Nadai Fujisoba Ni-Hachi, Japan’s number one soba restaurant, lauded as a soba specialist makes its noodles in store every day to ensure absolute freshness. “Ni-Hachi” means “2:8 ratio”, which is the golden combination of wheat flour (20%) and buckwheat flour (80%) needed to make the perfect soba. Buckwheat flour specially imported from a well-established milling factory in Japan and the flour is then kept in a warehouse with excellent temperature control to maintain the quality.
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100 Tras Street
#03-14 100AM
Singapore 079027

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Price

~$20/pax

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Tried the dried soba this time round and am Glad to say I enjoyed it a lot better than their soup versions ☺️

Nowhere as impressive as their tamago. Duck meat that tastes like beef. Duck meatballs that tastes like pork. We wonder if it's just the chef's off day when making this as we expected better things from Ni-Hachi. Would like to give the other soba offerings a try again!

Interesting dish although my friend think that it looks like something straight out of a zi char kitchen. 😂 The fried soba manages to retain it's crispness even though it was blanketed by the thick and starchy yet fragrant sauce. Comes with a variety of ingredients too. Worth a try I would say!

One of the recommended dishes on Burpple and its pretty obvious why after you've tasted it. The truffles brought out the fragrance of the crab meat and egg without overpowering them. The tamago is as springy and tender(?) as you would expect. 😋

1st Anniversary special - Niku-Fuji Soba at such irresistible price! Valid from 11-17 Dec 2017

Singapore’s first and only Ice Hotpot! Yes, what you see is the ice that melts into the hotpot. It’s not just ordinally ice but it’s rich seafood and chicken stock that are boiled for hours before being frozen.
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In conjunction of the Christmas season, Nadai Fujisoba has introduce the 6 course Party Set at $49.80++ per pax (u.p. $65.00) from 1 December 2017 which includes: --
1️⃣Soba Sashimi, Shredded Japanes Yam, Salmon, Japanese Fish Cake, Namul (Bean Sprout Salad), Duck Chashu & Edamame
2️⃣Ni-Hachi SOBA salad
3️⃣ Dashimakitamago
-Yaktori Salt & Teriyaki
-Jako to Shishito Itame
4️⃣Mash Buckweat Tempura
5️⃣Mount Fuji Icy Hotpot- Seafood & Chicken Collegan Soup Base
6️⃣Matcha Warabi Mochi with Carame Sauce
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Affordable Mount Fuji Icy Hotpot ($28.00++) per person (for min of 2 pax) is also available.
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Available for dinners on weekdays and all-day on weekends & PH.
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Location: @fujisobasingapore 100 Tras Street #03-14, Singapore
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I found the combination a tad strange and it didn’t cut it for me. I should stick to my usual traditional favourites.

One of our friends is a regular here and he says that this is the bomb! It was love at first bite. Chicken skin salad which is so addictive. Can’t stop once you start.

Hands down the most decadent Dashimaki Tamago I have ever tasted, Nadai Fujisoba Ni-Hachi’s signature tamago is definitely a must-order. Soft yet firm, the layered block first arrives without any sauce and seeing just the lovely specks of truffles seasoned between the rolls was almost enough. Then the server pours over a generous amount of thick steaming sauce straight into the pan, which really gave the dish an extra oomph with the sweetness of crustaceans in the mix. Hence, highly recommended from one egg lover to another, I really enjoyed the deep aromatic flavours of the earthy truffles, savoury dashi-soy sauce, and sweet omelette. The Special Truffles Dashi Maki Tamago ($15) also had a really luxe mouthfeel with the shreds of crabmeat in their Club Japanese Sauce

Kamo Nanban Tsuke Soba
Thick soba noodles, dashi, sliced duck meat, duck meat balls, yuzu, sesame

I will say, it is overpriced for the quality of food. It is good in quantity but quality wise, the noodles are lacking in taste and softness. Dry soba come cold:/ soup soba is an interesting experience due to its large bowl. But I will recommend to try once and that's it. Find somewhere cheaper.

With the opening of a dedicated soba restaurant, hopefully they will get more converts. @fujisobasingapore has a wide selection of hot and cold soba dishes makes one spoilt for choices.

After much consideration, we went for Hot Benisyouga Pakuchi Kakiage Soba ($14) and Zaru Dipping Soba ($9) accompanied with Assorted Tempura ($11). They are so generous with soba noodles (similar to Japan) that we couldn't even finish. Plus their Truffle Dashi Maki Tamago with Club Japanese Sauce ($15) is a must have dish. Best eaten hot, savour these fluffy omelette covered in thick dashi stock with strong truffle fragrance.

Nadai Fujisoba Ni-Hachi
Address: 100 Tras Street, Unit 03-14, 100AM Mall, Singapore 079027
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Had tempura soba ($20) this afternoon. The size is huge! The tempura is very crispy and the skin is thin which is great. However, we feel very thirsty after the lunch...feel like MSG is added.

Found myself back again here after the slurp worthy Hot Mentai Cream Soba ($17) I had the other time! This time round, I was eyeing to get one of the bowls that they have on a huge promotion that’s set to end on 31st August.

Looks like a super simple bowl but was really impressive! Loved the comforting broth with hints of refreshing yuzu and a mix of saltiness from the bits of sakura shrimps. Thought the broth had just the right balance of flavours, but if you prefer a lighter tasting one, they have flasks of hot dashi stock ready on each table for you to adjust accordingly. The thin soba noodles were exactly how I remembered - springy with a great bite. It didn’t disappoint and still one of the best soba I’ve had locally!

Apart from this, you can also get the Hot Kitsune Soba ($7.90, originally at $12) or Hot Kamo Nanban Soba ($9.90, originally at $18). This promotion is only available on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays, that means just one more weekend to go!

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