Burpple Beyond: Our Response to the Upcoming Dine-in Restrictions
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16A Lorong Mambong
Singapore 277677

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Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

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Dont get the meatballs, they're rlly soft and way too expensive, not even that good.

At first i tot it's damn overpriced until i had my first spoonful of soup. I wont say it's definitely worth it, but i can certainly appreciate the time and effort that went into it to justify the price. Duck Char siu was rlly v good, super tender and full of flavour. They do not use the ends of the duck breast so that each slice is the same size, possibly contributing to the cost(one piece of duck Char siu add on is 3++). Soup was rlly strong and intense, full of duck "gameyness" but not unpleasantly so. For someone who prefer stronger Broth, i absolutely loved it and was very satisfied. The thickness of the soup also meant that the bowl was actl q filling.

I also felt that Spinach was a rlly good veggie to go with such a thick soup, so that's a rather brilliant innovation for ramen

This little bowl costs 10bucks. Wow

I Gotta say the duck was pretty darn tender and u get about 3 slices worth of lean duck meat(they remove the skin for this dish, so let them know if u want the skin and fats on). The wasabi paste was fragrant but it luckily it didnt have a corresponding heat. Mixed w soy sauce, it was actl not that bad, but probably not worth the price. Btw the bowl is deceptively shallow in the photo, it's got some depth to it and u get a average serving of rice in this "Small" bowl, which means it's probably too much if u order a ramen also. The amount of rice is probably because else the wasabi would be too strong to consume easily, it's by no means dry or too difficult to eat

Ramen in a rich duck broth - a bit too rich for my liking, but an interesting experience nonetheless.

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Hybrid Duck Broth Ramen Special (Rich Soup) (S$19.90++)
Available at Ginza Kama Soba Kyudaime @ramen_keisuke
Ramen in duck broth.
Came with toppings such as duck meat, duck meatballs (the best part), fishcake, lava egg, spinach, bamboo shoot and seaweed.
With condiments (leek, yuzu chilli paste, spring onion) served by the side.
Accompanied with free flow hard boiled eggs and marinated bean sprouts.

Ginza Kama Soba Kyudaime Keisuke
Address 🏡 : 16A Lorong Mambong, Level 2, Singapore 🇸🇬 277 677
Tel ☎️ : 6463 4344
Open ⏰ :
Mon - Fri : 11.30am - 2.30pm, 5pm - 10pm
Sat, Sun, PH : 11.30am - 10pm
Website 🌐 : http://www.keisuke.sg/kamo-soba-holland-village

I’ll admit I had my doubts about duck ramen before trying the ramen here, but trust me when I say that I was blown away. The broth was thick and flavourful, without any overwhelming gamey flavour some may be worried about. The two pieces of duck chashu were exquisitely tender and left us pining for more, and the duck meatballs were so fresh-tasting and soft. I’ll definitely be back! This place is a hole-in-the-wall, as it is located in a small unit upstairs along the busy Holland Village area, but the ambience is great, giving off a really minimalist Japanese feel.

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After a dramatically overextended, uninspired, illogical, gin-fuelled hiatus in writing any reviews over the last few weeks, @thintbites is seemingly back with an even greater gap in his writing than ever before, courtesy of procrastination and a forgettable sense of the word. It has been a long time coming but I suppose with the flow of things being ceaselessly inconsistent alongside the pretentiousness in my gourmet literature rising to an all time high, writing at a doable pace would be the most appropriate option in my personal opinion and decision.
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With that being said, let’s kick start this bad boy again with the one thing that I hold closest to my heart, that may very well ironically and eventually clog it up if I were to consume too much of it. We’re talking about ramen, and its myriad of possibilities and flavours shaped from decades of culinary endeavours. The place in mind is a very special place, being my favourite ramen shop in the entire world. Ginza Kamo Soba Kyudaime Keisuke is a humble little abode nestled in the heart of the village of beer towers and happy hours that is Holland Village. We’re talking about Keisuke Takeda here, who in my opinion is the most legendary ramen chef in the history of modern ramen culture. His ramen empire in Singapore is a majesty to behold with a total of 19 outlets worldwide, of which 14 of them are in Singapore.
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With numerous specialty ramen shops incorporating fresh new takes on the infinite joy and abundance of ramen, Ginza Kamo Soba Kyudaime Keisuke is just one of the geniuses of Keisuke Takeda, and stands to be my favourite ramen combining two of my favourite things: Ramen and Duck. Their Hybrid Duck Broth Ramen with Flavoured Egg in Rich Soup ($16.90++) is the crème de la crème in the world of ramen. This beauty features a robust, warm and sensational broth flavoured with duck bones and herbs, topped with two gorgeous slices of Irish hybrid duck with the perfect noodles to soak up every last drop of the quack.
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From wonderful customer service to the alluring charm of the complimentary hard-boiled eggs and toppings galore, this is the one place to be for ramen and ramen.

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