[CLOSED] Takeshi Noodle Bar

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12 Teck Lim Road
Singapore 088387

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Donโ€™t wait too long, quickly make a reservation (link below) and try out some of Chef Renรฉeโ€™s dishes today!

Before diving into the signature seafood dry laksa, order up a few small plates that you can share with the group. There is the Scallop & Otah Pillow (3pcs, $22) that we have tried which was an explosion of flavour and texture, made with a nori cracker base, topped with otah mousse, hokkiado scallops and avruga caviar for that extra indulgence. Another dish that might be polarizing between diners is the Marmite Brussels Sprouts ($14), which we absolutely love and wiped the plate clean. The umami-ness and richness from the Marmite aioli complements well with the slight bitterness from the brussels sprouts, making it a very addictive vegetable to munch on. To add on to the texture, Chef Renรฉe has added tempura enoki and pickled purple cabbage to balance the flavours. The Szechuan on a Stick (2pcs, $14) marries different cultures into a single dish with the grilled pepper pork satay having a nice sauce bath of the nam jim jaew and finished with crunchy peanuts.

The headliner has definitely got to be the Jelebu Dry Laksa, which we got with the grilled tiger prawn ($22) or you can bougie it up by getting it with the butter-poached lobster ($32/$46). The laksa does not come with your usual thick bee hoon, but a specially formulated one that is able to latch onto the laksa sauce very well so that in every slurp you will get the maximum taste possible. What truly shines through is the housemade rempah that has been blended with all aromatics and spices, and every ingredient such as the taupok, fishcakes, beansprouts and cockles all complement each other well.

As the evening unfolds and the savoury ends, finish your meal with the desserts such as the Kaya Goreng (3 pcs, $14) of charcoal cone filled with kaya coconut mousse with a coconut ice cream by the side or order up a couple of tipples that has been specially concocted for this pop-up like the Buah Kaya ($16) and Boh Laksa ($17).
โœจ Jelebu Dry Laksa
๐Ÿ“ 12 Teck Lim Road, Takeshi Noodle Bar, Singapore 088387
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Came across this ramen place as the other restaurant that we wanted to go to was full and we were hungry. The ramen was nice but did not manage to impress.

There were not many customers so it was a nice and quiet place to catch up with friends and have a good chat.

takeshi noodle bar is indeed food king good ๐Ÿ‘Œthe soup of the honey iberico ramen is the main star as it is laced with a tinge of honey. The char siew can be softer and tender though, but the soup compensated. The mentaiko oysters were plump and juicy, and the mentaiko elevated it to another level. Flavours were on point and i loved the dining experience!

The ๐๐ฎ๐ซ๐ง๐ญ ๐Œ๐ข๐ฌ๐จ ๐ˆ๐›๐ž๐ซ๐ข๐œ๐จ ๐“๐จ๐ง๐ค๐จ๐ญ๐ฌ๐ฎ ๐‘๐š๐ฆ๐ž๐ง ($15.90) was a simple dish executed brilliantly! The tonkotsu broth was no doubt the star of the dish for me. I usually find ramen broths to be too cloying or salty, but this was very smooth and palatable, and pleasantly rich.

However, pork wasnโ€™t as tender as I hoped, but the flavour was good, slightly fatty and had a good balance of char and sweetness. Also, I picked the โ€˜firmโ€™ noodles, but they tasted a bit floury ๐Ÿ˜•.

But seriously, the deep, deliciously flavourful broth really sets itself apart from other places.

The ๐’๐ž๐š๐Ÿ๐จ๐จ๐ ๐Œ๐š๐ฅ๐š ๐‘๐š๐ฆ๐ž๐ง ($21.90) is exactly what it claims to be. If you like mala, you will LOVE this.
The mala spice immediately hits you at first sip, with the numbing effect kicking in after a few spoonfuls.
But what is really commendable about this dish is the freshness of the seafood. Nice and firm prawns, sizeable mussels, and delicious plump scallops ๐Ÿ˜‹.

A chic Japanese restaurant inside Hotel Soloha, serving Japanese fusion foods.

The presentation was exciting to see so many items in one bowl, full with the ingredients; including the handmade wonton, chunky lobster, iberico char siew and crispy kale with mala base.

Sadly the mala base wasnโ€™t strong enough to my expectation. But the char siew was delicious. Lobster was a bit hard to chew but taste good. $19.90+