Togi 71 Korean Restaurant Singapore @ Mosque Street
Togi 71 Korean Restaurant
11 Mosque Street Singapore 059491
Opening Hours: 1200 – 1400, 1800 – 2100 (Closed Sundays)
Nearest MRT Station: Chinatown
Togi 71 Korean Restaurant is an established Korean Restaurant owned and run by an owner from Korea, located in the heritage shop houses along Chinatown, serving food since 2008
Headed over for dinner at the restaurant. To my surprise, it didn’t have really fanciful interior designs like other Korean restaurants, just a simply and humble store that emphasized on serving good and authentic food to its customers.
The restaurant had their seats quickly filled once the doors opened, and soon, we were surrounded in a vibrant atmosphere full of chit-chatting and laughter.
Here’s the menu for Togi 71 – and if you’ve noticed closely, they actually have the symbol of Korea in the name of their restaurant! Togi 71 serves a wide range of authentic Korean meals – from rice, noodles, soup and stew, to grilled/stir-fried BBQ, pancake and beverages.
Korean Iced Tea that’s chargeable at $1.
Side dishes that came to us quickly, with a platter of fresh vegetables, sauces (inclusive of a special chilli paste with garlic) and hot soups that are slightly sweet and salty.
Their sides included two saucers of vegetables, ikan billis, mashed potato salad and potato, along with the delectable kimchi.
You don’t have to wait for the rice to be served – the side dishes are yummy just by itself!
Chicken/pork/beef over steamed rice in a hot stone bowl, with an assortment of vegetables, mushroom, egg and meat. Recommended by the chef!
Even though we went for dinner during the peak hours, the staff was still very attentive and actually took the time to mix the bibimbap right in front of you for an interesting customer experience.
Now, you’re ready to wrap the mixed Korean rice into the crisp vegetables and consume it while it’s hot!
Kimchi Jeon $6/12 (small/large)
Kimchi seafood pancake, decorated with sliced cucumbers and tomatoes. It’s tasty, but slightly oily, so remember to drink the Korean iced tea to ‘neutralize’ the oily feeling !
BBQ Pork Belly with big, generous chunks of fried onions, lettuce and crunchy strips of mushrooms blended in with the pork belly slices. You just got to try this because they are the most delicious and tender in my own opinion! It’s especially delicious when consumed together with the onions and crunchy mushrooms.
Not forgetting wrapping it with lettuce again and dipped in the special chilli paste!
We realized its already near closing time! Time to go home!
For reservations, dial up +65 6221 0830. Hope you have enjoyed our review of this restaurant is is one of the very popular authentic Korean Restaurants in Singapore. Enjoy your weekend ahead!
For more reviews on popular Korean Restaurants in Singapore, do remember to check out our Korean Restaurants Singapore main page regularly!
Korean Restaurants Singapore Food Blogger (Cheow Yi)
Click Share using below social media button if You Like this…comments