Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Volcano Ramen

My friend who has sign up for Zumba class at Senja-Cashew CC, has some injury and could not made it for class, she ask me whether i'm able to fill in for her in the class in order not to waste the class.  Since i am free on that day and that i know the instructor, so i went for the class.


After the class, was at Bukit Panjang Plaza which is just opposite the CC, saw this Volcano Ramen, was tempted to try out.


Free beansprout


Ramen


Yaki Gyoza 

The ramen itself is S$12 and the Yaki Gyoza is S$5, but if ordered a set, the cost is S$16.

Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen
1 Jelebu Road
#01-64/65
Singapore 677743

30 comments:

  1. Don't really fancy Japanese Ramen but I don't mind having the Gyoza, haha

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  2. What a name! Explosive, the food?

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    1. I should go google for it about the name of the eatery place...

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  3. Wah, volcano ramen, I faster scroll down to see the pictures.. I always LOVE ramen.. I ALWAYS order ramen when I go to Japanese restaurant.. LOVE their soup.. And yes, like you, I cannot miss the gyoza, I can eat 10!

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    1. If u ask me to eat gyoza alone, i can, i can eat many of it, hehe...

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  4. volcano ramen!!! I wonder how "volcano" it is?? hehe.. the ramen and gyoza looks good, and you've got S$1 discount!!! :)

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    1. haha... After eating, no "volcano", hehe...

      Ya, if order set, then got discount, hehe...

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  5. ramen and gyoza my fav. Long time no eat gyoza, I want to eat this weekend.

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  6. where is the volcano? kihkihkih Ramen sure SK and Chris cup of tea .

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    1. So far no volcano, ramen, also my favourite, hehe...

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  7. I wonder why it is called volcano hee..hee...

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    1. Have yet to google whether can find the answer, hehe...

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  8. I was expecting something hot and spicy but this looks yummy too

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  9. I like Gyoza, can I have them all, hahaha...

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  10. Volcano makes me think of something explosive or very hot and spicy....so is the Ramen spicy? I prefer the Gyoza any time.

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    1. Nope, not spicy...

      Same, same, i also prefer Gyoza any time, hehe...

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  11. I like gyoza!! Fried gyoza, not those steamed or in the soup. Can be soggy sometimes.

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  12. Specialty is volcano ramen?

    What is yours?

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    1. The space is small and quite crowded that day, so didn't notice which is the speciality...

      Saw the set ramen, then ordered, hehe...

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  13. wahhhh... yummy! Price not so cheap but as long as food tasty then worth it...

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