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The Ramen Stall
Here at The Ramen Stall, they follow Japanese recipes but with a local twist. It is a halal restaurant that caters to the Muslim friends as well to satisfy their cravings. The operation runs from evening time all the way till the next morning where you can spend your night on better indulgence if you feel like having supper not just at your usual 24 hours coffee shop.  

The are well known for their ramen. The secret lies in the soup, the broth is rich and refreshing in flavour, and milky with a smooth texture. The soup is chicken-based, boiled for over 30 hours using only the finest and freshest of ingredients without any artificial flavouring.

Starting with the Prelude - the appetizers, and that includes their popular Japanese Gyoza, Potato Salad, Okonomiyaki, Agedashi Tofu, Chawanmushi, and Deep Fried Salmon Skin.

Introducing the stars of Ramen Stall, first and foremost - the Beef Ramen (a must try), next is the Dry Ramen that comes with their chef's special sauce, producing an aroma that is hard to resist. Following is the Volcano Ramen for chilli lovers, and not forgetting their Mushroom Ramen and Abalone Seafood Ramen to complement the whole team.

They also offers Kushiyaki (side dishes) and BBQ menu such as Prawn with Roe & Mayonnaise, Saba Fish (mackerel), Unagi, Salmon Fishhead and their popular Lamb Chop.

Three words to describe - "Heaven on earth".
Address :787 North Bridge Road Singapore 198755
Tel : 6655 0800
Hours of Operations : Weekdays:05.00pm-5.00am, Weekends & PH:12.00pm-5.00am
Email : feedback@theramenstall.com.sg
Cuisine : Japanese
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