Food – Indonesian


Tok Tok Indonesian Soup House – Soto Betawi, Mie Ayam Jamur, Roti Bakar In The Heart Of Orchard

Funny that a new Indonesian restaurant opens in the heart of town, but nobody is really toking about it (Sorry pun intended.) I found only one review on Burpple so far, and well, it had to be mine. Tok Tok Indonesian Soup House at 313 @ Somerset is supposedly the 1st Indonesian Restaurant in Singapore that focuses on Indonesian soups and street snacks. Through combining their soups with the “Warung” (Indonesian street eatery) concept and iconic logo of “Kentongan”, they hope to present authentic tastes of Indonesia. Honestly, it is true that some foodies (myself inclusive) are more prone......

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Simply said, this is Indonesia’s answer to KFC. While Ayam Penyet (Flattened Fried Chicken) hasn’t exactly taken Singapore by stomp, it has increasingly gained its following over the last two years. The word “Waroeng” means a traditional hut in Indonesia that serve reasonably priced food, while “Penyet” means flattened. ...

June 14, 2013
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