SINSA RAMYUN – JAKARTA

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Following the Korean wave, Korean food is gaining in popularity in recent years in Jakarta. Most Korean restaurants in Jakarta used to specialized only in Korean BBQ even though Korea has so many interesting types of food to offer but gladly now you can find Korean restaurants specialized in other type of dish such as Jjangmyun, Jjigae, Dakgalbi or even Ramyun just like Sinsa Ramyun. Following the success of Jjigae House, the owner decided to open another restaurant in Muara Karang and Kemang specialized in Korean noodle or ramyun.

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The first outlet of Sinsa Ramyun at Muara Karang has opened since 17th October 2015 while the second outlet at Kemang has just opened since the end of October 2015. Both outlets are just the same but Muara Karang outlet serves Pork menu while Kemang outlet serves no pork no lard menu and since Kemang outlet is more spacious, you can chill while enjoying live music along with beer.

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kemang

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Specialized in Korean ramyun, basically there are two options of flavor Galbi Ramyun and Kimchi Ramyun. Each bowl of ramyun comes with shoyu egg, spring onion, yellow pickled radish and kimchi for Kimchi Ramyun or Nori Seaweed for Galbi Ramyun.

Kimchi Ramyun Dry with Spicy Pork Belly (muara karang only)
Kimchi Ramyun Dry with Spicy Pork Belly (muara karang only)
Kimchi Ramyun soup with beef sausage IDR 54k (R), IDR 74k (L)
Kimchi Ramyun soup with beef sausage IDR 54k (R), IDR 74k (L)
Galbi Ramyun soup with sliced beef iDR 54k (R), IDR 74k (L)
Galbi Ramyun soup with sliced beef iDR 54k (R), IDR 74k (L)
Galbi Ramyun dry with beef ribs IDR 54k (R), IDR 74k (l)
Galbi Ramyun dry with beef ribs IDR 54k (R), IDR 74k (l)
perfectly cooked shoyu egg
perfectly cooked shoyu egg

Available both in Dry and Soup version, the noodle has a nice elastic springy texture not to mention the perfectly cooked shoyu egg with melting yolk. Galbi version is more savoury and peppery while Kimchi version is suitable for spicy food lovers.

Galbi Ramyun with beef ribs + corn
Galbi Ramyun with beef ribs + corn
Galbi Ramyun with beef ribs + corn
Galbi Ramyun with beef ribs + corn

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Kimchi Ramyun dry + cheese
Kimchi Ramyun dry + cheese
Kimchi Ramyun dry + cheese
Kimchi Ramyun dry + cheese

Toppings are available for you to choose to enhance the taste of ramyun with price range from IDR 10k to IDR 18k you can add whatever you like such as cheese, corn, sausage, beef, chicken, egg, etc.

Dry Kimchi Korean Ramyun complete with with well marinated Spicy Pork Belly (pork menu only available in Muara Karang), Egg and Kimchi is our personal favorite combo. It’s spicy, hot and flavorful with a lil bit of acidity from the use of kimchi and very enjoyable.

Kimchi Ramyun Dry with Spicy Pork Belly (muara karang only)
Kimchi Ramyun Dry with Spicy Pork Belly (muara karang only)
Kimchi Ramyun Dry with Spicy Pork Belly (muara karang only)
Kimchi Ramyun Dry with Spicy Pork Belly (muara karang only)
Blended Chocolate IDR 38k
Blended Chocolate IDR 38k
The Pink Noona IDR 42k, Bery Saranghae IDR 42k, Ramen Fries IDR 28k
The Pink Noona IDR 42k, Bery Saranghae IDR 42k, Ramen Fries IDR 28k

In case you are not a fan noodle or need more options, Sinsa also serves rice version and some appetizers, their chicken wings are my favorite and highly recommended.

Galbi Rice IDR 44k (R)/ IDR 64k (L)
Galbi Rice IDR 44k (R)/ IDR 64k (L)
Galbi Bun IDR 38k
Galbi Bun IDR 38k
Galbi Bun IDR 38k
Galbi Bun IDR 38k

Galbi Bun IDR 38k

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Overall, ramyuns from Sinsa Ramyun were tasty and satisfying, also one more thing even though it’s flavorful surprisingly it contains no MSG. It could be a nice and new choice for Korean food in Jakarta. Let’s Jajan!

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Address:
Sinsa Ramyun Kiosk
Muara Karang Blok D7 Barat No 69
North Jakarta
Phone: (+6221) 6610058
Map:

Sinsa Ramyun Bar
Taman Kemang 1 No.6 (next to LIN Ice Cream)
South Jakarta
Phone: (+6221) 71793774
Map:

Instagram: @sinsaramyun

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