Nadai Fujisoba Ni Hachi is one of the new addition to 100AM mall under the Itadakimasu Japanese food cluster by PARCO. Thanks to the increased interest in choosing healthier food options, many food establishments have started to include soba in their menu. However there is an obvious difference between the quality of soba served in those stores versus one the Japanese restaurants that uses fresh or handmade soba.
I’m happy to see a new soba specialty store being introduced in Singapore. We tried the Dry Sukiyaki Maze Soba and the Cold Ni-Hachi Tempura Soba.
The soba served here has the right chewiness and texture. Although I had the fried tempura cold soba set for the occasional indulgence (of unhealthy food), guess I’ll be back to savour their warm soba soon.
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