Ippudo, Singapore

Ippudo, also known as Hakata Ippūdō (博多一風堂) in Japan, is a Japanese ramen restaurant chain with locations worldwide. Ippudo is well known for its tonkotsu ramen, and are the "work of a craftsman" offering both springy texture and deep flavours. "Ippudo" in direct translation means "one wind hall". This is because at the time, there were dark clouds over the Kyushu ramen industry, and the founder and CEO intended to "blow wind and revolutionise the era". The first restaurant opened in 1985, in the Daimyo District of Chuo Ward, in Fukuoka City. At Ippudo, consumers can choose their preferred level of hardness of their noodles, ranging from soft to very hard. For me, I selected Medium level of hardness, just like al dente style.  Shiromaru Motoaji | $21 (above image) The Shiromaru Motoaji Special serves with umami eggs, simmered pork belly and seaweed. Its original creamy tonkotsu broth served with thin noodles (like Mee Kia), pork belly chashu, bl

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