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Togi BBQ & Salad Bar

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Known for serving authentic Korean food in Singapore, Togi now opens in TripleOne Somerset, serving BBQ, Salad bar and steamboat.

Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 67377397
$29 based on 13 submissions
Eleanor Ee

Nice BBQ meat

The BBQ meat is very good. Tried the beef ribs and pork collar and both were very tender and tasty. Very disappointed with the non spicy army stew. Over priced for the stew and extremely salty. Had to ask them to top up twice with hot water. The seafood pancake was good too. Very crispy and light.

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06 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Nice BBQ meat

The BBQ meat is very good. Tried the beef ribs and pork collar and both were very tender and tasty. Very disappointed with the non spicy army stew. Over priced for the stew and extremely salty. Had to ask them to top up twice with hot water. The seafood pancake was good too. Very crispy and light.
14 Nov 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Overall a good place for Korean cuisine

Located at Level 2 of TripleOne Somerset, the restaurant was relatively empty when we went in around 5 plus for early dinner on a Saturday. But not to worry, the food was overall great and authentic, with a nice atmosphere and friendly customer service :)

Among the four of us, we ordered:
- Budae Jjigae (Army Stew with ramen, ham and sausage)
- Spicy tteokbokki (rice cake)
- Haemul Pajeon (seafood pancake)

The food also comes with refillable banchan, and a one-time serving of mini porridge.

For a full review, please visit my blog at: http://sgfoodtravel13.blogspot.sg/2014/11/togi-korean-restaurant-tripleone.html


19 Apr 2014 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

6/10 korean food

you don't do the BBQ yourself so it kinda of lose the appeal of eating korean BBQ. don't order the seafood pancake. jenejejejeueucygkuthfcjygcgycchfkcfyyfcfucyjfcjfcjujfcuficfyicyfjfyjcfiyfyicricryicyffyicfcyfccfyyifcyficfycyifcfycyiyfcjyfcyicfycytcyifciyfcicfycyficfyicyficyficifccyifcitycitycfyicitycitucfkcugkctcyfciyfcfhcfhchgchfkfhgcghkcghkcgucgucukgcgufugcguocoguoucgucugckugckuggicugicgciugcukgckgutufuukgcigucguicugiuigcgukcukgcfucukfcukgckfucukgcfukcyfkkhfcufcufkckugckugckugcugcyktcfhkjcfyjc crust meow so thick and glory. tofu seafood soup is ok.
16 Apr 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

A must try korean restraunt

have a dinner with my family last Monday , I ordered a army stew which is very famous and must try ! It's very delicious compare to others restraunt and the kimchi soup pork is very awesome! Additional one japchae beef. The beef was minces and the noodle is well cook . Its located at the pub building 111 Somerset definety will come back for more


08 Apr 2014 • 27 reviews • 0 follower

Good Korean Food with a Twist

For full review, please visit my blog The Engineer Chef:
http://theengineerchef.blogspot.sg/2013/11/togi-charcoal-bbq-salad-bar.html


Togi has been on my list of Korean restaurant at Orchard to try, so we went ahead. We were there at around 6pm on a Sunday, and there are still few tables available without reservation. But to be safe, do place a reservation prior to coming in. I personally like the ambient of the restaurant. White themed with high ceiling, and some green leaves decorations at the ceiling.    We were pretty hungry and completely forgotten about the banchan, so we ordered the Kimchi Jeon ($12), Sundubu Jjigae ($12), and Japchae ($15) for the two of us. The Korean rice tea options were either hot or cold, free flow at $1 per person.

We were slightly disappointed when presented with the banchan. There were seven varieties: mushrooms, kimchi, edamame, mashed potato, fishcake, anchovies, porridge. We have never seen South East Asian fishcake and edamame being served as banchan in a Korean restaurant. The banchan were quite tasty, but not mindblowing. Only if there were more varieties.

I really like the Japchae, although it was slightly too oily, and the beef is minced instead of sliced. The look might not be too appealing, but the rule of not judging the book by its cover applies this time.

I was slightly disappointed by the look of the Sundubu Jjigae when it was served. The broth was not smooth but instead had lots of coagulation. However, it tasted surprisingly good. The salt, sweet, and heat combination were perfect although I would prefer more heat. And of course and oozing egg on top instead of buried in a pool of tofu and scallions.

We were too full to finish the pajeon, but I would say that the Kimchi Jeon is one of the better pajeon that I have ever tasted. The outside is perfectly crisp, and the inside is soft but not too doughey like other pajeon. Beware, if you are not a hardcore kimchi lover, go for the seafood option, Haemul Pajeon. 

Dining at Togi was a very pleasant experience. Although the food did not blow my mind, the service was perfect. Our waiter is a very friendly lady who has a died hair and bangs. She smiled all the time and was very passionate. Also, we never once had to worry about our tea being refilled. The older man in charge of tea refilling always came to our table to fill up our tea. I would definitely return to try the stew for sharing.