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Introduction
<br>Keisuke Tokyo serves authentic Japanese ramen created by 'Ramen Revolutionist' Mr Keisuke Takeda. Constantly selected as No. 1 in popularity contests for best ramen, Keisuke has a sterling reputation for its noodles. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 15:00
17:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 15:00
17:30 - 22:00
Signature Dishes
Tonkotsu Ramen
Review (29)
Level4 2016-11-15
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Recently the outlet had updated its menu and introduced 5 new dishes from 14th Nov 2016 : MAZE SOBA, Ramen Clear Soup, Ramen Rich Soup, TAN TAN MIEN Ultra Rich, TSUKE MEN.Tori King MAZE SOBA (Dry Ramen) (S$12.90++)Similar to the Bak Chor Mee (local version of minced pork noodle), there was minced meat, spicy sauce and vinegar. But there was also a nutty texture as there was chopped nuts in it too.The noodle used here was similar to the thick flat yellow noodle used for Lor Mee.Spicy but addictive.Tori King Tsuke Men (Dipping Noodles) (S$12.90++)Same as the above dish, the noodle used here was similar to the thick flat yellow noodle used for Lor Mee.The ramen was served with dipping sauce by the side. The dipping sauce was rich and creamy with lots of dried fish flakes and chicken cubes in it. It's signature grilled chicken leg 🍗was quite tender but I felt the size of the leg seem to have reduced. I remembered that it used to be quite big.Topup S$2++ for each bowl to up-size.Topup S$5++ for special topping (flavoured egg, 2 pieces of thick bamboo shoot, 2 pieces of tender chicken chashu, 2 pieces of roasted chicken meat balls, Japanese seaweed) for each bowl.With just 2 bowls of ramen, the small table for 2 persons could barely fit in everything.My favourite topping was the chicken meatball which was juicy and crunchy with Yuzu skin for a hint of tangy taste. Similar to the chicken cha shu at Ramen Keisuke Lobster King (another outlet under Ramen Keisuke), there was alcoholic taste which mean that the cha shu could have marinated in sake.Overall the ramen were much better than what I had during my last visit. continue reading
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Level4 2014-03-21
126 views
I love ramen and Ramen Keisuke Tori King has always been on my list to try! There are also two other Keisuke shops, Keisuke Tonkotsu King Four Seasons at Bugis Village and Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King at Tanjang Pagar.It was around 7pm when my friend and I reach the place and I was surprised that there wasn't any queue!While waiting for our ramen to come, we had to grind the sesame seeds in a bowl, which is added to our soup later on. They also offer free flow hard boiled eggs and bean sprouts!Being a fan of green tea/matcha, I had to satisfy my curiousity of the green tea cola! Well, it turned out tasting like cola mixed with some other soda and there was no greentea taste at all! :/What sets Tori King different from the other ramen restaurants is that they use chicken broth instead of pork, and I was so excited when our ramen finally came! As it was my first time, I had the Original Tori King Ramen Special with All Toppings, which comes with a slice of chashu, tamago, seaweed and the huge chicken thigh drumstick! The chicken drumstick is the main highlight and it is just toooo good! It is so tender that the meat comes off so easily from the bone! I can literally have another one now! continue reading
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Level3 2014-03-15
81 views
This place sells Chicken drumstick ramen. Comes in original, green or black flavors. I ordered the green chicken ramen, which is a little spicy. The green sauce on the ramen is actually wasabi. The drumstick is big and soft. The soup is rice and creamy. You can choose the texture of ramen here. I choose hard as I like chewy and springy ramen. You can also ordered the thickness of soup base to your liking. Comes with free flow hard boile eggs and bean sprout. I spent about $14++ overall quite a nice bowl of ramen. I tried a bit of my friends's black ramen which is garlic oil. Taste better than the green one.  continue reading
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Level3 2014-03-12
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Good:- One can choose from 3 types of soup bases, as well as the hardness of the ramen. Additional ingredients can be added at extra price.- Ordered the non-spicy soup based ramen with normal texture of ramen. The souo and ramen taste great!Not-so-good:- My portion of pork mrat was kind of tough and dry. The soup gets too salty after awhile.- Ordered the special green tea cola which tastes just like normal cola.- Prepared to queue for very long because there are very few tables.Overall:Not highly addictive to me in my opinion. Will drop by once in a while. continue reading
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Level3 2013-12-13
38 views
After my previous visit to Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King Four Seasons , I found myself craving for their ramen again. This time round I went to the one situated at 100AM, which specialised in their chicken broth ramen. The Green Tea Cola tasted a bit like Sprite. It's refreshing to drink this especially after finishing the ramen.The Tori King Ramen with All Toppings is their signature ramen that comes with a chicken thigh, 2 half-boiled egg, a big piece of chashu and a big piece of seaweed. The chicken is tender, the egg tasted invigorating and the chashu was chewy. The greatest credit goes to the soup. It is flavourful, not too salty and accompanies well with the nice-cooked ramen (I didn't finish the soup as per what I did at Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King Four Seasons though).The Black Spicy Tori King Ramen with All Toppings is the black pepper variant of the original ramen. It is nearly the same as the Tori King Ramen except with a little spice. If you do want your ramen to be slightly spicy, this should definitely be ordered.Definitely will come back here again if I'm craving for ramen. If you are around the Tanjong Pagar area, this is one place to visit (the other being Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King, under the same company)For the full review and more photos, please visit http://makanarts.com/2013/12/13/ramen-keisuke-tori-king-100am/ continue reading
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