Menya Kokoro (Suntec City)

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Menya Kokoro, one of Tokyo’s most popular Maze-Soba (Japanese dry ramen) restaurant chains is coming to Singapore! Since its establishment in 2013, Menya Kokoro has opened 27 outlets worldwide in Japan, Indonesia, Spain, Thailand and Vancouver in just 4 years. Showing no signs of slowing down, Menya Kokoro’s latest Singapore outpost will be launching at Suntec City! Menya Kokoro is helmed by founder Chef Takuma Ishikawa, who trained under the original masters and creators of Maze-soba – Menya Hanabi – the restaurant known for introducing Maze-Soba to the world. In 2014, Chef Takuma won the highly acclaimed Best 2014 Maze-Soba Award in Japan!

3 Temasek Boulevard
#03-313 Suntec City Eat at Seven
Singapore 038983

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11:00am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 09:30pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 09:30pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 09:30pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 09:30pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

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Quite a flavourful bowl, after you finish the noodles, they give you a scoop of rice to scoop up the rest of the sauce. Yums! $9.90 (Reg)


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We ordered the following dish
1. Unagi Mazesoba
2. Orginal Mazesoba
3. Unagi Bento
*We topped up into set mains which come with a side dish of your choice. We got kaarage chicken and two chef special (tempura) which was amazingly good.

The Mazesoba was a lot really nice and has a special taste to it. The way to eat it is to mix it all up and once you’re done with the noodle, you can add one scoop of rice and finish it up with the remaining sauce and dish (if you still have but I doubt so as it’s really good)

Waiting time wasn’t long at all. Overall was a good experience. Price was abit on over on the high side.

Rate 4.5/5

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Their dry Soba is the specialty, cooked to perfection. Very al dente. But it’s too salty to liking. Personally prefers the soup ramen more

Love the thick and chewy udon-esque noodles used in this mazesoba. The combination of the nori, green onion, onsen egg and minced meat with white vinegar (they provide this in a bottle on the side) coats the noodles in a rich, thick and savoury sauce that is phenomenal. The taste of the nori in this dish is rather pronounced, but I feel that it really adds to the dish. The chashu was really disappointing and I don’t recommend getting it as there are better options. As you can see, it was very fatty. Not only that, it was also very dry. But overall, I loved the meal, but do note that it can get a bit gelat because it’s quite rich! The vinegar added helps with this though :) Be sure to ask for and add the rice at the end of your meal to soak up the delicious sauce! The soup is also amazing, definitely a level up from regular instant miso soup and worth drinking! There are various ingredients in it, like radish and konnyaku, and though it is a tad oily, it is very flavourful, with sweet and salty notes :D

If you’re a fan of dry ramen noodles this is a place to check out! The noodles are thick, Q and chewy. This spicy version is surprisingly pretty spicy for Japanese standard (perhaps tweaked to cater to local tastebuds) and is topped with tonnes of chopped spring onions, seaweed and an onsen egg.