The humble ‘hole-in-the-wall’ eatery in Hong Kong started to bring its delicious and affordable, dim sum restaurant overseas, with its first international location in Singapore.

To make this possible, Chef Mak and Chef Leung collaborated with Hersing Corporation, a well-known local conglomerate with various business interests such as Western Union Money Transfer, HC Design Interior Design, HC Lifestyle Designer Furniture & CASA Kidi Children Furnishing. Together, they opened Tim Ho Wan’s first international outlet at Plaza Singapura in 2013. Replicating the same taste of its Hong Kong counterpart, it was an unbridled success. Its opening saw long lines at all hours and intense media attention. Tim Ho Wan quickly became a household name. With its combination of quality and affordability, Tim Ho Wan won over the taste buds of discerning and budget-conscious Singaporeans to be the top dim sum restaurant in Singapore.

The Master Chef Onishi Yuki opened Japanese Soba Noodles Tsuta in Sugamo, Tokyo in January 2012. The name is originated from his thought, “Ramen is the noodles of which Japan can boast to the world.” Received a great number of prizes from the journalsz for ramen lovers since 2012, it was granted as One Michelin-Starred in 2015 before other ramen restaurants around the world. The truffle oil blended Shoyu Soba (soy-based sauce flavoured ramen) is the signature.

The signature Soya Sauce Chicken Rice is priced at $3.80. Other offerings include Soya Sauce Chicken Noodle ($4.80), Soya Sauce Chicken Hor Fun ($4.80), Roasted Pork Rice ($4.00), Char Siew Rice ($4.00) and Pork Ribs Rice ($4.00).

A whole Soya Sauce Chicken is priced at $25.00, while half cost $13.00.