What is your definition of a good food? Or good ramen, to be specific? For me, good food has to marry all three elements of colour, aroma, and taste, while good ramen is all about the broth. The soup has to be thick, flavourful, and yet at the same time, not send me reaching for the glass of water to wash down the taste of salt after every sip. The Love Singapore ramen offered by Japanese Ramen Artist, BOND OF HEARTS, manages all that and more.
Shabu-Shabu buffet restaurant Shabu Sai recently joined the smorgasbord of restaurants at Orchard Central, turning the 8th floor of the shopping mall into a haven for northeast Asian food.
As soon as you step out of the lift, you are greeted by the inviting dark wood interiors of the restaurant as well as the array of plastic dishes that Japanese restaurants are well-known for. Spacious with clean lines, Shabu Sai seats up to 170 guests, with each table equipped with a self-controlled induction cooker that keeps the soup hot at a temperature of your liking.
I have heard many good things about the Ramen at Keisuke Tokyo as I used to work in the CBD area but somehow never got the chance to try it. So when my friend suggested trying out the one at Parco Millenia Walk #P03-02, it didn’t take much convincing to get me to agree.