Sunday, 24 September 2017


Kajiken Singapore' First Mazesoba Dry Ramen Shop recently opened its new outlet at Paya Lebar Square. In case you didn't know Mazesoba is actually dry Japanese ramen in which you have to mix the ingredients together.

The restaurant setting is Japanese style which looks very much like those restaurant that I have visited in Japan, it gives you feeling that of an authentic Japanese restaurant.

Proceed your order by choosing the ramen of your choice, if you are a huge eater or you are feeling extra hungry, you can choose to upsize your noodle for free.

Each bowl of ramen comes with a cup of chicken soup, in case you feel that the noodle is too dry you add some soup into your ramen and mix it. A free flask of corn tea is also provided for you to enjoy while eating which is very thoughtful of them.

Mazesoba Nagoya Style

Mazesoba Nagoya Style ($12.80) comes with spicy minced pork, soft boiled egg, seaweed, some vegetables and of course the dry ramen. From the menu you can see that it is also known as Taiwanese Mazesoba as this is created by some Taiwanese restaurant owner years ago. I love the soft boiled egg with egg yolk oozing out, the noodle didn't taste too spicy in fact it was just nice however I would recommend you to add some ingredients as there is only minced pork.

Mazesoba with all toppings

If you unsure what toppings to choose, I would highly recommend Mazesoba with all toppings ($15.80) in which you can try out all their ingredients which include char siew, deep fried chicken, braised pork, bamboo roots, soft boiled eggs and of course the ramen.

I also made a short video of Kajiken at Paya Lebar Square, If you would like you can watch it here:

Kajiken Paya Lebar
60 Paya Lebar Rd, Paya Lebar Square #01-86, Singapore 409051

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Instagram: @kajikenatpls
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