Set over multiple floors, every nook and cranny of this café in Chinatown is regularly packed with crowds of youngsters after a bargain bite. Katsu curry with a crisp-crumbed, fried pork cutlet is a regular crowd-pleaser, as are donburi dishes such as sweet, salty braised beef and onion.
If you’re still not full after one of these, the staff will give you extra rice for free. And you won’t incur any extra cost for service either as Tokyo Diner has a traditionally Japanese no-tipping policy. Instead you’re simply asked to come again – and bring your friends.