Kanshoku Ramen Bar (ION Orchard)

Kanshoku Ramen Bar has branched out to its third outlet at the heart of Orchard. Its space is very much similar to the branch at Orchard Gateway; reminiscent of a typical Japanese eatery with its long bar tables and chairs. “Kanshoku” in Japanese means to finish eating every last bit of your food, and you can finish your bowl here without leaving any leftovers as they don’t use salt or any preservatives usually found in other ramen.

You can dig into their truffle infused ramen (made up of Hakata-style noodles, caramelized pork belly, truffle oil and shaved truffle) which come in a delicious broth ($17.90) or opt for the dry version ($16.90) if you’re not up for something soupy. Those who like their ramen spicy can slurp up to their spicy tonkotsu ramen ($14.90) and flaming hot tonkotsu ramen ($14.90). They also have the usual Japanese nosh such as pork gyoza ($6.50), charsu donburi ($13.90) and chicken karaage ($6.90).