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You might wonder what’s so tasty that enticed a long perpetual queue at Ion Gindaco Takoyaki balls stall all the time. Wonder if the service staff could do something to shorten the waiting time. Yes, it is indeed tasty. On the outside, the skin is crispy-grilled and inside, it taste very moist and juicy with warm batter. Upon the first bite, you will see warm batter gushing out and a huge piece of squid in every ball. The crunchy bits of deep fried flour gives a warm tangy feeling to the taste b
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You might wonder what’s so tasty that enticed a long perpetual queue at Ion Gindaco Takoyaki balls stall all the time. Wonder if the service staff could do something to shorten the waiting time.

Yes, it is indeed tasty. On the outside, the skin is crispy-grilled and inside, it taste very moist and juicy with warm batter. Upon the first bite, you will see warm batter gushing out and a huge piece of squid in every ball.

The crunchy bits of deep fried flour gives a warm tangy feeling to the taste buds. Takoyaki balls are sold in pieces of 4 or 8. They come is 3 flavours, being with egg mayo topping, vegetables topping and original if you prefer it plain without toppings.

The queue can take up to 20 minutes if you missed the batch of cooked tako balls as the chefs will probably take that amount of time to cook a batch of tako balls.

I would say the price is more expensive than other brands of takoyaki balls, but nevertheless it’s still worth the money and long wait as this brand of tako balls definitely taste better than the others in the market.
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Date of Visit
2010-11-22
Spending Per Head
$6.80 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Gindaco Takoyaki