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Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodle

Japanese Soba Noodles Tsuta

The Master Chef Onishi Yuki opened Japanese Soba Noodles Tsuta in Sugamo, Tokyo in January 2012. The name is originated from his thought, “Ramen is the noodles of which Japan can boast to the world.” Received a great number of prizes from the journalsz for ramen lovers since 2012, it was granted as One Michelin-Starred in 2015 before other ramen restaurants around the world. The truffle oil blended Shoyu Soba (soy-based sauce flavoured ramen) is the signature.

The Soup

The soup is composed of a lot of various ingredients, such as whole chicken, herbs and seafood like asari clams, which are carefully selected by Master Chef. Cooked thoroughly under the strict temperature control and no MSG added, the stock brings out the good tastes (“umami”) of the ingredients.

Noodles

Noodles

The noodles, made from the mixture of several kinds of wheat flour and whole wheat flour, are produced at the restaurant and go well with the soup. “For our customers’ food-safety and food-security, we make as many ingredients as possible at our restaurant,” Onishi says.

Noodles

Shoyu (soy-based sauce) Soba

The shoyu sauce is completed by the soy sauce and broth: two years’ fully-matured soybeans are made into the soy sauce in the shoyu brewery in Wakayama, specially for the restaurant. The broth is a blend of stock of asari clams and chicken. The good body yet clear taste of the shoyu sauce brings great depth to the ramen Noodles

Shio (salt-based sauce) Soba

The shio sauce is the well-match of the stock, made from plenty of asari clams, fish and other various seafood, and the sea salt from Okinawa as well as rock salt from Mongolia. So harmonious with the stock that the shio sauce brings out the better tastes. Noodles

Miso Soba

Miso sauce made from a blend of various ingredients that harmonize with Haccho Miso from Tokushima Prefecture. The aromatic mix of porcini mushroom oil and hot sauce brings out the tasty flavor of the miso. Noodles

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SIDE DISHES & TOPPINGS

Ro-su Meshi
Ro-su Meshi
Niku Meshi
Niku Meshi
Soup Chazuke
Soup Chazuke
Gohan (Rice)
Gohan (Rice)
Soba (Noodles)
Soba (Noodles)
Memma (Bamboo Shoot)
Memma (Bamboo Shoot)
Char Siu
Char Siu
Ajitama (Egg)
Ajitama (Egg)
Wheat Tea
Wheat Tea

LOCATION

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Tsuta Japanese Soba Noodles
Pacific Plaza
  • 9 Scotts Road #01-01 Pacific Plaza
    Singapore 228210
  • 11am to 10pm daily
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Tsuta japanese Soba Noodles
Tai Seng
  • 18 Tai Seng Street #01-01 Mapletree 18 
    Singapore 539775
  • 11am to 9pm daily

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