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Ranked the third most popular ramen chain in Japan, I was quite exciting to try Ramen Kagetsu Arashi after a thoroughly enjoyable bowl at Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King.
Newly opened at The Cathay basement, there was a big turn out of lifestyle and food bloggers to try this ramen.
Ramen Kagetsu Arashi introduced 2 new dishes today, more to appease the local palate: The Ginjiro Ramen and the Itameshi dry Curry Rice.
Ramen Keisuke has 3 small eateries at Orchird hotel, with Keisuke Tonkotsu King being one of them, along with Tori King and Gyoza King. If you are familiar with Japanese terms, the naming is pretty self-explanatory of what the specialty at each shop is.
Tonkotsu King has about 20 seats and is constantly full due to its small capacity. The branding as a hole-in-the-wall, simple homely shop has worked wonderfully with many Singaporeans visiting like bees to honey.