Tok-Tok

December 29, 2018

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Mr Good Says:

I visited Tok Tok for weekday lunch with a friend because her Indonesian colleague highly raved about the soup noodles. When a local tells you (technically he told my friend) this is legit Indonesian food, you definitely must try right? Seeing that they are running full house on a weekday, I reckon that we are on the right track.

 

The thing is neither of us ordered the recommended soup noodles. I ordered Ayam Penyet (because I adore this Indonesian dish) plus a corn fritter while my friend ordered her usual Mie Ayam Jamur. Unfortunately, Tok Tok's Ayam Penyet is average and the corn fritter is forgettable. The chicken is not bad but I have certainly tasted better ones. My friend was happy with her Chicken and Mushroom Dry Noodles though. I had a taste of the soup that came with her noodles and it was good. So, the moral of the story is "listen carefully to the recommendation"; when your friend says the soup noodle is authentic, you go for that and nothing else!

Anyway, when I was there, I whipped out my light and camera phone to take food photos out of habit (occupational hazard), which attracted the manager's attention, resulting in us having a complimentary Siomay Bandung.

Soimay Bandung

It was the first time the both of us tried Soimay Bandung, an Indonesian snack consisting of Soimay (steamed fish cake), hard boiled egg, tofu and cabbage in sweet peanut sambal sauce. The sauce tasted like a cross between satay sauce and tahu telur sauce. Pretty nice for sharing and I will probably order it next time.

 

Food Photos

See photos of food that My Food Story has tasted. Recommended food are marked with ().
Ayam Penyet (S$8.80 Nett)
Average dish.
Ayam Penyet (S$8.80 Nett)
Comes with rice and soup.
Mie Ayam Jamur, chicken & mushroom noodle (S$8 Nett)
My friend always order this when visiting Tok Tok! Worth a try but slightly pricey.
Siomay Bandung, mixed steamed fish dumpling with homemade peanut sauce (S$8 Nett)
The sauce tastes like a cross between satay sauce and tahu telur sauce. Pretty nice for sharing!
Bakwan Jagung, corn fritters (S$1 Nett)
Looks better than it taste. Not served hot. Also too oily for my liking.

Outlets

Tok-Tok @313 Somerset

313 Orchard Road, 313@Somerset #B3-10, S238895
Map     Directions     +65 6634 1501     Website     WhatsApp Share
MRT Stations (within 800 metres)

Somerset, Orchard, Dhoby Ghaut

Opening Hours

Lunch: 11am to 4.59pm
Dinner: 5pm to 10.30pm (LO 9.30pm)

Value Added Service(s)

Halal Certified

Payment Terms

Nett Prices (Cash/Nets/Credit Card)



Shop/Food Review

Mr Good Says:

I visited Tok Tok for weekday lunch with a friend because her Indonesian colleague highly raved about the soup noodles. When a local tells you (technically he told my friend) this is legit Indonesian food, you definitely must try right? Seeing that they are running full house on a weekday, I reckon that we are on the right track.

The thing is neither of us ordered the recommended soup noodles. I ordered Ayam Penyet (because I adore this Indonesian dish) plus a corn fritter while my friend ordered her usual Mie Ayam Jamur. Unfortunately, Tok Tok's Ayam Penyet is average and the corn fritter is forgettable. The chicken is not bad but I have certainly tasted better ones. My friend was happy with her Chicken and Mushroom Dry Noodles though. I had a taste of the soup that came with her noodles and it was good. So, the moral of the story is "listen carefully to the recommendation"; when your friend says the soup noodle is authentic, you go for that and nothing else!

Anyway, when I was there, I whipped out my light and camera phone to take food photos out of habit (occupational hazard), which attracted the manager's attention, resulting in us having a complimentary Siomay Bandung.

Soimay Bandung

It was the first time the both of us tried Soimay Bandung, an Indonesian snack consisting of Soimay (steamed fish cake), hard boiled egg, tofu and cabbage in sweet peanut sambal sauce. The sauce tasted like a cross between satay sauce and tahu telur sauce. Pretty nice for sharing and I will probably order it next time.


Food Photos

See photos of food that My Food Story has tasted. Recommended food are marked with ().
Ayam Penyet (S$8.80 Nett)
Average dish.
Ayam Penyet (S$8.80 Nett)
Comes with rice and soup.
Mie Ayam Jamur, chicken & mushroom noodle (S$8 Nett)
My friend always order this when visiting Tok Tok! Worth a try but slightly pricey.
Siomay Bandung, mixed steamed fish dumpling with homemade peanut sauce (S$8 Nett)
The sauce tastes like a cross between satay sauce and tahu telur sauce. Pretty nice for sharing!
Bakwan Jagung, corn fritters (S$1 Nett)
Looks better than it taste. Not served hot. Also too oily for my liking.

Outlets

Tok-Tok @313 Somerset

313 Orchard Road, 313@Somerset #B3-10, S238895
Map     Directions     +65 6634 1501     Website
MRT Stations (within 800 metres)

Somerset, Orchard, Dhoby Ghaut

Opening Hours

Lunch: 11am to 4.59pm
Dinner: 5pm to 10.30pm (LO 9.30pm)

Value Added Service(s)

Halal Certified

Payment Terms

Nett Prices (Cash/Nets/Credit Card)



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