3 Gateway Drive
#B1-28/29 Westgate Food Republic
Singapore 608532

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Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

plain udon/soba bowls here start from $4.50 and prices vary depending on the tempura you choose. i also want to try their curry soba/udon but don’t want to commit myself to a whole bowl. will come here again with someone else and psycho whoever to get their curry. and btw they also serve free flow tempura crumbs on the side!

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Tempura Fuji serves up udon, soba and rice - all matched up with a variety of toppings, e.g. tempura, curry, onsen egg, etc. We went for a simple Wakame Soba, that was decent and nothing too out of the ordinary from what you’d expect. It’s pretty similar to what you can whip up at home. I liked that the broth wasn’t too salty and soba retained a good bite. It’s a more affordable option when you’re craving for it!

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by affordable, I mean each bowl of noodles here costs only $5-6 on average! we had the onsen egg soba which comes warm or cold. it was simple and good on its own, or you can also add on items from their variety of tempura. I would think the cold version is super appropriate for the weather these days!
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📍 food republic westgate
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thank you @tempurafujisg and @sgfoodiehoe for the hosted meal.

I've found another affordable and delicious bowl of Beef Rice Bowl ($6.90) and it is at Tempura Fuji at Food Republic Westgate.

This one's generously topped with thin, tender sliced beef and soft onions; you can't even see the rice from most angles anymore! I like that there is sauce that comes with the beef that soaks into the rice without making it too soggy nor salty, while value-adding to the overall flavour of the already delicious beef. Super worth the money, and I'd personally whack a generous serving of tempura bits into this - go ahead, judge me all you want. 🤣

This is part of a hosted meal at @tempurafujisg.

How often is it ever that you get really good Soba - hot or cold - that's both affordable ($4.90!!!) and at a food court?

Visited Tempura Fuji at Food Republic Westgate and was really impressed, especially by this very simple bowl. Had the dish cold and topped with an onsen egg; the soup is tasty and not too salty while the buckwheat noodles are easy on the bite and absorb the flavour of the soup pretty well. Pair this with some of their lovely tempura items, or have it on its own - it's that nice, honestly! 🤤

This is part of a meal warmly hosted by @tempurafujisg. Thank you @sgfoodiehoe for the invite! 😁

When you're too lazy to make your own tempura and too cheapo to go to a tendon restaurant... You go to a tempura stall in a food court! Pleasantly surprised at how delicious this was. Tempura was hit and miss but overall not bad considering that this is a food court. Anyway you can't really go too wrong with fried food! 😉 You can choose your tempura like Yong Tau Foo style, but it's all pre-fried, and then you choose a base dish (rice, udon, soba etc). Prices range from just around $5-$10+ depending on what base dish you get (rice at $1 vs curry soba at $6.50) and how much tempura you get. Some tempura is more worth it than others, some you know are straight from NTUC's freezer section. But if you're here eating tempura, that means you're too lazy to make it yourself, so you're just paying for the convenience of having people cook it for you.

Read more: http://zhencaneat.blogspot.sg/2018/01/tempura-fuji-westgates-foodrepublic.html

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