Tokyo Sundubu (Raffles City)

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Ultimate spicy & healthy tofu hotpot

252 North Bridge Road
#B1-16 Raffles City
Singapore 179103

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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$16 before svc charge gst, comes with rice and some small side dishes. Tofu is very silky and goes well with the stew. Ordered level 3 spiciness (out of 4) and they called it ‘Singaporean standard’ (level 2 is ‘Japanese standard) but it felt like a normal budae jiggae spiciness level to me

This Basic + 3 kinds of mushroom Sundubu was delightful; exactly the kind of hot soupy goodness that acts as comfort food on a cold night. I opted for the Japanese spiciness (Level 2), which was just nice for me because I didn’t want an overly spicy meal. My tolerance for spiciness is quite low!

The soup went very well with the rice, as well as the tofu. Will try the pork gyoza version the next time! Just to note, it’s slightly on the pricey side and the portion is just nice for one person (maybe too little for a big eater though), but still worth another visit :-)

Beef and veg sundubu ($19++)

Can choose the base and level of spiciness. Picked level 2 and miso base. The mix was just nice for me. Liked the combination of beef shabu slices with veg like cabbage and corn. Overall not cheap but taste wise one of the best korean tofu soup around!

Got the Mushroom Sundubu, and it came with 2 clams and a tiny prawn. Chose the Salt & Ginger soup base (which had no discernible ginger taste at all), and the Japan standard spiciness. Was a tasty meal, but pricey for the portion sizes. The bowl of rice that came with the stew was half a bowl at best.


On rainy days don't you just crave for a stew served in hot stone pot? The extensive menu at Tokyo Sundubu offers a wide variety of sundubus from seafood, meat to vegetable.

Sundubu is a delicious and nutritious tofu stew, so soft and silky that you can literally slurp up. Choose your flavour on top of the basic stew that already has vegetables, clams, chicken in it. I had the 5 vegetables which are sweet corn, bamboo shoots, lotus roots, cabbage and okra, that enhanced the sweetness of the soup. The bright red colour of the stew, due to the capsaicin from the red pepper seasoning of the soup base, looked intimidating but it definitely was appetizing as it bubbles so vigorous when served. Also it's topped with a raw egg. Capsaicin is actually nutritious as it enhances metabolism.

Get to customize the soup base in the way you want it; Japanese miso, non-spicy or salt and ginger, which was the one I had, but I couldn't really taste any ginger flavour, as the seasoning of the soup itself was too strong. You could also choose the level of spiciness, I had the singapore standard at level 3 out of 4, but still rather manageable for someone who doesn't really take spiciness that well. There's also instructions to teach you how to eat it in the correct way with the namuru (side vegetable dish)!


This is one comfort food that I’ll never get sick of 😉
Stirring in the egg & blending the healthy sundubu with the tasty salt & ginger soup base. This time round I ordered the Chicken Sundubu ($14) at level 2 spiciness. The Dak Galbi ($12) was yummy too 👍🏻 #burpple

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