Living in Japan for more than 13 years before moving to Singapore, Iki serves one of the best and authentic Duck Soba I have tested. Smooth noodles with juicy duck have made me decide to go again very soon. For those who don't drink alcohol, you should definitely try the soba wheat tea! It was quite crowded during lunch time so most probably will try for dinner next time.
Texture of the noodles is very smooth, if not for the signs advertising that the noodles are 100% buckwheat, I would never have known. The cold soba is very refreshing and feels very light, perfect for the work lunch. My order was rather generous though, which came with a bowl of salmon teriyaki rice.
For the health conscious, there is even a chart that sets out the calorie count. Interesting and novel menu suitable for vegatarians and some options for vegans as well. Planning to try the Soy Milk Curry Soba next, with the 1-for-1 sake at dinner!
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