Monday, December 16, 2013

Review: Sapporo Ramen Miharu

After for shopping for our wedding rings at Chinatown, PL brought me to eat Sapporo Ramen Miharu at Robertson Quay *beams*

It's situated near M Hotel and Gallery Hotel. PL managed to park at Gallery Hotel and the staff there kindly guided us to the restaurant.

The restaurant is quite a small one, and according to PL, the waiting time for the restaurant is super long during weekday lunch. Apparently he went there with his colleague for lunch there before.

So, I asked him how was the food like, and he said there it was salty, but he can't remember what he ate.

So, to be safe, I ordered their special blended miso ramen.

Paiseh, it's a bowl of half eaten ramen. I was too hungry and forgot to take it before eating. The seaweed (which I had already eaten) tasted damn good. 

The soup base was rich and oily, as expected, but it was not very salty! I think it is just nice for me, but I couldn't finish the entire bowl as the portion was too big. The noodles are very chewy, and I love the buttered corn. Not for the calorie conscious people though.

PL ordered a fish soy based ramen. 

This is the first time I tried a fish soy based ramen. When the ramen came, and PL pushed his spoon towards me, I could already smell the soup even before I tasted it. The taste is very refreshing, and it doesn't leave a disgusting taste in my mouth like how some fish soup are. It was also less oily.

First time PL finished his food before me too! Either he was much hungrier than me, or the food tasted really good. LOL.

I think it's a really nice place as they play Japanese music too in the background and the waitresses are really attentive. I didn't have to ask them to refill my water, which is a bonus! And there are magazines that I can read to entertain myself while waiting for the food too!

The drawback is that it is so far away from the MRT station that I think I would lose my way if PL did not ride me there. >.<

GF Gallery Hotel
1 Nanson Road
Tel: +65 6733 8464
Thu to Tue: 12pm – 3pm, 6pm – 9pm

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