Marukin Ramen – Hakata-style Chicken Ramen at Scotts Square

By Daniel, April 13, 2012

Marukin Ramen is supposedly one of the most famous ramen chains in Tokyo since 1992, renowned for its slowcooked homemade soup created from high quality ingredients featuring the use of collagen for beautiful skin.

After making waves through its hugely popular franchise showing in Shanghai IFC, Marukin Ramen has made its way to basement one of the new Scotts Square at Orchard Road.

The shop had an open and fastfood-like concept, which I wished that there was some form of enclosure like its neighbours Maison Kayser and Kuzumi. Customers were strangely sparse on a weekend too.

Varieties includes Marukin Shio, Shoyu, Miso and Spicy Hot Ramens all at $9.80. Instead of serving its signature Hakata style ramen made from pork broth, this local chain opts for a chicken stock for its soup base. I had the Marukin Ramen Set ($15.80) which came with potato salad and a bowl of mushroom rice. Talk about carbs overload.

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Marukin Ramen (Scotts Square)
6 Scotts Road, #B1-11/12 Scotts Square, Singapore (Orchard MRT) Tel: +65 6636 3468
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm Daily

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2 Responses to “Marukin Ramen – Hakata-style Chicken Ramen at Scotts Square”

  1. M. Cook says:

    I’m looking at a Marukin M400 and I was wondering if anybody has heard anything about these bikes?

  2. jamie says:

    I won’t recommend this place Marukin Ramen Tokyo at Scotts Square. The noodle is cheap yellow noodle and the soup base is taste like made from packet miso paste. Like eating expensive mee soto not worth short changed.

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