Thursday, 16 January 2014

It's not Ramen...

I decided to have my dinner at the 5th Keisuke Japanese restaurant a few weeks back. And apparently it's not a Ramen restaurant but a Japanese restaurant selling...

'OO Set Meals'
The restaurant is famous for 'OO Set Meals'.
But before I move on introducing 'OO',
let's start with the side dishes first.

The set meals come with unlimited free flow of Rice.
(This is the most important part. I'm always coming
across the problem of finishing a bowl of rice with
a large portion of side dishes left behind. And it's
kinda disturbing when I have to pay for an extra bowl of rice.)

However, they didn't provide Japanese pickles over here.
But, they do have the spicy bean sprouts and cabbages
that works pretty good for pickles too. Although the
taste of it are pretty good, but it's not spicy enough for me.
(But nevertheless, free pickles is a very big (+).) So what's 'OO'?

'OO' would be 'Gyoza'.
The speciality of this branch isn't 'Ramen' but 'Gyoza'.
However, the 3 different types of 'Gyoza' over here are
related to the 'Ramen'.

The 3 different types are:
'Keisuke Tonkotsu King Gyoza (Pork)'
'Keisuke Tori King Gyoza (Pork + Chicken)'
'Keisuke Gyoza (Pork + Prawn)'

Basically they are using 'Gyoza' to present the
specialities of 3 other 'Keisuke' branches.
I ended up choosing the 3rd type, which is a mixture of
Prawn and Pork meat. For a start, there's the crunchy
fillings, the nice fragrance of prawns and the relatively
thin skin that wraps all the the fillings nicely together,
which makes it pretty delicious and good.

Each set meal will come with 2 different side dishes. You
will be given 8 different choices, which include meaty and
vegetables dishes too. I ended up choosing the 'Deep Fried
Chicken with spicy sauce and mixed sesame' and 'Chicken
Nanban with Tartar sauce'. Though the taste is relatively
good, but the small portion is kinda disappointing.

The above shows the order sheet of the restaurant.

This is the appearance of the restaurant 'Keisuke Gyoza King'.
It's located on level 1 of 'Orchid Hotel'.

Opening Hours:
  • Lunch: 11:30 - 14:30
    Dinner: 18:00 - 22:30

* Click here for the Facebook page of 'Keisuke Gyoza King'.
^ Click here to find out more about 'Keisuke Gyoza King'. (Japanese website)

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