Riding the waves of mod-sin food culture in Singapore, Michelin-starred chef Yuki Onishi has created an interesting dish with one main ingredient—duck.
If you’re up-to-date with the Singaporean food scene, you should know about Tsuta Ramen Singapore, the world’s first Michelin-starred ramen eatery – and the long queues to match that status.
Michelin-starred chef Yuki Onishi has taken Singapore’s love of duck rice and duck noodles and created his own rendition – duck ramen. Exclusive to Singapore in commemoration of Tsuta Singapore’s first-year anniversary, chef Yuki has created two original recipes that are sure to be super shiok for Singaporeans.
The first dish is the kamo paitan soba soup ($11) that boasts a rich flavourful broth that’s been slow-cooked for five hours straight under precise temperature control, and is made with shoyu and fresh duck oil. The standard portion comes with a generous helping of their handmade noodles, baby leaves and tender poached duck breast slices topped with chopped cashew nuts and diced yellow onions for that feel-good crunch factor.
Equally yummy is the second dish – kamo abura soba dry ($10) where the noodles have been marinated with the same premium shoyu and duck oil that packs a punch with every bite. Paired with the same ingredients as the soup version, it comes with a bowl of refreshing soup made of chicken stock with a hint of sea salt to balance out the strong umami taste of the noodles.
So if you’re looking to try something new and packed with flavour around Orchard Road, stop by at Tsuta Singapore to indulge in this exclusive, special menu. You won’t regret your decision.
Opening hours: 11am-9.30pm daily
Address: #01-01 Pacific Plaza, 9 Scotts Road.
Tel: 6734 4886