[CLOSED] Tsuta (Pacific Plaza)

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9 Scotts Road
#01-01 Pacific Plaza
Singapore 228210

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🥢 Bathed in their signature dashi broth (chicken, clam and fish) and topped with Black Truffle Purée, Char Siu, Bamboo Shoots, Leeks and a flavoured Egg

🧾 SGD$16.80

✍🏻 ★★★★★★★★★☆〘9/10〙

💬 The soup was so delicious! Shoyu broth is already somewhat light and flavorful but with the added truffle, it is a musical symphony in your mouth. The soba texture and consistency felt like ramen but I did not manage to verify with the staff. It was cooked perfectly al dente. The pork had little fats, might be a pork collar so it had some chew to it. The truffle shoyu broth was the carry. This sits highly on top as one of my favourites!

Among the chicken Based broths that I've tried this is just so. I'm not a fan of this style of noodle as there isn't enough spring. Decent ramen but will not be frequenting this place.

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Michelin-started ramen.

Tried the cup noodle version from Japan 7-11 which was amazingly fragrant. Not the same could be said of the one I tried at Tsuta. The soup had the most slightest hints of truffle, too slight for me. More often then not, I can only smell the truffle, but the soup was just shoyu based. Nothing spectacular about the shoyu broth as well (Disclaimer: I’m a tonkotsu lover)

The noodles were also too soft for my liking. The pork was flavorful and tender.

The ambience is very Japanese, with chefs cooking in front of you, tossing the noodles around, and cutting the pork slices.

Definitely worth a try!

The duck broth, made of duck breast slow cooked in shoyu, is tasty yet very light and easy to digest. I liked this the best of the few duck ramens I've eaten. I also love that it comes with a handful of lettuce leaves cuz it makes it feel healthier. Their ramen egg is superb and melty.

Price: $15 (+ $1.80 for ramen egg)

P.S. I'm confused whether their noodles are soba or ramen cuz it looks like ramen but they call it soba 😂

#halfeatenblog #tsuta #ramen #soba #noodles #burpple

Came during weekday night and there’s wasn’t queue and plenty of seats available. If you are afraid of queueing, they actually open for reservation on Chope.

If you are not those who fancy for more meat at night, you can go for just one slice of char siu, comes together with egg, bamboo shoot, leek and truffle oil. The truffle really taste strong for the soup. $16.80++

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Considering that it received a Michelin star in Tokyo, Tsuta Singapore does warrant similarly high expectations from diners. It's not bad but definitely not my favourite kind of ramen.

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