60 Paya Lebar Road
#01-02/03/04 Paya Lebar Square
Singapore 409051

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Sunday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

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Although there is a rather huge variety of ramen types to choose from in the menu, I find myself going back to my default, the Black Spicy Tonkutsu Ramen ($12.80), because it is this satisfying and heartwarming. What makes me come back to this place again and again is really the broth. The Tonkutsu broth itself is filled heavily with umami from the long hours of boiling pork bones. I love how thick and rich the soup is! The already complex yet beautiful flavours of the broth is further enhanced by the black garlicky peppery sauce, which further intensified the umami flavours and gave the soup a light kick.

The ramen noodles were al dente and definitely soaked up the wonderful broth. The char siu is also worth a mention, as it was slightly charred and had a good ratio of meat and fat.

Been tasting this for years and the standard remains high. This will continue to be my favourite ramen 😍

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A safe pick - the ramen was springy, the pork bone broth was silky and full of flavour. The place has free flow bean sprouts and hard boiled eggs as well. For this price, I think this bowl and its unlimited accompaniments is very worth it!

No wonder there are always snaking long queues during dinner times - fortunately we came at about 6pm, right before the crowds started filling in, so we didn’t need to queue at all.

This is somewhere I’d definitely go to if I’m starving!

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💬 Rich flavorful broth with free flow bean sprout and hard boiled eggs. 🤤🍜

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@ramen_keisuke Tonkotsu King Niku King is one of the numerous Keisuke ramen concepts in Singapore. If you have next to no knowledge of the Japanese language like me and still chortle every time you see ‘kani nabe’ on a menu, then the name can throw you for a loop. I’ve always thought that niku is the Japanese word for beef, but it just means meat.⠀

Yes, you can probably see why this place stuck an extra ‘Meat King’ title behind the Tonkotsu King pronoun. For $15.90++, this gargantuan bowl of Niku King Tonkotsu is absolute heaven. One slice of chashu or two meekly hanging around the ramen? Hell naw, here the noodles are absolutely buried under EIGHT slices of chashu! These chashu aren’t just your poxy, bang average sliced pork, they are slices of phenomenally fatty tontoro (pork neck) chashu. Fat equals flavour, and these chashu equal absolute love.⠀

Now, a glut of heavenly pork aside, this bowl of ramen would still be trash if it didn’t have a breathtaking broth, but that’s where the Tonkotsu King comes in. I don’t know what kind of wizardry the King called upon the pork bone broth, but it’s crazy creamy without any dairy involvement and profoundly piquant. Seriously, each sip feels like you’re drinking from the Holy Grail. The collagen leaves its calling card of sticky lips, so you know each mouthful is gonna be smoother than silk. It may get too rich for your blood by the end, but each savoury sip was deliriously delightful.⠀

If you’re itchin’ for a ramen fixin’, why not let the King serve you the treasures of his domain?⠀

P.S.: my hot green tea cost me $3.50++. Bruhhh.

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Finally able to satisfy my ramen cravings at none other than one of my favourite Keisuke ramen outlets. I got the Black Spicy Tonkutsu Ramen ($12.90) and I love how peppery, garlicky and flavourful the soup is. The noodles are al dente and the char siu is very tender! Really a comforting meal together with the free flow eggs and bean sprouts!

You know the place is good when they mainly serve ramen. Pleasant greetings with beansprouts at the side and free flow of hard boiled eggs. Service is great.

The onsen egg is runny and delicious. The chashu is soft and tender. Noodles are springy with a nice bite. But the star of the show is definitely the tonkotsu broth. Rich, salty and exploding with umami with every mouthful.

Delicious. Worth another visit.

Come before 6:30pm to beat the dinner crowd.

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