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Came here on a Saturday afternoon (2.30pm) using eatigo 60% discount!

Service was okay as there were only 2 staff working, the lady boss were pretty nice tho, asking how's our food etc after we were done eating :)

Tried the chili crab pasta and pork ribs. The pasta was drenched in lots of sauce that's pretty thick and it's on the sweet sour side so it can get quite jelat after awhile so good to share with someone else!

The pork ribs were tender but the sauce used reminds me more of Chinese braised sauce rather than American bbq sauce which I thought it would be.

Nevertheless, pretty worth it with the discounts but doubt I will come back if there isn't any discounts as the prices are on the steeper end.

Second time here at The Coffee Academics but first time here at Scotts Square!

Used BB and got the fish fillet tacos as I was craving for it. No kidding but the fillings in the tacos at Scotts Square is much bigger than the ones I first had at Raffles City.

Tried the spicy crab meat linguine and prefers it 100 times more than the miso salmon pasta (probably because the salmon was overcooked + really small pasta portion back at Raffles City). The linguine wasn't drenched in sauce but they pretty generous with the crab meat. Tasted like hae bee hiam as well with a hint of spiciness. I wish it was spicier tho.

We also ordered iced Manuka coffee and it was great! We love it. The coffee was smooth and it's not overly sweet. It's pretty pricey but will definitely have it on my treat-yourself days :))

Will try their all day breakfast items next time!

A hole-in-the-wall Japanese ramen joint serving only 100 bowls per day, Enishi certainly delivered with their concise 2-item menu.

A lighter alternative to the typical full-bodied tonkotsu ramen broth, the soup stock of Enishi’s Japanese Dashi Noodles ($15.90/basic, $17.90/regular, $19.90/special) is derived from "Kombu" (edible kelp) and dried goods. Light, sweet and clean-tasting, the soup was incredibly comforting and drinkable yet still chockfull of flavour. The bits of Yuzu adding that refreshing hint of citrusy zing was a great touch. Well-executed, the proteins were pretty substantial. Loving that seared char, I enjoyed the fact that the cha shu was tender and not too porky. The sliced smoked duck was succulent and savoury too. Furthermore, the thick handmade noodles were slurp-worthy as well with a lovely springy bite and you can spot the tiny brown

A hole-in-the-wall Japanese ramen joint serving only 100 bowls per day, Enishi certainly delivered with their concise 2-item menu.

For something rich and saucy, look no further than their award-winning Dan-Dan Noodles ($17.90). Offering a myriad of flavours and textures, the sheer number of ingredients sets it apart from the usual dry ramen variant. From crunchy purple pickled cucumbers to melty cubes of cha shu, punchy diced white onions, seasoned minced pork, Japanese mizuna, and fried onions; the assortment of condiments also complemented one another surprisingly well. Each order comes with an onsen egg, mini rice bowl to mop up the remaining meat sauce and a bowl of warm umami dashi stock served on the side. You can customize the level of spice (zero, medium hot, and very hot) as well. Hence, with so much going on, my favourite component in this dish was the distinctively nutty sauce that seems to meld the elements together after a good mix. Not forgetting the firm al dente noodles which were the perfect medium to grip the sweet-savoury sauce in each slurp.

A hole-in-the-wall Japanese ramen joint serving only 100 bowls per day, Enishi certainly delivered with their concise 2-item menu.

A lighter alternative to the typical full-bodied tonkotsu ramen broth, the soup stock of Enishi’s Japanese Dashi Noodles ($15.90/basic, $17.90/regular, $19.90/special) is derived from "Kombu" (edible kelp) and dried goods. Light, sweet and clean-tasting, the soup was incredibly comforting and drinkable yet still chockfull of flavour. The bits of Yuzu adding that refreshing hint of citrusy zing was a great touch. Well-executed, the proteins were pretty substantial. Loving that seared char, I enjoyed the fact that the cha shu was tender and not too porky. The sliced smoked duck was succulent and savoury too. Furthermore, the thick handmade noodles were slurp-worthy as well with a lovely springy bite and you can spot the tiny brown

A hole-in-the-wall Japanese ramen joint serving only 100 bowls per day, Enishi certainly delivered with their concise 2-item menu.

For something rich and saucy, look no further than their award-winning Dan-Dan Noodles ($17.90). Offering a myriad of flavours and textures, the sheer number of ingredients sets it apart from the usual dry ramen variant. From crunchy purple pickled cucumbers to melty cubes of cha shu, punchy diced white onions, seasoned minced pork, Japanese mizuna, and fried onions; the assortment of condiments also complemented one another surprisingly well. Each order comes with an onsen egg, mini rice bowl to mop up the remaining meat sauce and a bowl of warm umami dashi stock served on the side. You can customize the level of spice (zero, medium hot, and very hot) as well. Hence, with so much going on, my favourite component in this dish was the distinctively nutty sauce that seems to meld the elements together after a good mix. Not forgetting the firm al dente noodles which were the perfect medium to grip the sweet-savoury sauce in each slurp.

First time here to try their ice cream popiah! It's on their menu for a limited time till 19th May :)

Overall, it's not bad - pretty similar to the ones in Taiwan except that it does not have corriander (yes to those who hates it like me) and the sweat crunchy peanut candy (😭😭 I really love them tho). Only granted peanuts were used.

Comes in 3 flavours of ice cream, top up $1 to change all 3 flavours to premium options! We tried Hojicha, Pistachio and Coco Yam (I think that's what it was called). Coco Yam taste pretty normal to me but bf said it's nice. Hojicha and Pistachio is not bad, pretty rich :) In terms of size, it's smaller than normal scoop of ice cream, probably so as to fit them all into the popiah skin.

However, the queue was really bad as the place is pretty small with limited seatings (only around 5 tables). We came previously on a Saturday night around 11pm and waited for an hour only to be told that the ice cream popiah was sold out.... This time round we came around 9pm and were lucky to have only 3 groups in front of us :)

Will be back to try other flavours if it's not crowded!

Paired my sake with a plethora of skewers. Carb options available eg sakura capellini & crab meat fried rice (preferred the latter). Was satisfying!

There was a v young waiter that was super friendly, didn't get his name but thank you for your good service.. It uplifted our moods despite the impending doom of CB2.

Overall a pleasant experience, shall seek to return after we can dine in again.

💳 Accepts credit cards
🌬 Air-conditioned seats available
☀ Al fresco seats available
💦 Water is not chargeable