We came here for the cute cats on the menu, really. The ramen turned out not great, although I did like the vegetarian broth and also the sides.
Z’s mum’s vegetarian ramen – clear broth, beancurd (tau kwa, also the first time seeing this in ramen although you have this in lots of other noodle dishes in singapore) and beansprouts. The broth was very mushroomy and sweet.
Kimchi korokke – quite an interesting twist! Worth a try. The korokke is slightly smaller than at other Japanese restaurants; I miss the humongous crab cream croquettes we used to get in Takashimaya.. The other place with fantastic croquettes is ironically in a French restaurant in Budapest called Comme Chez Soi.
Mentaiko spaghetti – this is their saturday special and I came here for this expecting a creamier sauce. So Issian in Wallingford does a great mentaiko cream udon, this one was really on the dry side and totally not what I was expecting. It wasn’t bad, but it was really too dry for a pasta dish.
Quite a hit or miss place, and it’s difficult to find because it’s in this very industrial area. There are usually seats I think, and reservations should be unnecessary though don’t take my word for it.