Recommended lists for Korean

Recommended lists of Korean food and restaurants in Singapore
Best Korean Restaurants in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Korean, Good For Groups Best Korean Restaurants in Singapore We love Korean cuisine for its wide variety - think spicy, fiery red stews to bibimbap to barbecued meat wrapped in lettuce leaves. If we've got you drooling, this will be your (almost) definitive list for the best Korean food on our shore!
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Latest Reviews for Korean

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Korean
Friday for Fried chicken?

Freshly made to order; whole, wings or boneless chicken. Choice of spicy or soy garlic sauce. Can't decide? No fret! Go for Half & Half and enjoy the two distinct flavours. Psst... the spicy sauce 🌶 might be too spicy for a non-chilli lover.
Fried chicken at S$16.90 (Half Whole Chicken) or S$8.90 (6pcs Wings)
Where to dine?
53 Boat Quay, Singapore 049842
More outlets:
Bugis+ & Compass One
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Bad Customer Service, But Food Was Alright.

The food was decent and affordable. However, I had an unpleasant experience with the staff when waiting to change my hotplate. The manager and a younger waitress were so busy talking and laughing that they paid no attention to their customers. I had waited for nearly five minutes trying to get their attention until some older aunties working came to change my hotplate.

Overall, the dining experience was alright, side for the lack of professionalism the staff showed. Would return again if the staff were given better training regarding what's acceptable in the workplace.

For authentic Korean food

As if beauty world centre is not ulu enough, this restaurant challenges our level of determination by being at a corner of the 4th floor (along the stretch with Oishii Bakery). The place is small, but cosy as we were greeted by the friendly native Koreans upon entering. Food offerings are not frivolous, but the menu is extensive considering the size of the restaurant.

The seafood pancake ($20), sweet & spicy fried chicken ($25 for half, $35 for whole), BBQ meats and military stew are excellent choices for big group sharing. I personally love the seafood pancake because it's thicker than usual, with a chewy center loaded with ingredients and crispy exterior that was perfectly browned. Do dip it in the accompanying sauce for a complete gastronomic experience 👍 Oh wait but no Korean cuisine is complete without their fried chicken so remember to grab one and sink your teeth into that sticky, gooey mess of arteries-clogging indulgence.

This has all my favourite components in my comfort food - fried, meat (chicken), and savoury sauces.

Known for their signature Korean dishes including this fried chicken (you can choose from wings, boneless to whole and spicy or soy garlic sauce), the diners here appreciate the friendlier pricetags (as compared to other pricier korean food) and consistency that Bon Chon delivers.
Thank you @bonchonsg for having us and @justinfoodprints for inviting me.
🔸Compass One
🔸53 Boat Quay
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Duck Bulgogi Hotplate [$13.50]

Dropped by Bab-Muk-Ja, a small new family restaurant located just opposite where I live! They pride themselves for serving up 'mum's homemade food', all done up without any msg or artificial ingredients. Never had duck bulgogi before and we got this based on the owner's (his Korean wife is the chef) recommendation. The slices of duck were well marinated, not dry and tender with a good bite. You can opt for spicy or not and we enjoyed our spicy version served on a hot plate - try mixing the rice in! Their menu (different for lunch and dinner) is not very extensive for now but has all the basic Korean dishes you'd expect, like Kimchi Stew, Ginseng Chicken and Jajangmyeon.

We were served a variety of 5 types of banchan and I really liked all of them, especially their kimchi (well seasoned and not too acidic) and the saucer of addictive tiny ikan bilis fried with pumpkin seeds and almonds! They are all less salty and less strong in flavours as compared to the commercial ones, but that's exactly what we enjoyed about it. Service was very friendly and homely, felt as if we were dining at a friend's house!

📍Bab-Muk-Ja Korean Restaurant
182 Jalan Jurong Kechil #01-53
Singapore 596152
🕚 11am to 10.30pm Daily

Awesome Lunch Set ($14)

Undecided on stew or BBQ for lunch? Enjoy the best of both worlds here by getting the DIY Lunch Set which includes a mini soup stew and BBQ meat! 😍

Tori Pork Don With Miso Soup

Food court japanese don - you get to have a green tea Ocha don Or with miso soup.

The tori pork sadly is rather dry. Vegetables and potato salad is good. Some clams in the miso soup.

$6.80 and 10% off with star vista card

Man's Kitchen & Waker Chicken.

Army Stew($6.50 ). There's instant noodles, sausages, luncheon meat, cabbages, onion, etc inside this small pot of army stew. This comes with 🍚 and kimchi~ omg I love it! I also never came across any Korean store that has mini army stew. The store feels quite authentic to me with real Koreans cooking.