Japanese restaurant in Kim Ma street Totoya had one year anniversary – Offering ramen and hotpot

PUBLISHED Oct 25, 2021

Food from Totoya

Japanese restaurant Totoya (509 Kim Ma, Ngoc Khanh, Ba Dinh, Ha Noi, TEL 0987686281) had a one-year anniversary on October 18.

The restaurant offers more than 200 kinds of Japanese dishes such as sushi, sashimi, grills, hot pot, and noodle. It is three stories building and each floor is 70 to 80 square meters. They have 5 counter seats and 10 tables on the first floor, 4 private rooms for 4 to 20 customers on the second and third floor, and can accommodate 100 people in total. Ha Thi Hai Yen who is the restaurant manager says “Wooden materials that we used for Japanese style design creates comfortable space.”

The menu includes Sashimi combo (698,000 VND) contains 9 kinds of sashimi such as salmon roe, octopus, tuna, squid, and sea bream; Sushi combo (380,000 VND) such as eel, squid, tuna, sea bream, salmon, shrimp, and Sakhalin surf clam (12 pieces); 8 types of ramen (from 139,000 VND) with aged noodles in a soup made by boiling pork bones and vegetables for several hours, and 6 types of hot pot (138,000 VND to 600,000 VND) such as Yosenabe (mixed hot pot), Sukiyaki (vegetable and beef hot pot), and Ishikari nabe (salmon and miso hot pot).

Besides, they also have lunch deals such as Chicken teriyaki lunch box (59,000 VND); Grilled salmon with garlic butter (155,000 VND), and Grilled pacific saury set (135,000 VND). All lunch sets are with salad and miso soup.

The restaurant offers takeaway and delivery options as well. Customers can order by Facebook, homepage, and delivery websites such as Capichi, Loship, and ShopeeFood.

Ha comments “It had been a tough year for the restaurant industry because of the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown. However, our customers returned to our restaurant after that. All staffs here would like to offer even better service.”

Opening hours: 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

  • Inside Totoya

  • Sushi from Totoya

  • Lunch set from Totoya