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I tried Keisuke Tokyo at the Oishii Japan Fair, where 3 ramen stalls were set up for free sampling. Keisuke offered shio ramen with hint of blue crab stock - sounded delicious so I went for it. It came with pieces of cha siew and wanton. I didn't really like that there were lots of spring onions in the soup, and it was rather oily and salty, we were very thirsty after finishing the ramen. Guess I'm not a fan of shio ramen, and the broth didn't have crab taste.
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I tried Keisuke Tokyo at the Oishii Japan Fair, where 3 ramen stalls were set up for free sampling. Keisuke offered shio ramen with hint of blue crab stock - sounded delicious so I went for it. It came with pieces of cha siew and wanton. I didn't really like that there were lots of spring onions in the soup, and it was rather oily and salty, we were very thirsty after finishing the ramen. Guess I'm not a fan of shio ramen, and the broth didn't have crab taste.
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