If you are looking for a new and exciting way to enjoy ramen noodles, you might want to check out Keitaku Mazesoba Marina Square.
Keitaku, which means “blessings” in Japanese, is a restaurant that specializes in Mazesoba, a Japanese broth-less ramen noodle dish.
Mazesoba features thick and chewy noodles topped with various ingredients like minced pork, cheese, curry, truffle paste, clams, unagi and more.
The key is to mix everything well with the onsen egg and sauces to create a flavourful and satisfying dish. Keitaku Mazesoba Marina Square offers a variety of Mazesoba options to suit different preferences and palates.
Some of their signature dishes include Signature Minced Pork Sanshoku Mazesoba, Cheese & Curry Sauce with Charsiew Mazesoba, and Spicy Clam Mazesoba.
You can also enjoy other Japanese dishes like donburi rice bowls, gyoza, karaage and salads at Keitaku Mazesoba Marina Square. The restaurant is located at #02-301 Marina Square, a convenient location near Esplanade MRT station.
FREE NOODLE UPSIZE AND SOUP:
1. SIGNATURE MINCED PORK WITH DRIED TRUFFLE PASTE MAZESOBA $15.90++
2. SIGNATURE MINCED PORK SANSHOKU MAZESOBA $17.90++
3. CHEESE AND CURRY SAUCE WITH CHARSIEW MAZESOBA $17.90++
4. SALMON MENTAIYAKI DONBURI $14.90++
5. SPICY SHOYU GYOZA $7.90++
I recently visited Keitaku Mazesoba Marina Square, a new Japanese restaurant that specializes in Mazesoba, a broth-less ramen noodle dish. I was intrigued by their variety of toppings and sauces, and decided to try some of their signature dishes. Here are my thoughts on them:
1. Signature Minced Pork with Dried Truffle Paste Mazesoba ($15.90++): This was one of my favourites. The minced pork was savoury and meaty, and the dried truffle paste added a rich and aromatic flavour to the noodles. The onsen egg made the dish creamy and smooth, and the seaweed and spring onions added some freshness and crunch. The noodles were thick and chewy, and had a nice bite to them. I enjoyed mixing everything well and savouring the different flavours in each mouthful.
2. Signature Minced Pork Sanshoku Mazesoba ($17.90++): This was another delicious dish that featured three special toppings: minced pork, dried shrimp paste, and dried truffle paste. The minced pork was similar to the previous dish, but the dried shrimp paste gave it a spicy and salty kick. The dried truffle paste was also present, but less dominant than the previous dish. The combination of the three toppings was interesting and satisfying, and I liked how they balanced each other out.
3. Cheese & Curry Sauce with Charsiew Mazesoba ($17.90++): This was a unique and playful dish that used melted cheese and curry sauce as the main sauces for the noodles. The cheese was gooey and mild, while the curry sauce was sweet and spicy. The charsiew was tender and flavourful, and went well with the cheese and curry. The noodles were also coated well with the sauces, and had a saucy texture. This dish was quite filling and rich, but also fun to eat.
4. Salmon Mentaiyaki Donburi ($14.90++): This was a rice bowl dish that came with grilled salmon topped with mentaiko sauce, shredded seaweed, sesame seeds, and spring onions. The salmon was moist and flaky, and the mentaiko sauce was creamy and spicy. The rice was fluffy and fragrant, and complemented the salmon well. The seaweed, sesame seeds, and spring onions added some colour and crunch to the dish. This was a simple but satisfying dish that I would order again.
5. Spicy Shoyu Gyoza ($7.90++): This was a side dish that consisted of five pieces of pan-fried dumplings drizzled with spicy shoyu sauce. The dumplings were crispy on the bottom and juicy on the inside, and the filling was porky and tasty. The spicy shoyu sauce added some heat and tanginess to the dumplings, and made them more appetizing. I liked how they were not too oily or greasy, and had a nice bite to them.
Overall, I had a great meal at Keitaku Mazesoba Marina Square, and I would recommend it to anyone who loves noodles or Japanese food in general. The restaurant also offers free noodle upsize for all their Mazesoba dishes, as well as free soup that is peppery and refreshing. The service was friendly and efficient, and the ambience was cosy and modern. I would definitely come back to try their other dishes like Unagi Mazesoba, Spicy Clam Mazesoba, Chicken Teriyaki Donburi, and more.
Whether you are looking for a quick lunch, a hearty dinner or a casual hangout with friends, Keitaku Mazesoba Marina Square is a great place to try something different and delicious.