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Bishamon Ramen (65)62353386 3 Temasek Boulevard Suntec City North Wing #03-313, Singapore 038983 Promenade Daily: 11:30am – 3pm , 5:30pm – 10:30pm 2 on J Passport, premium Japanese services and products in Singapore

Bishamon

Bishamon

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The restaurant’s broth for its Sapporo series of ramen calls for a unique blend of three types of miso — red, white and black. Black miso is very hard to come by and hence rarely used in Singapore; Bishamon procures its black miso from suppliers in Japan. The three types of miso are stir-fried and made into a paste, which is then mixed with pork-bone and chicken soup. This special miso paste kicks up the soup’s flavour profile with its nutty piquancy.

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Daily: 11:30am – 3pm , 5:30pm – 10:30pm

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New Brand! Bishamon. A Specialist in Miso Ramen!

 

Ramen lovers, rejoice! After a four-year absence in Singapore, Bishamon, a specialist in miso ramen, is back and better than ever! Bishamon will offer a brand-new menu — tuck into traditional Sapporo-style miso ramen right here in Singapore. It will be sharing restaurant space with chicken ramen chain Menya Takeichi at Eat At Seven — long-time fans of the latter can now enjoy ramen offerings made with pork-bone and chicken broth.

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The restaurant’s broth for its Sapporo series of ramen calls for a unique blend of three types of miso — red, white and black. Black miso is very hard to come by and hence rarely used in Singapore; Bishamon procures its black miso from suppliers in Japan. The three types of miso are stir-fried and made into a paste, which is then mixed with pork-bone and chicken soup. This special miso paste kicks up the soup’s flavour profile with its nutty piquancy.

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An authentic version of Sapporo-style ramen, Bishamon’s Special Sapporo Miso Ramen features a medley of corn, bamboo shoots and soft-boiled eggs. It is also topped with large slices of superbly tender kurobuta pork collar cha shu. The meat is cooked in Bishamon’s pork broth for two hours, then soaked in a special marinade for another two hours. Permeating every inch of the meat, the marinade is a marriage of fresh fruit, vegetables and tamari, a type of Japanese fermented soy sauce that has a thick consistency and bold flavour, and is less salty than Chinese soy sauce. The cha shu is chilled for 24 hours before it is sliced and served a top the ramen.

BISHAMON MENU!

 

Other than the miso ramen, you can savour six different types of chicken gyoza at Bishamon: original; mentaiko; wasabi; grilled cheese; okonomiyaki; and garlic. Gyoza makes the perfect accompaniment to ramen, and Bishamon has more than just the basic pan-fried gyoza — the creative dishes will definitely cater to different taste preferences.

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COME TO OUR STORE AND ENJOY OUR BEST MENU!

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Bishamon (Suntec City)

 

Address:
Suntec City - Eat@Seven
3 Temasek Boulevard Suntec City North Wing #03-313
Singapore 038983


Tel: (+65) 62353386