Sapporo Ramen Miharu – Authentic Sapporo Ramen Moved To Millenia Walk
Sapporo Ramen Miharu remains as one of my top 5 ramen in Singapore, for reasons of taste and sentimental. Previously located at Gallery Hotel, it was one of the first Japanese restaurants in Singapore to serve authentic tasting ramen in a rather rustic setting, before the likes of Ippudo and Keisuke came to our island. So it moved to Millenia Walk, after Gallery Hotel was acquired. Their Sapporo style ramen is commonly associated with medium sized, curly yellow noodles in miso-based ramen, topped with sweet corn, butter, and bean sprouts. A point to note is the soup is generally rich, thick and salty, suitable for the colder weathers of Hokkaido. Therefore, the key ingredients to the ramen, such as noodles, miso, kelp and soup base are all directly supplied by manufacturers In Hokkaido. The recommended include Tokusen Miso ($14.80), Miso Tonkotsu ($14.80) and Tokusen Ton S...