32 Tras Street
Singapore 078972

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11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

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Big Ass Ramen. Nice place and recommended

Charcoal grilled abalone slathered generously with Tsukiji Yamago 70 years sauce and on a bed of jalapeรฑo mayo
The freshly grilled abalone offered a harmonious blend of textures and flavours. The subtly sweet shoyu sauce beautifully complemented the tender abalone, while the jalapeรฑo mayo provided a spicy kick, adding depth and excitement to each bite.

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Rather intense in its sweetness, theย homemade cheesecake could definitely use less of that Okinawa brown sugar caramel. However, the taste was certainly enhanced and a pleasant dessert option if you like that distinct bitterness as well as thatย nutty somewhat roasted flavour. Theย caramel crumbles, likeย a honeycomb toffee, found scattered on the plate were a nice touch too -ย crunchy and light.

I didnโ€™t care for the overly lean charcoal pork but the springy al dente ramen noodles were surprisingly good. The umami dipping sauce prepared withย sea urchin paste made it more slurp-worthy with its briny seafood-y sweetness and that touch of tanginess from the squeeze of calamansi in the bowl saved the day.

Cooked with dashi and gently perfumed with truffle kombu, their Donabe was pretty good too! The top sirloin ichibo had a nice marbling and really pleasant beef flavour - juicy and succulent. The short-grain Japanese rice alone was very moreish with a nice moist texture and umami aroma.

A snack/side that I would highly recommend if you are at Torasho would be this. More fatty than lean, the melty texture of the short rib was amazing. Grilled over the charcoal, the smokey charred edges were great but the sauces and seasoning really elevated the flavours. The savoury wagyu vinaigrette, spiced Texas dry rub and punchy diced shallots just go so well together.