Takeshi Noodle Bar – Teck Lim Road

Known for its upscale eateries and boutique hotels, the Keong Saik Road neighbourhood is best known for its nightlife and foodie scene. Opening along with one of the latest boutique hotels to have opened up in the area, Takeshi Noodle Bar is a new concept nestled within Hotel Soloha; a new boutique hotel that had…

Suparakki Ramen – Northpoint City

Northpoint City had been seeing some switch-up with its tenants of the late, especially with the closure of several F&B establishments and the opening of new ones such as Tiger Sugar and Omu Japanese Omurice within the mall recently. Taking over the former premises of Pontian Wanton Noodles within Basement Two of the South Wing…

Enishi – International Plaza

Despite the opening of the many ramen shops around the island with notable names such as AFURI sprouting up being brought here by a group, there still seems to be some market for independent ramen specialty stores to set up shop in Singapore. Located deep in International Plaza just a stone’s throw away from Tanjong…

AFURI – Funan

With the official opening of Funan, Afuri is undoubtedly one of the stars of the F&B tenants there, especially considering the store being the very first outlet of Afuri that had opened its doors in Singapore. Taking up one of the mid-sized shop spaces at Funan located just in between Wong Kee Wanton Noodles and…

Menya Kokoro – Suntec City

Menya Kokoro opened up to much hype a couple of days ago, taking over the former spot of Menya Takeichi within Eat At Seven at Suntec City. Being one of the largest chains serving Mazesoba globally with several outlets worldwide, Menya Kokoro had its roots from Tokyo, Japan, before expanding to other parts of the…

Kyushu Men-Road ISSI – Japan Food Town, Wisma Atria (Closed)

(Kyushu Men-Road ISSI had since ceased operations.) It seems that there is an influx of Japanese eateries opening all around the island lately, given how most of our posts seem to have featured Japanese fare of the late. New at Japan Food Town located within Wisma Atria, Kyushu Men-Road ISSI replaces the now-defunct Yomoda Soba,…

Ramen Eki – Wisteria Mall

The opening of Wisteria Mall deep in the heartlands of Yishun had added a few new dining destinations within the previously sleepy neighbourhood of the past. Apart from more commercialized options such as Yoshinoya and Long John Silvers opening at Wisteria Mall, it’s opening also saw a couple of indie F&B eateries entering the scene….

Sumo-Ya 相扑屋 – Nankin Row

Opened for quite some time at China Square Central, Sumo-Ya is probably best known for their value-for-money Chirashi bowls that deliver in terms of quality. Sumo-Ya occupies a small space along the main road; the space sits approximately just more than 20 pax, with the interior being decorated with Japanese cloths and the walls plastered…

Menya Masamune – Tanjong Pagar Road

Tanjong Pagar had been a popular spot for Japanese Ramen recently, considering the sheer amount of options when it comes to Japanese Ramen in the area. As though there are not enough options for Japanese Ramen in the neighbourhood, a few new ramen specialty shops had moved into the Tanjong Pagar neighbourhood of the late….

Uncle Kiisu – Square2 (Closed)

(Uncle Kiisu had ceased operations.) Taking over the former premises of Now Noodles+ at Square2 is Uncle Kiisu; a new F&B establishment that serves up food with a modern Asian influence. Being decorated with a rather eclectic decor theme, Uncle Kiisu’s concept is most likely targetted at younger audiences; the space is decked with contrasting…

Tendon Go – Oasis Terrace

Having their very first outlet situated at Gleneagles Hospital, Tendon Go had since expanded with the opening of its second branch and its very first full-fledged eatery at Oasis Terrace. Conveniently connected to a link bridge that brings pedestrians from Oasis LRT Station in Punggol, Oasis Terrace serves as a neighbourhood centre for residents nearby…

Hokkaido-Ya – Vivocity

Taking over a small area that was carved out of Sushi Tei’s premises is Hokkaido-Ya, a new self-service casual Japanese dining concept. Opened by the Sushi Tei group, Hokkaido-Ya, the self-service concept would see the use of self-service kiosk in place of an ordering counter — patrons would place their orders via the self-service kiosks…