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Burpple Guides, Korean BBQ, BBQ Best Places for BBQ & Grills in Singapore 2017 Ahhh... barbecue. When it comes to meats, we can't think of a tastier way to enjoy them than grilled, smoky and sporting an appetising char, which led us to this week's guide on the best grills and barbies in Singapore. Quite naturally, there are one too many spots for Korean barbecue and Thai mookata (it's a very tough fight!), but we've also spiced things up with places for authentic Japanese yakiniku, including a stellar place in Boat Quay, and a rustic eatery in Foch Road for atmospheric Vietnamese barbecue. Ready, set, grill!
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Ordered the army stew $38 and the pork bbq set $58 to share with 8 of us. There is complimentary side dishes and unlimited refills. I love how great the pork taste!! Especially the marinated pork. The pork was of great quality and fresh. Army stew is succulent with many ingredients. Will come back again. #burpple

Fav doenjang jjigae ❤️ Very flavourful and thick soup

$14-$16 depends on the meat choice

Very mediocre dining bbq buffet experience at this place.

The side dishes were decent, while the soup was pretty good. However, given that the bbq meats were really off the mark, I’m forced to give this place a subpar rating, despite the reasonable price.

The meats were either strange in flavour or really bland, probably contributed by the unusual bbq cooking method - steel plate lined with baking paper with very weak fire. The meat tasted as though they were boiled in plain water and not barbecued like they are supposed to.

Will not recommend this place to anyone for their bbq, if you’re forced to eat here maybe you’ll have more luck with their ala cart stews.

Had the 2 pax set meal for $45++ and need I mention the happy hour asahi black for $6.50 till 8pm

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Keep calm and have more MEAT! On Wednesdays, Gyu-Kaku (@GyukakuSingapore) serves EXTRA 30% of meat and rice for all rice bowls during weekday lunch. Best known for its barbeque beef, I instinctively went for the BBQ Beef Don ($14). Those large slices of beef are well-marinated in Japanese sweet-savoury soy sauce and grilled to perfection, imagine every bite of that tender beef coated with caramelized sauce. 😋

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Recommendations:
- Eggplant
- Tau pok
- Bacon with Lychee
- Stingray

Had dinner buffet, 10% sounds good but it is way overpriced to start with compared to CBD kbbq buffet... little variety of meat to choose from, no cooked food, drinks are separate but they provide you plain water & other drinks at your own expenses. Fruit (orange only) not fresh. Bad experience sorry.

They have black pepper, spicy and garlic) - steamboat items (standard items like hotdog, crabstick, fishcake, cheese tofu)
- veg (golden mushroom, cabbage, lettuce, quail egg, maggi and glass noodle)
- drinks

What i like about here is that they really segment the different sections very clearly.
And as the name of the stall speaks, they have melted cheese in a small compartment beside the pot for us to dip our prized items in it.
The soup waa rather clear and tasteless. U need to have meat going on at the grill for the juice to drop into the soup, enhancing the flavor

Overall, it was quite worth is for the price!

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$32.90 per pax for weekend

There are a total of 5 sections

- seafood (crayfish, squid, prawn, flower crab, oyster and salmon)
- meat (3 different flavor of pork, beef and chicken. They have black pepper, spicy and garlic)
- steamboat items (standard items like hotdog, crabstick, fishcake, cheese tofu)
- veg (golden mushroom, cabbage, lettuce, quail egg, maggi and glass noodle)
- drinks

What i like about here is that they really segment the different sections very clearly.

And as the name of the stall speaks, they have melted cheese in a small compartment beside the pot for us to dip our prized items in it.

The soup waa rather clear and tasteless. U need to have meat going on at the grill for the juice to drop into the soup, enhancing the flavor

Overall, it was quite worth is for the price!

Overall dining experience was not bad even during lunch hours when it was a litte crowded. Price was affordable and sides were not bad, korean rice cake however was a little too soft for my liking☹️ but they had sides such as japchae and carbonara💯😍 overall would rate it a 7/10 in terms of food, ambience, service etc!!

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Their simple setting with red wood furniture was typical of those we’d visited before. Conversations amongst Korean patrons added to the authentic feel.
Their menu offered a wide range of Korean cuisines, from BBQ meat, pancakes, noodles, fried chicken to stews and soups. Depending of whether you order beef or pork, they’d set up the charcoal or hot pan grill for the best grill effects. We had both which we enjoyed especially with our soju.
Our Jajangmyeon was also tasty, smooth and flavourful. Kimchi cheese pancake was a nice variation from the usual. We warmed it over the grill and felt it tasted even better.
Dining at ChoWon Garden was enjoyable from their food as well as comfortable setting that wasn’t cramped like some others’.

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