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Super Salmon Don Have been eating quite abit of salmon bowls recently and Super Salmon Don ($9.80) from Sen Sushi at Plaza Singapura is one of the most affordable ones, thanks to the ongoing salmon promotion till 31 Aug✌🏻You can’t go wrong with the infallible pairing of salmon sashimi with sushi rice!
Good value salmon don. There is a salmon madness ongoing with plenty of salmoon don choices going for around 10 as well 3 pieces of salmon sashimi going at 2.70. Pretty good value. The bowl isnt very big but its still decent.
Affordable Lunch Set Tried the super salmon don, consisting of avocado salmon, salmon cubes and salmon slices. Got the set, which comes with a side and a drink. I choose the fried chicken for side, whereas my companion chose gyoza. For drinks, we chose cold green tea. If you are willing to spend a little more, can top a few dollars for more salmon, or for juices and soft drinks. They were quite generous with the avocado salmon and salmon cubes, but there were only 2 salmon slices. So was a little disappointed by the quantity. But overall still filling and I couldn’t finish the rice. Would be better if there’s miso soup to pair it off! The gyoza and fried chicken was really juicy and tasty as well! I personally felt that the chicken outshone the don itself haha. The staff were friendly as well, refilling our drinks whenever they saw it ran out. Overall, a pretty decent meal! We paid around $33 for 2 pax and for a full meal with drinks. Would like to try their ramen next time! 😋
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For 1-for-1 Vegetable Mazesoba (save ~$13.80) Tucked in a corner of Square 2, find this cozy eatery serving up mazesoba, a dry ramen dish hailing from Japan's Nagoya Prefecture. The Vegetable Mazesoba ($13.80) includes chewy ramen noodles topped with sliced vegetables and sauteed mushrooms. Don't miss the best-selling Taiwan Mazesoba "Nagoya Style" ($15.30) and Original Mazesoba All Toppings ($19.60). Pro tip: mix your noodles for a minimum of 20 seconds for optimal flavour! Photo by Burppler TW Teo *Eligible for 1-for-1 Takeaways till 30th June
nagoya style + mazesoba w soft boiled egg don't think this is anything special - nagoya style tastes like japanese ba chor mee (i prefer the actual bcm to this haha) i think the mazesoba is nicer than the nagoya style but both were too jelat for me (only finished half the bowl!) it may just not be my cup of tea
Now This Dry Style Ramen Can Be Delivered to Your Home Thanks to @dphuacs (with the link-up from @engtingting), I received a delivery from @kajikensquare2 for my family lunch. It’s probably been more than a year since I had Mazesoba, so I was looking forward to having the dry-style ramen again. What’s the most important step to enjoying this dish is a very thorough toss. And I mean VERY THOROUGH. You should aim to spend at least 30 seconds mixing everything up (if you ordered yours with toppings, do move them to a plate first). Investing this half a minute of your day ensures the strands of ramen are evenly coated in the onsen egg, minced meat sauce, spring onion and strips of crisp seaweed. Otherwise, you will find it clumpy and dry in parts. Pro Tip: You can request for the sauce to be packed separately if you want to pour it in just before mixing which I think is actually the best thing to do. And if you like more heat and acidity in your Mazesoba, don’t be afraid to ask for extra chilli oil and vinegar. David also sent me something that I had never tried before - the Mazesoba with Cod Roe and Mayonnaise ($15.80). I found myself also enjoying this ramen for its lusciously creamy and very savoury-umami sauce. As for ramen texture, @kajikensquare2 cooks theirs al dente for a pleasing QQ chew. You can tap on the link in their bio to order their curbside delivery. By the way, delivery for the FIRST 10 ORDERS EVERYDAY that hits $30 and above is FREE, regardless of distance. But if you live within 10km of their restaurant situated in Novena Square 2 and your order meets the minimum bill amount, you don’t have to pay for delivery.
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God Fire, $15.52 from 𝐈𝐤𝐤𝐨𝐮𝐬𝐡𝐚 𝐇𝐚𝐤𝐚𝐭𝐚 𝐑𝐚𝐦𝐞𝐧 It was raining cats & dogs this morning and we decided to have something warm and soupy for lunch, so we googled around & 💬 came across one of our fav ramen brand, where you can place your order online, complete your payment and drop by their restaurant for free pick-up. Yayyy! 🎉🎉⠀ ⠀ Level 2 God Fire is definitely fiery🔥, not for the faint hearted! If you enjoy spicy like we do, the spicy kick on the broth is so shiok, it has a balance of spiciness and the natural flavour of original pork broth! Perfect for all, you can customise your noodle texture, spicy level and saltiness based on your preferences. It was definitely one of the best food we ever had during this CB period and it brighten up our mood and satisfy our tummy! *tummy rubs* ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ▪️Online Takeaway order⠀ 🌎 Link to order: ⠀ ikkousha-hakata-ramen-singapore.myshopify.com⠀ 🏍 For Delivery, they deliver 3km from Ikkousha Tanjong Pager outlet⠀ 📍 𝐈𝐤𝐤𝐨𝐮𝐬𝐡𝐚 𝐇𝐚𝐤𝐚𝐭𝐚 𝐑𝐚𝐦𝐞𝐧 is located at Blk 7, Tanjong Pager Plaza, unit 01-104B, Singapore 081007
Tonkotsu Ramen ($12.50) The one I frequent opposite this was packed with queues so we decided to give this a chance. It also had free flow eggs, equally tasty ramen and hearty broth! In fact the broth here is less oily!
Shio Tonkatsu Ramen So shiokkkk 😛 love how the broth isn’t too thick so you won’t get jelat too fast!! The noodles were thin and cooked perfectly and they held on to the broth really well. The flavoured egg was sO yummy. Would com back again!! Tried a bit of the black ramen and it was pretty nice too!! Their fried rice is worth a try as well
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only for the hungry as shown in the pic i succumbed to takagi due to ungodly hour hunger pangs and doubt i’ll return for their mediocre ramen. only commendable thing is their takoyaki (although not very worth it) is super soft and melts in your mouth~ apart from that, their broth lacks the umami and is pretty bland, do not recommend unless you’re looking for a quick & cheap fix. they offer free upsize for noodles too if you’re hungry
Can Never Understand Its Popularity Just what the doctor ordered — radioactive waste to kill myself. Just kidding! Ajisen is slightly more potent. 🙃 Other than decent noodle texture, everything else 𝘀𝗰𝗿𝗲𝗮𝗺𝗲𝗱 𝗺𝗲𝗱𝗶𝗼𝗰𝗿𝗲 — quite deafeningly too. Broth defines ramen but theirs was 𝗯𝗲𝘄𝗶𝗹𝗱𝗲𝗿𝗶𝗻𝗴𝗹𝘆 𝘀𝗮𝗹𝘁𝘆 and lacked appropriate richness for its level of salinity. I'd even given them three chances. Maybe it's masochism or a longing for death, who knows? Price is the only saving grace, but honestly quite persuasive. For your budget ramen cravings, better this than Ajisen. Though I'd rather eat ban mian. IG: @indulgentism
Karaka-men + 5pc Gyoza ($12) Taking out & eating in has been a norm & we are constantly worried if the food we ordered via delivery will taste as good as if you were dining in. The people at Takagi Ramen has helped to settle that problem! Their innovative packaging of splitting up the ramen & ingredients from the ramen broth has allowed us to enjoy the ramen! It's as if we had it at the store itself! This allows for the ramen to still have that bite without turning overly soggy in the broth. As part of their promo as well, you get 5pc of crispy fried Gyoza at a total cost of $12, almost as good as dining in! The Karaka-men comes with a hot & spicy broth, made from their special blend of red chillies added to the creamy tonkotsu broth, definitely something for the spice lovers out there.
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