For Immediate Release
NEW GRAND MENU MARKS IPPUDO SG’S 2ND ANNIVERSARY!
November 2011, Singapore – This December, Ippudo SG’s flagship outlet at Mandarin Gallery celebrates its 2nd anniversary in Singapore, wrapping up yet another successful year! In commemoration and also to welcome the upcoming festive Christmas and New Year season, Ippudo SG’s 2nd anniversary will also mark the launch of their new Grand Menu, which will be effective from 12 December onwards. The introduction of the revamped new menu in conjunction with Ippudo SG’s 2nd anniversary is also Ippudo’s way of showing that they are constantly trying out new dishes and ideas to enhance the dining experiences of their guests, bringing tantalising new flavours and taste.
With ramen being the centre of attention at Ippudo, one can hardly expect the absence of at least 1 new ramen in the Grand Menu. The Shoyu Wanton-men is the new addition, and features a clear, flavourful broth with succulent shrimp dumplings. While the current menu offers Ippudo SG’s popular original tonkotsu ramen with suggested accompaniments of Tamago (flavoured egg), Chashu (simmered pork belly) or Kakuni (tender pork cubes), the new Grand Menu suggests an additional topping combination which includes Tamago, Kakuni and Menma (bamboo shoots).
Ippudo fans will also be happy to know that some of their favourite dishes such as the Bakuretsu Tofu, Goma Q, Pork Buns and Dashimaki Tamago will still be on the menu. In addition, the new Grand Menu will see the likes of some new exciting creations such as the Salmon Hotplate Steak, Tarutaru Chicken with Balsamic Sauce, Tonkatsu Tamago Toji and Hot Stone Unagi Rice.
Ippudo SG’s new Grand Menu is available with effect from 12 December on weekdays from 5pm onwards and all-day during weekends and public holidays.
For more information on Ippudo SG’s VIP room/reservations, please call the restaurant directly at:
333A Orchard Road
#04-02/03/04 Mandarin Gallery
Tel: 6235 2797
Photography by courtesy of:
CAUSE and EFFECT STUDIO
Actions create reactions.
The power to bring an image of food to life lies in the hands of the photographer. Apart from the ramen photographs in the Grand Menu, all other food shots were captured courtesy of Cause and Effect Studio, which was founded by Bene Tan, who has been a commercial photographer for the last five years. He has worked on a vast array of projects, mainly food and lifestyle photography.