Takagi Ramen new outlets
Takagi Ramen is set to open their seventh and eighth outlets in One-North and Chong Pang City Blk 101 in Yishun, bringing affordable ramen to another two areas in Singapore. While we don’t have the exact details, these new outlets will open in April and May respectively.
Their opening in One-North comes after the closure of their Prince George’s Park Residences outlet in Kent Ridge. This new outlet sees a seating capacity of around eighty persons, where office workers in the area can head down to enjoy a piping bowl of ramen.
Meanwhile, the new Yishun outlet will be located in a HDB coffee shop in Chong Pang, bringing wallet-friendly ramen to the heartlands. What’s more, this outlet adds a brand new supper option to the neighbourhood, since it’s slated to be open around the clock.
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When you do head down to the Takagi Ramen outlets at One-North or Yishun, be sure to order their signature Takagi Ramen (from $9.90), starring a rich tonkotsu broth, elevated by kombu and bonito. If you like a kick to your ramen, there’s also the Karaka-men (from $10.50), which sees a blend of chillies added to the mix.
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Otherwise, zhng-up your usual ramen with their Mazemen (from $8.90) selection—essentially a mazesoba ramen dish, served with corn, seaweed, scallions, and savoury-sweet hand-pulled pork. If not, opt for the Jiajiamen (from $8.50), topped with pulled pork, shredded cucumbers, and a fragrant black bean sauce.
While you’re here, check out our Takagi Ramen review!
For more affordable ramen, there’s also our ATO review, with mazesoba and tomato cheese ramen from $6.90. Otherwise, if soba is your preferred