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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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