Do take note that only 10 sets of this cold ramen is served each day and it would be best to call ahead to reserve. Personally, I don't think it's worth the price, and all that trouble plus attitude from the lady waitress really. I would come back for their miso yasai buta ramen though.
Noodle House Ken - Hiyashi chuka ramen
On the other hand, Noodle House Ken's hiyashi chuka ramen ($12+) had a sesame dressing. The noodles were slightly thicker than the former, but no less tastier thanks to the savoury, thick and fragrant dressing that did a good job of coating each strand of noodles with a luscious sheen. The toppings were also very generous -- fishcake, spinach, cucumber, omelette, menya (preserved bamboo shoot) -- and I really appreciated that Ken-san replaced my char siew (I requested for no char siew as well) with spinach without me asking for it.
Miharu and Noodle House Ken remain my top ramen joints.
10 Coleman Street
Grand Plaza Parkroyal
11:30am - 2:00pm
6:00pm - 10:00pm
Noodle House Ken
150 Orchard Road
Tel: (65) 6235 5540
Weekdays: 12 noon to 2 pm, 6 pm to 2 am
Sunday: 12 noon to 10 pm