We waited over an hour for a table on a Friday night, so I would recommend going another night with a group greater than 2 people, or going on Friday night as a couple. They did allow us to order beers while we waited, which made a big difference.
I had never eaten true Ramen, so this was exciting. If you are suspicious of new foods, maybe don't get the egg. Stick with the pork belly option for the noodle bowls. I Had thre Kamara special. It was quite yummy, with a thick and spicy broth. We also had Gyoza and wanted about 10 more orders. My husband got a beef steak in Japone sauce, which was a delicious tiny portion. My soup was $26, but there are options around $18. I think the Gyoza was $6 or $8. The beer was pretty cheap as well, with $6 options. Reasonably priced, great food. Definitely worth a visit in Singapore.
Oh, it might be tough to find. It is up a number of escalators past other restaurants in the Mandarin Gallery area.
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