Toa Payoh

Toa Payoh

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PJ Lee
PJ Lee

$16 for 6 pieces of mid joint wings is ridiculous. Serving is small and nothing outstanding about it. Just stick to their pizzas and dough balls.

Came to know about this place when exploring Burpple's list of newly opened restaurants. Waited for about 30mins to be seated on a Saturday evening. Maybe they were new and still having teething problems, they seemed to be having difficulties managing the crowd. Waiting time for food was also a little too long, I felt it was not an acceptable waiting time for a restaurant. For example, my steamed otah took 1 hour to be served. When they finally served my husband his claypot porridge, the porridge was cold. They offered to bring it back to the kitchen to heat it up. During the time I was there, I noticed a few tables asking why the food was taking so long and tables sending back their food to the kitchen. Will give credit to their staff for having a humble attitude. They were always apologetic when customers gave feedback. In conclusion, I didn't think it was worth 30mins waiting for a table but I would give it another chance if they improved. I truly enjoyed the steamed otah and sesame fried chicken!

I enjoyed the drunken chicken truffle noodle the first time I was here so I thought I'd try something different on my second visit.

The laksa was really oily as you can see quite clearly from the photo. The layer of oil on top was really thick. The noodles they used tasted like those sold in the supermarket, didn't taste very fresh.

I would come back again to eat the drunken chicken truffle noodle but I would not order the laksa again.

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The Indonesian Bakar Chicken was surprisingly good and inexpensive. The combo set comes with achar and curry vegetables. You can also order Japanese food and beer at this bar cafe/restaurant.


A good serving of fried chicken, salad and seaweed rice for $12.90. Try the honey soy or spicy flavor!


Ordered a vanilla flavored ice cream for my affogato. Ice cream was okay, but the coffee was a bit on the sour side. Not my kinda coffee.


Smaller portion for $4, larger portion for $5. Ordered the dry beef ball noodle and found the serving to be generous. I've got 10 beef balls in my bowl! The soup broth was savory and rich. BURP!


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