Brothers Ramen @ International Plaza
Looking for a collagen-y bowl of ramen and not feeling overly sinful after the meal? Brothers Ramen at International Plaza is the place to go!
You would not missed them as there is a gigantic moving bowl of ramen on display!
Close up of the ramen display from inside the shop.
Brothers Ramen Menu (for a clear view, click here)
Choose from Brothers Ramen, Chicken Ramen, Spicy Ramen, Chashu Ramen, Bellymen & Supermen! Which men to choose huh? LOL
Ordering your ramen is via the 2 machines available so do decide on what you would like to eat before hogging one of them. Cashless mode of payment definitely works well for people in the Central Business District and cutdown on manpower costs!
For those who are hungry, you can make your ramen a set. The set comes with a drink (canned drink options of green tea, coke or Qoo) and additional topping. Additional noodles and vegetables are FREE and limited to one portion per ramen ordered which you can add on when placing your orders at the machine.
Part of the view from the ordering machine.
The Cai Brother helming the kitchen while one auntie helps out to clean the tables.
Ramen from our heart.
Yes i See it 🙂
There was a tiny noodle room at one corner where the ramen was churned out.
One of 2 comic displays showing how Brothers Ramen came about.
Chicken Ramen, $12.90 nett with added egg, $2 nett.
It consists of the original soup base with chicken slices.
This is the Supermen, $16.90 nett, a Must-Try Item!
It comes with the original soup base with extra pork belly slices and egg.
Super Ramen with additional eggs!
We did not read the description properly and did not know Supermen already includes an egg. Being egg lovers, we did not want to miss out having yummilicious egg with our ramen and hence, we hastily added the eggs to complete our orders so as not to hold back the queue! 😛
My lunch – Supermen with extra egg and free vegetables, $18.90 nett.
Look at the milky broth!
Digging out my ramen.
Close up of the super tender chicken slice.
Close up of the pork belly.
Close up of the egg.
No regrets having 2!
Bitten and unbitten egg 😉
Brothers Ramen, keep up the good job. 🙂
Next round I want to try Bellymen which is ramen with braised pork as it looks so good that the ang mo beside my table loves it so much he had an additional portion on the side!
10 Anson Road,
#01-20, Singapore 079903
Monday to Friday: Lunch: 11.30am to 2.30pm, Dinner: 6.30pm to 8.30pm
Saturday: Lunch: 11.30am to 2.30pm, Dinner: Closed
Closed on Sunday