MAI by Dashi Master Marusaya, Bukit Pasoh

If the very idea of drinking a hearty dashi broth strikes you as a choice meal, MAI by Dashi Master Marusaya is the latest go-to establishment along Bukit Pasoh Road. For those who don't know, dashi is an indispensable Japanese soup stock served since the 17th century Edo period. Dashi only uses one or two ingredients and takes just 20 minutes to make, unlike other cuisines where soup stocks are made from an assortment of ingredients boiled over several hours. Dashi is key to

City Hot Pot @ One Raffles Place

Imagine enjoying a hearty hotpot meal while basking in the beautiful sunset view at Singapore's Central Business District (CBD). That's what you can expect at City Hot Pot Shabu Shabu. I haven't visited many hotpot restaurants around Singapore so I had no expectations stepping into City Hot Pot. As we got the City Hot Pot, the friendly wait staff recommend the Set B ($60.99) for us to try. It's a steal and more than enough food for 2. After we've gotten your choice of meat an

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

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