[CLOSED] Jjigae Jjigae

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5 Raffles Place
#B1-65 Raffles Xchange
Singapore 048618

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Lunch deal for 2 pax @ $19.90!
Nothing beats having army stew on a rainy and cold day! Using collagen stock simmered over many hours, I was certainly looking forward to the rich taste of the stew. The portion was a little too much for 2 pax, with sliced pork, cheddar cheese, cheese sausages, cheese tofu, enoki, toppoki, sweet potato noodles and cabbage! The spiciness level was just right as well.

The waiting time was quite long though, so do be prepared to wait during lunch time!

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Kimchi Gochujang collagen broth + chicken
12.90 for 1 pax portion
5.00 for 1 Rice bowl/ ball (small)
Not exactly a cheap option so will reserve for more special occasions only.

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I came here 3 times in 4 months because it was my comfort food and in my opinion value for money! If you choose the beef and pork option, every portion offers generous ingredients of sliced beef and pork, cheddar cheese, cheese cocktail sausages, cheese tofu, napa cabbage, enoki mushrooms, rice cakes and sweet potato starch noodles. You can also choose various soup bases such as kimchi or yuzu. An individual portion is about $12 and a double portion is about $25, super worth!

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Super affordable Korean stew in the heart of the CBD!

What's great to have especially with all the rain nowadays is a hot piping Korean stew. @jjigaejjigae offers different jjigae sets such as pork, beef, beef & pork, seafood (pictured, $16.90 for 1 pax and $28.90 for 2 pax).

Each set is packed with different ingredients. For example, for seafood, there are mullet fish slices, octopus, prawns, black mussels, white clams, cheddar cheese, cheese cocktail sausages, cheese tofu, napa cabbage, enoki mushrooms, shiitake mushrooms, white onion, leek, tau kwa, baked beans, rice cakes, kimchi, dangmyeon and the beauty collagen stock. What a mouthful, literally.

They have a signature house-made beauty collagen stock and claims that it provides youthful radiance, energy and metabolic boost. One can choose from three collagen base flavours: yuzu salt, doenjang and kimchi gochujang!


If you ever wanted to combine Japanese beauty pots and Korean army stews, Jjigae Jjigae’s Beauty Collagen Jjigae is just the thing. Located at Raffles Xchange, their menu is catered to the more health conscious and encourages everyday communal dining (perfect for long Friday lunches *wink wink*). Perhaps a good alternative to your usual Budae-jjigae weeknight feasting too.

So to start, you can pick from three base flavours (Yuzu Salt, Doenjang and Kimchi Gochujang) and four main meat selection (Pork, Beef, Seafood and a combination of Pork & Beef). Having tried a couple of the flavours, the unanimous favourite was the Yuzu Salt Collagen base paired with an assortment of seafood and ingredients ($16.90/ 1 pax, $28.90/ 2 pax) - sliced mullet fish, octopus, prawns, black mussels, white clams, cheddar cheese, cheese tofu, cheese cocktail sausages, napa cabbage, enoki mushrooms, shiitake mushrooms, white onions, leeks, tau kwa, rice cakes, baked beans, kimchi, sweet potato noodles and of course, Beauty Collagen Stock. Light yet thick, the harmonious blend is intentionally kept so by adding just a small amount of stock each time so that the stew can thicken. Hence, each spoonful is collagen-rich and completed with the hint of yuzu!

*This was a hosted meal


The Beauty Collagen Jjigae comes in either single or double pot size - selecting your collagen soup base from yuzu salt, doenjang, and kimchi gojuchang. 

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/jjigae-jjigae/