If you are a soba fanatic, or simply just in love with anything Japanese, you will definitely be familiar with mazesoba: a dry noodle dish steeped in flavourful sauce, topped with a myriad of luscious ingredients and completed with a raw egg yolk in the middle.
For the uninitiated, Mazesoba or fondly described by some locals as the Japanese Bak Chor Mee, is literally translated as mixed noodles and is a type of ramen that has no broth – in other words, it’s dry ramen. As there is no hot soup involved, it is no wonder this dish is particularly popular during the hot summer months in Japan and Korea.
With several outlets in South Korea and Japan, Kanda Soba has finally arrived on our local shores, rolling out their famed mazesoba bowls, sushi platters and HULK Power drinks! Ramen lovers be warned: this restaurant will overthrow your love for ramen and turn you into a mazesoba convert.
Kanda Soba is now offering a set lunch promotion at affordable prices! For only S$12, you get to have their Original Mazesoba, two pieces of yummy sushi, and a beef soup. So, make a beeline for their eatery and see what the hype about them back in South Korea and Japan is all about!
There are few things as addictive as boat noodles and we love the satisfying feeling of stacking all those finished bowls up high. The great thing about boat noodles is that because the portions are all so small and cheap, you get to try a variety of different broths and noodles till your heart’s content without feeling a pinch in your wallet.
Bangkok is no short of places that dish out scrumptious bowls of boat noodles and one of our favourite haunts whenever we are there is Kin Tiew Kan Noodle.
For those who are still mourning the departure of Kenny Rogers Roasters in Singapore since they announced it in April, dry your tears because they are making a comeback in Singapore.
Kenny Rogers Roasters will be opening in JEM during the second week of October 2019 (they have yet to confirm the official opening date) and our Muslim friends will be happy to know that the new Kenny Rogers Roasters is halal-certified.
Polished, elegant and intimate, Kaunta is a new Japanese restaurant in Tanjong Pagar that aims to provide diners with an authentic and lavish dining experience that’ll leave a lasting, memorable impression.
The modern 20-seater Japanese restaurant is by the same team behind The Sushi Bar—the popular sushi joint that first started at Far East Plaza.
The Sushi Bar is a restaurant for casual dining on a daily basis, but Kaunta, on the other hand, is more upmarket and made for occasions. They pride themselves on using only the freshest and most premium produce from Japan available to create their gastronomic masterpieces.
Allow the skilled chefs to take you on a multi-sensory journey; each and every bite of their meticulously crafted creations will open your eyes to the world of food from their point of view
Located just opposite King Albert Park MRT in the cozy neighbourhood of Bukit Timah sits the newly opened Kong Cafe that has been styled in a minimalist concept which highlights its commitment to modern aesthetics.
Upon entry into the cafe, we were greeted by the clean-cut bright white walls of the cafe, which offered a calm and comfortable ambience that could potentially turn this new kid on the block into the next hip social hangout in the west of Singapore.
We have great news to share with durian lovers! King of Kings is a new mooncake brand in Singapore that offers quality Musang King (Mao Shan Wang) snowskin mooncakes at very reasonable prices.
King of Kings MSW Durian Snowskin Mooncakes are 100% made of pure Musang King flesh encased within thin mochi skin. Each box comes with 4 x 170g MSW Durian snowskin mooncakes and there are two flavours—original and chocolate—to choose from. In addition, each mooncake set comes with a free tin of buckwheat tea.
Quote ‘ladyironchef’ when you order via Whatsapp +65 9223 6333 to enjoy a box of King Of Kings Mao Shan Wang Durian Snowskin Mooncake and two free boxes of traditional mooncakes from Lao Zi Hao at S$128 nett. It includes free delivery islandwide.
King of Kings Mao Shan Wang Durian flavours
- Original Skin
- Chocolate Skin
Traditional Mooncake from Lao Zi Hao flavours
- Single Yolk Lotus
- Double Yolk Lotus
- Low Sugar Macadamia
- Charcoal Black Sesame
- Red Bean
- Mixed Nuts
Kogane Yama, whose name translates to “Golden Mountain”, specialises in serving premium Japanese tendon and other traditional Japanese fares with modern twists and flavours. Known for using only the freshest ingredients and creating the most delicious dishes at a rather affordable price point, Kogane Yama is not one to disappoint.
This August, Kogane Yama has launched a new menu with 3 brand-new Japanese side dishes, 4 flavours of Chahan (garlic fried rice), 2 flavourful bowls of ramen and their National Day dishes, the Salted Egg Tori Karaage Don and Chilli Crab Tendon.
With the market still riding the strong wave of local-inspired dishes, Kogane Yama’s National Day dishes should definitely be on your must-try list. They will only be available from 1 to 31 August 2019 so savour these delectable donburis before they’re gone for good!
KFC is seriously the gift that keeps giving. We all love some good ol’ fried chicken and of course, KFC always delivers. Following closely behind their Saucy Wings, KFC’s newest creation is set to be well-loved by Singaporeans: Cereal Chicken.
From 28 June 2019 onwards, KFC’s Cereal Chicken will be tickling your taste buds with a well-known yet distinct flavour so hurry down to the nearest KFC outlet for some cereal-sly good fried chicken.
Be prepared to get your hands dirty, and trust us when we say that this mess is something you’ll want to get into because it’s just too finger lickin’ good!