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Dig into this comfort food goodness at Mukshidonna’s first outlet in Singapore. The name means Eat (Muk), Rest (Shi), Pay (Don), Leave (Na) - or "Have your food, pay and leave". This popular Korean chain restaurant had just brought its iconic budae jigae (or Korean army stew) to our shores. Slurp up the unique and savoury soup which can be customized with ingredients like dumplings, mussels, sausages and gooey cheese. Take your taste buds to the next level by ending your stew with the Korean signature seaweed fried rice. *Halal-certified

11 Tanjong Katong Road
#01-30/31 KINEX
Singapore 437157

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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Ordered 2 portion of tteokbokki and came to find out from staff that each portion entitles you to the stew and 4 pieces of tteokbokki. Should not even call it tteokbokki on the menu

Extremely disappointing for the price paid.

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Cost: $40 for what you see here.

Despite the multiple good reviews about this place, we found it so-so only or even below average army stew for its price point :-( Ordered mussel ($13.90/portion) + beef bugolgi ($13.90/portion) + ramen ($3) + fried rice ($5). Mussel wasn’t big nor the freshest and the beef ‘bulgogi’ was such a disappointment. We did not taste any marinated bulgogi flavour and was just normal sliced beef.... (felt q cheated). Portion wasn’t that big as well. Taste-wise, the soup was on the sweeter side and wasn’t very soup-like but felt more like gravy unlike the usual army stews.

Sadly, we could definitely getting an army stew tastier and cheaper with a bigger portion. Only plus point is that fried rice was not bad (but slightly too watery for our liking) and it is halal.

⭐️ 2/5 (pls improve on ur ‘bulgogi’ beef....)

Had our tteokbokki army stew with cheese and beef bulgogi! Broth had a good balance of sweet and spicy and the continuous slow boil and cheese really helped thicken the broth which made it even better!

Wholesome and satisfying Korean army stew that comes with generous amount of cheese! Not too spicy so it’s perfect for non-spicy eaters.

Easties, swing by Downtown East for slightly sweet and spicy Budae Jigae ($13.90 per pax with a min. of two pax). Choose two main ingredients from chicken sausage, sliced beef, cheese, mushrooms or mussels — a good combination would be cheese with mussels. The stew comes with tteokbokki, odeng, kimchi and eggs. Pro-tip: Do not leave the stew boiling for too lest the ingredients start sticking to the bottom of the pot!
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Rich broth made even more tantalising with cheese as it bubbles its way down my stomach. Ramen x 3 over rice any day, a pity the soup base cannot be topped up but it’s a good enough amount to satisfy my hunger this rainy day, especially after sliding down the rides in Wild Wild Wet! :)

Cheese + Beef Bulgogi
Ramen x 3