IPPUDO Raffles City Is Now Open! | IPPUDO SINGAPORE

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2020.08.17

IPPUDO Raffles City Is Now Open!

IPPUDO Singapore’s eighth dining outlet at Raffles City Shopping Centre officially opened on 14 August 2020. The 80-seater outlet will dole out the brand’s signature ramen offerings as well as an array of exclusive dishes.

The Raffles City outlet’s menu is thoughtfully curated with local diners in mind, with exclusive salted egg and cheese lava offerings that will satiate the taste buds. The Shaka Shaka Fries ($6.80) is IPPUDO’s take on the highly popular shaker fries, now coated with salty-sweet egg yolk powder – an ingredient that is well loved by many Singaporeans.

Also on the menu is the Teppan Rice, which is served with a medley of red and yellow peppers, corn, and crisp-fried IPPUDO ramen noodles. The eggy homemade cheese lava sauce poured on to the sizzling hot plate elevates the dish with its savoury punch, guaranteeing satisfaction. Options include grilled wagyu beef ($13.80) and pork ($12.80) slices.

Other exclusive items include the Homemade Pumpkin Salad ($5.80), a refreshing mix of creamy pumpkin, diced cucumber and bacon that is heaped with luscious Japanese mayonnaise; and the IPPUDO Spicy Chicken Wings ($8.80), which are deep-fried and paired with a homemade sweet and spicy sauce.

There are also two new buns that make great accompaniments to IPPUDO’s ramen offerings: Salmon Katsu ($4.50) and Veggie Bun ($4.50). For the Salmon Katsu, a thick slab of salmon is robed with Japanese panko breadcrumbs, then deep-fried to crispy perfection and sandwiched between a warm, pillow-soft bun. The Veggie Bun comprises potato croquette — the creamy mashed potato plays well with the crunchy exterior. At the Raffles City outlet, each bun is served with three different types of sauces: IPPUDO Original Homemade Savoury Sauce, Spicy Chili Sauce, and Japanese Mayonnaise. Diners can customise their own buns by adding the sauces they like.

IPPUDO Raffles City outlet will also offer an extensive beverage menu, outfitted with an in-house sake cellar, with highlights such as Japanese-style Shochu Sour and around 20 types of sake. Diners can expect labels including Japan’s premium sparkling sake CHIYOMUSUBI SORAH which boasts a refreshing, clean finish due to its unique filtration process, as well as DASSAI Junmai Daiginjo 45 which will be available by the glass for $10.85.