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Telephone
6636 0855
Introduction
<br>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
Today
11:30 - 15:00
18:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 15:00
18:00 - 22:00
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Restaurant Website
http://www.keisuke.sg
Signature Dishes
Red Spicy Tonkotsu Ramen Special Tonkotsu Ramen
Review (52)
Level1 2016-08-20
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豚王/雞王,都屬它們分店也在這商圈。湯底主要有紅/白/黑的三種,乃視乎所喜歡的辣感,湯底很濃和易配麵入口,食後並沒有覺得味精太強,落單可以點麵身的軟/中/硬。可惜枱面上送的雞蛋是全熟蛋,溫泉蛋便要跟單另點了。 continue reading
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Level4 2016-06-22
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This the oldest and most popular outlet of the Ramen Keisuke chain. It is located at the Orchid Hotel, next to the another well known Japanese restaurant Teppei. The outlet is very small with limited dine in area. Seats are very close to each other. Do take note that only cash payment is accepted here. There is no NETS or credit card payment available here. Similar to other outlets, there was free flow hard boiled eggs and marinated bean sprouts to help yourself to. There was also sesame seeds to add flavour to the ramen. One could customize the ramen as similar to other outlets.The table was very small, barely had enough space for the food and the condiments on it.Tonkotsu Ramen ($10.90++)The pork soup base was rich and creamy. One would also add the grounded sesame seeds and bonito flakes to the ramen for a stronger flavour. The dish was such as pick me up for a cold night that one would forget about dining in such a small narrow table. continue reading
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Having dined at 4 of their branches (Keisuke Tori King, Keisuke Tonkotsu King Four Seasons, Keisuke Tokyo, and Gyoza King), we thought it high time to hit up the mothership where it all started.The Black Spicy Tonkotsu King ($11.80) with Flavoured Egg ($2) was so thick the broth was practically viscous. I couldn't finish this, it was terribly cloying. I should have ticked the 'light' option for the soup base, this needed to be watered down to half its viscosity. The Red Spicy Tonkotsu King ($11.80) with the option of Special Topping ($4) comprising a flavoured egg, seaweed, and stewed pork, was just as stodgy. In contrast, the pork needed more flavour and stewing time.The best part of the meal: the marinated beansprouts that were totally refreshing, addicting and delicious. continue reading
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Visit http://freshffm.blogspot.sg/2015/10/tonkotsu-king-jewel-in-king-keisukes.html for our detailed review with photos!Like a true traditional ramen shop, Tonkotsu King does not have many options. Essentially, what a customer has control over is the saltiness and oiliness of the pork-based soup, with an additional option of choosing various sauces (black or red) to add spice. The newly-initiated should go for "normal" levels of saltiness and oiliness in a plain Tonkotsu soup base, which might be too strong compared to other eateries. This is how ramen's supposed to taste though. For subsequent visits, the "strong" levels are worth venturing into.Upon receiving the order, the amount of fats floating within the soup might be shocking for the faint-hearted. Don't fret though, the fats add richness to the soup. Forget momentarily about cholesterol and sodium content; this is one of the best bowls of ramen you're gonna get in Singapore, so enjoy yourself and eat up. While we're on the topic, the soup is exceptionally thick, and for lack of a better word, "creamy". It tastes as though a live pig was thrown squealing into a pot of boiling water, and kept there until its flavour has thoroughly infused every water molecule. The broth is definitely a hard-hitter and takes no prisoners. When compared to some of the ramen we had in Japan however, Tonkotsu King's broth is more reliant on oil to bring about its heaviness and taste, whereas ramen in Japan was less oily but still more substantial and flavourful -perhaps due to the differences in pork quality, the duration of boiling or the amount of pork actually used. With that caveat aside, Tonkotsu King's broth is definitely one of the best you can get locally...Visit http://freshffm.blogspot.sg/2015/10/tonkotsu-king-jewel-in-king-keisukes.html for our detailed review with photos! continue reading
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Level4 2015-09-27
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My search for ramen has gone on for too long to go back to the basic tried-and-tested ramen place everyone loves. Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King, also known as 'the ramen place near Tanjong Pagar MRT', 'the one at the hotel', et cetera et cetera. In any case, here I am.I get why everyone likes it. It has the most basic of what a ramen place should have - the choice for how thick you like your broth, how hard you like your noodles, and all the add-ons you could have. Oh yes, and it is attuned to the Singaporean palate sort of ramen broth, not too thick nor salty, reaching this well-rehearsed perfection. It's your no-nonsense, reliable ramen. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of an user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)