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An authentic Japanese Noodle restaurant, Sapporo Ramen Miharu serves the most preferred and famous brand of noodles in Japan, popular for its most appetizing and scrumptious taste.

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  1. Camemberu
     25 Apr 2008 at 6:02 pm
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    I managed to try the famous Miharu at Gallery Hotel a year ago. I wasn't terribly hungry but I was just dying to try the noodles since they were nearby.

    Hubby had the miso tsukemen - cold dipping noodles with hot broth (which tasted comforting, with a hint of a sweetish taucheo taste in it). The Sapporo Nishiyama noodles (imported from Hokkaido) were nice and springy. He liked the noodles enough to eat them on their own. But I think the highlight for him was the glass of most refreshing Sapporo draft beer for it was a very hot day.

    My tokusen tonkotsu ramen came in a thick, murky soup (extremely salty!) and a layer of oil floating atop. The corn was delicious! But I hated the brown bamboo shoots which had this pungent, unwashed flavour. Hubby also removed his from his dipping broth before he could really enjoy it. I can't say I truly enjoyed the noodles as the bamboo shoots really negated any good flavour of the soup. Would I go back? Perhaps still. I'd like to try the koumi version of the tsukemen and the other ramen flavours. I'll just have to mandate that the bamboo shoots be left out.

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  2. His Food Blog
     19 Feb 2008 at 12:18 am

    Many of my friends and readers have came back telling me that I have yet to complete my ramen research till I am done sampling ramen from Sapporo Ramen Miharu. Eager to complete my findings, I persuaded my buddy Sharon for a late Sunday lunch.

    It was said that a good bowl of steaming hot ramen is to be slurped away within 10 minutes – for if it is left too long, the noodles would lose its texture and springy nibble. This is precisely why Miharu does not allow takeaways. Miharu uses fresh Sapporo Nishiyama noodles imported from Hokkaido, which is fatter in texture. Being the first outlet in Singapore - the original shop in Chiba, Japan – the restaurant also made an effort to import stock ingredients from Japan so that their noodles are not localised.

    Their popular Miso Tonkotsu is well liked for a reason – the soup broth was rich in flavour from the chicken and pork bones (although I find it a bit oily), and pretty salty – similar to those found in Japan, and the corn and the dash of spring onions was surprisingly delectable. However, the Char Siu was good but not as tender and soft as those from Marutama. I also tried their Gyoza, but I was not overwhelmed with it.

    The skin was a tad too dry and many locals would probably find the overpowering taste of the Chives too strong for their liking. Overall, a quality place for ramen especially for the soup broth, but personally I would still prefer the Char Siu and noodles from Martutama.

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    1. kormmandos
       19 Jan 2008 at 12:54 pm
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      Overall, it the ramen here tastes pretty decent, just except for some of these observations:

      The Soup is too Salty... but you can request for a base soup which you can add into your soup to make it less salty. Half an hour later, I realised the soup was actually loaded with lots of MSG, as the throat got very dry. I can't imagine the amount of Ajinomoto the chef might have put.

      The Char Siew is not as soft as I would have liked it Compared to Ken Ramen, the char siew tasted a little dry and hard. I wouldn't say it tastes bad, I just prefer the char siew from Ken Ramen.

      The curly noodles reminded me somewhat of some quality instant noodles, but then again, ramen is Japanese. And Japanese invented instant noodles. The texture of the noodles was in fact nicely springly and chewy.

      Free flow of water from a jug This is something I wish more restaurants would adopt. Water should be free and freely available by the jugs for customers to self serve. Serving water is a lousy excuse for service charge. Plus, wait staff conveniently forget your request for a refill habitually. And reviewers start complaining and throwing profanities about bad service.

      The laid back atmosphere What I liked about this place is the homely and woody furniture which helps take the patrons away from the hustle and bustle of the outside. It was very tempting to just set there, relax and while the day away.

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