It turned out to be a very interesting website! For cooking enthusiasts from novice to experts and even the industry players, this is a website and place you have got to know and visit. They have so many things to offer, from cooking classes to bistro to a shop selling all kitchenware that will have you salivating if u love being in the kitchen.
So after many busy weekends, we finally made a special trip down to buy my wok and check out the Bistro for ourselves. Tott’s concept is pretty similar to that of Ikea’s. Apart from the main store, they have Cooking Studios for cooking lessons by professional Chefs and a Bake and Go area for you to do a quick baking of cookies with the mix pre-prepared for you. I found that they even provide roasting services for those who love to host at home and in style! And of course not forgetting what we came here for… the Bistro selling delicious and affordable comfort food. The Bistro’s food were designed by Consultant Chef Sam Leong.
I was so excited about the prices and food offered that I told my husband that I wanted to takeaway a few more items so we could try them over breakfast the next day!
Here’s a few photos of the menu and some of the food we tried:
check out the affordable prices!!
Bright and Cheerful Chairs at the Bistro with many food posters of what they serves
Beef Kway Teow Soup!
Braised Beef Cheeks with Sauted Vegetables and Rice
Durian Chempedak or Durian Tempura
the best part is the whole meal only costed us $32.90 (drinks included), woohoo!!
Now, an peek at the store itself…it carries so many different kitchen equipment, from the old traditional pots that our grandmother use to concoct chinese medicine to the advance technology of Sou Vide.
In case you were thinking that this place was only for the rich tai tais who have nothing to do but would like to own a kitchen worthy of a pro- chef, you are wrong! Remember I said that I wanted to buy a $9 wok? My husband would not believe that I would find that here, having looked at some of the prices there. But lo and behold, my wok only cost $8.90! Ha I win!
So if you are living in the West or looking for a nice food place to explore over weekends, why not check out Tott Bistro? Hope to see you there some times!
We’ll be back for more reviews of Tott after we check out their cooking class for our wedding anniversary! Till then…tata!