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Who can resist a good kimchi pancake? I always crave for @wangdaebakbbq kimchi pancake because it’s just so good! So crispy and flavorful!

Nestled within the neighbourhood of Toa Payoh, @michinkoreanbbqtpy offers wallet-friendly 90-min KBBQ + Hotpot Buffet that features over 5️⃣0️⃣ different food items - fresh seafood🦐🦀🦑, marinated meats🍖, vegetables🥬 & various hotpot ingredients. For hotpot, you can choose from a variety of soup bases - Seaweed, Kimchi, Mala, Tom Yum, Clam & Collagen😋👍!

👉SGD17.80/pax on Mondays - Thursdays
👉SGD19.80/pax on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, eve of PH & PH

For a complete buffet experience😉, be sure to top-up another SGD9.90/pax to enjoy unlimited servings of premium meats and seafood such as Wagyu Yakiniku Slice, USA Beef Short Ribs, Iberico Pork Collar, Mud/Flower Crab, Slipper Lobster, Crawfish & even Mantis Shrimp!

And of course, drinking bubble tea from @robot_bubble_tea while KBBQing made everything so much more enjoyable😊. If interested, you can simply DM or WhatsApp 97433529 for orders.

Thanks @laoniangagency for the invite💌 and @michinkoreanbbqtpy @robot_bubble_tea for having me!

📍Michin Korean BBQ & Hotpot
18 Toa Payoh Lorong 7 01-232, S310018

4.5⭐ One of my preferred Korean BBQ in SG because Seorae use charcoal grill, the other is Wang Dae Bak. Managed to book a month ago 50% Eatigo discount slot for 2 pax today at 5pm. The Eatigo discount is applicable for ala carte menu except drinks, topping and set. I wanted to try their beef after eating their pork more than a year ago (also booked the 50% Eatigo slot). We had the wagyu beef boneless ribs and it is really what the menu describe as melt in your mouth. We keep nodding our head when savouring the cooked wagyu beef, it's simply heavenly. WB chose the garlic pork skirt meat again as he preferred less fatty meat. The pork skirt meat is rare as each pig only produce 250g and was reserved for the Korean royalties in the past.
#Seorae #WagyuJinkkotsal #GarlicGalmaegisal #Eatigo

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4.5⭐ One of my preferred Korean BBQ in SG because Seorae use charcoal grill, the other is Wang Dae Bak. Managed to book a month ago 50% Eatigo discount slot for 2 pax today at 5pm. The Eatigo discount is applicable for ala carte menu except drinks, topping and set. I wanted to try their beef after eating their pork more than a year ago (also booked the 50% Eatigo slot). We had the wagyu beef boneless ribs and it is really what the menu describe as melt in your mouth. We keep nodding our head when savouring the cooked wagyu beef, it's simply heavenly. WB chose the garlic pork skirt meat again as he preferred less fatty meat. The pork skirt meat is rare as each pig only produce 250g and was reserved for the Korean royalties in the past.
#Seorae #WagyuJinkkotsal #GarlicGalmaegisal #Eatigo

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Revisited Obba Jjajang after two to three years. Am on my hunt to try more Korean Chinese food. So if you got any favourites, let me know!

Obba Jjajang is probably one of the better places to get your jjajangmyeon at an affordable price point.

Jjajangmyeon is essentially noodles with thin slices of pork belly, onions and chunjang - a thick, gooey sweet bean sauce. Enjoyed every bit of it from the sweet, savoury sauce to the generous bits of diced pork in every bite.

Stir the noodles quickly before it gets all clumpy. The portions are big. You may want to share this with a friend. I was too hungry to take a photo of how it looks after we stirred the noodles.

Am on my hunt to try more Korean Chinese food. So if you got any favourites, let me know!

JJAMPONG - a Korean seafood soup with chilli powder.

Obba Jjajang is probably one of the better places to get your jjampong and jjajangmyeon at an affordable price point.

Can you believe it that this is my second jjampong in my entire lifetime? So what you can expect is a HUGE BOWL of noodles is an abundance of prawns, mussels, clams and squid. For greens you get some pak choy, chives and onions.

The mildly spicy seafood soup was delicious and rich in seafood flavour. A comforting treat for the soul.

Used the 1-1 burpple deal for the main and i must say both dishes were great. The portion for saikoro steak was pretty small for its price without discount but overall the sauce was very flavourful and the steak is not too tough. For a Mentaiko lover, i approve the taste of the pasta as the fish roe tasted fresh and the Mentaiko is the taste i always tasted.

And we got to enjoy 1-1 beer as it happened to be their happy hour i think. We got the grape and yuzu hite beer and it tasted light as compared to tiger beer. The fruit taste is just a light punch to the beer but it was still a nice drink.

price : $12

a very refreshing bowl of noodles☀️ first time trying and i was pleasantly surprised 😗😗🥰 SUPER CHEWY NOODLES🍜 it’s called cold noodles w/ spicy sauce on their menu if you wna try!!! the spicy sauce isn’t actually that spicy (literally just a hint of spice) so it’s really safe for non-spicy eaters out thr!!! alternatively u could try the cold noodle soup instead! 😛 noodle portion was super generous i was fillled🤰🏻 would say it’s a pretty healthy dish as well? since it it pretty much meat-less 🥒🥒

rate : 9/10✨

Order this when you are here for $18.80 ! Will not disappoint . Soup was substantial with lots of tofu and pork and it tasted homely! Set comes with purple rice and 5 side dishes that were great especially the fried fish! Nice owner as well! The fried jeon platter has some hits and misses but is worth a try for sharing $18.80.

jjajangmyeon was really good!! tastes authentic & portion looked big but didn’t feel enough as I wanted more 😩😋
kimchi pancake was okay only.. was abit too thick for my liking! big portion so recommended to share!

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Located not at Telok Ayer or Tanjong Pagar, Seoul Restaurant is a family-run Korean restaurant housed within Regent Singapore. Not the most common of location to find Korean BBQ, and going to Regent feels like a mini staycation, there’s certainly no grandeur in Seoul Restaurant’s interior setup but what you will feel upon stepping in is going to a Korean home for a meal. You can either opt for the buffet or ala carte which we chose the latter as we were stuffed from lunch, and ordered a portion of the seasoned pork prime-rib with seasoned soy sauce, haemul-pajeon aka seafood pancake and sundubu jjigae. The bill comes up to $90+ for everything and whilst it’s not the cheapest around, it’s still an above-average option to escape from the crowded city and the best part is the ventilation as you don’t feel like a bbq meat yourself after the meal.
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✨ Seoul Restaurant
📍 1 Cuscaden Road, Regent Singapore, Unit 03-02, Singapore 249715
🍴 [Self Funded]

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One of my friend wanted to have Korean food hence she brought us to Tanjong Pagar to try this restaurant. I ordered the Seafood Kimchi Stew with rice ($12) and it was not bad. They also provided complimentary sides which can be top up for free.

Do note that they have lunch and dinner pricing hence need to look at the pages correctly

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