Started in the late 1960s as a trailblazing new ramen noodle franchise in Japan, Baikohken Japanese Ramen Restaurant has opened up its first outlets in Singapore and the staff and management couldn’t be more excited to share their beloved noodles with the hungry Singapore masses. Located at the ever-popular One KM Shopping Mall on Tanjong Katong Road, this Japanese ramen eatery invites you to come see what makes this restaurant big in Japan.
Need to get your noodle fix? There could hardly be a better place to slurp down fresh noodles than
at Baikohken Japanese Ramen Restaurant at Singapore’s One KM Shopping Mall. Winners of the
prestigious Asahikawa Ramen Award for their outlets in Japan, the restaurateurs at this fantastic
noodle eatery take their ramen to another level, serving only the highest quality noodles and
appetisers. Guests love the simple, efficient service model, where orders are placed at the counter,
and they appreciate the uncomplicated yet elegant décor.
Order yourself an appetiser like the fried gyoza to prepare your stomach for the noodle-slurping frenzy that’s to come. Decide which meat or vegetables you want included in your bowl, then take your pick between three different broths: shio, miso, or shoyu. Simply place your order at the counter, then wait for your friendly server to bring you some of the best noodles you’ve ever eaten. Don’t forget to tell all of your friends! Baikohken Japanese Ramen Restaurant at Singapore’s One KM Shopping Mall on Tanjong Katong Road is the type of place where you’ll want to share your experience with your closest pals.
one of my favourite ramen restaurant as it is near my office. I have recommended to some of my colleagues and they like it too.
The serving is HUGE and their service was prompt :) My friend and I enjoyed our experience! Will definitely revisit to try the other items.
Overall food is good and presentable. It serves very fast. Price is a bit on high side. Staff is friendly and helpful. The restaurant is quite clean.
Surprisingly the cha Siew rice bowl is very nice. The pork is very soft, much softer than the pork in the Ramen. It also used a sesame based gravy.
I always thought Ajisen ramen was very localised, not till I've tasted ramen at Baikohken. It's nothing like real Japanese ramen at all. The soup has no depth; noodles taste like instant noodles. I had to give some credits to the char siew though- tender and tasty. Service was prompt. However, for a few more dollars there are so many better ones around. Won't head back a second time.
have not been here for a long time, since they moved from north canal road. food is still great as usual. the taste that I remember and missed so much.
Ramen noodles are from Japan and it is best for Shoyu Ramen. Good place for charsiew lovers. I like giant menma (Japanese bamboo shoot), as clearly stated on the menu.
Portion size was very big and service staff was very friendly. But we found the taste too monotonous after a while, perhaps had to do with portion size.
The noodles portion was huge and my friend and I both could not finish our ramen. Taste was okay but not fantastic. Soup was a little too oily.
The service is excellent. The staff served us was very friendly. Only the noodles texture not the one I prefer. This ramen just like instant noodles.