If you are craving for Japanese ramen, where do you usually go? Other than the famous Keisuke Ramen, Shin-Sapporo Ramen is also one of the ramen place in Singapore F&B market.The brand itself has recently introduced Fire Ramen. I was excited to witness the fire show the other day. I thought the only chance I can see fire ramen in Japan but it is in Singapore now. For those who are as curious as me, do check them out.
Shin Sapporo Ramen Singapore

Shin Sapporo Ramen Singapore-1

Shin Sapporo Ramen Singapore-2
Fire Ramen S$15.80++

Before it is on FIRE
Before it is on FIRE

Shin Sapporo Fire Ramen Orchard Gateway
With the new gimmicky serving, the fire show certainly gets the whole attention in the restaurant. The hot garlic-based flavor oil sets the flames creates a sensational visual to diners like us. So, after the ‘fire show’ is done, the chashu, green onions and Japanese leeks will be slightly charred.
After the FIRE
After the FIRE

And if you thought it will be spicy, then you are wrong. The ramen is not spicy at all. It is Shin-Sapporo’s signature Tonkotsu broth and stock from pork bones and meat. It is served with hakata-style noodles topped with Japanese leeks, green onions, bamboo shoots and slices of yakibuta( chashu).

Here are some tips or guidelines if you ever want to try the Fire Ramen:-
Shin Sapporo Fire Ramen Guidelines
And I record the moments when the trained staff puts the ‘fire show’ up.

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Butter Scallop S$8.80++
Shin Sapporo Ramen-Hotate Scallop
Sizzling servings with shimeji and butter, the scallop absorbs the essence of the shimeji and melted butter.

Age Kinoko S$6.80++
Shin Sapporo Ramen-Deep fried mushroom
Deep-fried Shiitake mushroom with wasabi mayonnaise sauce to dip.

Tonkotsu Sake Ramen S$15.80++
Shin Sapporo Sake Ramen

Shin Sapporo Sake Ramen-1
It was initially launched in 2014 and it has re-launched again for the winter season in Japan. The broth is prepared with sake and the after taste of the sake still lingers in my mouth. Some might find the alcohol taste is overpowering but it is all depends on individual’s preference. But I personally feel that the sake taste is mild. The ingredients in the ramen are the same except that the broth comes with sake in it.

Abura Sake Soba S$15.80++
Shin Sapporo Sake Ramen Orchard Gateway

Shin Sapporo Sake Ramen-Dry Version 1

Shin Sapporo Sake Ramen-Dry Version
This is the dry version of sake ramen. The noodle used is the Abura Soba which is a preferred choice among female customers. The difference with the hot sake ramen is that this version comes with addition of oil and shoyu in it. The sake taste is lighter as compared to hot sake ramen.

Shin Sapporo Chocolate Lava
We ended with a sweet note the night with Chocolate Lava Cake S$8.80.

If you are adventurous in food exploring, I would recommend you to give it a try. The spectacular fire flames that last for less than 10 seconds are definitely enhancing visual satisfaction. Or perhaps get yourself tipsy with their sake ramen.

Notes: Shin-Sapporo Fire Ramen and Sake Ramen will be available at Orchard Gateway and Century Square outlets for a limited period (seasonal) till end of March 2016. The Fire Ramen is advised to order 1 day in advance to avoid any disappointment.

[Thanks Elva , Doris & Shin-Sapporo Ramen for the invite.]

Shin-Sapporo Ramen
Orchard Gateway
277 Orchard Road
Singapore 238858
Tel: +65 67024906
Opening Hours: Daily : 11:00AM- 9:00PM

Century Square
2 Tampines Central 5, #B1-10/11
Tel: +65 6783 6304
Opening Hours: Daily: 11:00AM – 10:00PM

Alexandra Retail Centre
460, Alexandra Road, PSA Building, #02-23
Tel: +65 6276 5708
Opening Hours: Daily : 11:00AM – 9:00PM
Website: http://shin-sappororamen.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shinsappororamen/

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