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Top Must Try Dishes
crabs32 votes
Sushi15 votes
Alaskan King crab14 votes
sashimi11 votes
Dessert9 votes
oysters8 votes
BBQed beef ribs6 votes
strawberry6 votes
roast beef juicy pork belly4 votes
scallops4 votes
grilled pork belly3 votes

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Buffet54 votes
Large Groups/Gathering41 votes
Children/Family39 votes
Dinner39 votes
Vibrant/Noisy31 votes
Lunch25 votes
After Work22 votes
Boys Night Out16 votes
Business Dining11 votes
Girls Night Out11 votes
Corporate Events10 votes
Birthdays8 votes
Chillout6 votes
Large Groups6 votes
Hidden Find5 votes
Wheelchair Friendly5 votes
Anniversary3 votes
High Tea3 votes
Live Band3 votes
Night Out3 votes
People Watching3 votes
Private Dining3 votes
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 • 06 May 2014 1 review 0 follower
Variety of Food - Good. Alaska Crab is wonderful, sashimi is good too
Service is below average. Waitress are expressionless & slow in clearing the plates.

Surprisingly, only kids of height 130cm & below will be charge at kid pricing.. A 9 year only kid would mostly be above 130cm already & would have to pay the adult price, which is really hefty for a kid. Todai's reply to my query on this was -

TODAI has been practicing the policy since its establishment in 1985.
The management feels that it would be fair to judge by height instead of the age as the taller kids will consume more foods in general.
Thank you.

Still, am not convince. Policy since 1985! Shldnt Todai do some research & see if their research justify their 1985 policy?? If most hotels can use age as a guideline on charging kids buffet, I do not see how Todai's rationale of charging based on height stands............. Perhaps, Todai is not a family oriented restaurant
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 • 05 May 2014 1 review 0 follower
First time patronizing Todai in late April 2014, since it is at MBS I expected better ambience. I have the same reviews as most of the reviewers here, the food was really average, portions were tiny. Not to mention the tables were situated very closely to each other, there was no space to walk and not enough space for my plates. My friend tried calling for a waitress to clear our plates but she walked by twice without noticing us.

In the end we had no choice but to put our used plates on the table next to us and when the same staff saw she immediately looked annoyed. We saw 2 other waitresses carrying up to 6 to 8 plates of used plates at one time coming from the very end of the restaurant but no one was attending to our area at that time.

The only other waitress I saw around was the one we called for twice but she did not see us. At this point it was getting very frustrating because our plates (and the other customers near us) were piling up and all she did was stand at the counter. (In front of a room labelled Chicago if I don't remember wrongly). Also her expression was completely irritated as if she didn't want to be there at all. Just to highlight in case any of the managers see this, I presume she is not a Singaporean, most probably a Filipino. She had the same uniform as both of the other waitresses (black shirt, red apron) but only the other 2 waitresses were busy clearing plates, yet they still could smile at customers.

This particular waitress had no initiative at all I even felt bad when I called over 1 of the other 2 waitresses to help with my used plates.

Please improve the service of your staff, especially the (presumed) Filipino waitress. The staff in pants, a vest and tie did not seem to care that she was not helping in clearing plates at all, I presume that they are of a higher position than the waiting staff in black shirt and red apron. 

Also, it is upsetting to see such a sour/annoyed expression by a waitress when my friend and I were trying to have a enjoyable night. 
Clearly, I am not the only one that is disappointed with the service. (photos attached)
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Must tries: Alaskan King crab

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 • 05 May 2014 1 review 0 follower
I went there last week and really enjoyed the new menu. I have been to TODAI a few times and was quite familiar with the spread they usually have, but when I went there last week, almost everything had been changed. The crab festival was back so I got my fix of King Crab. They had snow crab, red crab and golden crab too. 

The Carpaccio, beef steak and the whole salmon steak were some of the new favourite dishes for me, but I know my friend enjoyed the new Korean dishes and some of the new rolls as well.

Even if you've been to TODAI before (like I have), you should go again to check out their new menu.
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Must tries: crabs, Alaskan King crab

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Dear LorenzoF,

We appreciate your continuous support for TODAI.

We are delighted to know you enjoyed yourself with the crab festival, Carpaccio, beef steak and whole salmon steak. Do visit us again soon.

Anyway, thank you for recommending us!

Best Regards,
The Management

07 May 2014