Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King Four Seasons @ Bugis Village

I think we were pretty unanimous in coming to the conclusion that this “four seasons” thing is nothing more than a gimmick lol. They are basically all the same with the addition of extra side ingredients. While the soup was the usual rich tonkotsu stock which solidified somewhat halfway through our meal (probably due to collagen), it was way too salty for “normal” standards. Winter, according to the menu, has the “lightest” broth and I concur that it must be so because the Autumn Special was even saltier! Basically we were gulping for water throughout the meal.

I did like the thin noodles though. Love the texture- which you can customize. my default is always “hard”. Other than that…. it was a really ordinary bowl of ramen haha.

I think I’m we’re just bored with the taste of Tonkotsu Ramen, and Ramen in general. Take my criticism with a pinch of salt ya?

Another thing that screams gimmicky is their “green tea” cola. It’s basically cola colored green no kidding! You can give it a try for free if you show them this fb picture on your phone (click here, offer till end of may 2013). Cute bottle though haha.

N.B. Bugis village is next to bugis street, and this stall is along the same row as fastfood chains like KFC and Macs. There is a queue at around 7. Arrive at 6 and you’ll be just fine.

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