Kabe No Ana Japanese Pasta Restaurants in Singapore

Kabe No Ana Japanese Pasta restaurant has two locations in Singapore, one at Jurong Point mall (1 Jurong West Central 2) and another within NEX shopping centre (23 Serangoon Central).

Established by Takayasu Narimatsu in 1953, Kabe No Ana was one of the first restaurant chains to introduce spaghetti dishes to Japanese diners.

Kabe No Ana Japanese Pasta restaurant at Jurong Point shopping centre in Singapore.

To this day, Kabe No Ana’s pasta is unique, made as a combination of their original recipes and spaghetti from Japan.

In fact, Kabe No Ana was the first restaurant to use natto (fermented soybeans) and mentaiko (cod roe) in its pastas, creating a novel cuisine that became known as wafu (Japanese-style) spaghetti.

Their sauces range from natto (fermented soybeans) to tarako (cod roe) and uni (sea urchin), featuring delicious umami flavours that give a special Japanese flavour to the pasta dishes.

Visiting either of the restaurants, you can try out their baked rice dishes, pizzas, and desserts, all given a touch of Japanese finesse.

Kabe No Ana Japanese Pasta Restaurant Locations in Singapore

Kabe No Ana Japanese Pasta Jurong Point
1 Jurong West Central 2, #B1-55, Shokutsu Ten Japanese Food Street, JP1, Jurong Point
Singapore 648886
Hours: Monday-Saturday 11:30am-10pm, Sunday 10am-10pm
www.kabenoana.com.sg

Kabe No Ana Japanese Pasta NEX
23 Serangoon Central, #B1-80, Shokutsu Ten Japanese Food Street, NEX
Singapore 556083
www.kabenoana.com.sg

The Kabe No Ana restaurants are owned and managed by RE&S group, which also has a range of other Japanese restaurant brands in Singapore.

These other brands include Kuriya Dining, Ichiban Boshi, Ichiban Sushi, Kuishin Bo, Shimbashi Soba, Men-Ichi, Yaki Yaki Bo, Sumiya, Ami Ami, Shabu Tontei, Gokoku, Shabu-Ichi, Tokyo Eater, Fiesta, Shokutsu Ten, Wadori, Kuriya Japanese Market, Ichiban Bento, Idaten Udon, Ginzushi, Daimon Food Alley, as well as Tenfuku Tendon Specialty.