Ramen Keisuke Tori King 5th Anniversary Menu

Ramen Keisuke, the biggest ramen chain in Singapore, is amping up its wow factor with their exciting new menu collectively with Ramen Keisuke’s Giving Back to Society’ program.

Picture credits to Weikai from SgCafeHopping. I tried their new menu and really loved it!

Chef and owner, Mr. Keisuke Takeda wishes to express his gratitude for his customers’ continued support in the past 6 years. As a Japan-owned Food and Beverage business in Singapore, Ramen Keisuke aims to remain committed in its efforts to enrich and nourish lives. On 30 September 2016, in conjunction with Tonkotsu King’s 5th Anniversary at the Tanjong Pagar outlet, Ramen Keisuke had donated a sum of $11,336.75 to Singapore Peranakan Museum and National Heritage Board. This is the first time ever for a foreign Food and Beverage (F&B) entity to support and contribute to the Singapore Peranakan Museum.

Beyond the arts and culture sector, Mr. Takeda is also passionate about the underprivileged – especially the youth. On 1 November, all sales proceeds for the day will be donated to the Straits Times School Pocket Money Fund. In addition, Mr Takeda will donate a dollar for every sale of Green Tea Cola from 1 – 30 November. This is part of the celebration of Tori King’s 4th Anniversary located at 100AM, Amara Hotel.

Known to be one of the early pioneers that reinvented and reintroduced ramen with chicken stock base, the ramen revolutionist brings ramen dining to the next level. Chef and owner, Mr. Keisuke Takeda crafted the new menu based on his insights of the local market and customized it according to his customer’s taste and preference.

The newly menu features fresh interpretations such as Tori King Ramen (Clear base, from $11), Tori King Tan Tan Mien (Ultra Super Rich, from $14.90), and Tori King Dry Noodle (Maze Soba, from $12.90), which is the first dry noodles by Ramen Keisuke. There is also a new choice of topping – Roasted Chicken Meatball ($1) – that is created with Yuzu Skin for a refreshing zing.

Tori King Ramen (Clear Soup, from $11) 
Made with Japanese “Dashi” broth, a combination of edible kelp and shavings of preserved, fermented skipjack tuna that creates the best Unami for clear soup. The broth harmonizes the flavour and creates the best Unami for a clear soup base. Perfect for diners who prefer a light and clear soup base. Loved this so much! Best soup base ever, I prefer this to the crab/lobster soup base! It was light yet flavourful and every mouth is so delish!

Tori King Dry noodle (Maze Soba, from $12.90) 
It is the first dry noodle by Ramen Keisuke. Mixing minced pork meat with different types of nuts to give a very refreshing flavor and texture to the dish. For a unique touch, add a splash of Keisuke’s original spicy sauce and vinegar. Be wamed: this is spicy! I'm not a good spice-eater so I did have some difficulty with this dish, but it was so good I also can't help shoving the noodles in my mouth and drinking a huge mouthful of green tea coke at the same time hahaha.

Speaking of Green Tea Coke, I MUST FEATURE THIS!! It's the best drink ever, and even though I'm not a coke-lover because I find it too sweet and gassy, this is PERFECT. Just the right level of sweetness, taste and gas.

Launching on 14 November 2016, diners can try all the new innovative creations by the Ramen King available exclusively at 100AM. Open from 11.30am to 10pm, Tori King is located in 100AM, Tanjong Pagar – often known as the home of Ramen Keisuke, or otherwise known as “Keisuke Yokochou” in the area together with four other outlets – Tonkotsu King, Tori King, Tendon Itsuki, Gyoza King, and Takeda Shouten Sake Bar. Takeda Shouten Sake Bar now serves a lunch menu, due to popular demand.

xoxo, kaitinghearts

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