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We ordered 3 plates of meats and they were all so wonderfully marinated. Full of flavours and sooo tender. The free flow of side dishes makes the experience even better. The kimchi soup was well-received by all of us, though it could be a little hotter when served. Servers were responsive to change the BBQ hotplate after we finished a plate of meat. The BBQ experience was not smoky and we left the place feeling satisfied. It was quiet at 4pm when we reached.
Will be back!

KBBQ Prime Set, Duroc Pork Belly, Kimchi Soup with Pork Belly and Steamed Egg, these are some of signatures that I will order whenever I visit @wangdaebakkbbq The Korean juices are very good too.

Location: Wang Dae Bak Grill, 3 Lor Liput, #02-01, Singapore 277725

The Spicy Seafood Tofu Soup ($14) from @ is spicy, flavourful and comforting. It comes with a generous portion of prawn, squid, clams and soft tofu, which go really well with rice. Love the variety of side dishes too - definitely one of my favourite Korean lunch places around CBD!

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The truffle was aromatic yet not too overpowering. I think I could eat this on its own but we ordered it to accompany our BBQ meats - which were amazing too.

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10/10 KBBQ experience! Have eaten here twice and really love the food here. The meat is so goood

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Being seated outdoors at @changkoreanbbq in Dempsey on cool nights is a really pleasant experience. You get to be away from the smoky smell, and your order of meats gets barbecued for you (which is perfect for lazy-to-cook people like me 😆). The friendly staff always presents whatever you’ve picked to be verified first before whisking it away to be grilled and cut up. So upon return, each order of piping hot meat can be eaten right away.
We only had beef on this recent visit because all of us were craving red meat. While the Marinated Prime Rib Eye (Australian, 200G - $58++) was flavourful and a tad sweet in taste profile from its marination, the Fresh Cut Prime Short Rib (U.S. 300G - $69++) was au naturel juicy goodness.
I alternated between wrapping the barbecued beef in leaves with green chilli, raw garlic plus a dab of the sauces provided, and pairing each piece with the “Myul Naengmyun” (#ChangKoreanBBQ does the tastiest version in my opinion). The piping hot meat and cold noodles (dressed in some vinegar and mustard) is a killer combination.
One thing we realised that evening was that the Banchan served during dinner differs a little from lunch. There were a few premium items such as marinated cockles, in the large spread. But when you request for another round, these won’t necessarily appear again. I guess, quite understandably, each table only gets a single helping of the pricier Banchan.

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@ ehub / not enough time to eat lol

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I’ve tried a few of the Korean restaurants around this area and this is probably my favourite so far - considering price, portion and quality! Special mention goes to their seafood pancake that is really flavourful and crispy (my favourite thing about it) and the japchae - which I tried for the first time recently and was very pleased with it. Well balanced with a generous amount of veggies etc in the dish. The black bean noodle is a dish that I usually get, particularly because it’s so affordable! Only $12 (if I’m not wrong) for a very satisfying portion. Quality of the side dishes are also definitely not neglected :-) They have a BBQ menu there as well but I’ve never tried their BBQ selection. Do be mindful though, that since the area is small, it does tend to get pretty noisy during peak hours so weekday lunches are a win!

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Came for lunch and it is closed

Grilled meat and naengmyeon is always a good idea 😍😍 I liked how @charim.sg offers grilled sides and a good number of side dishes as well. The meat was tender and the steamed egg was tasty too 😋

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This eatery located at Liang Seah Street is a Modern Japanese izakaya restaurant offering savoury dishes like Salmon Ikura Don ($33), Spicy Maguro Don ($28), Unagi Tama Mentai Don ($22) which sees grilled smoke unagi tamago mentai aburi steam japanese rice. Their Saikoro Steak ($20), which consists of Wagyu beef cubes, Shimeji mushroom and their tasty home-made sauce, is also highly raved about by many patrons!
📸 by Burppler Jaslyn T.

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we all ordered the mentai salmon don which was pretty good! the salmon was served in a somewhat aburi style but i particularly liked the fact that it was slightly flamed on the top but still had some of the sashimi texture

they have a bunch of deals on different days for alcoholic drinks but we didn’t order any

atmosphere is very vibey

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