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This Indonesian Restaurant In SG Has A New 9-Dish Set With Authentic Flavours

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Nia Sarah Azmy  •  Dec 07, 2021

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For fans of Indonesian food, here's an exciting place right up your alley. Tok Tok Indonesian Restaurant is one of the few restaurants in Singapore serving Rijsttafel! Literally translated into 'rice table', the Rijsttafel is an Indonesian meal consisting of various types of dishes and rice all in one set. The Muslim-owned family restaurant here has brought the perfect combination of dishes for you to enjoy with your folks this December. Before reserving a table, let's take a look at all there is to satisfy your Indonesian food craving ?

Tok Tok Indonesian Restaurant's New Rijsttafel Set

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Credit: Tok Tok Indonesian Restaurant Known for serving an extensive range of delicious Indonesian dishes originating from family recipes, the restaurant embodies this in its new Tok Tok Rijsttafel ($24.80 per pax). The set consists of dishes like Opor Ayam, Daging Bumbu Bali, Sate Ayam, Udang Sambal Pete, and not forgetting Sayur Lodeh and Jukut Kacang Panjang. While you savour your meal, you can't miss out on yummy sides like Perkedel, Telur Sambal Bali, Tempe Orek, homemade sambal and crackers for an extra crunch! Yes, that's a whopping nine-dish set meal ?
Credit: Tok Tok Indonesian Restaurant Going solo or in a pair? Opt for dishes like the Sop Buntut ($16.80). The beef broth is cooked for hours using traditional Indonesian spices for a delicious burst of flavours. For something filling and savoury, the Ayam Bakar Betutu ($29.80) is marinated with traditional genap paste of 16 Balinese spices for half an hour, cooked sous vide in cassava leaves and instead of steaming it, it is grilled to perfection at Tok Tok for an enhanced flavour! For seafood lovers, the Ikan Bakar Bumbu Bali ($33.80) and Udang Bakar Bumbu Bali ($27.80) with Balinese spices are a must-try for a nostalgic taste of Indonesia with every bite!
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Credit: Tok Tok Indonesian Restaurant If you're a spice lover, the restaurant even has a range of four homemade sambal products for you to purchase. The Sambal Soto is a spicy, tangy relish best enjoyed with soup dishes or as a dipping sauce. For a fiery and fragrant combination, the Sambal Penyet is made from fresh chilli padi and shrimp paste to be paired with fried chicken, fish or stews. Have your home-cooked grilled meat with a side of the extra spicy Sambal Daun Jeruk, or the Sambal Cabe Ijo for a milder taste ? Can't wait to try all these dishes already? Don't forget to reserve a table to dine in with your loved ones and enjoy yummy authentic, traditional dishes! Or if you're hosting a gathering at home, get it delivered to you via Grab, foodpanda, Deliveroo or Oddle. Tok Tok Indonesian Restaurant Halal Status: Muslim-Owned Outlet: 467 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427678 Opening Hours: Weekdays: 11am-3pm, 6pm-10pm Weekends: 11am-10pm Contact: +65 6908 3835 Facebook | Instagram | Website This article is brought to you by Tok Tok Indonesian Restaurant.