Keisuke Tonkotsu Ramen are inspired by the four seasons, dedicating themselves to brewing only the thickest and richest soup stocks. They also serve unlimited free eggs and bean sprouts. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
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Alcoholic Drinks Available
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Signature Dishes
Tonkotsu Ramen King Tonkotsu Ramen
Review (2)
Level4 2016-06-22
This is the second outlet of Tonkotsu King by Ramen Keisuke, after the first in Orchid Hotel. It is a bigger outlet, compared to the first outlet. It was decorated in an old school japanese way, with posters around on the walls.There was free flow marinated bean sprouts and hard boiled eggs on the table to help yourself to. Remember to add DIY to ground sesame seeds, bonito powder and crispy deep fried onions to the ramen for extra kick. Ice water was served after placing order.Tonkotsu King ($12.90)Instead of usual char Siew, the ramen was served with tender pork belly. The soup was rich and creamy.Although the place was packed, the turnover was fast.Tonkotsu Ramen ($10.80++)The original pork soup base, served with the usual char siew. The char siew was big in size and very tender. The soup was rich and creamy. Both ramen dishes were great in there in their own way. I personally like my ramen to be served with the fatty pork belly as it tasted more flavourful to me. Service was great although the staff forgot to serve me the complimentary green tea soda for VIP member, which I later asked to takeaway. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Level2 2015-01-26
This year, I wish for everyone to eat better.What a better way to start on this resolution than to have some good ramen at Keisuke Tonkotsu King! I’m chuffed to bits that this new outlet is a stone’s throw from where I stay. I sense more Ramen goodness in the days ahead.Like its store at Orchid Hotel, the restaurant is small and seats about 22, albeit rather cramp.The interiors are decorated similar too. The quirky wall posters and signages transports its patrons to good ol’Japan. Tables space is precious commodity as its already crowded with condiments and the free flow eggs and bean sprouts the restaurant provides.I’ve never helped myself to the eggs before as I’m not a fan of hard boiled eggs but I do know that some consider that as a bonus selling point for the restaurant. On the other hand, I love the spiced beansprouts. Crunchy and just a tiny bit spicy, it freshens up the palate and balances out the super rich ramen broth really well.Just a few simple ticks and your order is whisked away by one of their super efficient staff and very soon you’ll have your meal ready. Japanese standard of effiency. Impressive!Made specially for the restaurant, Japanese Green Tea Cola. We just had to order this. Rather addictive for me. I like that its not super sweet like most soft drinks and yet is refreshingly sparkly. Also, I’m a sucker for green tea items.Honestly I wasn’t expecting much from the Gyoza. I came for the ramen anyway. However, these babies were well fried. Very crispy on one side and with the tender steamed dumpling skin on the other. The tiny morsel burst with juicy broth from the minced meat. I love gyoza and I do love their version of it.You got to earn your dinner. Before you start digging into your prize ramen, start working those muscles and grind those sesame seeds. By breaking them, it releases the fragrant sesame seed flavour and elevates the ramen. Grind it, break it, then blanket your ramen with it.Take a sip of the luxuriously rich tonkotsu broth and let out a satisfied sigh. I could bask in this richness all day long. I’ve opted for the flavoured soft boiled egg as a topping. Its so good. Gone in 30 seconds.This sexy, spicy ramen has a broth that’s not as creamy as that of the Tonkotsu King (above) probably to balance the spicy oil. Look at that. Drool.If food is an art, Keisuke Tonkotsu King has perfected the ballet of Ramen. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)