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313 Orchard Road
#B3-10 [email protected]
Singapore 238895

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Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Oxtail soup! Yummy, but portion was kinda small. Served with rice.

Turmeric rice, galangal fried chicken, tempeh, beehoon (as a side?), keropok and an egg. Disappointingly, for a restaurant that claims to serve authentic Indonesian food, this had nothing to like. Half-hearted.

The most authentic soto (Indonesian soup) place in Singapore! Even the utensils are Indo-style - see that old school enamel plate, serving white rice with bawang goreng!

Ordered soto betawi (beef soup with coconut milk), the soup is thick with sweet yet savoury flavour. Added some drops of kecap manis and fresh lime from the condiments bar to add another layer of flavour. The soto portion is quite small, so best to add-on Bakwan Jagung ($1.60) or Bala-Bala ($1.60) as a side dish!

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Had the soto betawi, Nasi Bali and siomay.
Nasi Bali was good! The little portions of dishes had more flavours and spice VS my soto betawi. Siomay recipe definitely had more flour than fish meat, even the peanut sauce couldn't mask it.
If you're craving for Indo flavours then this will do, but if you want legit, in-your-face flavours... This is not the spot. Decor wise it's cute though! Casual joint, inexpensive for town standards and run by real Indonesians too.

The platter consists Balinese style beef rendang, sambal shredded chicken, sliced beef tossed with sambal, sweet and spicy fried tempeh, Balinese stir fried long bean and beef skewers with basted homemade sambal. My favourite is the beef skewers with chunky beef cubes and the sliced beef. Though the latter were almost like beef jerky, they were moreish to chew on. On the other hand, the chicken and beef rendang were much drier than they should be.
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Find out more https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2018/12/tok-tok-indonesian-soup-house-ann-siang.htm
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Tok Tok Indonesian Soup House
18 Ann Siang Road
#01-01
Singapore 069698
Nearest MRT: Chinatown (NE Line), Telok Ayer (DT Line), Tanjong Pagar (EW Line)

Opening Hours:
Daily: 11am - 10pm

Authentic and inexpensive, this homely find has a star dish known as the Nasi Tumpeng ($179 for 10pax, available for takeaways only) – a massive sharing platter which consists of Indonesian fragrance turmeric rice served with traditional galangal fried chicken, fried vermicelli, slice omelette, fried potato cake, sweet and spicy fried tempe, garlic crackers & home-made sambal.

For general dining, a surefire entrée is the Ayam Bakar ($8.80) - perfectly grilled chicken that remains smoky and tender throughout, paired with chili & homemade BBQ sauce for taste. Another recommended dish is the Nasi Campur Bali ($9.90) – with Balinese Style beef rendang, sambal shredded chicken, sliced beef tossed with sambal, sweet and spicy fried tempeh, Balinese stir fry long bean and beef skewers with basted homemade Sambal.
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Other Signature Dishes:
Sop Buntut / Oxtail Soup ($9.50)
Soto Betawi / Jakarta Beef Soup ($9.50)
Soto Madura / Madura Beef Soup ($8.80)
Siomay Bandung / Fish Dumplings ($8)
Es Cendol ($3.80)
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