Togi Korean Restaurant
- Address11 Mosque Street, Singapore 059491
- Phone(65) 6221 0830 or (65) 6324 9790
- Opening hoursMon - Sat: 12:00 – 14:00, 18:00 – 21:00
Togi Korean restaurant on Mosque Street is a small eatery operated by a Korean family and serving a traditional Korean menu at reasonable prices. This restaurant is one of the oldest Korean restaurants in town.
Serving outstanding soondubuchigae: Looking for an excellent bowl of soondubuchigae (bean curd stew) in town? Nothing beats the soondubuchigae craving like a big bowl of Togi’s soondubuchigae, which wins diners’ hearts with generous amount of seafood in flavorful soup. It is just a bit spicy. So just make a request, if you prefer a stronger level of spiciness.
Generous portion which is enough for sharing: Good news for both big eaters and diners coming in group.
Togi offers six banchan which normally are kimchi, spicy potato, anchovies, green vegetable, pickled cucumber and fishcake. These side dishes are complimentary and refillable.
– Seafood pancake
– Grilled pork belly
– Kimchi jjigae
– Ginseng chicken soup
– Dok bugi
The little Togi restaurant is always packed by Korean food lovers. Its cramped space inside and a long queue outside may put you in a hurry mood. However, the food quality will compensate this. In its bright and simple decorated dining room, Kpop music will add a touch of Korean to your meal.
Average Price/pax: S$20
Note: There is no reservation at Togi restaurant. So you either come early (around 18:00) before a queue forms or come at your preferred time then write down your name, group size, and contact on the waiting list in front of the restaurant and spend your time somewhere else for a while.The 5 Best Korean Restaurants in Singapore