Char Siu Ajitama Shio Soba

$22.80 · 5 Reviews

Went just for the michelin star that this shop is known for! The ramen came in 4 different soup bases (shio, shoyu, miso, duck). We were given a choice of less salt with the soup bases.

My shio version of soup felt light to taste and I could appreciate the tinge of truffle oil. Bone broth soups are still the best though ><

However, have to say the noodles are wonderfully al-dente. I had the onsen tamago and it was a little disappointing as the inner yolk wasn’t as runny as I had hoped it might be...

Overall, didn’t rlly meet my expectations for a Michelin star ramen :/

Kudos to service tho!

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All these flavours interwine with a harmonious mix and you will be raving non stop about the broth which is downright delish.
Not to forget to mention the luscious and chewy char siu, the ajitsuke tamago with the gooey egg yolk and the aromatic truffle that makes up the rest of the bowl

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Tsuta Char Siu Ajitama Shio Soba 🍜 ($22.80)

You've been hearing so much about Tsuta's ramen and here's my favourite part of their delicious bowl – the amazingly tender char siew 😍

These 4mm thick pork collar sliced of meat looked ordinary, but it was love at first bite! ❤️Soft and juicy, it cradled the saltiness of the broth, accentuating the taste of the premium slices of pork. 😋


First outlet outside of Japan, this 18-seater store is slate to open tomorrow at 11am. You'll get to choose between two kind of base: Shio (lighter blend) and Shoyu (richer umami flavour. And yes, this was the one awarded with Michelin).

Here is my Char Siu Ajitama Shio Soba ($22.80) which is the ultimate bowl since you'll get everything: 4 tender slices of pork collar char siu and ajitama (flavoured egg). A well balance of Okinawa sea salt and Mongolian rock salt mixed into the light but delightful chicken-seafood blend.