Tempura Tenten

The love of Japanese Food in Singapore Has grown fast, then a Japanese Kiosk, Hawker, and also Restaurant also grown so widely, and easy to find, almost in every cornet in Singapore. In Raffles Ciry, you can find one of the great restaurant for a snack and heavy meal with Japanese Style. And Tempura Tenten is one of the best Japanese food at Raffles City.

Unatendon or Unagi with Tendon is the Signature Dish in Tenten. Unagi with mixed tempura in a bowl of fluffy Japanese rice. The tempura felt less greasy and less salty than many other tendon places in Singapore. A great value for money, worthy for the food. They also have a Ramen like Yuzu Chashu Ramen & Tonkatsu Chashu Ramen for around S$15 which is really nice and not a bad idea for their Ramen.

Tempura Tenten Location

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Tempura Tenten Address 252 North Bridge Road #B1-13 Raffles City, Singapore 179103
Tempura Tenten Nearest MRT EW13 NS25 City Hall MRT
Tempura Tenten Website Facebook
Tempura Tenten Phone +65 6336 7457
Tempura Tenten Opening Hours Daily : 11:00am - 10:00pm
Tempura Tenten Food Price S$10 - S$30 per pax

What people say about Tempura Tenten

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  • I couldn’t recognise the items from the picture in the menu and to my horror there were cheesy bacon and some other cheese thing that threw me off

  • The egg is more of a ramen egg (hard egg whites with molten yolk) instead of true onsen eggs

  • Would have liked it more if it was more watered down

  • Just that I was a tad little thirsty after the meal

  • The chashu was tender and decently well marinated

  • Appreciated that there were bamboo shoots and corns they really added a crunch to the ramen

  • I must say the ramen broth is simply delicious

  • It was markedly different from the previous time we tried it the sauce was very salty and had the taste of pickled vegetables

  • The noodles are thinner than usual and were served with one slice of meat and bamboo shoots

  • The spicy version came with minced meat in a spicy paste

  • The drink leaves much to be desired as it was very thin and lacking in taste

  • Seaweed tempura was nicely crispy and the portion of rice given was just nice

  • There was this chicken cheeseball tempura inside also and it was so heavenly

  • Chanced upon Tempura Tenten in Raffles City and thought the tonkotsu broth was extremely tasty

  • My only complaint (which is a personal preference) was that the meal didn't contain menma (the crunchy bamboo shoot condiment)

  • Was a bit apprehensive reading the reviews on google but it was quite a pleasant dining experience for us

  • Broth for both bowls was thick and savory and noodles were al dente

  • Ordered the gyoza which was juicy and slightly charred too

  • Got this roasted miso ramen which surprised me with the buttery richness of the miso broth

  • I would have preferred if the veggie is slightly more cooked (less crunchy onions

  • ($12.80+$2 drink with one for one

  • The portions are pretty big and everything was quite well done meat was flavourful

  • This bowl is overflowing with goodness with a good assortment of veggie and flowy ramen egg

  • The cheesy chicken ball is unique too

  • They were very generous with the chashu

  • Remember to tell them that you are using Beyond before ordering

  • A decent ramen with soft tender chashu

  • Each bowl of ramen was less than $10

  • Any questions are dismissed or returned with a frustrated frown and non answer

  • The tonkotsu chashu ramen is lighter in taste which is great to have for a rainy day

  • The special roasted miso ramen is packed with umami taste

  • The noodles are thicker and absorbed the soup a lot faster than the tonkotsu ramen

  • Overall it’s yummy and nice and the Japanese chefs were very nice and friendly

  • Or is it that both items that are the same priced will be the 1 for 1

  • Ramen here is mostly 15.90++

  • Waiting staff was kind of snappish although there was not too many people in the shop

  • The 1 for 1 voucher the ramen was okay after the discount

  • Portion was generous with a mountain of meat given

  • Their broth is not very oily and salty

  • The noodles are thinner and cooked just right (not too mushy)

  • Featured above is their Tonkotsu Char Shu Ramen

  • This version is completely not

  • The noodles are thin while the char shu is really tender

  • The spicy version is just as good with a slight kick at the back of every sip

  • The spicy bowl wasn't served with the egg (not sure if they missed it out or that's how it's supposedly served)

  • Tempura Tenten distinguishes itself with offerings such as tendon with unagi (Unatendon) and truffle rice

  • I’ve seen other reviews saying that the tempura was on the oily side

  • I didn’t think so and was satisfied with the crispiness

  • Bowls of Tendon comes with a huge portion of serving

  • The original sauce goes pretty well with the rice and Fulfilment was definitely there

  • Service Crew was also really friendly and heartwarming

  • There are also 3 tendon sauces to choose from although the yuzu pepper was not available during my visit

  • Every piece of tempura was delicious though I did feel that it was a tad greasy and that grilled unagi was surprisingly good as it was not fishy

  • It could do with less oiliness

  • Best thing was the deep fried meat patty

  • Wasn't expecting much for the ramen here considering how they specialize in Tendon but was pleasantly surprised by how it turned out

  • The Tonkatsu broth was rich yet not overwhelming

  • Though the thin noodles are a little bit on the softer side

  • The elements are cooked well

  • As for noodles the Tonkotsu Chasu Ramen ($15.80) is a classic that will hit the spot

  • How the milky broth was rich but not overwhelming

  • The unatendon is the best of 2 worlds

  • A meatball that is supposedly stuffed with cheese

  • Truffle taste is nice but too light for me

  • Tempura TENTEN is a new Japanese restaurant at the basement of Raffles City Shopping Centre

  • Only 1 don with chockful of crispy ingredients (BACON

  • Coupled with the sweet sauce that was drizzled on the Japanese pearl rice

  • Yes I was stunned too but surprisingly it was not as greasy as I thought it would be

  • Perhaps it was the lasting crispiness of the batter

  • The pork tonkotsu ramen was very decent as well with its thick broth

  • Encased with a layer of crisp was a ball of minced meat with oozing melted cheese

  • Great additional tempura item but the minced meat was too bland for my liking

  • Go for Yuzu Pepper Sauce for some spicy kick with light citrusy notes

  • It's my first time trying Yuzu Chashu Ramen ($14.80) and also my first time having ramen with clear broth

  • The yuzu pepper is served separately so I get to enjoy the clear broth 2 ways

  • This is unagi with mixed tempura in a bowl of fluffy Japanese rice

  • There's a reason for this they use Kagoshima unagi which is more tender and not fishy

Questions & Answers About Tempura Tenten

    1. Take East West Line MRT or North South Line MRT
    2. Alight at EW13 NS25 City Hall MRT
    3. Exit towards Exit A - Esplanade via Raffles City
    4. Walk about 91 meters from Exit A - Esplanade via Raffles City to Tempura Tenten, walking time is around 2 mins.
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  • The nearest bus stop to Tempura Tenten are
    • Raffles Hotel (bus stop no 02049) is 99 meters away around 2 mins walk, bus service no 14, 14e, 16, 36, 36B, 77, 106, 111, 128, 130, 131, 133, 162, 162M, 167, 171, 502, 502A, 518, 518A, 700, 700A, 850E, 857, 951E, 960 will stop in this bus stop.
    • Opp Raffles Hotel (bus stop no 01619) is 192 meters away around 4 mins walk, bus service no 56, 57, 100, 107, 107M, 961, 961C will stop in this bus stop.
    • Capitol Bldg (bus stop no 04111) is 229 meters away around 4 mins walk, bus service no 7, 14, 14e, 16, 36, 36A, 36B, 77, 106, 111, 128, 131, 162, 162M, 167, 171, 175, 700, 700A, 850E, 857, 951E, 971E will stop in this bus stop.
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