Kazutake Ramen is a 24-hour Japanese eatery in Ang Mo Kio with S$8.50 ramen, sushi & bubble tea

by Christabel Tan

Here’s a supper spot that has sprouted up in Ang Mo Kio, and no, it’s not the usual prata, mookata, or hotpot.

If you’re craving a piping hot bowl of ramen or even sashimi in the wee hours of the night, a visit to Kazutake Ramen will do just the trick.

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This casual eatery, which is located about a 13-minute bus ride or an 18-minute walk from Ang Mo Kio MRT station (good news if you live nearby, though), is open 24 hours, so you can head down literally anytime you like!

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The interior is bright and spacious, with Japanese motif-lined walls and plenty of seating for large groups. There are also self-ordering kiosks located at the entrance of the eatery that’ll make your dining experience smooth and fuss-free.

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Food-wise, look forward to an extensive selection of ramen, donburi, sashimi, maki sushi, and a la carte items at fairly affordable prices. Prices for ramen start from S$8.50 for Shoyu Ramen, and go up to S$13.50 for either a Sumo Yakiniku Ramen or Sumo Yakiniku Chashu Ramen.

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You can even find unique ramen options like Mala Ramen (S$11.50); assorted Mazemen (from S$10.90), otherwise known as mazesoba; vegetarian-friendly Yasai Ramen (S$9.90); and even Kamo Ramen (S$11.50) with duck.

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Not in the mood for ramen? Keep it simple with a Mini Chirashi Don (S$11.50) or take it up a notch with slightly more premium don options like Unagi Chirashi Don (S$15.50), Salmon Belly Ikura Don (S$18.50), and Gyu Niku Don (S$12.50).

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If you’re the sort that craves sushi and sashimi at the most random time of day, take your pick from the array of sashimi including hamachi, salmon belly, and maguro (there’s also a Sashimi Mori 4 kinds priced at S$22.50 for those seeking variety), alongside the heartier Salmon Sushi Set (from S$12.50) and Caramelized Salmon Maki (S$11.50).

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Interestingly enough, Kazutake Ramen also sells bubble tea in a wide variety of flavours, like Brown Sugar Milk Tea (S$3.50), Yuzu Fresh Milk (S$3.50), Taro (S$3.50), and Matcha (S$3.50). It’s pretty hard to find a 24/7 bubble tea shop, especially in the heartlands, so I wouldn’t be surprised if people visit just for their BBT fix.

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Now you know where to go if you find yourself in desperate need of Japanese food at 3am!

Kazutake Ramen
???? 530 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-2381, Singapore 560530
???? 24 hours

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