‘The Ramen Stall’ is your saviour if you are in Singapore and craving for halal Ramen or halal sushi in the middle of the night

Touched down Singapore late at night and craving for Ramen? No problem. Or it’s your last day in Singapore and you just want to chill out somewhere you can eat while enjoying the view of the old heritage buildings along North Bridge Road where you can do people watching or vehicle watching? No problem.

Are you planning to go for a late supper date? Or do you work shift and is having trouble sleeping or are you craving for Ramen or some sushi at night just like me? No problem. ‘The Ramen Stall’ is your saviour and the best thing is that it is ‘Halal’ too!

Operating in the most weirdest hour which is out of the ‘normal’ opening hours, ‘The Ramen Stall’ is open daily as follows;

Monday – Friday:

5pm to 5am (last order 4.30am)

Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays:

12pm to 5am (last order 4.30am)

The Ramen Stall Opening Hours
The Ramen Stall Opening Hours

Cool isnt’t it? This is my 5th visit. I’ve been here in 2016, twice with my sister and last year, 2 separate trips with my fiancé and my sister and this year, I’m back again, just a few days ago.

I ordered a cup of Chawanmushi and a bowl of ‘Salmon Oyako Don’ which is rice topped with a generous amount of salmon and some roe with wasabi sauce.

My partner tried ‘Teppanyaki Beef’ with a bowl of rice to go with it. It is really juicy and delicious. Hubs scored it 8/10 and mention that it’s a little sweet.

And we ordered Okonomiyaki as an appetizer but of which it was served to us last. I prefer the traditional Okonomiyaki which is stuffed with more cabbages and is not too crunchy. This to me, has got great crunch but the taste is just 6/10 for me.

As for drinks, I ordered Honeydew juice which is really lovely and my husband got Green Apple juice which is truly refreshing.

Now, if you are not a big eater, omit the Okonomiyaki because you may find it hard to finish it.

If you are getting ramen but you don’t think you can finish a bowl, you may get the extra noodle and share it with your friends or family. They have other choices of Japanese meal to choose from and this menu here should help you. Click the link to view the menu and prices.

The Ramen Stall is located at 787 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198755. Click the link to view the address and map, taken from their website. You can take the green line mrt to Bugis, use the exit B and walk for about 10 – 15 mins towards the Sultan Mosque and continue up straight all the way till you see the restaurant signboard or street name ‘Jln Klapa’.

Bugis Exit B also leads to:
Arab Street
Golden Landmark
Haji Lane
Kampong Glam
Raffles Hospital
Sultan Mosque

If you are getting here way past midnight, there will be no bus nor mrt operating so you may flag a cab or use the ‘Grab App’ to get your ride. The benefits of using a grab app is that you can view the fare right on the screen when you book but you may need a working handphone number.

I would definitely be back again to try their dessert next. Have you been here? How do you find it? Share with us in the comments below!


Lia Schmolphin

Author: schmolphin

BIOGRAPHY Born petite, Liyana or better known as Schmolphin (pronounced as smallfin) in this cyber world was brought to the world in a country known as the small red dot city or ‘Singapore’ to be exact. She has been moving alot within the country – from the north-west to north to east then central. As a child, she's already a traveler in her own mini City. She is always holding on to a full-time job and a freelance job where she ventures into freelance accounting, wedding cards & favours, event executive, wedding deco, and tutoring during her free time. She enjoys learning and growing in every way possible. To stop & breathe, she’d go swimming. To ease her mind & soul, she seeks the beach where the sea comes running & hitting the shores & the wind can just dance on the surface of the Earth. To relax her body, she’ll dance to the beat of the musics played from her own list. No, she’s not a clubber. But a home clubber where she can just dance her heart out! Bowling is what she would do every week if possible. Oh, she just love it. N no, she has never break her bones carrying the bowl.. ^_^ All her life, she speaks in her mind. N they’re always debating. The good versus evil, they say. But it’s what that keeps her wiser each time for she thinks n listens to the small voice inside her before taking any actions. The purpose of this web is mainly to share her travel experiences & reviews or anything related that may be helpful to the next traveler. And most importantly, this web is to serve as a motivation for anyone and everyone to travel even with a tight budget. So feel free to come on board & leave your footsteps by commenting or liking whenever possible for keepsake! =) Xoxoxoxoxoxo; Lia – schmolphin

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