3 Temasek Boulevard
#01-641/642 Suntec City Mall
Singapore 038983

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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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Plus points for the fact that the staff would grill the meat for you hehe. Was slightly disappointed at the side dishes tho because was mostly veggie (not sure if they ran out of other stuff or if it’s on a rotational basis). Some dishes were sold out for the day too :( Recommend to head over for lunch instead for higher chances of menu variety!! Nevertheless, still a 10/10 place for Korean food😋
• Kkot Sal - beef ($38/160g)
• Haemul Pa Jeon ($35)
• Marinated Samgyupsal - Soy Sauce ($25)
• Marinated Samgyupsal - Spicy Sauce ($25)
• Sundubu Jjigae ($18)
• Japchae ($23)
• Peach Soju ($12)
• Rice ($2)

But this time w parents so we kind of managed to order more (?) 😂A definite must order is their japchae!! Even my dad approve of this place and he is not a fan of Korean food except for the maggi-ramen noodles😂 so says alot about this place!! The spicy seafood platter was so spicy but shiok! (I don’t eat spicy food but this is an exception) The portions here are HUGE and even comes w a variety of free flow sides!!
• Haemul Tteok-jjim ($30++)
• Haemul Sundubu ($11.95)
• Japchae ($19.95)

Don’t be fooled by its unassuming appearance - beneath the towering mountain of veggies lies an even greater behemoth: a densely stacked pile of fatty mouthwatering bulgogi! Even after we mixed everything (an arduous and messy task) and the veggies shrunk, we had much difficulty keeping everything within the hot pot dish 😂 A touch of oyster sauce added flavor to the fresh components of greens, sprouts, and oyster, shiitake and enoki mushrooms! All in all, an unforgettable Korean hot pot, one of the best I’ve ever tasted. Make sure to bring along 2 friends or risk falling into a food coma like me! 😂


Love this and will totally be back!!! For $18, it serves a piping hot bowl of soup with chunky, yummy meat, just right for this cold weather. The serving of meat is generous. Plus ordering the lunch set gives free flow of side dishes. We also ordered the seafood pancake that is rich with spring onion, it is slightly different from the usual as it is thicker and taste more like flour. Also, it is good for lunch for its ambience and spaciousness!

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Ordered signature dish, woosamyeop but it was overcooked by staff. Kkot sal, it was raw inside but burnt outside. Beef was cook very unevenly and tasted like rubber. Paid $100 for rubbish food. Worst KBBQ ever visit!

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Ideal for our forever summer weather, Bornga’s Naeng Myun is just the dish to beat the heat. A tad apprehensive at first as I didn’t enjoy the mul-naengmyun I had in Seoul a couple years back, their rendition was surprising good - having the right amount of mustard sauce and splash of vinegar to give it a pleasant piquant and tangy finish. Prepared typically with beef broth and “radish water kimchi” broth, the clear, icy-cold base was refreshingly sweet. The added textures from the shredded pear, crunchy cucumber, pickled radish, boiled egg, thin beef slices atop the small mountain of chewy buckwheat noodles and even the bits of ice; really enhanced the whole experience with all the elements harmonized. Also doubling up as a palate cleanser, the slurping-good bowl was the perfect ending after a satisfying yet hot, greasy barbecue.

This was a hosted meal.