Takagi Ramen Takeaway: Just As Impressive As Dining In

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Knowing that I like the ramen from Takagi Ramen, he bought me this for dinner. 😀 I’ve only ever dined in at TRS so it was quite a surprise to see how they’d packed the ramen for takeaway orders. Even more impressive was how the soup was still warm even though some 40/45 minutes had passed since the order was placed at 5.05pm and we tucked in only at about 5.50pm! 😀

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Remove the paper-based container (I’m not sure if it can be called a ‘bowl’. It actually looks like those tubs you find ice cream in) from the carrier, and lift the lid. You’ll see lots of bean sprouts (*much love*) then remove the paper that all the ramen ingredients sit on, and you’ll find the soup below. I love how the noodles are separated from the broth so they don’t get soggy and you’ll also always be able to enjoy the thick stock without having it all get absorbed by the noodles by the time you get home / when the food’s delivered to you.

This is the Chashu-men ($8.50) – it had so much chashu I had to place them on the lid so I could get to the noodles! 😀

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Let the noodles sit in the broth for a bit, give them a good stir and then slurp them up! 😀

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The best part is that after enjoying the ramen and drinking a considerable amount of soup, you won’t feel thirsty. I’m guessing there is little or no MSG at all.

Takagi Ramen should absolutely have a branch in Punggol! I’m sure the queue would be so long, it’d reach Sengkang! 😀


Takagi Ramen is located at 51 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, #01-01C.