Joo is a sleek, casual and inviting venue within a heritage three-storey shophouse in the heart of Singapore along Tan Quee Lan Street offering top notch modern Korean bites and creative drinks in a space that exudes a laid-back vibe with a tasteful dose of edginess.

5 Tan Quee Lan Street
Singapore 188094

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 12:00am

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 12:00am

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 12:00am

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 12:00am

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 12:00am

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 12:00am

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 12:00am



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Tofu Chips

Slightly too salty for me but it was an interesting to have dips like avocado and Kimchi. Joo bar is a Korean fusion bar that serves really interesting food! Great ambience too. Will definitely be back.

Makgeolli Yuzu Slushi

This Makgeolli Yuzu slushi is one of the best Makgeolli I've ever tasted! It's sweet with a slight hint of alcohol and a sour aftertaste. Really good to pair with after a heavy meal!! It was a pleasant surprise and a great way to end a Friday night! 22sgd for a small jug like this. Just nice for 3 people to share.

Yuzu Makgeolli~

The only Korean restaurant that brew their own Makgeolli in SG.

Yuzu Makgeolli Slush [$40/Large] Although it's really exp here, (I can get like SGD$3 a bottle of FRESH makgeolli in Korea supermarket) but you got craving for makgeolli and you got no choice to order πŸ˜‚

Honey Butter Chicken [$16], Truffles Fries [$12]

We are here for the Makgeolli~ 🀀

Prices stated before GST & SC.

Organic Makgeolli Brewed In-house

Since we were in the area, we decided to pop by Joo Bar for their organic home brewed makgeolli, or 'Joo Brew' so that we could learn how to tweak our version when we try again. This was much much creamier and thicker than what we had made last round, and it had an almost yoghurty taste. It's really easy to drink. Didn't order any food this time. The food were kind hit and miss for me. But I remember some dishes like the slow roast Mangalitsa pork belly, Bossam and seafood tofu stew were really good, though portions are pretty small.

Nice Food, Great Company

Small place but nice food! Go before 8pm for happy hour 1 for 1 beer & cocktail! Honey pot cocktail is warm! How odd is that!

Kimcheese Bacon pancake

Everything about this is comfort. Think bacon, chives, cheese, on a pancake base fried to a crisp. Not bad really, if only it wasn't half as oily/sinful and had actual pieces of kimchi instead. Not sure if bacon made for the best topping too, since the texture of fried bacon in itself is craggy, add that to the already-crisp pancake.
Portions here at this mod-Korean bar are on the small side for the price. They have makgeolli which tastes more like soda.

Ok confession.

πŸ™‹πŸ» This pasta has been popping up my mind unknowingly since i had it last Tuesday.
Spicy Seafood Pasta β€”$24
Their ingenious Korean-inspired house-made chilli comes with spicy punch but really grows on you as you slurps up the entire plate. The clams, mussels, prawns and shiitake just made this plate even better, yet not too overwhelming. This new creation of the Korean-styled pasta really hit the right spot. Korean fusion up another level! β¬†οΈπŸ‡°πŸ‡·
#joobar #pasta #koreanfood

Juju On That Beat

Finally tried the bibimbap from here!!! It's DIY and only $13 net!!!!! Plus you can choose one protein, a carb base, 3 sides and a spicy or soy sauce. Let's not forget abt the fact that they give you an onsen egg on top, pleasant surprise πŸ˜› although it wasn't a hotstone bibimbap but it was so good. I had the spicy chicken (though not very spicy), purple rice, marinated spinach, Korean bean sprouts and sautΓ©ed zucchini. Definitely one of the most flavorful bowls I've had without it being completely drenched in sauces. This is recommended πŸ‘ŒπŸΌπŸ‘ŒπŸΌπŸ‘ŒπŸΌπŸ‘ŒπŸΌ

#AnythingAlsoEat - Dak Kang Jang from @joobarsg
Weekend dinner plans?

Try @joobarsg! Their contemporary Korean food will definitely tickle your gourmand palates. The Dak Kang Jang, a combination of crispy fried chicken tenders and chewy tteobokki tossed in that delectable sweet and spicy sauce will be sure to satisfy even the pickiest of tastebuds.

I'm On A Seafood Diet...

...I see food, and I eat it. Especially if it's as good as Joo Bar's rendition of a classic seafood risotto. Their seafood gochujang risotto ($24++) switches the standard seafood broth out for a luscious, thick and creamy red pepper paste cream sauce which is derived from the ubiquitous gochujang paste.

The only downer about this risotto is that the king prawn in it had lost its freshness, resulting in a mushy and pasty texture. Other than that, it was a masterclass in how to take the fusion out of confusion.

The rice itself is cooked to a perfect, astonishingly al dente doneness, resulting in tender little pearls that simply melt under the gentle pressures of your jaw. The stellar cream sauce drenched every single facet of the risotto, from the al dente rice to the pleasantly briny clams. The sauce was charmingly creamy, packed full of marvelous flavor and had the mild, peppery heat of the gochujang looming in the background to keep the sauce from becoming overbearingly rich.

Besides the one errant tiger prawn, the rest of the seafood ensemble was sufficiently fresh, and there was just so much of it! Besides the pleasantly briny clams and mussels, a whole ocean of squid was swimming within the risotto, making the $24 price of admission well worth it.

While it's the least Korean dish on the menu, the seafood gochujang risotto is definitely one of the best.

Craving for fried stuff?

Try this KAULI-POP ($12++) from @JooBarSG. Cauliflower coated in tempura ramen batter and then deep fried. This is a part of their Sunday brunch menu. Go try em!
This was taken at a media tasting.

Hakuna Moo-Tatare β€”$18

The magical Korean Beef Tatare with egg, pear and cucumber and we love the way we get to add garlic, brown sugar and sesame oil however we like! The texture is πŸ‘πŸΌ.
Waking up to Sunday brunch with this bunch. Thanks @joobarsg for the fun hospitality and @geekyelephant for extending the invite.

Not a hardcore beef tatare fan but I don't mind having it from time to time.

So guess how pleasantly surprised I was when this precious bowl of Hakuna Ma-Tatare came out to be my favourite dish today.

So much love for the addition of brown sugar, sesame oil and garlic, which elevates the seemingly boring meat cuts, making it sweet and fragrant.

See IG story for more of the tasting!
Thanks @geekyelephant for the invite, @alvinhighonfood for hosting and @joobarsg for having us!

Pig Bang ($26)

A huge slab of kimchi braised pork collar that is so irresistibly tender, served with a corn purΓ©e, watercress salad and radish. The Pig Bang will definitely send you straight to meat heaven due to its massive size, so it's best to share! This is part of Joo Bar's newly launched brunch menu that is available every Sunday 1130-1600.

Life's A Beach, BFC, Kauli-pop, Pig Bang

Missing Sunday brunch at @joobarsg, which is quite the melting pot of Asian cuisines and flavours. Think Burmese fried chicken, Indian-inspired cauliflower fritters in tempura batter, braised kimchi pork collar, and deconstructed salmon Wellington with seaweed and ikura.

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