Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen @ Liang Court

Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen at Liang Court has quickly risen on our list of comfort foods in Singapore! Why? Several factors actually…

Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen Liang Court
Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen Liang Court

We were pretty surprised that this ramen joint opens till 3am in the morning! This means that revelers can pop by for a quick ramen fix before heading home from the Clarke Quay area. However, the main thing that attracted us was how the ramen is served to you…

Kazan Karamiso @ Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen
Kazan Karamiso @ Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen

Apparently, there are 5 steps on “How to cook delicious Kazan Ramen”

Step 1: Put all the ingredients then pour the soup into a preheated 300 degrees Celsius stone bowl

Step 2: Put the lid on the stone and continue cooking

Step 3: When you see steam coming out from the lid (we call it FUNKA=volcano eruption), wait for one more minute!!

Step 4: Take the lid off the stone bowl and stir vegetables and noodles well. Pour the soup an noodles into a small bowl. Your delicious KAZAN RAMEN is now ready to serve! YAY!!

Step 5: You can enjoy the KAZAN RAMEN twice by adding rice into the left-over soup mixture to make delicious ZOUSUI (Soupy Rice)!

Wonderfully prepared KAZAN Ramen
Wonderfully prepared KAZAN Ramen

The large Kazan Karamiso goes for $18. Rice and eggs are complimentary. By the way, the large portion is good for 2 to share! Kate and I were SO SO FULL after we finished the ramen, rice and eggs!

Complimentary eggs at Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen
Complimentary eggs at Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen

What we really love about Kazan ramen is the taste that the hot stone infuses to the ramen. Each strand of the ramen (slightly thicker than usual ramen) is coated with the miso soup with some char bits to taste. When you finish the noodles, you can even add in the rice to cook together with the soup. The soup then infuses into the rice to produce a fragrant and tasty mixture. Yum! Reminds us of the Korean fried rice we had at Big Mama’s.

Ice Kazan Mango with Ice Cream @ Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen
Ice Kazan Mango with Ice Cream @ Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen

To round off the meal, we had the mango flavoured Ice Kazan at $8. To be honest, there was simply too much ice on this dessert, diluting the overall taste. Interesting presentation with the dry ice though…

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Although there are great ramens in Singapore, such as the Keisuke Tonkotsu King @ Orchid Hotel Singapore, if you’re craving for a decent comforting ramen in the wee morning, look no further than Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen at Liang Court!

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