Japanese Michelin-starred ramen restaurant, Nakiryu, has recently opened an outlet at Plaza Singapura on 13 Jan 2023. It is 1 of the 3 ramen restaurants to currently hold a Michelin star, the other being Soba House Konjiki-Hototogisu and Chukasoba Ginza Hachigou.
Nakiryu was founded by Chef Kazumasa Saito, who formerly worked as a head chef for Hong Kong restaurant, MIST, which was also a 1 Michelin star eatery. Nakiryu was started in Tokyo and in 2016, was awarded the Bib Gourmand award.
Subsequently, in 2017, Nakiryu achieved its first Michelin star and as if winning one wasn’t hard enough, Nakiryu has continuously maintained the star for 7 years and counting. The ramen from Nakiryu got so popular that even popular instant noodle giant, Nissin, sold their Michelin ramen as instant noodles.
For starters, their signature dish is the Tan Tan Men (S$15.90) which is spicy ramen with ground pork. There’s also the Shoyu Ramen (S$14.90) with a soy sauce-based broth and the Shio Ramen (S$14.90) that is primarily seasoned with salt, allowing for the flavour of the broth to shine.
Other ramen options include Prawn Wonton Cha Shu Ramen (S$18.90) and Hot and Sour Soup Ramen (S$15.90). If you prefer rice instead, you can opt for their rice set such as Salmon Teriyaki Rice Set (S$18.90), Thick Cha Shu Rice Set (S$15.90) and Yodare Dori rice Set (S$13.90).
Complete your order with side dishes such as Prawn Wonton Spicy Garlic Sauce (S$8.90), Cuttlefish (S$7.90), Yaki Gyoza (S$7.90) and Fried Chicken (S$7.90). To end your meal, why not try their Cheesecake (S$6.90) and Pudding (S$6.90)!
Here’s hoping for even more Michelin-starred restaurants to settle here!
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