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This outlet is the 10th outlet of the well known Ramen Keisuke chain in Singapore. It is a 62 seater with alfresco dining. With such big dine in area, it was a great choice for those coming in groups. As Clarke Quay is known for its nightlife, this outlet only opens at night, from 6pm to 5am. Now one can get ramen even when it is midnight.The outlet was easy to locate, as it was just behind the taxi stand. There was free wifi available. Bag baskets were also available too. Remember to help yours
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This outlet is the 10th outlet of the well known Ramen Keisuke chain in Singapore. It is a 62 seater with alfresco dining. With such big dine in area, it was a great choice for those coming in groups. As Clarke Quay is known for its nightlife, this outlet only opens at night, from 6pm to 5am. Now one can get ramen even when it is midnight.
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The outlet was easy to locate, as it was just behind the taxi stand. There was free wifi available. Bag baskets were also available too.
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Remember to help yourself to the free flow marinated bean sprouts and hard boiled eggs. The marinated bean sprouts tasted quite strong of black pepper in it, which was different from other outlets.
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There was also various condiments available on the table.
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One could customize the ramen as similar to other outlets.
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Lobster Broth Ramen Special ($19.90++)
In clear broth with all toppings, which includes lobster balls, wantons, and chicken char Siew.
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The lobster ball was juicy and bouncy.
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The wanton was disappointing with its thick skin and barely there filling.
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The chicken char siew tasted like soaked in sake.
Miso Lobster broth ramen
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Miso Lobster broth ramen ($14.90++)
The miso was quite distinct in the soup base, but the lobster flavour was not that distinct. The noodle used here was quite thin and similar to mee kia.

Overall the ramen dishes felt more like expensive versions of the local prawn mee soup.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2016-06-05
Dining Method
Dine In
Type of Meal
Dinner