The limited-time menu "Laksa Soba" will be on sale from March 16th at Fuji Soba. A dish with Singapore's local food "Laksa" arranged by the side.
The selling price is 680 yen (tax included). Laksa is a noodle dish that uses soup and is eaten in Singapore and neighboring Malaysia. As a local food in Singapore, you can order at a relatively low price at hawkers (stalls), and there are a wide variety of laksa soups from the common people to high-class laksa soups.
Coconut milk is often seasoned with the spiciness of curry and the scent of shrimp, and in Singapore hawkers, people who eat it with their own spices to make it as spicy as they like are conspicuous.
This time, in commemoration of the 55th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Singapore and Japan, a menu that combines laksa soup and Japanese soba was made. The taste of coconut milk is emphasized, and the spiciness and the aroma of shrimp are suppressed. With a gentle taste, it is a finish that even small children can eat. The ingredients are boiled egg, crab stick, fried tofu, steamed chicken, peeled shrimp, and coriander.
"Sambal sauce" is available to adjust the spiciness. Sambal is popular in Malaysia, and although it is not the correct answer for Singaporean cuisine, it is selected as a spicy seasoning that can be prepared in a stable manner.
A "commemorative bowl" will be prepared to commemorate the 55th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Singapore and Japan. Patterns often seen in Singapore's Peranakans culture, Japanese cherry blossoms, Mt. Fuji, etc. are incorporated into the design. You can enjoy laksa soba with this commemorative bowl. However, due to the limited number, it may be a regular black bowl.