Men-Ichi Japanese Ramen restaurant has five locations in Singapore, one of which is within Jurong Point mall (1 Jurong West Central 2).
The restaurant has a menu featuring rich ramen soups that derive their essence from high-pressure cooking that extracts maximum amount of umami & sweetness from the ingredients such as pork bone, pork backbone, chicken bone & vegetables.
Men-Ichi’s specialty tonkotsu (pork-based) soup is creamy & rich in collagen. In fact, each bowl of Men-ichi tonkotsu ramen contains 9500 mg of collagen.
The recipes feature 100% home-made noodles of different thickness that best complement the different soup bases.
Men-Ichi’s thin noodles have an aroma of wheat with an springy texture and are best paired with lighter Shoyu or Shio broths.
The thicker Nishyama noodles, meanwhile, are hand-picked from Hokkaido for their smooth texture that goes perfectly well with the thicker Miso broth.
Made from quality butabara (pork belly), Men-Ichi’s char siew is first oven-roasted, then boiled with the restaurant’s home-made sauce till the flavour is fully immersed in the meat.
Men-Ichi Japanese Ramen Restaurant Locations in Singapore
Men-Ichi Japanese Ramen Jurong Point
1 Jurong West Central 2, #B1-53/54, Shokutsu Ten Japanese Food Street, JP1, Jurong Point
Hours: Monday-Sunday 11am-10pm
Men-Ichi Japanese Ramen NEX
23 Serangoon Central, #B1-79, Shokutsu Ten Japanese Food Street, NEX
Men-Ichi Japanese Ramen Hillion Mall
17 Petir Road, #01-01/02, Hillion Mall
Men-Ichi Japanese Ramen Tampines 1
10 Tampines Central 1, #B1-07, Kuriya Japanese Market Yokocho, Tampines 1
Men-Ichi Japanese Ramen Great World City
1 Kim Seng Promenade, #B1-01, Shokutsu Ten Japanese Food Street, Great World City
Men-Ichi Japanese Ramen belongs to a portfolio of restaurant brands owned by RE&S.
Other brands owned by the group include Kuriya Dining, Ichiban Boshi, Ichiban Sushi, Kuishin Bo, Shimbashi Soba, Yaki Yaki Bo, Sumiya, Kabe No Ana, Ami Ami, Shabu Tontei, Gokoku, Shabu-Ichi, Tokyo Eater, Fiesta, Shokutsu Ten, Wadori, Kuriya Japanese Market, Ichiban Bento, Idaten Udon, Ginzushi, Daimon Food Alley, and Tenfuku Tendon Specialty.