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[F&B] IPPUDO Singapore Unveils Its First-ever Cheese Ramen and its Top-selling Ramen in Thailand

[F&B] IPPUDO Singapore Unveils Its First-ever Cheese Ramen and its Top-selling Ramen in Thailand

The new seasonal ramen offerings will be available at selected outlets from 16 March 2020

Umakara Spicy Cheese Tonkotsu (left); Wakayama Ramen (right)

SINGAPORE, 16 March 2020 – Ramen lovers, do not miss out on IPPUDO Singapore’s new offerings! The restaurant is set to launch two seasonal dishes, Umakara Spicy Cheese Tonkotsu and Wakayama Ramen, at selected outlets. The offerings will be available from 16 March 2020 for a limited period.

“IPPUDO is always looking to innovate and create new ramen flavours for local gourmands. By infusing ramen with other familiar and beloved ingredients, we preserve the DNA of this classic and iconic dish while keeping it relevant and showcasing its versatility. We are also on a mission to bring the best-selling and beloved dishes of IPPUDO’s global outlets to Singapore, so that our local guests can enjoy them right here,” said Masaki Ijiri, CEO of IPPUDO Singapore.

The Umakara Spicy Cheese Tonkotsu will be available at the Mandarin Gallery and Mohamed Sultan outlets. The launch of this dish marks the first time IPPUDO Singapore is doling out a cheese ramen. When cheese meets ramen, magic happens! The bowl of rich and creamy tonkotsu ramen is ceremoniously heaped with a mountain of parmesan cheese and draped with irresistible melted mozzarella cheese. Get ready for that Instagram shot of gooey cheese stretch! The ramen is also topped with torched chashu, crispy deep-fried diced potatoes, umami egg, broccoli and served with a side of garlicky cherry tomatoes and juicy torched bacon cubes. Mix all the ingredients well for that creamy goodness and savoury punch.

A top seller in IPPUDO Thailand, the Wakayama Ramen will be available at Shaw Centre, Westgate, Tanjong Pagar, The Star Vista and Marina Bay Sands outlets. Fragrant and piquant, this ramen will certainly resonate with the Singaporean palate. Originating from Wakayama City, this dish is lauded for its original tonkotsu, married with a dash of chicken broth to produce a rich body yet mild finish. It comes complete with a mix of loin and belly chashu, umami egg, fish cake, bamboo shoots, seaweed, fresh spring onions, and is served with a side of marinated beansprouts. Toss in some takana (Japanese pickled mustard greens), which is a traditional Japanese garnish. It boasts a mildly spicy note and a crunchy texture, which adds depth of flavour and an enticing bite to the ramen.

The Umakara Spicy Cheese Tonkotsu is priced at S$19 per bowl at Mandarin Gallery and Mohamed Sultan outlets while the Wakayama Ramen is priced at S$18 per bowl at Shaw Centre, Westgate, Tanjong Pagar and The Star Vista outlets, and at S$20 per bowl at Marina Bay Sands outlet.

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