Located in Tanjong Pagar, Ginza Tendon Itsuki is Ramen Keisuke's eighth new concept outlet! This new 24-seater outlet is the popular ramen chain’s first concept in collaboration with the highly acclaimed Ginza Itsuki Sushi restaurant in Tokyo, Japan. Tendon is often regarded as delightful one-bowl soul food meals for many Japanese around the world especially during summer. With freshest quality ingredients served in special porcelain bowls by Arita - a 400 year-old porcelain brand from Japan, this new offering will add another dimension to Keisuke's Japanese soul food offering that includes its well-known brand of ramen creations here in Singapore.
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Address

101 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088522

Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

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Price

~$15/pax

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Fantastic value and overall great food. The tempura batter is the heavier kind.

All their tendons comes complete with chawanmushi and miso soup! Complimentary pickles on the side 🤤🤤🤤 It’s super value for money and I don’t think there’s any tendon that comes close to this standard in SG other than... Tendon Kohaku (!!) which is my other favourite. Heh. •
Time has erased my memories but wow this place really makes everybody smell like oil after dining there 😅 #dqky #burpple

This is definitely one of the biggest tendon I've ever had in my life with 2 pcs of chicken fillet, 2 pcs of prawn, 4 different vegetables and a deep fried poached egg sitting atop a bed of rice. At $13.90, you get this bowl of sinful indulgence, a chawanmushi, a miso soup, free-flow pickled cabbage, and a seemingly everlasting smell of tempura.

As with all Keisuke restaurants, queueing may be expected but the service was quick once you're seated. The tempura pieces were assembled as soon as they were done deep frying, but they still became slightly soggy when I ate it. Guess it can't be helped since everything was stacked over one another, so a tip here is to *quickly transfer the tempura onto an empty plate once it arrives at your table*! I didn't quite like that baby corn was selected as one of the vegetables today, but apart from that all other ingredients were of quality and fresh. It would've also been better if more sauce were drizzled on the rice and tempura.

There are so many tendon eateries now, but this still remains #1 for me. They don't skimp on the (quality) ingredients, and you also get chawanmushi and free-flow tsukemono (pickled cabbage). Kohaku came close especially with their spicy sauce, but they can be rather inconsistent.

The batter gets soggy fast but it's really meant to be eaten quickly. Moving the tempura onto the shallow bowl helps to keep the pieces remain crisp longer though.

Having special tendon ($13.9) today on a Sunday and only need to wait for 20mins for the tendon. The prawn is very fresh but the chicken breast is still a bit lack of taste. Would prefer to change it to veg if possible. Charging the hot green tea with $3.8 each without telling the guest while asking is a bit too much though.

Pretty disappointed this time round, not sure if it was because I came when it was near to closing but there were so much batter in my ingredients. It was kinda doughy and I felt like I was eating a lot of flour. 😭 better luck next time round

Because there was only a short queue after class. Still as good as the first time I tried this. Love the crisp batter and fresh ingredients. Also appreciated that they used chicken breast meat - works better with the tempura batter & came just nicely cooked

Their special included a mix of prawn, chicken and vegetable tempura with a special sauce. We loved that there was a tempura egg so nicely done it was deep fried outside oozed out when broken. However, we only wished they used other parts instead of chicken breast which would not be so lean and dry. But still a nice place for a good Tendon.

A reasonable price at $13.90 only w/o GST.
Wide variety of chicken, sweet potato, prawns, vegi is presented and half boiled egg is embedded. 👍🏻
Chewy Japanese rice is also an attractive factor! And the chawanmushi was amazing as well! Would definitely visit again at a non-peak hour.

This queue is unavoidable! But I guess it's pretty worthy for such delicious tendon at such a reasonable price with such big portion!
The tempuras were made well and not to soggy even being left untouched for a while.

got the vegetable tendon yet again, loved how consistent they are. Batter is still light and non greasy despite it being fried. Crying tears of happiness 😭 my only complain: I leave the shop smelling like one too

Ginza Tendon Itsuki 天丼専門 銀座いつき...🍱
- Special Tendon🍤🍄🍠🌽🍖🍳$13.90
- Ayataka🍵$3.80

Total damage including GST: $20.85

Delicious tendon! Crispy on the outside but tender in the inside, what more can you ask? The fresh mushroom, babycorn, sweet potato, long bean, egg, chicken, prawns and the tendon sauce are all so nicely prepared that you wouldn't mind queuing for, paying for and spend your calories on! Give it a try now!

But be prepared to queue for it during peak hours (I heard)...justifiable by the limited seats inside the shop and witnessed the number of chairs placed outside the shop for ppl to sit while waiting...

I waited for only 15min because I was there at the non-peak hour on a Sunday night...(lucky)

I will definitely be back again!😋

Note:
- Need all diners to be present before you can be seated
- You will smell like fried tempura when you step out of the place

Naturally fragrant deep fried veggies of melon, lady's finger, long beans and mushroom you pick apart. Wholesomeness you relish, as care retains the integrity of the raw ingredients encased in tempura. Break the quivering blob of tempura onsen tamago you've uncovered, yellow running over your bed of white Japanese rice.
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If that isn't soul food, especially exciting about this Special tendon ($13.90) is the touch of fattiness in their chicken fillets in our second time time around, making this Arita bowl tastier than in our last. Bite into the moist chicken breast. Tender and light as fish, the broad pieces are just mildly meaty yet distinct, alongside succulent and snappy ebi.
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The vial of chilli spice, sansyo (dried ground leaves of the prickly ash tree) and tendon sauce I used heavily in the last visit, I barely was compelled to touch. Despite all the deep frying, it's not a greasy meal. The batter is light, using only Japanese flour.
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Full Review: http://bit.do/herecomesgin-Vegetable-Tendon

Ordered 2 special sets and felt that this is over rated. We went at about 1.45pm on a sunday and were lucky to be 3rd in the queue. The tendon wasnt as crispy as the other one i had elsewhere. Nevertheless the chawamushi was awesome! The set is value for money no doubt but not worth the queue in my opinion.

Went back again and this time round, I had the vegetable option. I've got to say, I prefer this way more than their special option. The portion is hugeeeee, so you could probably starve yourself before heading over (I kid). Alright, now back to work with a rather heavy food coma

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