9 Bishan Place
#02-34/35/35A Junction 8
Singapore 579837

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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There are 6 pieces but our chopstick skill is better than photo taking skill. 😆 Chijimi is a spicy pancake (think Buchimgae or Korean pancake) We do enjoy the taste but not quite sure as it supposed to have no dipping sauce on the side. The soya sauce & chilli oil on our table wouldn’t go that well as the dipping.🤔

This item is in their ‘Kagurazaka Saryo’ lunch menu (Mon-Fri) from 11:30 am to 5 pm.
Cha-Nabe allows you to pick between Japanese rice OR housemate udon. It doesn’t come with side dish but include Houji Tea. That’s why we order Osaka lunch set in earlier post (so we can share a side dish)🤘
The salmon texture is too soft for our liking and make us pondering on the quality. The broth is light and flavourful. We think this eatery (same chain like Ajisen) offers quite a wide choice with good price point. Skip this salmon set and check out other sets for your experiment! 😁

Hidden at the side of Junction 8 mall, we wouldn’t come across them if it’s not because of their neighbour (Singtel shop). 📲 The menu here looks affordable and tempting. We order this ’Osaka lunch set’ which comes with a soup, side dish (we pick Chijimi 👉 another post) and houji tea.
The noodle is a fine type very well coated with sauce. Some might prefer to pour the soup but we like the intense flavour of sauce goes well with pork belly and black fungus. 🍄
Order system 🙇‍♂️: Tablet
Points 🤑: JFH rewards
Another weekday lunch place if you are in Bishan area. Good service with quiet corner for talking and catch up.👌

noodles were thin and chewy, cooked just right. however, the soup was much too salty for my liking and the meat was average.

one plus point would be the price point though — the meal came up to just under $10 for the ramen with gyoza and a drink (student meal). an affordable option for ramen 😊

6/10 ✨

Nagoya chicken set (promo price, $13.90++)

Nagoya (fried) chicken is supposed to be black vinegar sauce, but it lacked the sourness of the vinegar. Was quite sweet like sweet and sour. Chicken was still crispy. Overall still rather tasty.

The set comes with a bowl of rice, egg soup and 6pc gyoza.

Super worth it for the price.

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12pc gyoza ($7.80++)

Gyoza is one of the better ones in Singapore. Juicy on the inside with substantial meat and cabbage, crispy on the outside without the skin being too thick or soft.

Tastes especially good with a blend of the gyoza sauce and chilli oil.

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