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20 Cross Street #01-19 China Court
China Square Central
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6438-5563
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Restaurants » Japanese, Desserts , Steamboat
Food and Beverages » Ice Cream, Wine and Spirits

Besides their famed spicy ramen specialty, Beppu Dining at China Square Central is branching out to other Japanese cuisine fare soup-based for Shabu Shabu and Sukiyaki. (Japanese Steamboat and Hot Pot). The choices of selection sets are grades of beef (Australia, New Zealand, US Prime, Wagyu), Cuts of Pork (Shoulder Butt, Loin, Belly, Assorted), and assorted Seafood mix.

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     13 Jul 2008 at 7:06 pm

    I don't quite like their new outlet here, probably because I am so used to their old outlet, where we can order Thai food along with the Jap food and although we are sitting outside the restuarant, the whole place is still so nice and nice seats.

    The new outlet has only Jap food and the outlet is small, so we end up getting out from the side entrance and sit outside, facing the open-air area of China Square Central. The whole feeling became quite food-court-like. No longer the feeling of a Friday spend-more lunch.

    The Jap food quality stays the same, but the service staff does not. Guess it's just common across all the city-area food outlets, where they employed a lot of Chinese nationals. The waitress couldn't tell us whether she is serving us 1 chilli or 5 chilli noodles. Luckily there's another guy who helped to bring out our 10 bowls of noodles and he could still remember/differentiate which is which.

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    1. Rachelle
      Rachelle said:
      Hmm... Even if U dine Al Fresco, I felt that its lantern lighting sets the mood, coupled with the outdoor fountain jazz music.
      14 Jul 2008 at 11:58 pm
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  2. Rachelle
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     22 Apr 2008 at 12:02 pm

    Ramen & Shabu Shabu @ "Cozy Zen" Dining Ambience

    My colleagues and I dined at Beppu Dining Restaurant for our monthly Office Club Girls' Nights Out last month. And apparently was surprised to find out that, Beppu Menkan is moving out of Far East Square due to escalating rental cost of the developer, and also because of the ongoing traffic construction Cross Street Circle Line MRT station. Fortunately, Beppu is moving just across a street to China Square Central under another developer.

    Besides their famed spicy ramen specialty, Beppu Dining at China Square Central is branching out to other Japanese cuisine fare soup-based for Shabu Shabu and Sukiyaki. (Japanese Steamboat and Hot Pot). The choices of selection sets are grades of beef (Australia, New Zealand, US Prime, Wagyu), Cuts of Pork (Shoulder Butt, Loin, Belly, Assorted), and assorted Seafood mix.

    The decor is also revolved from "Family Casual" at the Far East Square one to "Cozy Zen" at the brand new main China Square Central branch.

    The noodle menu, inspired by the famous Beppu hot springs (jigoku), are called "hell noodles"; as jigoku literally translated means hell. The noodles served range from cold, non-spicy to piping hot spicy. For spicy noodles, there are 4 levels of spiciness. The standard spicy noodles come with 1 chilli, which is rather mild to taste. For those who prefer more spicy noodles, they can ask for 2 or 4 chillies whereas the chilli kings or queens can ask for 6 or 8 chillies. For the uninitiated, trying the non-spicy noodles or the spicy noodles with 1 chilli first is recommended before progressing to the extra spicy noodles as it allows one to fully appreciate the rich Kyushu soup broth.

    We spent about S$14 per person. Must Tries: Ramen, Shabu Shabu, Sukiyaki, Sushi, Sashimi, Sake, Ice Yogurt, Gelato

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      Rachelle said:
      Presently, they are giving out some "housewarming" vouchers... and ABN-AMRO credit cardholders get a 10% discount.
      22 Apr 2008 at 12:17 pm
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