Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodles @ 18 Tai Seng (Tai Seng MRT)

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TSUTA JAPANESE SOBA NOODLES
– Michelin Starred Ramen Restaurant

ADDRESS:  18 Tai Seng Street, #01-01Singapore 539775
OPENING HOURS:
11am to 3pm and 5pm to 9pm (Mon-Wed) &
11am – 9pm (Thur-Sun)

Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodles, is located directly above Tai Seng MRT.

The Master Chef Onishi Yuki opened Japanese Soba Noodles Tsuta in Sugamo, Tokyo in January 2012.  The name is originated from his thought, “Ramen is the noodles of which Japan can boast to the world”.   Received a great number of prizes from the journals for ramen lovers since 2012. It was granted One Michelin Star in 2015.  The truffle oil blended Shoyu Soba (soy-based sauce flavoured ramen) is the signature.

Order their Iced Wheat Tea, it is very refreshing !

Their chef at work

The yellow boxes contains the soba noodles, made from the mixture of several kinds of wheat flour and whole flour. They are produced at the restaurant and go well with the soup. Tsuta make as many ingredients as possible at their restaurant.

Shoyu (soy-based sauce) Soba. The shouyu sauce is completed by the soy sauce and the broth. The soy sauce is made from 2years-fully matured soybeans in the shou brewery in Wakayama, specially for Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodles. The broth is a blend of asari calm and chicken stock. The good body yet clear taste of the shoyu sauce brings great depth to the ramen.  $16.80

Extra order of Duck Char Siu.  $3

Duck Wanton Soup.  $4.80

Aburi Niku. Succulent pork cubes taken from the shoulder, are freshly charred with a blowtorch and placed neatly in a bowl. Topped with freshly chopped leek. $4.80

Tsuta have Soba with other type of soup bases.
Shio (Slat-based sauce) Soba : soup made from plenty of asari calms, fish and other seafood and sea salt from Okinawa as well as rock salt from Mongolia.
Miso (soy bean based sauce) Soba : Miso soup made from a blend of various ingredients that harmonise with Haccho Miso from Tokushima Prefecture.  The aromatic mix of porcini mushroom oil and hot sauce brings out the tasty flavour of miso
Duck (Kamo Paitan) Soba : Soup broth has been slow cooked for 5 hours at precise temperature control.  The duck breast is poached in shoyu sauce for a prolonged duration, so that it retains a tender bite.

Enjoy your Japanese soba.  Their signature Shoyu (Soy-based sauce) Soba is a MUST-TRY !!!

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