29 Dec '16, 11pm
17 Matcha Foods that We Love So Matcha (We like No. 5 & 14)
Hana Japanese Restaurant recently took Singapore by storm, riding on their magical flying noodles that easily captured the attention of Singapore. Even though it was located at a more secluded area on Orchard Road, don’t be shocked to see the queue form before the restaurant is even open for dinner at 6pm. We flew down to unravel the mystery behind their Flying Cha Soba (soba noodles made from buckwheat and wheat flour, infused with matcha) with Spam Maki ($16), but it seemed like it didn’t take us on the ride that we were highly anticipating for. We wished that the matcha taste in the noodles could be stronger, even though the texture was pretty springy. The noodles came with 2 dipping sauces – Soba dipping sauce and Cha Soba Sauce with onsen tamago, with the latter being our personal favourite. And if you’re wondering what to do with the raw quail egg served aside the no...