To say that we’re fatigued by Keisuke-san’s relentless restaurant expansion is an understatement. The Tokyo-based chef opens new eateries here as often as an Ah Pek cracks open peanuts during a beer-drinking session. And after the roaring success of his inspired lobster ramen and teppanyaki hamburg steak concepts, we think he’s kinda lost his mojo with his more recent ventures — the ho-hum duck ramen and champon outlets have left us feeling somewhat jaded. But with Beef Sukiyaki Don Keisuke, his 15th restaurant in Singapore, slated to open officially on September 24, we think the man has found his groove again.

Initially, we had expected a glorified Yoshinoya-style beef rice bowl joint, the kind you find near train stations in Japan, but given the rustic-chic Keisuke spin.

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