Tokyo Shokudo @ Lot One

21 Choa Chu Kang Ave 4, Singapore 689812 #B1-12/13

6235 7753

$15 · Halal Certified · Restaurant · Seafood · Dessert · Chicken · Beverages · Asian · Japanese · Beef

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Rated 5.0/5.0 3 months ago

Found this area by accident. We were starving as lunch time drew closer. Everywhere we went, there was a lengthy line. Then we saw this and made a beeline for it because there wasn't a line. What a welcome surprise that ended up being! My tempura was expertly fried. The prawns had a crisp exterior and a fresh, juicy inside. If the remainder of the menu was as delicious as what I had, they certainly deserved the gold award, according to the billboard, which stated that they had been given it for six years in Japan. Not to mention that it's halal too!

Mabel Tan

Rated 3.0/5.0 a year ago

Ordered the chicken chasu ramen. Would prefer the broth without the shallot oil as the shallot oil over power the soup. Chicken is blend so do not recommend to top up to the 4pcs ramen. Rather use the money to add another side dish instead. The egg not peeled properly. Furthermore there is no lava. As the restaurant is quite new in Lot One, it gets pretty crowded and needed longer waiting time.

Seow HT

Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago

When we first tried this, it was at another outlet in plaza sing and we ordered their signature fried tendon but didnt really enjoyed it as it was greasy and kind of hard. Years later today, it was a much more pleasant experience. We ordered their original chicken ramen and its yuzu chicken ramen. I think the soup is quite tasty just that it was a little salty. Yuzu version was a bit refreshing with v faint hint citrus aftertaste, making the soup less greasy. Original chicken was 9.90++ while the yuzu version was 10.90++. Resto is halal certified and they served free ice water. Service was not bad as the staff will refill. Affordable, quick, value for money meal

Tommy Ng

Rated 3.0/5.0 a year ago

Located at basement 1 of Lot One, alight at Choa Chu Kang of the North South Red Line and take a escalator down. After taking the escalator down, Tokyo Shokudo is located on the left side. They have several restaurant outlets with their menu mainly with tempuras, dons and ramen. You have to try their crispy tempura that's delicious and served with Koshihikari rice in their don menu. The ramen soup base is really smooth and flavorful. This outlet does serve a taste of Japan in their food but sadly not in their service. Maybe it was a lack of manpower but from the kitchen, the food served to your table by the floor staff seem rushed and accident prone. Hope this outlet manages their staff well for a better experience for dine in customers.

Michelle Lim

Rated 3.0/5.0 a year ago

Was very happy to see a new ramen outlet! Ordered a Yuzu scallop ramen and Signature Tendon. The ramen is collagen rich/chicken broth and was glad to choose the yuzu based soup as it balanced out the rich taste of the soup. Dining experience wasn’t the most welcoming one as one of the staff certainly had a bad day. Staff E served my tea and tendon with a loud bang on the table and each time I still said “thank you” cheery back but in return was silent treatment from Staff E. Was trying to find an excuse for the staff, perhaps the tea and the bowl were too hot to handle? Will I be back? 🤷🏻‍♀️….doubt so…. my bad for minus 2 stars for the unwelcoming customer service during the meal.


Rated 2.0/5.0 4 months ago

Clean environment Tempura don ain’t exactly the way it should be. The batter used turns soggy right after it cools off the immediate fried sensation is over (like less than 5 mins). Rice was much little than usual don. I requested for the tempura sauce (wanted a sweet one that is usually provided), got the salty version instead. Tomyum taste on top of chicken broth is okay. Chicken is bare minimal. Ratio of noodles way supersedes other items in the bowl One-time visit only for me

Desmond Lim

Rated 3.0/5.0 5 months ago

The collagen-rich chicken broth ramen is quite good. Can tell the broth was cooked for hours before it was made into ramen. But just a small suggestion-To cut the egg half when serving. Another issue I have is with the Ribena. I thought it will be served as a packet drink with ice. But end up it's just a cup of "home-made" Ribena. Please update the photos in your menu to prevent confusion.


Rated 1.0/5.0 5 months ago

Why must the staff take advantage of online orders? Ordered CHICKEN CHA SHU RAMEN($15++) and only got 2 SLICES of chicken? I took as many pictures to show its new and untouched.

Deborah L

Rated 4.0/5.0 4 months ago

Ordered the signature tendon and everything was fried upon order. Batter is crispy, light and delicious, it came with miso soup too that was normal. Dish was definitely on the larger portion side and was very filling.

Terry Wang

Rated 2.0/5.0 6 months ago

Considered an average ramen place. Overall, the ramen tasted okay, but service in this restaurant was pretty poor. I waited close to 30 mins for my bowl of ramen (which the service staff forgot about). Probably better options available around the area too!

SeungJun Kim

Rated 4.0/5.0 2 months ago

A pretty solid halal Japanese restaurant at Lot 1 (Choa Chu Kang). It's my first time dining at a halal Japanese restaurant and everything tasted satisfactory. I would bring my Muslim friends here next time if we're at Lot 1 The dessert pudding tasted good but $5.90 is quite expensive in my opinion

Elsie C

Rated 3.0/5.0 2 months ago

Staff service is good but the place feels quite warm. The air con like not strong enough. Food portion is ok but on a saltier side. I would recommend the signature tendon!