Mon - Sun
11:30 - 14:30
18:00 - 23:00
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Chanced upon this Japanese restaurant that looks pretty authentic from the outside, figured that we would just have our lunch here. The interior decor was also quite authentic looking where most of the furnishings were made from wood, with a warm inviting ambience as well. Ordered the Chashu Ramen and as much as I'm not a fan of hard boiled egg, the rest of the ramen weren't bad. The broth may be light but the flavour is adequate, the chashu slices were generous along with really fresh handmade springy noodles. The Katsu Curry Rice was really flavourful, served hot and tasted very old-Japanese, which was great because most of the curry rice you find elsewhere in town usually taste more modern and local, if you know what I mean. The rice was also fluffy and light which compliments the rich curry gravy really well. Love it. Overall, this ramen place may have good ratings but it's not one of those places that I would plan to visit on any typical days, unless I happen to be around that area again. I paid around $20 after GST and service charge. continue reading
A friend recommended me to this small and cozy japanese restaurant one day and I fell in love with their cold ramen immediately. It is very different from cold soba as the sauce is really special. It is a must-try dish in Kadoman. We also ordered the fried chicken set. Not too bad as well as the chicken was really crispy on the outside. If you are a fan of tempura, you might want to order a set as well although its a little bit pricey for a few prawns. continue reading