[CLOSED] Tsuruhashi Fugetsu (Japan Gourmet Hall SORA)

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60 Airport Boulevard
#036-058 Changi Airport Terminal 2 Japan Gourmet Hall SORA
Singapore 819643

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The photos looked so tantalizing. I ordered the pork modanyaki. Supposed to come with egg, but after hubby cut it up with the metal spatula I couldn’t find it. Never mind it must be lost inside the huge mess of vege and Soba. Not as much sauce as I would have liked. Some parts had no sauce and it was bland as could be. Couldn’t say I enjoyed it. But lots of vege so I felt healthy.

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Mix Modan - $22
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Tsuruhashi Fugetsu is renowned for their Okonomiyaki, and Modan is a type of Okonomiyaki which contains Yakisoba. This savoury Japanese pancake also contains cabbage, battered meat and seafood. Pan fried till crisp, and drizzled off with Worcestershire sauce & mayonnaise, finished with bonito flakes. Served in ANA Biz-Class long haul flights, food from this Osaka chain definitely gonna beat your expectation
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Tsuruhashi Fugetsu 鶴橋 風月
Japan Gourmet Hall SORA
@japangourmethallsora
@changiairport Terminal 2

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Ever tasted some really delicious Okonomiyaki on board ANA’s long-haul business class? I haven’t, but I need not. I can enjoy the Osaka delicacy from Tsuruhashi Fugetsu, one of six restaurants in SORA that sells Japanese savoury pancakes made with noodles, cabbage and other fresh ingredients.

The Yaki Soba (S$13.00) was served hot after being cooked on the hot plate, so its “wok hei” (Japanese style) coats the exterior of the wheat noodles. However, I’ll give up my money for their Mix Modan (S$22.00) which also includes battered meat and seafood, Worcestershire sauce and mayonnaise and garnished with bonito flakes. The richness in taste makes it an ideal comfort food, so much so that I can eat one by myself. Otherwise, no harm sharing the love with someone, so that I won’t feel too sick of the richness. (Spoiler: Confirm better than what you get in Takashimaya Food Hall.)

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Disappointed.... batter is nt done well. So the inside is like chunky chunky which is not how takoyakis shld be like. ☹️

The sauce is too overpowering. Not my type

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