This New Tom Yum Ramen Brings Together The Best Of Both Thai And Japanese Cuisine

What do you get when you combine Thai and Japanese cuisine together?

This masterpiece.

Image Credit: Ramen Tenji

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Together with sister brand Soi Thai Soi Nice, Ramen Tenji has launched the Tom Yum Ramen ($17.90) which will be available for a limited time only.

You can expect your favourite springy ramen noodles bathed in an aromatic Tom Yum broth that is prepared from scratch daily by Soi Thai Soi Nice’s Head Chef Worawang Phairit.

Image Credit: Ramen Tenji Facebook

This Tom Yum Ramen is packed with big succulent prawns, tender Charsiew meat, a side of black fungus and not forgetting the ingredient that every ramen must have – the Ajitama egg perched on top of a mound of noodles.

The best part? This Tom Yum Ramen is available for both dine-in and takeaways at Ramen Tenji and Soi Thai Soi Nice at The Seletar Mall.

Looking for a change from your usual Japanese Ramen? This cross-cultural mash up is right up the alley.

Ramen Tenji
33 Seng Kang West Avenue, The Seletar Mall, #01-28, Singapore 797653
Opening Hours: 
Mon to Fri: 11.30am – 3pm, 5pm – 9.30pm, Sat: 11:30am – 10pm
Contact No.: 
6581 2189

Soi Thai Soi Nice
33 Seng Kang West Ave, The Seletar Mall #01-29/30, Singapore 797653
Opening Hours: 
Mon – Fri: 11:30am – 10pm, Sat – Sun: 11am – 10pm
Contact No.: 
6581 2190

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