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We have been to this Mazesoba joint in Square 2 outlet 3 times. The last 2 times we used Burpple Beyond!! We feel that it is really affordable with 1-for-1 deal not to mention their free Upsize noodle which you should mention to them if you enjoy more noodle like us!!
You can pick your soba (5 soba styles out of 7 styles) (exclude all toppings bowl & with braised pork). We choose 😋
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Top dish 👉 Mazesoba CharSiew (UP. $13.80)
Really clean & simple but robust with umami flavour
Bottom dish 👉 Mazesoba Cod Roe (UP $13.80)
Interesting dish for us. We tried eating the roe & mayo alone Vs.mix with soba noodle. Recommend to mix and add some soup as they suggest so that it’s not too heavy flavour for you. We feel the flavor is right even without extra condiments like vinegar and chili oil
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Tips 🤓
💡 Request for upsize Noodle
💡Lunch time is less crowded than dinner time
💡Accept NETS or cash + some cards (ask before ordering)
Total cost using Burpple Beyond $16.24 (10% service charge and 7% GST applied)
The staff are very friendly (free Tea refill) and we can enjoy nice Japanese noodle without breaking the bank. Thank you & Happy Birthday to #burpplebeyond #beyondturnsone We ❤️ you!! 🎂

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The ramen is pretty good, although not at par with the best ramen in town; I personally even prefer the under-rated Bari-Uma located at nearby Tanglin Shopping Centre. The original ramen comes with an unusual lime-flavoured broth. Side dishes are nothing to write home about.

The ramen is pretty good, although not at par with the best ramen in town; I personally even prefer the under-rated Bari-Uma located at nearby Tanglin Shopping Centre. The original ramen comes with an unusual lime-flavoured broth. Side dishes are nothing to write home about.

The ramen is pretty good, although not at par with the best ramen in town; I personally even prefer the under-rated Bari-Uma located at nearby Tanglin Shopping Centre. The original ramen comes with an unusual lime-flavoured broth. Side dishes are nothing to write home about.

Finally got down to trying this tantalising bowl of Nagoya Maze Soba. A decent bowl of springy noodles along with a dash of shallots, minced meat, onsen egg, vinegar, which when mixed up together, turns out to be a decent bowl of soba well worth the price! My only qualm is that if you eat slow, the noodles all cloy up into a lump. Have heard high praises for their chashu, so that shall be the next bowl I'm going to conquer the next time I'm here! ⁣⁣

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Ichikokudo Light Rich Ramen - $9.90
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Signature soup base, but with reduced oil and slightly less salty. Comes with the nice slices of chicken chashu, flavoured egg with runny yolk. Topped with leek, bamboo shoots and spinach. With that price tag I will be back for more
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Ichikokudo
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Nana’s Green Tea
Wisma Atria
Japan Food Town
435 Orchard Road
Unit Nos.: 04-52/53
Singapore 238877
Tel No.: 6262 3467
Other outlets: Plaza Singapura and DUO Galleria

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$12.80 for 2 bowls + top up $2 for soft and yummy braised pork, $3 for generous serving of cod roe and mayo

Perfect ratio of noodles and toppings, loved the chewy texture of the noodles and the flavour of the meat.

Servers were also so polite and attentive!

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From the new Enishi, a pretty hidden spot tucked at Level 2 of International Plaza; a brand which hails from Kobe, Japan, and is listed as a a Michelin Bin Gourmand restaurant back at its hometown. Specialising in their Japanese Dashi broth ramen, Enishi also serves up a Dan-Dan Noodle for those who would prefer a dry ramen option.

Coming with an instruction card, patrons are encourage to first have a go at the noodles by tossing it and mixing it up with the condiments provided, the item also comes with Ontama, three kinds of vinegar (Kelp Vinegar, Orange Vinegar and Spicy Vinegar) and Dashi Broth to be added at different stages to give the Dan-Dan Noodles a different flavour at the various stages. Coming withe condiments such as Chasyu (Pork and Duck), Japanese Onions, Minced Pork, Fried Onions and Japanese Pickles, patrons can also choose their preferred level of spiciness and if they want their order to be served without spiciness, Medium Hot or Very Hot. Opting for Medium Hot and Level 2 spiciness, we felt that the Dan-Dan Noodles barely carried much of a spicy kick; pretty much undetectable. That being said, the Dan-Dan Noodles was on-point with the various condiments carrying meaty bite and a crunch for a variety of textures, whilst the noodles were almost akin to a thicker and broader version of our meepok with more chew. Adding the condiments into the noodles, the Ontama provides a silkier touch to bind the various elements of the bowl together, while the vinegars help to provide some zing; the Dashi broth helping to add a final touch of umami to the whole bowl that's oh-so-good. Patrons can also order a small bowl of rice to mop up all that sauce beneath once they reach the bottom of the bowl. A very authentic experience considering the intimacy with the chef sitting around an open concept kitchen with only counter seating available — a place that carries much attention to detail from the food quality to even the placement of some items on the table; a spot that ramen enthusiasts should definitely check out!

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Chanced upon Tempura Tenten in Raffles City and thought the tonkotsu broth was extremely tasty! My only complaint (which is a personal preference) was that the meal didn't contain menma (the crunchy bamboo shoot condiment) :~)

To end of the meal, complete it with hokkaido soft served ice cream which has a light milky taste and crispy cone. 😋🍦

Pour the syrup on top of the pancake and embrace the sweet treats of fluffy like warm pancakes with berries and crushed almonds. 😋

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