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Between 2-5pm there is 50% off their appetizers and desserts! We got the classic spicy tteokbokki which was just nice, not too spicy. The gochujang taste was strong and sweet. The Ko Ko Pop bingsoo has chocolate icecream, coca powder and chocolate rice krisp. Their shaved ice is really soft and already has the milk incorporated in it. For a 50% off, I can't complain about anything 🤪

The meat was good especially the beef! The beef was my favourite. The hot pan keeps your food warm so you can enjoy it for a decent period of time!

Weekday Dinner Set (S$18.90++):
Jjambbong + 3 kimchi mandu (dumplings) + free-flow drink + free-flow side dishes

Spicy seafood soup comes with cabbage, clams, mussel, prawns and octopus. The soup tastes very pepperish, it also felt like there was a significant amount of MSG added to it.
(S$15.50++ - ala carte)

I like the kimchi mandu (dumplings). Filled with kimchi and minced pork, very appetizing. Eat it while it’s still steaming hot.
(S$5.50++ - ala carte)

Mediocre at best.. Pork belly itself was quite crispy and eggs were fluffy but somehow the dish didn’t come together nicely. The sauce was also too salty. This dish was around $16 aft gst and service which I don’t think was worth it at all.

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Had the choice to get one protein + 5 different toppings + base and sauce. The prices differ over which protein you got. I had the seared tuna ($11.90) and it was pretty yummy! Interesting cause we were supposed to add desired sauce, and shake it before eating.

Had Beef Bimbibap with additional onsen Egg.There are a few sauces on the table which you can add on as many as you would like.

Tasted better than the average Bimbibap at the foodcourt. Staff were very friendly too

Would recommend here for a highly cheap and good and fuss free meal in Suntec

Hidden gem found at clementi. Ordered the kimchi soup and seafood pancake which was very tasty and homely. Very value for money korean fare. Service was good as well. Will definitely come back again!

Jjamppong is a spicy seafood noodle soup, and it comes with so much fresh seafood - mussels, clams, squid and prawns (!!) The noodles here are the same ones used in their signature Jjajangmyeon, which are very chewy and springy. I love how the seafood broth is spicy and flavourful. I highly recommend ordering both Jjajangmyeon and Jjamppong to share! Plus, the Jjamppong portion is huge!! 😍

O.BBa Jjajang serves Korean-Chinese food, and their Jjajangmyeon is one of the best I’ve had in Singapore! 😋 It’s really authentic and I love how the noodles are springy and chewy. The black soybean paste is starchy and sweet, and contains meat chunks and onions. You have to order the jjajangmyeon here! This is one of my go-to places for Korean food and a major plus point is that they open till 2am every day, which is perfect for supper!

While at Wisma Atria: Burger+ or Omakase Burger? The burgers at Oma are slightly better; the sides are same same (fries are not that crunchy); Burger+ has a much longer menu (including yummy but numbingly-spicy Yangnyeom Korean chicken, bulgogi hot dogs, etc); service is significantly better at Burger+; and prices are slightly lower at Burger+. If you’re really particular about your burgers, you might sneak in a takeaway Oma burger and eat at Burger+, otherwise just go to Burger+ lah. They could have catered to the US and North Korean delegations to the Trump-Kim summit in Sentosa!

While at Wisma Atria: Burger+ or Omakase Burger? The burgers at Oma are slightly better; the sides are same same (fries are not that crunchy); Burger+ has a much longer menu (including yummy but numbingly-spicy Yangnyeom Korean chicken, bulgogi hot dogs, etc); service is significantly better at Burger+; and prices are slightly lower at Burger+. If you’re really particular about your burgers, you might sneak in a takeaway Oma burger and eat at Burger+, otherwise just go to Burger+ lah. They could have catered to the US and North Korean delegations to the Trump-Kim summit in Sentosa!

We avoided the peak-hour crowd and got to discover a number of their tasty dishes today.
Their Army stew mini-pot was small but packed with the familiar ingredients. Tasting good, we liked that it was sized for a single serving too.
Their Korean seafood pancake was a hit too. Crispy as desired and soft inside with lots of seafood. The fluffy steamed egg came looking awesome with piping hot steam. It certainly tasted great too with a distinct “Wok Hei”. For grilled meat, their Kalbi was flavourful and served with rice for a complete meal.
With a succinct menu featuring popular elements of Korean cuisines, we would return to satisfy our craving for Korean food.

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