Food – Japanese


Kanshoku Ramen Bar ION Orchard  - Truffle Dry & Truffle Broth Ramen Going Strong

Kanshoku Ramen Bar is popular for being one of the first (and most successful) ramen shops in Singapore to introduce Truffle Ramen – in both dry and broth versions. Posts went viral , word got out, and queues started to form. It has opened its a branch at ION Orchard at #B3-18 (above MUJI). I remember the first experience when I found Kanshoku Ramen at Metropolis. It was a purposeful visit, as I was curious. At a time when Japanese-originated ramen shops were in a rage, a local brand became both refreshing and risky. Their Hakata-style noodles wasn’t fanciful,......

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Tsuta Singapore - Michelin Truffle Ramen Received Mixed Reviews. NEW DUCK Ramen Exclusive To Singapore To Be Introduced

Tsuta Singapore – Michelin Truffle Ramen Received Mixed Reviews. NEW DUCK Ramen Exclusive To Singapore To Be Introduced

For its first year anniversary in Singapore, Chef Yuki Onishi has created a Duck Ramen specially for the Singapore market. He is said to have spent a year on research and development, experimenting with the recipes to make them perfect. While most ducks in Singapore are cooked under strong...

November 03, 2016
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Man Man by Teppei - Unagi Specialty Restaurant At Keong Saik Road, With Michelin Bib Gourmand

Man Man by Teppei – Unagi Specialty Restaurant At Keong Saik Road, With Michelin Bib Gourmand

Man Man is listed in Singapore Michelin Bib Gourmand 2017. Singapore must be Chef Teppei Yamashita’s lucky land. After opening up Teppei Japanese Restaurant at Orchid Hotel serving affordable omakase sets, his food ‘empire’ has spread wide with Hanare, Syokudo, and Daidokoro concepts. All in less...

October 04, 2016
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Machida Shoten - “Iekei” Ramen With Rich Soup and Thick Noodles At Japan Food Town

Machida Shoten – “Iekei” Ramen With Rich Soup and Thick Noodles At Japan Food Town

Machida Shoten at Japan Food Town Wisma Atria is from Kanagawa prefecture, and specialises in “Iekei” ramen, which directly translates to “house-type” from its kanji characters. The noodles are supposedly cooked to diners’ preferences, just like how one’s mother may cook it at home. Therefore, you can kind of...

September 26, 2016
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