100 Tras Street
#02-10 100AM
Singapore 079027

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11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

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Besides their regular menu items, the restaurant has launched a lineup of cheesy mazesoba series such as the Gyu Curry Cheese Mazesoba ($16.30/$18.30), which is available for a limited time only. This mazesoba is taking comfort food to another level with the mild spicy Japanese curry mixing with the cheese sauce, which you have to give it a good mix with their signature multigrain noodles and the marinated shabu-shabu beef. If you prefer more heat, then the newly launched Tomyum Mazesoba ($13.80/$15.80) will curb your cravings. This previously seasonal item is not back in the permanent menu due to popular demand for the fusion of flavours from the fiery tomyum spices and the Japanese’s minced meat with the soba noodles.

For purchases above $50, enjoy free gyozas, worth $5.20, along with your meal or you can also supplement your mazesoba with the new Kurozu Tori Karaage ($5.20).
✨ Menya Kokoro
📍 100 Tras Street, 100AM Mall, Unit 02-10, Singapore 079027
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Serving portion is quite generous for an adult. Interesting texture of soba, resembled more like udon but still springy. I liked how they serve the miso broth in a separate bowl so you can add in to adjust the amount of saltiness and thickness in your noodle broth. Top it off, u may order a free serving of rice to add to your leftover noodle broth if ur still not full. My mum ordered the tomato chicken ramen, taste quite child friendly and appetising. Chicken was tender and savoury and I like the roll cuts. Will be back again if chanced upon again. Price was about $15++/pax.

Appreciated how they packed everything in separate containers (not environmentally friendly though) and even had an instructions sticker that tells you what each component was and how to eat the mazesoba. Flavour wise was good, the broth was unseasoned but it had a depth of tonkatsu flavour and the minced meat in the noodles was savoury enough. The chashu was good too, thick slabs of pork belly with a good layer of fat making it quite tender.

Very filling bowl of ramen for $11.80, portion worth the price. But taste only so-so.

Opted for the lower calorie option that swapped out some noodles for vegs (bean sprouts!). They added crunch but somehow dont coat the sauces as well as chives. Prefers the original composition.

Optioned for a healthier choice with the swap of usual ramen with low calorie glass noodles. Definitely a difference (not positively) in texture and fullnees. Not recommended.