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New Menu at Menya Kokoro, Suntec City Mall

Menya Kokoro is the largest authentic Maze-soba (dry ramen) restaurant chain that originated from Japan. This new year, Menya Kokoro have introduced five new hearty and delicious dishes into their menu, with two of them being a soup based ramen/soba. One of the two new soup dishes is their Clear Kokoro Soba/Ramen Soup ($13.80), which has a nourishing chicken soup base and is boiled for hours to obtain a rich and flavourful broth. The Clear Kokoro Soba/Ramen Noodle soup is top

New ramen and shabu-shabu soup bases at Ramen Champion, Clarke Quay Central

Ramen champion is bringing some local and Thai flavours into its menu this season with the introduction of the Laksa Tonkotsu and Green Curry. Enjoy the Laksa Tonkotsu ($13.80++), a marriage between local and Japanese flavours with ramen noodles, black fungus spring onions, ajitama and pork belly cha shu. Thai food lovers will be excited to try the Green Curry ($14.80++). The full aroma of the soup is enlivened with lemongrass, garlic, ginger, and shallots. This was my prefer

New ramen offerings at Tsuta Ramen, Orchard Road

Tsuta is back again with two brand new ramen in their menu – the Tori Paitan Soba, a chicken ramen, that comes in both original and spicy options. Along with these new ramen, there are some new side dishes for you to try out too! These new additions will be on the menu from 29 June 2018 (Friday). Now let’s take a look at some of the new offerings. First, we had the Edamame ($4.80), which basically is a bowl of boiled peas. BUT NO! This is so much more. As a lover of this heal

Ginza Kamo Soba Kyudaime Keisuke, Holland Village

When I crave for Japanese food, I think of sushi or a piping hot bowl of pork-broth ramen. Although one may not associate duck with Japanese cuisine, Japanese “Ramen King” Keisuke Takeda may just change your mind. Ginza Kamo Soba Kyudaime Keisuke, that recently opened, brings the marriage of Japanese cuisine and duck to its customers with two variations duck broth -- spicy miso, tsukemen (dipping noodles) -- along with a mazesoba (dry ramen) variation. Upon stepping into Kamo

IPPUDO, The Star Vista

IPPUDO opened their 10th outlet in Singapore at The Star Vista on the 6th of November. The first ever café-inspired restaurant that serves coffee and café-inspired dishes, including two ramens that are all exclusive to the Star Vista outlet. Making it absolutely worth your time to head to Buona Vista for a visit. Let’s start with one of my favourites, the Lasagna Gyoza ($10). I’ll admit I was sceptical about this dish at first. I mean, where is the pasta? I was happy to be pr

Japan Food Town Machida Shoten, Wisma Atria

Are you looking to satisfy your cravings for savoury, soupy ramen in town? Look no further than Machida Shoten, an authentic Japanese ramen eatery located at Wisma Atria Shopping Centre's Japan Food Town! Boasting its heritage from the Kanagawa Prefecture, Machida Shoten is Japan's top iekei ramen restaurant and after trying out what they had to offer, I wasn't surprised to see why. We started off with their latest addition to their menu, the tsukemen, which comes in two flav

Ramen Champion @ Clarke Quay Central, Singapore

Most of you have probably heard of Ramen Champion in Bugis+, but did you know that they opened up a new joint over at Central in Clarke Quay? The best part is, this new place boasts a sit down restaurant concept. So, unlike the Bugis+ outlet, you won't have to get up to place your order. A big yeay for clumsy people like me, so I won't end up spilling my bowl of piping hot ramen all over myself while bringing it to my table. All the popular Japanese ramen brands will also be

Japan Food Town, Wisma Atria

The Japan Food Town in Wisma Atria is a place where Singaporeans are able to sink their teeth into authentic Japanese cuisine. And from now till 10 August, Japan Food Town will be celebrating its 1st anniversary. Located at the 4th level in Wisma Atria, Japan Food Town comprises 16 different Japanese restaurants. If you love Japanese food, here is where you should be! Nothing catches my attention like seeing a one-for-one deal. And lucky for us, every week, a different restau

7 Things You Must Try at Japan Food Town, Wisma Atria

For those who have been to Japan and come home craving for really authentic Japanese cuisine, fret no more. The world’s first Japan Food Town has opened its doors in Singapore's Wisma Atria. The premise includes 16 outlets, a dynamic mix of Japanese food from different prefectures, all to be opened by August 2016. 50% of the ingredients are imported directly from Japan, some on a daily basis, to ensure freshness and to retain consistent flavours in the artisanal food. We were

Review: Kamikaze Ramen, One Mont Kiara

I love ramen and trying new ramen places always gets me excited. So, when I saw this ramen place on the way to Sushi Zanmai in 1MK, I decided to try it. I love chicken karaage! And gyoza!! The broth was porky and the portions generous for the price (north of RM22). I like spicy broths and this is just nice! Not too spicy and still tasty... Two thumbs up. But the noodles can be a bit hard. Otherwise, everything else gets my stamp of approval. Definitely affordable. However, I

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