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Japanese Ramen Restaurant with a 4 seasons theme ramen soup base.

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  1. Donkeykong
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     09 Jun 2014 at 2:19 pm
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    Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King Four Seasons - situated next to the main road opposite the MRT station is where you can find this authentic Ramen Outlet. Its dusty expecially on a warm day when you need to queue outside for your seats inside. Don't be intimidated by the queue as during peak hours, they will only allow complete groups to enter, thus the queue. While you might feel warm and frustrated, there is a tea dispenser outside for you to grab a drink before you turn into a dried up prune face.

    The Menu: nothing exciting except ramen in 4 seasons with different levels and flavors of richness in the soup. Theres Spring, Autumn, Summer, Winter and KING. While you feel up your order slip, you could choose the amount of chicken oil you wanted to add in your soup that could make it much tastier and richer while you could also include seaweed, extra noodles, braised egg, even rice to go with the left over soup.

    Food: The portion of the ramen was good, but for a tall and big person like me, the bowl shrank in comparison. No doubt it was rich and very tasty, i practically slurped up all over the soup left over while dunking some of the free flow hard boiled eggs into it for something to munch on. The noodles are cooked just the right chewiness however its is not as yummy as the other tonkotsu king outlet. Something missing and I can't name it.

    Service: Staff were pretty quick to take my orders and while sitting at the counter could give me a good view what the kitchen is doing. Hygienic, efficient and fun is all I can say about the open kitchen. It was not as noisy as most japanese food outlets, yet it was still pretty warm and friendly.

    Price: I think its affordable and pretty reasonable especially with the free flow eggs. For one person, it could cost anything between $12 - $16 for a bowl of decent ramen and you can eat as many eggs and pickled beansprouts as you want.

    Overall: The menu is too boring as they only have ramen and little variety on sides. The food is reasonably priced, portion is good and service fast. Its pretty much like the ramen joints i had in Tokyo. Enjoyed it and will come back again.

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    1. Leenie Pigs
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       13 Sep 2013 at 2:18 pm
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      After reading the review from Natsu, I went especially to try the Ramen and of course the free flow Eggs.... Was so excited, I brought along all mine Kakis and proceeded on a wednesday evening to bugis.

      I must say the place is easy to find and rather spacious despite the small shop front. The restaurant is pretty long and casually decorated with a traditional Japanese style to it. As we arrived, we were shown into the restaurant, at this time 7pm the restaurant is still pretty empty with only about 5 tables taken up. We were each given a slip of paper to fill in our orders and a menu that is very limited in choice, just some side dishes but loads of flavoured Ramen roughly categorised into the 4 seasons, Winter, summer, autumn and spring as well as a KING...

      We each decided which Ramen type we wanted to try and chose the strength of the soup... The stronger the broth the saltier the soup, as such most of us picked natural, add on sides if you would like, an additional $1 for a slice of seaweed, $2 for an egg, etc... As we completed our orders, we were quickly served water (i appreciate that), self grinding sesame (terribly aromatic) and a container of seasoned bean sprouts... A table full of whatever Jap seasoning is available for us to add that extra punch.

      The noodles arrived shortly and all four seasons tasted different yet distinct in its own way. We ground our sesame, i must say pretty fun and added that into our noodles and it made it more yummy. The noodles were properly cooked and broth very tasty, though it felt natural is still too salty for me. We have loads of bean sprouts as it was crunchy and very appetizing and the free flow EGGS were amazing.

      The eggs were not HUGE eggs but rather of a smaller size but so well-cooked, i never had a better boiled egg. The egg white is springy and soft yet the yolk is totally cooked. I had 2 of the eggs while my friends had more than 2 because its totally too delicious. The entire meal was very enjoyable and service is fast. Food is delicious and the ramen is priced affordable. Ambience is nice, very jap style and environment comfortable. Good for dates and great for big groups, however do note that they only allow entry for complete groups, as such when u see a long queue outside, don't frat coz maybe it s just incomplete groups waiting, so do proceed to the door and ask the staff...

      #freeeggs #ramen #best #japanese #freeflow #freebeansprouts #fourseasons

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      1. natsu
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         01 Sep 2013 at 5:06 pm
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        My first time trying Keisuke's ramen. I was attracted by the 4 seasons' theme soup base.

        To my surprise, they give free hard boiled eggs and seasoned bean sprouts! My hubby loves eggs, so he whack almost the whole bowl of eggs. While for me, I am a bean sprouts lover, so I had like half of the bottle of the seasoned bean sprouts (very well seasoned).

        I had the Autumn ramen while my hubby had the Summer ramen. Mine - the soup base is Shoyu Tonkotsu. Very oily. Luckily, I had the bean sprouts to balance the taste. I also grind in the sesame to add the nutty taste.

        My hubby's ramen was Spicy Shoyu Tonkotsu. Really spicy!

        For the free eggs and bean sprouts, I will be back to try other seasons. :)

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        1. Leenie Pigs
          Leenie Pigs said:
          It looks yummy.. i must go try.. i wonder if the eggs in your noodles are the ones they give free.. If so? the eggs lost super yummy!!!
          02 Sep 2013 at 4:07 pm
        2. Leenie Pigs
          Leenie Pigs said:
          eggs looks super yummy!!!
          02 Sep 2013 at 4:09 pm
        3. natsu
          natsu said:
          Nope. The free eggs are the normal hard boiled eggs.
          23 Sep 2013 at 10:03 am
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