about 5 minutes walk from Chinatown MRT.
Ok I'm not an expert in Korean food, so bear with me.
Togi is a small restaurant at Mosque Street at Chinatown. It looks like a family restaurant style, has about 8-9 tables. Decor is simple, with a few photos of Korean celebrity with the owner. There were a few tables of Korean customers too, so... you all guess whether it means anything or not.
Ordered the Dol Sot Bibimbab (~$10) which you can choose beef, chicken or pork. They are quite generous on the ingredients which includes mushroom and eggs. Mixed with Korean chilli sauce, you have the most colourful mixture.
Then we had the ginseng chicken soup. You can see the whole stick of ginseng there, and the chicken has rice stuffed inside the body. Somehow the taste of ginseng isn't that thick, maybe they didn't boil the soup for long enough for the taste to come out.
The rice cake dumpling ramen is.. ok. The dumplings are made with fresh ingredients, although I think the ramen taste like instant noodles. The rice cake is special though.
Oh, they provide 6 refillable appetizers including kimchi, potato, anchovies...
Maybe it's worth checking out.
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