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Tok Tok Indonesian Soup House Serves Amazing Authentic Indonesian Cuisine

It all started with a deep crave of a delicious Indonesian soup that lead to the opening of the first casual dining Indonesian soup house in Singapore. The name “Tok Tok” was inspired by the sound “tok…tok…” made  by street vendors in Indonesia. This Indonesian halal restaurant Singapore doesn’t stop serving the best authentic food to customers. 

Menu

Just like its name, Tok Tok “Indonesian Soup House” offers many local Indonesian food with soup as their expertise. Among the favourite soup in this restaurant include Sop Buntut (S$9.50), Soto Betawi (S$9.50, Soto Madura (S$8.80), and Soto Ayam (S$8.80). For you vegetarian, the restaurant also provide vegetables like Sayur Asem (S$6.0) and all their menu include rice. 

Sayur asem tok tok
Source: Tok Tok

Other than soup, there are other options such as noodle, rice set, dessert, and even street snacks. You can give various delicious noodle a try like Soto Mie, Mie Ayam Jamu (chicken and mushroom noddle), Mie Ayam (chicken noodle) and Mie Bakso (meatball noodle).

grilled chicken with tempe and tofu
Source: Tok Tok

Are you one of those people who make rice a necessity in every meal? If yes, then Rice Set is what you should get! Tok Tok serves numerous rice sets like Ayam Penyet (S$8.80), Ayam Bakar (grilled chicken) (S$8.80), Nasi Kuning (yellow rice) (S$9.90), and Nasi Campur Bali (S$9.90). how do they taste, you asked? Spectacular!

Nasi Kuning in Singapore

For dessert, you can get the famous Es Cendol. For starters, Siomay Bandung. For beverages, Soda Gembira (happy soda) and Teh Botol. For our dear Muslim readers, worry not because this restaurant has been certified to be halal so you can eat whatever your heart desires! All items in the menu are below S$10!

Promotion

Try the Nasi Jinggo with only S$3.90, inclusive of chilli sauce, fried noodle, tempe, eggs and rice. Nasi Jinggo is a Bali originated food that is wrapped with banana leaves in small portion.

Alternatively, you can also try their Nasi Tumpeng for any special occasion in Singapore. With only S$178 (for 10 pax and before delivery charge), you will get fried chicken, sliced egg, fried potato, sweet and spicy tempe, bee hun, chilli, and of course, nasi tuning! The latest order for this special dish is H-1 (pre-order).

Location

Tok Tok recently open a third outlet at Paya Lebar Square 01-71/K6. Two of their other outlets are located at 313@Somerset B3-10 (first outlet) and 18 Ann Siang Road 01-10 (second outlet).

Tok Tok outlet

Choose the nearest outlet from your stay so you wouldn’t need to travel too far to satisfy your craving of this Indonesian cuisine in Singapore.

Contact

For more information, call +65 6221 1760 or email to enquiry@toktok.com.sg. Stalk their Instagram page @toktoksg to see more of their favourite menu! 

About

It all started with a deep crave of a delicious Indonesian soup that lead to the opening of the first casual dining Indonesian soup house in Singapore. The name “Tok Tok” was inspired by the sound “tok…tok…” made  by street vendors in Indonesia. This Indonesian halal restaurant Singapore doesn’t stop serving the best authentic food to customers. 

Menu

Just like its name, Tok Tok “Indonesian Soup House” offers many local Indonesian food with soup as their expertise. Among the favourite soup in this restaurant include Sop Buntut (S$9.50), Soto Betawi (S$9.50, Soto Madura (S$8.80), and Soto Ayam (S$8.80). For you vegetarian, the restaurant also provide vegetables like Sayur Asem (S$6.0) and all their menu include rice. 

Sayur asem tok tok
Source: Tok Tok

Other than soup, there are other options such as noodle, rice set, dessert, and even street snacks. You can give various delicious noodle a try like Soto Mie, Mie Ayam Jamu (chicken and mushroom noddle), Mie Ayam (chicken noodle) and Mie Bakso (meatball noodle).

grilled chicken with tempe and tofu
Source: Tok Tok

Are you one of those people who make rice a necessity in every meal? If yes, then Rice Set is what you should get! Tok Tok serves numerous rice sets like Ayam Penyet (S$8.80), Ayam Bakar (grilled chicken) (S$8.80), Nasi Kuning (yellow rice) (S$9.90), and Nasi Campur Bali (S$9.90). how do they taste, you asked? Spectacular!

Nasi Kuning in Singapore

For dessert, you can get the famous Es Cendol. For starters, Siomay Bandung. For beverages, Soda Gembira (happy soda) and Teh Botol. For our dear Muslim readers, worry not because this restaurant has been certified to be halal so you can eat whatever your heart desires! All items in the menu are below S$10!

Promotion

Try the Nasi Jinggo with only S$3.90, inclusive of chilli sauce, fried noodle, tempe, eggs and rice. Nasi Jinggo is a Bali originated food that is wrapped with banana leaves in small portion.

Alternatively, you can also try their Nasi Tumpeng for any special occasion in Singapore. With only S$178 (for 10 pax and before delivery charge), you will get fried chicken, sliced egg, fried potato, sweet and spicy tempe, bee hun, chilli, and of course, nasi tuning! The latest order for this special dish is H-1 (pre-order).

Location

Tok Tok recently open a third outlet at Paya Lebar Square 01-71/K6. Two of their other outlets are located at 313@Somerset B3-10 (first outlet) and 18 Ann Siang Road 01-10 (second outlet).

Tok Tok outlet

Choose the nearest outlet from your stay so you wouldn’t need to travel too far to satisfy your craving of this Indonesian cuisine in Singapore.

Contact

For more information, call +65 6221 1760 or email to enquiry@toktok.com.sg. Stalk their Instagram page @toktoksg to see more of their favourite menu! 

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SGB was founded by Tania Gromenko, a Russian lady who started studying the Indonesian language when she was 18. She had a chance to live in Indonesia several times since then - in Jakarta and Bali - and fell in love with Indonesia and its people. In 2016, Tania moved to Singapore and slowly but surely, the SGB concept shaped in her mind.
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