Wooga Jjajang (Old Airport Road)

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Old Airport Road
#01-84 Old Airport Road Food Centre
Singapore 390051

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Korean Style Jjangmyeon from Old Airport Road Hawker Centre Wooga Jjajang 01-84 !

Rarely do I see korean jjajang myeon sold in hawker centre/coffeeshop, and this was done right!

Slurpy chewy yellow noodles, with flavourful black sauce! I liked that they used minced meat here, good for ppl like me who do not like super fatty pork meat!

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It has been a long time since we last step foot at Old Airport Road Food Centre — whilst we seemed to have visited the spot a little lesser considering how Brawn & Brains Coffee now mainly operates from Hamilton Road, a run round the 100 Plus Promenade at National Stadium was the reason why we decided to drop by the food centre. One of the things that had seemingly caught our attention when we had walked into the food centre was the banner introducing the new Wooga Jjajang — whilst being a new addition to Old Airport Road Food Centre, the name does ring a bell for us considering we have had items from the brand before. For those whom are familiar with Yuktan Chobeolgu-i Korean BBQ Restaurant at NTP+ Mall at Lorong Chuan, Wooga Jjajang is a concept that is related to the said brand — Yuktan Chobeolgu-i Korean BBQ Restaurant does also offer a line-up of items from the Wooga Jjajang brand as well. For the Old Airport Road Food Centre location, the Wooga Jjajang outlet takes over the former premises of the now-defunct Pasta Manna; the stall can be found at around the middle of the second row of stalls in the middle of the food centre. Here, Wooga Jjajang is more focused on their Jjajang Myeon and Kal Guksu offerings, serving up a smaller variety of items as compared to Wooga Jjajang’s spread of items at Yuktan Chobeolgu-i Korean BBQ Restaurant. One particular highlight is that the Jjajang Myeon offerings do seem to have a focus around BBQ meats — these includes the flexibility of ordering Jjajang Myeon with Bulgogi meats and pig trotter as well.

We made our enquiries on what is being included in the Yoo-Ni Jjajang Myeon considering how it is the only item which isn’t quite self-explanatory in its naming convention — the staff advised us that the item features minced pork; we went for it considering how the Yoo-Ni Jjajang Myeon is also mentioned in the menu to be a “signature” item anyway. Patrons are issued a buzzer when they place their order and make their order at the counter; patrons will then be subsequently paged to collect their order at the counter once the food is prepared. We were actually asked by the folks at the counter if we would like to have some kimchi to go along with the Yoo-Ni Jjajang Myeon, which we went for. At $6.50, the Yoo-Ni Jjajang Myeon is perhaps one of the most affordable bowls Jjajang Myeon out there — possibly being competitively priced to the likes of O.BBa Jjajang Express and Jeong’s Jjajang; all of which are stalls located in food courts and coffeeshops. We were told to give everything a toss altogether before enjoying the dish — this includes the Kimchi. All in all, this was pretty tasty; the lack of onions in this variant wasn’t too much of a bother — the inclusion of kimchi below to add a good crunch anyway. The Jjajang sauce (i.e. caramalised black bean sauce) was also on point — the variant here leans slightly towards the sweeter side, but the addition of kimchi also meant that it added a slight tang that cuts through the sweet notes for a good balance. The noodles were incredibly chewy here; a texture that we really liked while the minced meat provides a good bite with a bit of savouriness that makes it kinda wholesome. Considering its price point, it is really quite an appealing option to go for especially if one is craving for Korean-Chinese cuisine whilst dining at Old Airport Road Food Centre; the Jjajang Myeon items being priced between $6.50 to $8, while the price of the Kal Guksu ranges from $7 to $8 — definitely worth a try for those who are big fans of Jjang Myeon.