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Togi Korean Restaurant

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Togi Korean Restaurant is located at Mosque Street and serves Korean food.

Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 62210830
$22 based on 79 submissions
Dinner (31 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (26 votes), Lunch (23 votes)
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Probably the best 한식 in Singapore

Love that place. Everything is so authentic there: service is fast and good (just as it should be in Korean restaurant), food is excellent, and there is an atmosphere of that small family restaurant... After leaving Korea where I spent 1,5 year I tried to find the right place to get real Korean food with Korean service. Togi is the best outside of South Korea.

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• 26 Mar 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Probably the best 한식 in Singapore

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Love that place. Everything is so authentic there: service is fast and good (just as it should be in Korean restaurant), food is excellent, and there is an atmosphere of that small family restaurant... After leaving Korea where I spent 1,5 year I tried to find the right place to get real Korean food with Korean service. Togi is the best outside of South Korea.
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• 16 Aug 2014 • 11 reviews • 0 follower

korean food that I wouldn't miss

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came for lunch but I feel it's an overrated place. The food is expensive and the banchans (side dishes) are ones that I will never come back for. service was so so... not the slightest of smiles was offered. we ordered seafood tofu soup and the beef with glass noodles. Both were alright but probably because we were famished. They took more than 30min to serve but the place wasn't even busy. I would spend my money elsewhere for a much better meal.
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• 03 Aug 2014 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

Branch:Triple One. Afforidable, comfortable and nice

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This is our first visit to Togi and we love how spacious and clean the place is! It is definitely affordable and being rookie at eating korean food, this place really got us sold.! Check out our experience here: http://geekyfoodies.blogspot.sg/
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