Michelin Hokkaido Bib Gourmand 2 years awarded ramen, Wabisuke is on sale from 12th Feb

Gourmet-innovation Pte. Ltd., a company running “Ramen Gallery Takumen” is going to release a new ramen, Wabisuke which won Michelin Hokkaido Bib Gourmand 2 years from 12th Feb 2018.

Singapore, Singapore - February 13, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Wabisuke is a popular ramen shop in Sapporo, Hokkaido. It is featured that the ramen of Wabisuke is not used any chemical ingredients. All flavour of the soup is from its original ingredients and noodles are homemade. The owner of Wabisuke, is committed to the soup and noodles.

Soup is called as double soup which combines chicken based meat stock and small dried sardine based seafood stock. Sauce of the bowl is miso, fermented soybean paste. It is not only brought out the flavour of miso, but also the taste of seafood. Spicy miso is prepared for spicy lovers. It is added the special spicy miso and green seaweed on top of the ramen. They melt in the soup and make another flavour. Both normal miso ramen and spicy miso ramen can be enjoyed from S$14.9 in Ramen Gallery Takumen.

Shop Detail
66 CIRCULAR ROAD #01-01, SINGAPORE 049420

Opening Hour
Mon:11:30-22:00 Fri:11:30-24:00
Sat & Sun:11:30-15:30,16:30-21:00

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/takumen.sg
Web: http://sg.takumen.com
Presskit: http://sg.takumen.com/presskit/presskit.html

About Ramen Gallery Takumen With the faith of spreading authentic ramen of popular Japanese shops all over the world. "Ramen Gallery TAKUMEN" was opened in Singapore in 2014. By trying out the recipe over and over again, it is only provided ramen which is accepted by the shop owner: it tastes the same as those in Japan.

Ramen Gallery holds Ramen Tasting party for media individually, if interested in, please e-mail fujiwara@gourmet-innovation.co.jp

This press release is distributed by Conversion Hub - PR Distribution Singapore

Contact Info:
Name: Fujiwara Taisuke
Organization: Gourmet-innovation Pte. Ltd
Address: 8A Admiralty Street Singapore 757437
Phone: 86184574

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/michelin-hokkaido-bib-gourmand-2-years-awarded-ramen-wabisuke-is-on-sale-from-12th-feb/299376

For more information, please visit http://sg.takumen.com

Source: MarketersMedia

Release ID: 299376

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