Michelin-Starred Tsuta Opens Second Outlet in Singapore
Rejoice, ramen lovers! Tsuta, the first ramen eatery ever to receive a Michelin star in 2016, is opening a second outlet in Singapore, after its successful first outlet at Pacific Plaza.
The 18-seater Tai Seng outlet will prepare 250 bowls of soba each day, with prices, kept affordable starting from $15 per bowl. Apart from serving up the ever-popular Shoyu Soba, the new outlet features the exclusive Miso Soba only at Tai Seng.
As it was my first Tsuta experience, I opted for the crowd favourite Char Siu Ajitama Shoyu Soba, along with a cup of cold Wheat Tea. Served before my soba arrived, the Wheat Tea turns out to be a refreshing palate cleanser which I enjoyed sipping throughout my meal. Priced at $1.80 a cup, it was a healthier choice compared to many artificial-flavoured green teas.
I admired the cosy ambience of this 18-seater restaurant. When my meal was served on the table, the aroma of the flavourful broth was amazing. The noodles had a chewy mouthfeel, but the broth was a little saltish for me. The char siu are sliced from the pork collar, which means lesser fats and more lean meat.
Related Post: British Airways' exclusive check-in area and new amenity kits are ready for London travelers
If you ever find yourself around Tai Seng, do check out Tsuta. This restaurant is housed in a new shopping mall, which opened in February this year.
18 Tai Seng Street