Sapporo Ramen Miharu offers a fully authentic Japanese dining experience. Gastronomes can enjoy the high quality bespoke menus masterfully prepared in front of your eyes. From tasty dipping ramen to the authentic bowl of tokusen ramen, all has been set in a dazzling presentation. Nevertheless, some handmade Japanese side dish also available right here that promises you to satisfied your palate rightly. Perhaps, a delightful gastronomic experience starts here.
Strategically located at the Millenia Walk, Sapporo Ramen Miharu is a smart venue with the traditional Japanese theme and wooden furniture that completely different with any other restaurants in the neighborhood. Followed by the fast-service and beautiful aroma of freshly cooked noodle, the customer would feel relax and comfort enough to stay a bit longer. Just remember to put a reservation if you come with a big amount of group in order to avoid the long queue.
First stop is the strong-bodied Yaki Gyoza (S$ 6.50) that stands up for the crispiness and juiciness of it. Sapporo Ramen Miharu has invested their time to create this recipe and no wonder it's become the crowd favorite menu nowadays. If you think it still lacks flavor, then just add a bit of soy sauce or even chili oil.
Tamago Yaki (S$ 6.50) is another option for starters that certainly light and delicious. It's equal parts of eggy and soft that perfectly match with soy sauce or ramen soup. Make sure to have it while it warmth for the best experience.
Entering the entrée section, Ookara Miso Butter Tsuke-men (S$ 14.80) is set to guarantee you with a strong flavor and melt-in-mouth texture. The way they cooked that noodle is truly exceptional results in springy and smooth texture on every slurp of it. Comes together with the spicy miso soup and ultra juicy pork belly, your dining experience would be lifted into a certain level of satisfaction. However, don't forget to mix that butter with the soup for extra richness. Just paired this with a glass of beer and nothing can bother you anymore.
Food expert should go with this as well, Tokusen Miso Ramen (S$ 14.80). Featuring the heartwarming combination between springy noodle, pork belly, corn and half-boiled egg together bathed in rich miso sauce. Once you stir it, all of the beautiful aromas would be released and pamper your sense for a while. Never forget to add a tablespoon of soy sauce and chili oil for balanced all those flavors. Also known as the crowd favorite menu.
For the beverage, each table has been designed with Iced Water on the side that certainly free for every guest. But if you looking for another option might be a glass of Beer or Hot Ocha, then just take a look at the menu and ask the staff for the availability.
Sapporo Ramen Miharu has kept the heritage of Japanese ramen and twist a bit to become much more modern. The restaurant scene in Singapore is come and go but they certainly survived and get a consistent crowd each day. Does it mean a good sign for you to visit them?
Sapporo Ramen Miharu
9 Raffles Boulevard #01-06/07.08
Nearest MRT: Promenade
RSVP: (+65) 67 338 464
12.00pm - 3.00pm (Saturday & Sunday)
6.00pm - 10.00pm (Saturday & Sunday)
11.30am - 2.30pm, 6.00pm - 10.00pm (Monday - Friday)
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