Review – Keisuke Ramen Tokyo – Suntec City, SG

Was contemplating where to go for dinner before chance upon another Keisuke Outlet. This round due to the craving for Ramen decided to drop by Suntec City on a weekday evening.

As with the other Keisuke outlet which I went last year, the Suntec City outlet also offers the bean sprouts and boiled eggs free flow.

 

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Free flow of Egg and Bean sprouts – Keisuke Ramen Tokyo

 

Ordered a bowl of NIBOSHI Ramen (Japanese Dried Fish Stock) (S$13.90). Since there were free flow eggs included, decided to forgo the egg that came with special bowl (add-on). The soup base tasted just right with the flavour of the dried fish stock, not overly salty. The texture of the ramen felt average – nothing really noteworthy of; other than being soft when chewed on.

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NIBOSHI Ramen

As with each time I go Ramen places, I would usually order the Gyoza. The Gyoza tasted the same as before. I guess it comes from the same supplier. Another beverage which I tried was the Keisuke Wasabi Ginger ale (S$3.80) which tasted pretty much like how ginger ale tasted, except with a little hint of the Wasabi taste when you gulp it a little faster.

 

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Wasabi Ginger Ale – Keisuke Ramen Tokyo

 

Website: http://www.keisuke.sg/keisuke-tokyo-suntec-city/

Location: Suntec City Mall, #02-391/392, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038983
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 11:30 ~ 15:00 / 17:00 ~ 22:00 | Sat, Sun and PH 11:30 ~ 22:00

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