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Category Archive for 'Eat-Out: Japanese'

Tamoya Udon (Liang Court)

Shucks! I accidentally deleted the photos of Tamoya Udon in my camera! Arghhhh…! Lucky I still have my Instagram pics, phew! Ok, this is how it works. Tamoya Udon (from Kagawa Prefecture, Japan) is an assembly line udon joint. Choose your size of udon (regular or large) and soup base. The noodles come in different [...]

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Ramen Keisuke Tori King

Regarded as too sophisticated and too avant garde, Keisuke Takeda’s first ramen venture in Singapore — a sleek, upmarket eatery specializing in prawn-broth ramen — failed to take off. Undaunted, he opened a second outfit. This time, it was scaled down to a rustic, hole-in-the-wall diner that seats no more than 16. The tight menu [...]

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Osaka Ohsho

The short story: Gyoza and fried rice — very addictive, must-try! Mabo tofu & double-cooked pork — can skip. The long story: Was running errands with the hubby in City Hall area when we needed to grab lunch. At Raffles City basement, there are couple of new openings. There was a long queue at Nam [...]

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Hubby and I were running errands in this building when we needed lunch. Despite being hidden in a remote corner on the top floor, this casual Italian family-style restaurant — which is actually a chain from Japan — was bustling with activity. The reason? Their ridiculously cheap prices for Japanese-style Italian fare. There’s pizza, pasta, [...]

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With the opening of Pullman Bakery — the famous Japanese curry bun specialist from Hokkaido, Japan — it’s obvious that there are no lack of Japanese curry bun aficionados in Singapore. For a taste of the most authentic Japanese kare pan, read this edition of Tried & Tested!

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This week’s inSing.com feature shines the spotlight on tonkatsu a.k.a. Japanese pork cutlet. Read this story to find out where you can get some of the best tonkatsu in Singapore!

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美食鉴定团又出发咯! For this week’s segment, the YES 93.3FM foodie team’s destination was Kushi for a taste of exquisite Japanese cuisine! Kushi, which means “skewer” in Japanese, is a cosy little Japanese restaurant that specializes in kushiyaki, or grilled skewers. They are popular for their ala carte buffet (S$60++ each for lunch, S$68++ each for dinner). [...]

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My friend Vincent – who’s also a fervent foodie – has, on numerous occasions, raved and raved about the fabulous milk ice cream he had while holidaying in Hokkaido. So when Milca opened at the new ION Orchard, he was one of the early birds who went to check it out. His report: Not as [...]

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