Singapore Best Ramen Men-Tei Robinson Road JK1212, By JohorKaki
Like a true ramen-ya in downtown Toyko, Men-Tei in Singapore is a small compact, intimate space. If you walk briskly along busy Robinson Road, you are likely to walk pass it’s glass doors without even noticing.
If you are a ramen fan and missed this, it’s quite a loss as Men-Tei is one of the best ramen-ya in Singapore.
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Food Review: Men-Tei @ Robinson Centre, By MsHannahChia
How often do we fall in love with something and crave a career out of it? Well, I guess it takes a lot of courage and determination to do so. The story behind Men-tei is as such. Around 10 years ago, the founding co-partner of Men-tei, Chef Jason Lim, fell in love with ramen during his trip to Japan . He started a year long journey sampling, discovering and studying various type of ramen in Japan. In 2007, together with a group of like-minded Japanese partners, Men-tei was established. I am always on a quest to find good food and I am blessed to be invited to the media tasting together with a group of like-minded foodies.
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Men-Tei Ramen – Authentic and Classic Ramen at It’s Best, By The Silver Chef
Authentic Japanese ramen is not something that is easily found here, and with the explosion of all sorts of fusion and creatively concocted versions of this Japanese classic happening everywhere, it is almost a relief to find a place that sticks to the original way of making ramen.
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Men-Tei Ramen @ Robinson Road, By The Food Chapter
Men-tei in Japanese actually means Noodle Hut and I miss my travels in Japan. The way the Japanese chefs hone their craft is inspiring, they can spend years honing it and when they do, they only sell that one dish – which makes us rethink what Jack of all trades and master of none means. In their case, truly a master of one.
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