Talented Head Chef Anthony Choi knows how to deliver innovative and exciting Japanese flavours with great flair. This anime-inspired restaurant is a great spot for fusion Japanese food with friends. The decor is an eclectic mix of wicker basket lampshades, salmon pink walls and large bamboo plants in milk crates.
Tokyo Tina is all about the street food, with the menu offering a selection of raw dishes, snack-sized plates and larger bowls of ramen and poke. Karaage chicken has a wickedly crunchy batter seasoned with five spice and lime. It certainly leaves your tastebuds tingling! DIY beef rib is served on the bone and dressed in a luscious sweet and tangy sauce. Simply pull the meat off the bone and place it in the fluffy bao bun along with pickled vegetables and smooth Kewpie mayo.
PSST! If you enjoy the food at Tokyo Tina, why not check out sister restaurants Saigon Sally and Hanoi Hannah?