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133 New Bridge Road
#02-35 Chinatown Point
Singapore 059413

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Friday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
01:30pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
01:30pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

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Huang Yeon has opened their second outlet in Chinatown Point that attract the lunch crowd for their very valued lunch set.

I was shocked with the portion which was consider a lot to me, even as a heavy eater. For every lunch set you even entitled for unlimited flow of salad.

Each lunch set also comes with the side dishes and all of this for only $12++.

The pork itself was marinated well and every accompany dishes have their own unique taste and mix well together.

A veryyy hearty and filling lunch set!! Really appreciate how many items is included in this (main, rice, soup, side dishes, kimchi, drink and free-flow salad bar!) Love how flavourful and spicy the pork is and how earthy and nutty the rice is 😌 Great variety of banchans that I enjoyed as well!

Korean rendition of my favorite egg dish, Chawanmushi <3 ($8.80) except this one is better because its so much bigger and the sight of the hot stock bubbling over the edges of the pot is so much more appetite-whetting than a tiny teacup 😂

Its really light-tasting, almost bland. Almost to the point where I can't tell its made from egg and I settled with enjoying the light, fluffy texture with the kimchi and some of the other banchans.

But this is really my first time trying this egg dish, so I'm not sure its supposed to be this bland or whether it was just this restaurant's recipe. Still, quite a good appetizer to go along with a heavy meaty meal :)

6/10

See that big piece of beef ($30)? Oh yeah. :3 Also ordered the garlic chicken which came with two huge slabs of chicken thigh ($20) marinated with tons of garlic.

I think the portions were reasonable but I wished the meats could have been more flavorful. Perhaps its the fact that a gas rather than charcoal plate was used, but while the meat was tender I found myself wishing it was more juicy and had more of that meaty, gamey flavor. Very thankful to the helpful staff who helped cook and cut up the meats. 😊

Still, the free-flow banchans were pretty good. I liked that the kimchi was not too spicy. :) Anddddd they have a free flow salad bar accessible to all customers wow!! That meant watermelon slices, carrot sticks, lettuce leaves, tomato and lots of other goodies to dress up that meat and balance out the protein-heavy meal. Also much-needed free flow water and barley tea.

Certainly not regretting the newly-discovered part of me that likes Korean food. :3

7/10

Ssul Lung Tang is a milky beef soup made from broth that has been simmered for hours with beef legs bones. The soup however turned out to be rather light and unflavourful as compared to the thick-richness I was hoping to get. Other than some brisket pieces and sweet potato noodles in the soup, it was too "qing" but comforting at the very least.

Deeeelicious, Value For Money & Pretty authentic korean Food In Chinatown!! I Think this has to be My New Favourite Korean Restaurant! My Seafood Stew Came Bubbling Hot With Lots Of Seafood! Sides Were good As Well And we could get free flow salad from the salad bar too! What I really liked was the smaller portions of seafood pancake - just right for 2 persons for ($8 ish). Usually at other korean restaurants we have to order a large pancake for around $20 and try to stuff down the extras! Will defo defo come again!

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