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Ramen Keisuke is a well known ramen chain by Chef Keisuke Takeda in Singapore and origins from Japan. It starts with an outlet in Millenia Walk. Currently there are 11 outlets in Singapore with Ramen Keisuke Kani King which opened in March 2016 being the latest. Every outlet is different and has its own signature ramen dish. The new 40-seater restaurant specialises in Mr. Keisuke Takeda’s new creation, Crab Broth Ramen. In Ramen Keisuke Kani King, instead of using pork base which is commonly use
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Ramen Keisuke is a well known ramen chain by Chef Keisuke Takeda in Singapore and origins from Japan. It starts with an outlet in Millenia Walk. Currently there are 11 outlets in Singapore with Ramen Keisuke Kani King which opened in March 2016 being the latest. Every outlet is different and has its own signature ramen dish. 
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The new 40-seater restaurant specialises in Mr. Keisuke Takeda’s new creation, Crab Broth Ramen. In Ramen Keisuke Kani King, instead of using pork base which is commonly used, Mr Takeda uses specially imported swimming crabs and chicken bones to create the creamy base for Crab Broth Ramen with Rich Soup whereas for Crab Broth Ramen with Clear Soup, it will be a mixture of crabs, special blended herbs and vegetables and subsequently simmered down for hours to retain the distinct seafood flavour in the soup base.
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The restaurant was decorated in a colorful and bright way.
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On the table, besides the menu, there was an order list and a bowl of sesame seeds to ground. One could select the strength of the soup base, the texture of the noodle and optional items in the ramen dish.
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One used the grounded sesame seeds to add flavour to the ramen dish.
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It was thoughtful of the restaurant to provide baskets to put the bags in.
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There is various condiments such as vinegar, table salt, soyu, chilli oil and mayonnaise on the table to help yourself to.
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Remember to help yourself to the free flow of marinated bean sprouts and Niru cabbage garlic which were avaiable on the table. The cabbage was bland but crunchy in texture.
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Don't forget to help yourself to the flow free of hard boiled eggs too.
KANI TAMA Ramen
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KANI TAMA Ramen ($13.90++)
Crab Broth with Mixed Fried Omelet
The omelette was filled with crabstick, sliced mushroom and spring onions. The soup base was rich and creamy with full of crab flavours, although it was a bit too salty towards the bottom. I did not miss the cha siew or the flavoured egg which were commonly found in ramen dishes.

Overall the food was good and very filling, with so much free flow side dishes to fill up oneself. Service was fast and smooth. By the way there was also free wifi available at this outlet.

 
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Date of Visit
2016-05-29
Dining Method
Dine In
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$16.35 (Lunch)