[CLOSED] Togi Korean Restaurant (Chinatown)

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11 Mosque Street
Singapore 059491

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Soft & juicy but too bland though
Jjajang Myeon ($12) Black noodle always a comfort stable
Beef Army Stew ($38) Pleasing to the eyes & satisfying to the palate
Banana Makkoli (was $20 now $15) added that extra kick to our yummy meal


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Korean fried chicken, that is really quite similar to chicken popcorn bites. The star instead, is the bubbling army stew in the background. Surprisingly, the squidball inside has none of that starchy blandness of typical factory-made squid/meatballs. It's flavourful and springy (made in-house?). Couple that with ramen noodles, melty rice cake slices, a gochujang-kimchi soup base that gets more intensely flavoured/saltier(:P) the more you stew it - the spoons just kept going.
Definitely one of the better, if not, the best army stew soup I have had

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Seafood pancake thickest I tried :/ mostly flour and barely seafood or chives. It was supposed to be a starred dish

Ordered kimchi seafood tofu soup, fried pork dumplings and seafood pancake .

Their fried pork dumplings had micro bits of pork in it and mostly noodles in it. We asked the waiter - "isn't it suppose to be pork dumplings". At first he said no it's actually Fried dumplings and does not contain pork in it. We thought we were mistaken - however after looking at the menu, he came back to us with an excuse that actually there is some pork in it "minced pork". We felt cheated.

Even the seafood pancake was so thick! It was thicker than 2 of the seafood pancakes I ate in the past Combined!!!!

Very disappointing :((

This dish was simply shiok and filling. Besides chunky chicken thigh pieces, there were also rice cakes and potatoes. The tomato soup-like gravy was sweet and the spiciness kicked in later and I couldn't stop dousing the gravy onto my rice.

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Ordered the version with instant noodle. Certainly comes with a variety of ingredients. Costs 38 dollars which is a bit pricey to me for a 2 person share. Decent taste though. 3/5 rating.