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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。
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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。
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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 t
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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.
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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.
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The table was very small, barely had enough space for the food and the condiments on it.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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The best part of the meal: the marinated beansprouts that were totally refreshing, addicting and delicious.
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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 b
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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!
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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
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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.
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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.
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Mr Keisuke Takeda with his award-winning title "King of Tonkotsu" during Tokyo Ramen Championship 2011 in Japan, has four different ramen concept outlets namely Tonkotsu King, Tori King, Tonkotsu King Four Seasons, Tonkotsu King Matsuri and a gyoza dining concept Gyoza King."Tonkotsu" is a popular ramen broth that's cooked with pork marrow bones and fat for hours till it is milky white and thick.At Keisuke Tonkostu King, one can choose between the basic Tonkotsu Ramen ($10.80), Black Spicy ($11.
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Mr Keisuke Takeda with his award-winning title "King of Tonkotsu" during Tokyo Ramen Championship 2011 in Japan, has four different ramen concept outlets namely Tonkotsu King, Tori King, Tonkotsu King Four Seasons, Tonkotsu King Matsuri and a gyoza dining concept Gyoza King.

"Tonkotsu" is a popular ramen broth that's cooked with pork marrow bones and fat for hours till it is milky white and thick.

At Keisuke Tonkostu King, one can choose between the basic Tonkotsu Ramen ($10.80), Black Spicy ($11.80) or Red Spicy ($11.80) with additional toppings such as seaweed, flavoured eggs and all topping.

Over here, one can protein load with the bottomless supply of hard-boiled eggs! I love eggs and had 5 of them, excluding 3 yolks. Free flow of bean sprouts are available as well.

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/keisuke-tonkotsu-king-ramen-king-at-tanjong-pagar/
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Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King ('RKTK') originated from Tokyo, the birth place of Tonkotsu Ramen. The innovator of this delicious ramen is Celebrity Chef Keisuke Takeda whose culinary background not only in Japanese Cuisine but also in French Cuisine. With the idea to introduce Ramen to the world, he expanded his Ramen shop concept to Singapore.RKTK in Orchid Hotel is the second outlet in Singapore. It can easily be identified with people queueing to get into this tiny shop which can only cater abo
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Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King ('RKTK') originated from Tokyo, the birth place of Tonkotsu Ramen. The innovator of this delicious ramen is Celebrity Chef Keisuke Takeda whose culinary background not only in Japanese Cuisine but also in French Cuisine. With the idea to introduce Ramen to the world, he expanded his Ramen shop concept to Singapore.

RKTK in Orchid Hotel is the second outlet in Singapore. It can easily be identified with people queueing to get into this tiny shop which can only cater about 30 pax. Be prepare to wait, as their normal waiting time for this tiny shop is about 30 minutes. The dining concept here is very simple, come – queue – order – eat & drink – pay – out. You can do your socialising when you are queueing or after you exit the shop.
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As this is my first time here, I decided to order Tonkotsu Ramen Special (All Toppings) - $14.80. For flavour, I decided to go with the Original Japanese taste, meaning NORMAL for taste of soup, chicken oil and noodle texture.
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While waiting for the ramen to be serve, you can make yourself busy by pounding the black and white sesame that you can incorporate to your soup. You can help yourself to unlimited helpings of hard boil eggs and pickled bean sprouts. For Chubby Botak Koala, the first thing he start is always snapping away with his Nikon.
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Free Side Dish - Boiled Eggs and Pickled Bean Sprout.
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The serving of the ramen is just a sight to behold. Size is huge, but the presentation simple yet appetizing. I like the enormous size of the seaweed, kind of giving you a screen to cover our greedy faces when you go on your ramen slurping rampage. I took a quick snap of of the whole bowl and lift up the ramen and started my 'ME & Ramen' only time. I can imagine that I put Do Not Disturb sign on my forehead.
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The ramen has a nice thickness to it, noodle is cooked to al-dente. Each slurp of the ramen is well coated with addictive robust, milky and collagen filled broth. Some people will find it slightly salty, but it is agreeable to my tastebud. The meat is lean, but it is tender and flavourful. Although I would prefer it to be pork belly, I have to agree it might just too overwhelming here. I was bedazzled, and finished my bowl of ramen, almost to the last drop. Yum Yum, Two Thumbs Up!!
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Service is warm, friendly and laud. You can consider them to be efficient and decisive when they try to turn the table for other customers in the queue.
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Overall, this is definitely one of the best ramen in Singapore. I really enjoy my dining experience here. After my first visit to Japan recently, I believe Ramen is best enjoy in a confined space, where you are shoulder to shoulder with the other customers. Once you slurp the broth, you won't realise that there is someone beside you until you accidentally elbow the one sitting next to you. Cheers!!!

Word of caution: If you prefer a light soup base ramen, this is not the place for you. To offset the richness of the broth (jelakness), it will be good to order some Oolong tea.

For the complete Chubby Botak Koala experience, click / copy the link below to your browser:
http://www.chubbybotakkoala.com/2014/07/RK-Tonkotsu-King.html

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The place is pretty much hole-in-the-wall, with its small space and somewhat cramped seating arrangement. The gaps between tables are small, just barely qualifying as "separated' from the adjacent table. The small menu was easy to understand, with only 3 kinds of ramen available; Original, Red Spicy and Black Spicy. The Black Spicy is made from pepper while the Red Spicy's heat comes from red chilli paste. One can choose to customise the kind of noodles (hard/normal/soft), oil level and addition
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The place is pretty much hole-in-the-wall, with its small space and somewhat cramped seating arrangement. The gaps between tables are small, just barely qualifying as "separated' from the adjacent table. The small menu was easy to understand, with only 3 kinds of ramen available; Original, Red Spicy and Black Spicy. The Black Spicy is made from pepper while the Red Spicy's heat comes from red chilli paste. One can choose to customise the kind of noodles (hard/normal/soft), oil level and addition of toppings (Ajitsuke egg/Seaweed/more noodles/more cha shu).
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The highly raved long queue ramen from Keisuke's 2nd outlet! It offers a chicken-based ramen, which is available only in Singapore!! I have tasted better ramen than this so personally not my favourite, it tasted average for me.Similar to Keisuke Gyoza King, both have cramp sitting capacity. This outlet offers free flow of hard boiled eggs and beansprouts.Read more about it on http://nkikichua.blogspot.sg/2014/01/keisuke-tonkotsu-king-orchid-hotel.html
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The highly raved long queue ramen from Keisuke's 2nd outlet! It offers a chicken-based ramen, which is available only in Singapore!! I have tasted better ramen than this so personally not my favourite, it tasted average for me.
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Similar to Keisuke Gyoza King, both have cramp sitting capacity. This outlet offers free flow of hard boiled eggs and beansprouts.

Read more about it on http://nkikichua.blogspot.sg/2014/01/keisuke-tonkotsu-king-orchid-hotel.html
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2014-03-29 57 views
Whenever I pass by Orchid Hotel, there is always a long queue that attracts my attention. The people are actually queuing for Keisuke Tonkotsu King, the little ramen shop which is accessibly to Tanjong Pagar MRT Station. C and I always wanted to try the ramen and we decided to join the queue on one of the weekdays after work. We reached the place around 7.20pm and queued for approximately an hour to settle down for our ramen.The ramen shop is relatively in size and can only sit about 20pax. Thus
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Whenever I pass by Orchid Hotel, there is always a long queue that attracts my attention. The people are actually queuing for Keisuke Tonkotsu King, the little ramen shop which is accessibly to Tanjong Pagar MRT Station. C and I always wanted to try the ramen and we decided to join the queue on one of the weekdays after work. We reached the place around 7.20pm and queued for approximately an hour to settle down for our ramen.
The ramen shop is relatively in size and can only sit about 20pax. Thus, this explains why the queue is long. The staffs do try to speed up the turnover by giving out the ordering sheet of the whole menu to customers who are queuing.
In the ordering sheet, there are options to choose between the basic Tonkotsu Ramen ($10.80), Black Spicy ($11.80) or Red Spicy ($11.80). I had Tonkotsu Ramen with choice of add on Seaweed. There are indications of the soup to be light, normal or strong. You can also choose the noodles texture you want. Additional add on choices (eg. Chashu, seaweed, eggs) are available in the ordering sheet.
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The serving speed really fast once we handover over the ordering sheet to staff. The ramen was served within 2-5minutes time after being seated in the restaurant. Before the ramen was served, each table was served with the pestle and mortar which has some black and white sesame seeds inside. We grinded it up and tossed them all into the bowl of ramen. It’s an added nice aroma in the soup broth. The soup broth tasted not too heavy and smoothing to my taste bud. Most importantly it is not too oily for me as I did not choose to add in chicken oil into my ramen bowl.
A basket of eggs are placed on each table for customers to take. It’s complimentary plain hard boiled eggs. There is also a container of pickled bean sprouts on the table as well. However, our table doesn’t have the pickled bean sprouts which I think the staff might have overlooked it.
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We also tried the Japanese Green Tea Cola. This is something new that caught our attention. It’s a green tea flavoured dizzy drink which I don’t really taste the green tea in it.
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Be it during lunch or dinner, the long queue outside the store probably says it all. The ramen scene in Singapore is getting explosive these days but personally, this could be one of the best Tonkotsu pork base ramen in Singapore. Just like the eateries in Japan, open kitchen concept in a small shop. It is constantly crowded due to it's small capacity, so be prepared to queue longer especially during peak period. Like your usual ramen dining, you'll be given an order slip to tick your ramen pref
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Be it during lunch or dinner, the long queue outside the store probably says it all. The ramen scene in Singapore is getting explosive these days but personally, this could be one of the best Tonkotsu pork base ramen in Singapore. Just like the eateries in Japan, open kitchen concept in a small shop. It is constantly crowded due to it's small capacity, so be prepared to queue longer especially during peak period. Like your usual ramen dining, you'll be given an order slip to tick your ramen preference.
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Tonkotsu King has unlimited serving of hard boiled eggs & really awesome bean sprouts. These appetizers add on to satisfy your ramen fix. Tonkotsu King Ramen ($10.80) + All toppings ($4), reasonably priced. Very rich and flavorful pork base soup, 2 big slices of char siew, nicely done runny egg, springy noodles, your best ramen experience.

Though this is not the best ramen I ever had in my life but is probably the closest you can get to an authentic bowl of ramen in Singapore. Highly recommended! Nonetheless, Ichiran will still be the best ramen I've had till date. Full post - http://jacqsowhat.blogspot.com/2014/02/ramen-keisuke-tonkotsu-king-orchid-hotel.html
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Normal broth ramen with toppings which consisted of a large piece of seaweed, flavoured egg (which was half runny and half cooked). This costed about $20. Again, the chashu was not what I had expected from a stall this famous. The broth, as compared to the spicy one that I had tried, was saltier than average. It was packed with flavours and I could taste the pork broth. The ramen (normal) had a texture that was just nice too. There are also free flow of hard boiled eggs and marinated beansprouts
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Normal broth ramen with toppings which consisted of a large piece of seaweed, flavoured egg (which was half runny and half cooked). This costed about $20. Again, the chashu was not what I had expected from a stall this famous. The broth, as compared to the spicy one that I had tried, was saltier than average. It was packed with flavours and I could taste the pork broth. The ramen (normal) had a texture that was just nice too. There are also free flow of hard boiled eggs and marinated beansprouts which tasted much better when I mixed it inside with the soup. Orders arrive unexpectedly fast.
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Spicy chashu ramen (price <$15 without toppings). The broth was well flavoured and the spiciness was just right for me and it was not at all overwhelming. The chashu on the other hand was disappointing. It was quite tough and I definitely prefer ippudo's tender meat with it's melt-in-the-mouth fats. I had my ramen with less chicken oil but it was still fragrant. Nevertheless, it was worth a try. Thankfully I did not have to queue as they had just open the doors when I went at about 11.30am o
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Spicy chashu ramen (price <$15 without toppings). The broth was well flavoured and the spiciness was just right for me and it was not at all overwhelming. The chashu on the other hand was disappointing. It was quite tough and I definitely prefer ippudo's tender meat with it's melt-in-the-mouth fats. I had my ramen with less chicken oil but it was still fragrant. Nevertheless, it was worth a try. Thankfully I did not have to queue as they had just open the doors when I went at about 11.30am on a weekday.
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There were 3 levels of spiciness to choose from - Red, black and white. I tried the Black Spicy Ramen which was a peppery and spicy mix for broth. The noodles were tangy and the pork slices were soft and tender but I would have liked the yolk of the ramen egg to be a tad more underdone.I must say that with practically the entire foodie world raving about Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King's ramen, I'd heightened my expectations and was looking forward to be blown away by its flavours. While the bowl of
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There were 3 levels of spiciness to choose from - Red, black and white. I tried the Black Spicy Ramen which was a peppery and spicy mix for broth. The noodles were tangy and the pork slices were soft and tender but I would have liked the yolk of the ramen egg to be a tad more underdone.

I must say that with practically the entire foodie world raving about Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King's ramen, I'd heightened my expectations and was looking forward to be blown away by its flavours. While the bowl of ramen was undoubtedly good, I was pretty disappointed that it didn't surpass.
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I've heard about this ramen place in Tanjong Pagar.. that people queue for hours just to have a taste of its famous offering. And from hearsay, I had wanted to try it for myself to see if it's as good as most people say. I got the chance yesterday when my colleagues and I ended up in this area (after our original plan of eating somewhere else). It was about 1pm when we had our lunch, and there was no queue. I was a bit surprised because I actually expected to wait for about an hour just to get
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I've heard about this ramen place in Tanjong Pagar.. that people queue for hours just to have a taste of its famous offering. And from hearsay, I had wanted to try it for myself to see if it's as good as most people say. I got the chance yesterday when my colleagues and I ended up in this area (after our original plan of eating somewhere else).

It was about 1pm when we had our lunch, and there was no queue. I was a bit surprised because I actually expected to wait for about an hour just to get a table inside the very small resto space. Once you enter, it will seem like a different era with Japanese songs being played over and over, Japanese calligraphy, newspaper clippings posted on the walls.
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We were given papers where we could customise our orders. I chose the spicy ramen with all toppings (egg, fungus, etc). Orders arrived within 15 minutes, which was a good thing. I didnt realise till I sat inside that I was starving. Anyway on first sip, the soup was all spice without any hint of pork broth for me. It was rather disappointing.

There was a generous chunk of beef slices and noodles. But the soup was the most important thing for me. Maybe my expectations were so high that my ramen experience was just meh.
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