[CLOSED] Nadai Fujisoba Ni-Hachi

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Nadai Fujisoba Ni-Hachi, Japan’s number one soba restaurant, lauded as a soba specialist makes its noodles in store every day to ensure absolute freshness. “Ni-Hachi” means “2:8 ratio”, which is the golden combination of wheat flour (20%) and buckwheat flour (80%) needed to make the perfect soba. Buckwheat flour specially imported from a well-established milling factory in Japan and the flour is then kept in a warehouse with excellent temperature control to maintain the quality.

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Fujisoba which is Japan’s number one soba restaurant, is located at 100AM Mall Tanjong Pagar.

I remember its Deep-Fried Soba with Sizzling Seafood Spicy Sauce, which is like shen mian but Japanese style.
While ramen arteries are very popular here, it is hard to find one that specialised in Soba and does it well.
Loved its food there, but unfortunately.... oh well.

One of the heartiest soba I’ve had in a while! The rich broth was flavourful but not surfeiting, which made me feel like I could finish slurping the whole bowl and be guilt-free.

There were some hits and misses with the tempura. Some were crunchy while others were soggy. Nevertheless, this was our second visit and we were still very pleased with the quality of the soba and service.

📍100AM, Tanjong Pagar


SO-BA-D! This soba comes with a D rating, and unsurprisingly tastes SO BA-D! The noodles were too hard too have it on it’s own. Yes, you could soften it with the broth from the bowl of piping hot duck meat and duck meatball soup but it’s way too salty after the soak. The duck meat was overcooked and therefore tasted tough. It was my first time tasting a really gamey duck too! Never had a duck leaving such a bad taste in my mouth. Not sure if it’s real duck meat or a quack! Pun intended. As for the duck meatballs, it’s no different in taste from minced pork balls. Perhaps they’re minced pork instead of duck meat since there was, thankfully, no gamey taste to the meatballs. Am pretty sure this isn’t worth $16++. Never coming back to this place again!

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One of the few places I go to for my soba fix!

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A mouthful to order given its long name, the Special Truffles Dashi Maki Tamago with Crab Japanese Sauce may be an item that probably makes less sense in English given how broken the name sounds, but certainly worth the order here.

Liked how one could feel the layered Tamago here; a rarity given how most Tamago usually have a more fluffy and spongy texture less the layering — speaks well of its execution. The infusion of truffle helps to give the Tamago a slight earthiness; not overwhelming like those of truffle fries, but just a whiff to provide a slight contrast to provide another dimension of flavours subtly. Drenched with the "Crab Japanese Sauce", the sauce carried its own sweetness and is pretty umami on its own, and pairs well with the Tamago, with bits of crab meat to chew on for added texture and flavour. A great side to order to share across the table; something which we could not get enough of.


I must say this was really good texture wise. Definitely will be back for more.

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