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Tokidon

562 Wishlisted
~$20/pax
Located in the Central Business District of Singapore, Tokidon seeks to bring you hearty rice bowls with a huge helping of deliciousness! Note: Please check with the restaurant or their Instagram page (www.instagram.com/tokidonsg) before visiting for information or announcements regarding regular events.

16 Raffles Quay
#B1-33 Hong Leong Building
Singapore 048581

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
Closed

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Used the 1-for-1 promotion at Tokidon. It’s a small restaurant with a selected menu. Being the truffle whore I am, I dived straight into the Truffle Tender Don. I was definitely impressed by the aroma wafting in the air, tempting me to take a bite before I was done with the photos. One of my biggest concerns with rice bowl is the surplus of sauce which I feel ruins the overall flavor of the dish, but there wasn’t such an issue here. The only complaint I have is that the beef was slightly dry. It was still tender, just not juicy enough!

Got the GyuDon 2.0 and had high expectations for it!! But boOoo the meat was quite tough, and had this distinct charred taste which I don't particularly like. While there were quite a lot of condiments (some bread crumbs lookalike on the rice) scattered over the dish, the rice bowl still felt kinda bland 😰

$16.9. This was not bad also! The meat was less tender but seems like they gave more haha. But also this time i realized their dinner menu is different from their lunch menu haha

$16.9. Tried this cause beforehand i’ve been only getting the beef but this is not bad too! Quite tender, just a bit charred haha but also comes w the egg which was nice.

Tried tokidon once long ago and it was cheaper and better - now it is really overpriced for the small, thin portions of beef given. The beef was thin and also rather chewy, and the portion size was small for the price of the bowl. Service was pretty lacklustre too, even though it is a rather casual joint in raffles place. Even with 1-for-1 on burpple beyond, I wouldn’t come back again.

Tucked away in the basement of Hong Leong Building, this donburi joint is ideal for quick after-work dinners with your colleagues. The Gyu Don 2.0 ($20.90) features succulent, medium rare USDA Prime Roast Beef with served with garlic chips and savoury kombu butter for extra oomph. Otherwise, the Salmon Cha Soba ($22.90), featuring teriyaki-glazed salmon topped with a wobbly onsen egg and ikura is a great alternative.
Photo by Burppler Dex Neo

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