Permanently closed — Ramen Dining Keisuke Tokyo at Suntec City from 30 Apr 2023; RWS from 7 May 2023

From 30 Apr 2023, Ramen Dining Keisuke Tokyo at Suntec City has ceased operations permanently. This marks the end of its 9 year journey ever since the outlet relocated from now defunct Parco Marina Bay at Millenia Walk. 

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Ramen Dining Keisuke Tokyo at Resorts World Sentosa will also be closed from 7 May 2023 due to the expansion of tourist offerings in the vicinity, along with other establishments in the stretch. Unfortunately, there hasn’t been any mention of a relocation or re-opening of this particular outlet as of yet.

Do not sulk just yet— the closure of the Suntec City outlet is only the beginning of something more, as hinted by the Keisuke Group in an Instagram post on 5 Apr 2023.

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With an ambitious mind, the Keisuke team has decided to combine its Suntec City outlet into a 3-in-1 unit concept. This means more options, more space and therefore, a better dining experience. 

The new space will be set up in Capitol Singapore and will likely begin operations in Jun 2023, although an opening date has not been announced yet. Its official name is Ramen Dining Keisuke Tokyo (Capitol Singapore), so you know what to look out for!

Religious followers of the Keisuke chain will know that the ramen master is well-equipped with the creativity and skills to develop outlet-exclusive items at every one of its restaurants. I wonder what new dishes will be created for the upcoming outlet at Capitol Singapore!

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Ramen Dining Keisuke Tokyo (Suntec City) specialised in Niboshi (Dried Fish Stock) Ramen and Miso Tonkotsu Ramen. Known for its signature thick and creamy broth, both variations provide much needed comfort on a cold rainy day. The latter even comes with a spicy version which creates added depth and a kick to the dish.

No dining experience at Keisuke will be completed with the standardised white ordering slip and free-flow complimentary side dishes.

All that is left now is to wait patiently for the big reveal of what is to be the latest and probably the most unique outlet under the Keisuke chain.

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