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Introduction
Botejyu was founded in 1946 in the gourmet city of Tamade, Osaka. The name “Botejyu” is derived from the rhythmic cooking sound of okonomiyaki. The first part of the name, “bote” comes from the flipping sound of an okonomiyaki being turned over with a metal spatula. The second part of the name, “jyu” represents the sound of the okonomiyaki sizzling on the teppan grill. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Restaurant Website
http://www.botejyu.com.sg/
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Review (14)
Level4 2013-07-30
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To satisfy the craving for ramen, you just gotta head here for the wide variety they have. I took their Kamo Sauce Ramen Set that comes with gyoza (I chose that) and iced lemon tea for $13.90++. I think it should be enough for me alone.At Botejyu, their gyoza is the type that I want. Pan-fried with a little charred plus crispy. You can't avoid the oiliness but you can't deny that it is juicy too. As for their ramen, I'm quite curious as to what is Kamo sauce. After mixing the ramen with the sauce, it tastes salty yet there is a bits of sweetness within. The ramen is well-cooked and you can find half a hard-boiled egg, beansprouts and duck meat. Overall quite tasty but just that is a little way salty. continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-25
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We ordered the Charsiew ramen, Chicken chop set, Okonomiyaki, Prawn tempura. There is a nice decor and has nice cosy feeling. The staff are very friendly and helpful except one of them was a little slow or unresponsive in the service. The charsiew ramen meat was very tender and well soaked into the delicious tasting soup together with the soft and smooth texture of the ramen. Chicken chop was crispy and the okonomiyaki's "cream" was a little too much for me though. Prawn tempura was crispy and tender on the inside. not too oily. Vivo City is a shopping heaven out of city; very accessible as MRT and bus interchange is a stone throw away. continue reading
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Level4 2013-05-05
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Gourmet Town offers a wide variety of japanese food, and the environment is good, where seating is abundant and a conducive place for a quick lunch or dinner. This time, I had the baked rice (portion of melted cheese is too little for me), that came with fries (your typical fries, nothing special), and fried calamari which I enjoyed thoroughly - well seasoned and fried till crispy. Overall an enjoyable meal. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-27
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Ordered some sides while accompanying my boyfriend for dinner. I had cold tofu with a glass of ice chocolate. I must say the tofu tasted really silky and smooth. It is quite huge in my opinion and drenched with sesame sauce and some mayonnaise i feel. It is really chilled too. I didn't like the presentation though. The tofu have some spring onions garnishes at the top. As for the glass of ice chocolate. I find that it taste somewhat like milo or just melted chocolate ice cream. Failed! continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-24
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Service is bad but i can't comment as it is just 1 staff that is pulling off a grumpy face. The rest was nice though. I think this particular staff had a bad day. Anyway, i ordered a bowl of squid ramen. It was really tasty! The soup was nice and fragrant. The ramen plays a huge part as well. It is well cooked, just nice and springy. Lastly, the squid. It is fresh and can be chewed easily. Very well seasoned! continue reading
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