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6 Eu Tong Sen Street
#02-79/90 Clarke Quay Central
Singapore 059817

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11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

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Additional order of meat here with their chicken thigh, I like that they will cut the meat into pieces for you to consume easier. It also comes with potato and enoki. $22++

For 1 to 2 pax, this set comes with 4 types of marinated sauce on your pork belly.

We got the wine, garlic, herb and kalbi, which was recommended by their staff.

They even will help you to prepare the meat, so you could enjoy your meal with their service.

The set also comes with refillable bean sprouts and kimchi. $58++

This place seems popular even though they are hiding in The Central, with full house when I came on public holiday dinner time.

They offer a few sets to choice from for their pork set, which included a kimchi stew.

Lots of vegetables inside with pork belly.

Delicious pork, their signatures 8 type of marinated pork allow us to experience the different taste of pork. Free flow of kimchi & beansprout. Highly recommended for pork bbq

While their 8 Colors Set is a little dear at $98++, you can rest assured that the pork being served is serious top shelf quality, as the pork is from the highly prized Hungarian Mangalitsa pigs. Those piggies are basically Hungary’s version of the famous Spanish Iberico pigs, and they are every bit as delicious.

The eight marinades slathered on the pork bellies are (from lightest flavored to heaviest), original, wine, honey ginger, curry, herb, miso, red pepper paste and kalbi. While the first three marinades were effectively there only in spirit, it allowed the superb natural flavors of the pork belly to really steal the show. The pork is fatty but utterly unctuous, and so so tremendously tender.

All the flavors taste exactly as expected, but the miso & kalbi marinated ones daintily danced away with my heart thanks their stellar flavors. There’s always a waitstaff who’ll patrol your general area and cook your meats for you. They’re pretty on the ball too, so all you gotta do is kick back and turn those Monday blues into a Monday boom.

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This $98++ set meal for 4 pax comes with a large chigae hotpot, fresh green lettuce, heaps of dangkong (soy sprouts) and kimchi on the hotplate placed strategically downstream of the pork (so that the veg gets cooked in blistering hot oil which oozes out naturally as the pork crisps). Drinks are extra charge, at $2 per large glass of iced poricha.

Mangalica Pigs are small, cute and furry. This could have worked well in their favour had they not been so amazingly tasty and generously marbled as well. It is related to the European wild boar you see being roasted in Uderzo's comic strips, which I have wanted to eat when I was still Asterix's height. Mangalica samgyeopsal is amazingly well-suited for K BBQ's, as the founder of 8 Korea must have realised in a foodie eureka moment... I really learnt only five years ago on a family holiday that: pork bellies are tastier eaten only after they really really crisp, from a patient elder couple who ran a little samgyeopsal shop in Daehangno. This is somewhat surprising to me, because I have put many earlier meals of samgyeopsal with soju literally under my belt. Yet perhaps, it is not so surprising considering how soju can make one forget!
Now that I think of it, this tallies well with a great aunt's recipe for loh bak, which also calls for sauteeing the pork belly till it blisters.

I went to this restaurant at The Central on a weekend when it would be less crowded.