Eventually settled on this as it didn’t have a queue haha. This was actually my first time trying Keisuke’s tendon restaurant as I have been a loyal supporter of Tendon Kohaku (when I decide to have tendon, which isn’t that often). I had the Deluxe Tendon ($19.90) while P had the Special Tendon ($13.90). I think prices are slightly cheaper than at Tendon Kohaku (if my memory doesn’t fail me). The serving was generous, and taste-wise, not bad too, though I’m still more partial to Tendon Kohaku). But still definitely worth a try if u like tendon (and are a late bloomer like me who hasn’t tried it yet). Also, at least there’s another option at Paya Lebar when the rest of the Keisuke restaurants there are packed (like the ramen one beside - I guess Singaporeans are still much bigger fans of ramen generally). #sgfood #sgfoodlover #sgfoodtrend #sgfoodporn #sgfoodstagram #foodphotography #sgfooddiary #sgfoodies #sgfoodblogger #instafoodsg #foodsg #foodiesg #sgeats #sgrestaurant #japaneserestaurant #japanesefood #sgjapanesefood #japanesedon #tendon #tempura #keisuke #payalebar #burpple #singaporeinsiders