on Instagram, tag @ChopeSG and hashtag #ChopeSG #ChopeDOTM

5 lucky winners will be announced on May 1st!


1. Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodles

Multiple Locations

As the world’s first Michelin-starred ramen joint, Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodles uses only premium and natural ingredients to dish out a variety of bowls with flavours including Shoyu, Shio, Miso, and even Teriyaki!

Shoyu Soba: $15


2. Ramen Nagi

Suntec City

Originating from Japan, Ramen Nagi is renowned for serving different types of ramen every day for a whole year. Take your pick from interesting flavours such as the Red King (chilli flavour), Black King (garlic flavour) and Green King (basil flavour), and more.

Original Butao King: $13.90


3. Torasho Ramen & Charcoal Bar

32 Tras Street

Nestled amongst the plethora of Japanese eateries in Tanjong Pagar, this hidden gem is not to be missed. Its signature Tsukemen ramen (dipping ramen) is a must-order. Priced at only $14, this affordable bowl is guaranteed to leave you wanting more.

Tsukemen “Singapore Best” : $14.00


4. Gangsta Ramen

1 Tanjong Pagar Plaza

Dining solo? Gangsta Ramen’s the first in Singapore to offer private booth dining, much like Ichiran in Japan. At only $8 for the Tonkotsu Ramen, it’s definitely one of the most value-for-money bowls in Singapore!

Original Ramen: $10 ($8 with ChopeDeals)


5. The Ramen Stall

787 North Bridge Road

Swapping the traditional pork broth for chicken, The Ramen Stall offers a halal alternative for diners, but doesn’t cut back on the quality and flavour. Find yourself hungry in the middle of the night? Then you’ll be glad to know they’re open until 5 in the morning!

Volcano Ramen: $11


6. Ippudo Ramen

Multiple Locations

What’s a list of best ramen eateries in Singapore without the mention of IPPUDO? Hailing from Fukuoka, this well-loved chain doesn’t ever disappoint when we’re craving a piping hot bowl of goodness.

Shiromaru Basic: $15


Take Your Pick