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WFH Diaries (SP Phase 2 (HA), Day 78 (Day 612): Snacking Day x Xmas Gathering at Taken Keisuke Lobster King @ Clarke Quay – 14 Dec 2021

ramen keisuke lobster king clarke quay

Good morning once again from a WFH day~ Anyone feeling the festive mood yet?!

All I know is that I snacked like crazy for brekkie and lunch just because.

And then dragged myself out for our Xmas dinner meet up at Clarke Quay.

But first, waiting for everyone to arrive and so I took this chance to browse around Refash and Old Seng Choon for abit.

Off we go to Ramen Keisuke Lobster King located at Clarke Quay, ticking this off our to-try list especially after we tried the crab king ramen previously at Cathay Cineleisure.

Only walk-ins are allowed, no reservations and it’s abit harder for a bigger to get a table verus a smaller group of one or twos unless you’re okay with a counter table. I think we waited for 50-60 minutes just for a table but fortunately, we were in good company so the wait wasn’t too bad.

And finally, we were in!

As with all Ramen Keisuke outlets, you can get free flow boiled eggs and beansprouts to pair with your meal. Cold/warm water is also complimentary (on request) if you’d like too.

Cat and I ordered the rich lobster ramen with the full works while the Mister had the option with just the added egg and Uncle Boo had a lighter basic version. It’s not cheap eh, with the rich lobster ramen (full works) going at $20+ for a bowl.

The ingredients are pretty generous however, with two slices of pork, two slices of (? I have no idea), two lobster balls, two prawn dumplings (skin was really thick), seaweed in a nice slurpy lobster broth and noodles. The broth was also surprisingly not as thick as the crab broth we had previously, so this wasn’t too gelat for us. We also ordered a pork gyoza to share as the prawn one feels too overpriced for $8.80 for 3 pieces. It’s a standard taste across all outlets hence you can expect a reasonable standard of gyoza here.

Overall, it’s not too bad a meal here, albeit at a pricey amount. The bill came up to about $105+ which we offset with a $20 voucher we got recently, so it was about $85+ for 4 pax. Expensive, however still worth a try

Most importantly, it’s ticking it off our to-try list paired with great conversations and wonderful company together with Cat, Mr Boo and the Mister – worth coming out of my cave for :p


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