The Singapore flagship outlet of Nadai Fujishoba offers multiple choices of Soba using only the highest quality buckwheat flour.
As we entered the Singapore flagship outlet of Nadai Fujishoba, we were instantly embraced with warm Japanese hospitality. Be it the inherently traditional ambience or the refreshing glass of green tea which served a quick respite to the sweltering heat, an immediate appetite was whet for what was to be a delectable culinary experience.
The menu boasts of a variety of mouth-watering delights; taking centre-stage would be the multiple choices of Soba. Using only the highest quality buckwheat flour, the texture is unquestionably smooth and refined. This is testament to the insistence that the noodles are made in consideration of temperature and humidity.
The kitchen was quick to whip up their special concoction of Truffles Dashi Maki Tamago with Club Japanese Sauce. The egg dish with crab meat sauce ($15.00) is fragrant, light; yet flavourful.
We were next pampered with a generous serving of Sauteed Sobagaki and Foie Gras with Kaeshi Sauce. This mashed buckwheat rendition came with a touch of French elegance and is certainly great value for money ($17.00).
The star of the menu has to be the Deep Fried Soba with Savoury Spicy Seafood Sauce ($18.50). This generous serving with a perfect blend of condiments leave the palate yearning for more. Diners may also request for the dish to be less spicy or fiery depending on their threshold.
This 82-seater restaurant is indeed the first of its kind on our sunny shores. With predecessors in the Philippines and Taiwan, diners can expect succulent outcomes. Oh and lets not forget the Karaguchi (dry) Sake that goes well with the afore-mentioned. (Report by Sam Jay Yeo)
Nadai Fujisoba Ni-Hachi
Address: 100 Tras Street, #03-14, 100AM Singapore 079027
Contact Number : +65 6443 8827 (Reservations welcomed)
Operation Hours : 11am to 3pm, 5.30pm to 10pm (Weekdays); 11am to 10pm on (Weekends and PH)
Website : http://fujisoba.co.jp/