The Place I was craving for Korean BBQ one fine day and decided to check out Togi Korean Restaurant upon some friends’ recommendations. Located in the heart of Chinatown, Mosque Street seems to be the undisputed steamboat or BBQ headquarters in Singapore. The crowd at Togi on a Saturday night is insane as it was fully packed and I had to queue for about 15 minutes. Togi is run by Koreans and I will say that the restaurant serves pretty authentic Korean cuisine. Do note that no reservations are taken at Togi, therefore it will be ideal to arrive well ahead of peak hours, especially during weekends.
The Food As per usual Korean cuisine, there is a fair share of Korean BBQ food items as well as Korean steamboat on the menu. We were craving for Korean BBQ and hence decided to go with the Rib-eye Beef ($27). The portion is kinda sufficient for 2 people and we were very pleased with the quality and the way the beef has turned out medium-rare per our liking.
I must specially commend the service staff at Togi who was very attentive and took the initiative to help us with the BBQ of the beef. The butter was first spread over the hot pan before the beef is cooked.
Other than the succulent beef, we also ordered the Kimchi Pancake ($6) which turned out to be very good.
The Korean styled Fried Rice ($12.50) we had was very tasty also, yet not too oily to the extent of making you feel greasy.
Rants No major complaints from the TheRantingPanda other than the inconvenient fact that Togi does not accept reservations and the seating capacity here is limited.
Will I return again? With the high quality standard and authenticity of the Korean cuisine served at Togi, it will definitely be at the top of my list if I am ever craving for Korean food again.
Taste bud: 4/5
Hole in the pocket: 3.5/5
Togi Korean Restaurant
11 Mosque Street, Singapore
Tel: +65 6221 0830