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#01-86 Paya Lebar Square
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Mazesoba can be explained as Japanese dry Ramen, which Maze means "to mix" and soba simply means noodles.
How to eat Mazesoba? First you mix everything for 20 seconds. Then add vinegar or chili oil, depending on your preferences. When you had finish eating, you can request for a small portion of rice to mix with the remaining sauce by mentioning “OIMESHI!” to their staff. They also offer free noodles upsize, so it's guarantee that you'll leave the restaurant with a happy stomach.

They have pretty affordable price too; Taiwan Mazesoba Nagoya Style ($12.80++) Original Mazesoba with Karaage ($15.80++) KAJIKEN Singapore is the first shop dedicated to Mazesoba in Singapore, and they are conveniently located at Paya Lebar Square #01-86.

Thanks @kajikenatpls for the lunch.

First time trying this at Bugis branch and definitely worth it! Shiok with you self add vinegar and chili oil to suit your strong taste.

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My first time trying Japanese dry ramen and I wish I had tried it sooner!

Upon mixing thoroughly, the noodles were glistening with oil, the golden egg yolk and Kajiken’s top secret sauce. The noodles itself was rich in flavour as I could taste a distinct blend of wheat that became accentuated with the addition of the sauce. It’s no wonder I slurped it all in an instant.

I had the mazesoba with all toppings that comes with an optional free upsize. The char siew was tender while the karaage was crisp. I’ve definitely fallen in love, for me, with a new Japanese dish.