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Absolutely loved the vibe of this place. I had specifically mentioned to the staff that we are first timers in trying the Korean BBQ. The staff was so helpful in grilling the meat and changing the grills. They also suggested us what beer and Soju goes best with the BBQ meat. What a great experience!

Absolutely loved the vibe of this place. I had specifically mentioned to the staff that we are first timers in trying the Korean BBQ. The staff was so helpful in grilling the meat and changing the grills. They also suggested us what beer and Soju goes best with the BBQ meat. What a great experience!

I went here because of the opening promotion but overall services and experience was good. I like the variety of side dish (not sure if this is consistent with the other branches).

For side dish, I like their potato and coleslaw salad, carbonara and the chicken. I like their beef also. Super b😍

This particular set came with cuts of beef loin, beef sirloin and beef top blade. Also comes with a soup (kimchi/tofu/soybean), steamed egg, and the usual sides that comes with Korean restaurants. Meat was fresh, marinated nicely, and I liked how the staff would occasionally drop by to help cut up and cook the meat. They were polite and professional despite facing a huge workload on Valentines Day. Kimchi soup was alright, steamed egg was amazing. Overall it's pretty good authentic Korean cuisine. This set is good for 2 big eaters, maybe a group of 3 would be just nice. Would return again.

Nice side dishes served at the restaurant. The pancake didnt look very delicious but turned out to be pretty good. The naengmyeon wasn't very flavorful. Noodles were very chewy though.

I wouldn’t say this place is very affordable, but service is great and food is pretty decent! The waitress helped us cook our meats and while she burnt our last meat dish a bit, we still appreciated them helping us cook our meat and topping up our banchan timely. The chicken feet was surprisingly good, but devilishly spicy. Love the potato salad and kimchi too! One down side here is that the army stew was quite salty.

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Hae-Mul-Pajeon(海鮮チヂミ) $24
O-Sam-Bul-Go-Gi
(イカと豚肉の甘辛炒め)$35
Steamed Egg $6
Tok-Man-Du-Guk
(水餃子と餅入りスープ) $16

ライス、ソフトドリンク等も頼んで1家族$100〜$120でKoreanディナーが子連れで楽しめました。

新年会のディナーは韓国料理を。

我が家は家族で韓国料理を食べるのは初めてでしたが、4歳の息子も焼肉の他にもスチームエッグと水餃子とお餅のスープが気に入ってよく食べました。

韓国焼肉はお店の人が焼いてくれるので子連れでも忙しくなく楽しめるのもいいですね。

個人的にはチーズダッカルビが美味しかったな〜。

とにかくメニューが豊富で、韓国料理に詳しい友達曰く、シンガポールではなかなか食べられないメニューもあるそうで興奮しておりました。

お得なランチメニューもあって、友達が言う珍しいメニューも含まれていたので、これは再訪必須。

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Popped by @joahkoreanrestaurant at One Raffles Place for a Korean fix. It gets really crowded after noon on weekdays so be sure to come early to avoid the lunch crowd!
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Swipe left to check out some of the items we had:
▪️Ginseng Chicken Soup with Licorice and other herbs
▪️Seafood Beancurd Soup with Spicy Silken Tofu and Clams
▪️Grilled Saba Fish- Not bad at all!
▪️Jap Chae
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📍1 Raffles Place #03-21/22 Singapore 048616
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Thanks @joahkoreanrestaurant @vincentfoodstagram for having me 🥰
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I could smell instant noodle soup base when this was set on my table. Hoping I was wrong, I took a small sip. Yep, it tasted a lot like korean instant noodles. Not expecting that, I was disappointed. Ingredients wise, it didn’t let me down. A few small prawns, quite a lot of sotong slices and really a lot of clams/cockles (I couldn’t tell the difference). Egg was well beaten inside the stew with big pcs of soft tofu. Quite spicy.

I really like Hoho Korean’s rendition of the seafood pancake. It is cooked till crispy and is studded with prawns, squid, clams albeit the tiny frozen types sold in the supermarkets. It is served with a killer umami dip topped with chives and sesame seeds. The pancake tends to be a little greasy but is soooo good I can finish the whole thing on my own in one sitting. Enough said.

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Hoho Korean at Sunset Way never fails to impress with its authentic home cooked Korean dishes. This seafood jjampong boasted incredibly fresh seafood with springy noodles. This bowl doesn’t come cheap though. It costs a whopping $28.

I guess their star banchan. But this visit it didn't come automatically so we were a bit disappointed.

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