Hokkaido Style Ramen- Miso broth with butter and corn at Keisuke's Sapporo Misono. Source: Sapporo Misono

When we’re talking about Japanese food recommendations, it’s pretty hard to leave out Keisuke’s arsenal of Japanese restaurants in Singapore. Even for just the ramen, there are already eight different styles to fight over. Despite so, it doesn’t stop Chef Keisuke Takeda from bringing to us his 9th concept- Hokkaido Speciality Ramen.

Sapporo Misono, named after the capital of Hokkaido, features a brand new style of ramen. We’re probably more familiar with creamy Tonkotsu broths or the lighter Shoyu ones. But Hokkaido-style ramen harps on the heartiness of miso (fermented bean paste) to combat the harsh weather.

A bowl of Miso Ramen starts from S$12.9 but we do recommend the Butter & Corn Special (S$17.9), which fully encapsulates the essence of Hokkaido ramen.

For a lighter flavour that doesn’t compromise on satisfaction, we’d recommend the Scorched Shoyu Ramen (S$11.9).

Interesting and exclusive side dishes include the Hokkaido Potato Mochi (S$6.9) that features a veil of crisp over a fluffy and chewy mix of potato and glutinous rice.

The Salmon Ikura Meshi (S$11.9) is also equally alluring, with its generous scoop of salmon roe and minced salmon perched atop of a bed of Japanese white rice.

Location: 9 Raffles Boulevard #02-15 Millenia Walk, 039596
Tel: +65 6254 7619
Opening hours:
Mon- Fri: 11:30am- 3pm; 5pm- 9pm
Sat- Sun: 11:30am- 9pm


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