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That Warm Feeling from an Ajisen Ramen... (A Singapore Food Post)

Don’t you just love ramen?  I know I do.  And one of our favorite places to have this delicious noodle dish here in Singapore is at Ajisen Ramen.

Ajisen Ramen

Established in Kumamoto, Japan in1968, Ajisen Ramen is a well-known noodle shop selling different kinds of delicious and tasty ramen.  They now have over 700 shops worldwide, the number of which I sincerely hope is continuously growing as their food is simply drool-worthy.

Inside their Ngee Ann City (Takashimaya) mall branch

Don't you just love the interiors?  Feels like you’ve been transported to another place.

My favorite is the Chicken Teriyaki Ramen (S$10/Php330*) -- ramen noodles topped with teriyaki chicken pieces, egg, and vegetables.  There isn’t much soup in this.  Instead, a bit of sauce is mixed in to blend that sweet and salty teriyaki flavor with the noodles, chicken, egg, and veggies.

Chicken Teriyaki Ramen

Another must-try is the Seafood Ramen (S$10/Php330*), generously ladled with Ajisen Ramen's signature tasty broth.  *slurp!*

Seafood Ramen

For an additional S$3.90 (Php129*), you can upgrade your meal to a ramen set (price varies depending on the type of noodle dish you order), which includes your choice of drink and additional side dish.  In our case, we chose the fried cuttlefish (really chewy and delicious) and…

Fried cuttlefish
… the California maki (‘twas ok; I’ve had better.)

California maki

Their ice lemon tea (S$3/Php99* ala carte) is the perfect drink to wash everything down.  Not too sweet and is a house-blend concoction.

Ice lemon tea

Ramen servings are good enough for 2 to share.  A very enjoyable trip, indeed.

*S$1 = Php33


Ajisen Ramen
TAKASHIMAYA (Ngee Ann City mall)
391 Orchard Road
B210-1 (Basement 2)
Singapore 238873
T     +65 6732 4873

Please visit their website for the complete list of branches. 


Planning to visit?  Drop by my "Getting Around Singapore" post (click here) for more details on how to get around the Lion City.


  1. We have Ajisen Ramen in our place too. I usually get the corn Ramen. Haven't been there in a while tho..

  2. I wish i can eat ramen too someday! really look spicy and tasty...:)


  3. I love ramen but the downside...after an 2 to 3 hours...gutom ulit ako...i guess this is with the noddles effect on my stomach!


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