Review: Ramen Matsuri Serves up Healthier Sakura Chicken Ramen




Ramen Matsuri means Ramen festival in Japanese.  Started by Japanese chef Kenichi Ikehata in April 2013, he hopes to bring the vibrant Japanese festival ambience to the quaint restaurant tucked away in a row of shophouse between busy Raffles Place and in Boat Quay.  Ramen Matsuri serves a traditional casual Japanese comfort food which made from Sakura Chicken soup.

Chef Kenichi is particularly concerned about the quality and safety of food to consumers’ health which probed him to use Kami Sakura chicken raised without antibiotics and growth hormones.  Ramen lovers can now enjoy the Sakura Chicken Ramen which is both delicious and healthy at turn same time.

Not just any chicken, The Kami Sakura Chickens are bred in an environment where Mozart Music is played to relaxed them and also using a unique Japanese farming technology where he chickens are fed with lactobacillus. The lactobacillus which was fed to the chickens is a pure strain cultured specially for them, it is introduced into their diet using the organic farming process which helps to enhance their immune system.  The chickens are less fat and contains less cholesterol because they are raised in a hygienic environment with room to roam freely.

Not compromising the taste, the Kami Sakura Chicken ramen is a healthier option for those watching their waistline.

Sakura Chicken Ramen Rich, $11.90
Sakura Chicken Ramen Rich, $11.90

Sakura Chicken Ramen Rich is served with 2 slices of chicken, black fungus and spring onions.

Sakura Chicken Ramen Rich with Tamago$13.90
Sakura Chicken Ramen Rich with Tamago$13.90

Sakura Chicken Ramen Rich come with Tamago 2 slices of chicken, 1 egg, 1 piece of seaweed, black fungus and spring onions.

Sakura Chicken Ramen Super Rich, $16.90
Sakura Chicken Ramen Super Rich, $16.90

Sakura Chicken Ramen Rich Super includes 3 slices of chicken, 2 slices of pork char siew, 1 egg, 2 pieces of seaweed, black fungus and spring onions.

Homemade Collagen
Homemade Collagen

Brimming with goodness and collagen, the soup is tasty and contains homemade collagen which men have to pay additional $3.

Address: 7 North Canal Road, Singapore 048820 (behind Boat Quay)
Telephone: 6533 0845
Opening hours: 11:30am to 3:00pm (lunch), 6:00pm to 10pm (dinner)
Closed on Sundays and public holidays
Price range: $3 – $17.50 (GST & Service Charge included)

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