60 Paya Lebar Road
#01-86 Paya Lebar Square
Singapore 409051

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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11:30am - 10:00pm

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Always my go-to dry ramen place!! Love the flavour combination after mixing it well. There is free noodles upsize too.


Mazesoba with all Toppings ($16.80++)
If you're up to try all the toppings, go ahead and order this! This bowl comes with 2 charsiew, 1 Chicken Kaarage (Ala Carte $4.50/ 3pc) which was really crispy, and 1 pork belly cube which was pretty flavourful!

* All mazesoba comes with free flow barley tea and eggs, and a bowl of soup (non-refillable).

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Are you a fan of mazesoba? How about the idea of free upsize noodles? 😉

Grilled Cheese with Cod Roe Mazesoba ($17.30++)
Personally a huge fan of mazesoba, which some term as "Japanese Bak Chor Mee" 🤣. Honestly my first time trying Cheese Mazesoba, and I have to say I quite enjoyed it! As a fan of cheese, I didn't find it to be extremely jelak, and I enjoyed the flavour combination for this dish! Only qualm is that the cheese made the noodles stick together quite a bit, and I'd prefer for the Char Siew to be more tender and flavourful!

Super love the whole combi - QQ ramen, spicy minced meat, LOTS of spring onion, runny egg 😍 Used a Burpple 1-for-1 deal on this and it’s super worth! Would come back for more.

⭐️ 4/5

One thing that was really cool about Kajiken’s concept was that they offered a free upsize of the noodles, which meant that one could have a more filling meal without burning a hole in their pocket (but of course their hard-boiled eggs would be the low-carb option).

Apart from that, the Hokkaido Mazesoba (S$17.30) also included minced salmon, cod roe, and a small slice of butter to enhance the savoury aspect of the dish. Sadly, today’s turn-off was the overly-pungent bamboo shoots that reminded me of a less-than fresh sea urchin, making it somewhat agonising to eat on every time I chewed on some.

Neglecting the unsatisfactory parts of this meal, it was still a pretty filling meal, just that I was determined to get a dessert or drink (read: bubble tea) to cleanse my palate.

Unlike the famous version full of garnish, this type is more like a dry ramen. I actually enjoyed this more because the other version is jelak. The chashu however was really mediocre.