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Tsuta Tokyo - The Michelin Ramen Deserves Its Hype. Here's How You Should Queue - It Is Confusing

Tsuta 蔦 Japanese Soba Noodles in Tokyo is the first ever ramen joint to get a Michelin star, which is an indication of its possibly exceptional quality. (Read: 10 Must-Try Ramen & Tsukemen at Tokyo) However, the name and entire queuing process can be confusing for 1st timers. So if you intend to find some directions, I will try my best to make it clearer for you here. First thing’s first, while Tsuta is named a “soba” shop, it won a Michelin for its “ramen”. Only 150 bowls of ramen are served daily – priced at ‎¥1,000 to......

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Firebake – Woodfired Bakehouse & Restaurant With Traditional Breads And European Classics

Firebake – Woodfired Bakehouse & Restaurant With Traditional Breads And European Classics

Firebake means serious business. At this restaurant along East Coast Road (quite near 328 Katong Laksa and Chin Mee Chin), there lies a full-scale woodfire bread oven, hand-built from 37 tonnes of 5000 bricks. Bread is baked using traditional European methods, incorporating all-natural ingredients, flour milled onsite, filtered Nordaq...

March 22, 2017
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