Kajiken (Orchid Hotel)

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Nagoya style dry ramen shop "ζ­ŒεΏ—θ»’ (Kajiken)". Hailing from Nagoya prefecture, Japan. We offer variety of delicious dry ramen - "Mazesoba" in Singapore.

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#01-03 Orchid Hotel
Singapore 078867

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11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

11:30am - 09:30pm

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Among the better ones around. Thin skin, perfectly crisp, filled with savory meat and fresh chives.

Kajiken was the first to introduce mazesoba (dry ramen) in 2016. 6 years later with 4 outlets across the island and it’s still a delicious, comforting, and hearty bowl. Dry QQ ramen noodles are mixed with spicy-savory minced pork, onsen egg, seaweed, and a generous dousing of fresh chives. Enjoyed the interplay of different flavours and textures, with salty umami from the seaweed and creaminess from the egg. They offer chilli oil and vinegar on the side, and enjoyed the dousing of vinegar for a refreshing sour tang to cut through some richness. It’s accompanied by a warm ginger chicken soup (would have appreciated more of this), and free flow barley tea.

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Came here with my friend as she wanted me to try their Mazesoba which she highly recommends.

I followed her recommendation and the both of us ordered the Taiwan Mazesoba Nagoya Style. All of their Mazesoba comes with a cup of paitan soup and free noodle upsize.

The Taiwan Mazesoba Nagoya Style consist of ramen topped with minced meat, shredded nori (seaweed), lots of spring onion and a half boiled egg. Ramen was well cooked and did not stick together. Minced meat was juicy, flavourful and slightly spicy. How you eat this Mazesoba is that you mix the noodles and ingredients all together. You can also add a spoonful of vinegar and chilli oil for more kick. What you get is a creamy bowl of ramen goodness.

There's also a cup of paitan soup. It's a thick, cloudy soup that similar to pork broth. My friend says it's like a palate cleanser for you to drink. The soup honestly tasted like an under seasoned chicken broth but the more you drink, the more the flavours get to you.

Also after you've finished your noodles and have some ingredients left over, you can request for free rice. Super worth it for those who have a huge appetite. There's also free flow of cold roasted tea which the servers top-up quite often.

Back here once again for their Mazesoba! The Nagoya style one is their signature dish. As usual, the noodles are chewy and nice. The minced meat is really well-flavoured, but a bit too salty. Requested for less green onions. You can request for free upsize for the noodles too! This comes with side of soup and free flow tea. Staff are very friendly too. However, seats are limited.

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If you’re looking for a bowl of dry ramen in Singapore, then this HAS to be it!!!! 😍😍😍

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Overall, I highly recommend this place!! Honestly loved everything about my ramen, other than the fact that it got a tad too salty towards the end (and I didn’t like the soup... but maybe thats just bc personal preference) Only downside is that it is slightly pricey, but its standard ramen price I guess? ALSO there is free upsize for noodles for the carb lovers and free rice also πŸ˜› Will definitely be back to try their original mazesoba the next time round, which my friends really enjoyed and it is less salty, so it may be suitable for those with lighter tastebuds!

It resembles chilli panmee in a Japanese way. This is the original Tawainese mazesoba flavor anyway. Opt for free noodle upsize or rice add-on if you have leftover toppings!