One random day bf sent me a link of a Japanese restaurant in Singapore that serves Flying Noodles! Although we both knew the trick behind it, we still thought it was quite interesting and decided to check it out the next day.
We didn't have much to do that day so we got to Forum Shopping Centre quite early, around 5-ish. The restaurant was dark, empty, and had no queue so we asked one of the waitress and we were told to come back at 6pm. By the time we came back at 6pm, there was already a long queue! Do make reservations if you can, because the allocation of seats took quite awhile and the queue moved very slowly.
The flying udon was quite disappointing as it was a little too bland for my liking. Also, I'm not fond of cold noodles so it was quite meh for me.
But the rest of the dishes we had were very nice! Here are some recommended dishes to order if you visit Hana.
Hana Signature Maki - This reminded me of the Shiok Maki at Koh Grill. Love the salmon and the sauce - the combination just melts in the mouth, which ended with a crunch of the cucumber piece wrapped inside. Priced at $20++ for six pieces. I'd order this again on my next visit!
The couple beside us ordered this chawanmushi and it looked good so I told bf I wanted it too. Haha. At $15++ per bowl, it's quite pricey for chawanmushi but it's very tasty and comes with plump prawns and meaty crab claw, so it's quite worth the price.
Kimchi Fried Rice, another one which impressed me! Those things in the bottle are tempura bits, to be added to the rice for some texture. The rice on its own is good enough though, very flavorful and this is probably the best Kimchi Fried Rice I ever ate in my life.
Ok that's all. I shall end with selfies and my OOTD to complete the entry. Will be back with more next time. Bye!