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Jot this family-run Korean joint just a two-minute walk from Beauty World MRT down for comforting post-work dinners. Opt for the satisfying Sundubu Jjigae ($10).Perfect for a warm evening is their Bibim Naengmyeon ($16) that sees chewy, flavourful and refreshing cold noodles. Pair your mains with rice or fill up on their free-flow banchan— standouts include the macaroni and the fishcakes!
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One of my favourite Korean restaurant, consistent quality with great service! Chicken broth, chicken, root vegetables, red chilli, glass noodles, kimchi, Korean spicy sauce served with 2 bowls of rice. Rice can be exchanged to more glass noodles and there's soup refill, both foc! The broth is so thick and delicious, springy glass noodles and generous amount of chicken! Around $40.9 (before GST) for this and all worth it!

Round up the gang and prepare to get your hands dirty at this Korean joint in Suntec City. Get their Deep Fried Chicken ($3.90 for one, $11 for three, $21 for 6) that comes in five different flavours — garlic, soya sauce, sweet & sour, spicy, and honey glaze. Expect super crisp batter that breaks apart to reveal tender and juicy meat. If you only have space for one, go for the spicy flavour that carries quite a punch whilst being the perfect combination of sweet and savoury!
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Drop by this casual dining spot on Tanjong Pagar Road for authentic Korean grub. Order their famous Jjajangmyeon ($12, $2 for more noodles) for soft noodles bathed in a luscious sweet and salty black bean sauce. Otherwise, opt for the soupier but equally delicious Jamppong ($14) that sees noodles in a spicy seafood broth that is incredibly addictive. For larger groups, fill the table with their delectable Ginseng Chicken Soup ($18), Seafood Spring Onion Pancake ($20) and Steam Egg ($5). To avoid waiting, come during off peak hours.
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The Japanese omelette is fluffy and perfectly cooked. I'll definitely be back for more!

Totally why we came to the place! Very buttery toast with cha thai/kaya sauce by the side. Somewhat reminds me of On Lok Yun in Bangkok!

The toast is mighty fluffy and soft, only lightly buttered but undoubtedly crisp. The deal breaker though is still the stunning rich and thick dips provided. The kaya-like pandan or the fragrant Thai tea, you can't go wrong with either.

Easily found in any Thai restaurant around, I've never been particularly impressed with this simple dish of Kai Lan with Roasted Pork till I tried Cha Thai's rendition. Huge generous slabs of roast pork, lean yet moist, boasting a wonderful crackling; stir-fried with crunchy green leaves and lots of garlic. Besides the obviously superb meat, I was especially pleased at how the sauce merely coats the ingredients, keeping the dish light while delicious. Very unlike most that come swimming in a starchy sauce!

The creamy crab roll came with a coconut curry sauce loaded with lots of shredded crab meat. Rather than being spicy, the curry is aromatic and fragrant due to the generous amount of coconut. With the usage of crab meat, you can also taste the sweetness in the curry! The fried spring rolls were very crispy and the crunchy crackling bite went very well with the curry.

They were not kidding when they said that premium tiger prawns are used in this claypot, and probably explains the price tag of it. The prawns were so huge that it made us feel full after having it. Slits are also made the body of the prawn to allow the flavor to soak through. The fat and extremely meaty prawns were very enjoyable as the sweetness permeates throughout your mouth as you bite onto it. The sauce is seasoned with spices, ginger, pepper and spring onion that brings out the herb-y yet aromatic flavor, all nicely coated onto the glass noodles! This is good to be shared amongst 4 pax!

*Slurps* This dish was recommended in their menu. It was delicious, especially the roast pork that came with the rice had a very nice texture; it was juicy and crispy at the same time. *love*. We ordered: Tom Yum Soup (S$ 28) and Thai Train Fried Rice (S$ 16). Total bill inclusive service charge and GST: S$51.80 Verdict: Definitely will return to try other dishes. #burpple #burpplesg #chathai

Had this 1-1 boat noodle from Burpple promotion.
Portion is quite big, worth a try.