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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!

Newly open yet disappointing... We enter the place and search for our own seat, we even notice a family of 4 was waiting to be seated but no one approach to serve them and they left...

We ordered the burpple deal, we ordered the large Kimchi soup ($28.80) and large spicy stir pork belly which is lower in value ($28.00).. But came in small portion for the spicy pork... The Kimchi was so diluted that it just taste bland, and spicy pork belly is like so fatty and many small chuck of pork dump in and stir fried.

The waitress is an Indian who seems like do not understand English very well too, the shop is literally has only 1 staff handling the whole shop... She even forget to serve our side dish...

Was a very unpleasant dinner experience with come n joy.

You can choose between chicken tenders and half chicken, we went for the half chicken. The meat was a little dry but the cheese and 4 different types of sauces make up for that. Honestly not the best korean fried chicken but the highlight of this hotplate definitely is the cheese. The set comes with 3 drinks but honestly we felt that the amount of food is good to share with even just 2 people.

One of my favourite pizzas in Singapore! The pizza dough is made with green tea and is so soft and chewy, healthier too!

Strangely enough, this Kimchi Bay Pizza doesn’t come with kimchi, which is good because I don’t like kimchi!

Remember to order fried chicken when you are here too!

Feature Rabboki.
Springy instant noodle with sweet and spicy gochujang sauce, served with rice cakes, Korean fish cakes, flavoured soft-boiled eggs and savoury cheese. 💰$7.9
📍Jinjja Chicken.
Northpoint City Outlet.
930 Yishun Avenue 2, #01-45.

Good for sharing. Really like the soy sauce marinated chicken

Jinjja Chicken is different as the place & decor is simple. No frills cafe setting. Location is excellent, just few shops away from Bugis Street entrance & opposite Bugis Junction Mall. Is really a must try! Alot of variety of korean food. Ranging from jjajangmyeon to kimbap and to chicken wings. Fusion food such as kimchi fries, burgers and such. Their pricing is very affordable and the taste is really good!

Simply love their finger licking good wings! I try their Soy Garlic and Yangnyeom wings and they are fabulous. The taste is not just the outside or skin of the chicken, it sips through inside the meat. I recommend yangneom flavour for the chicken wing. It is a little spicy only and if you can't take spicy, the soy flavour is not spicy at all. To differentiate them, the Yangnyeom (spicy) has black sesame seeds while the Soy Garlic has white sesame seeds!

Tried their jjajangmyeon and jjampong set too and it was really good. Jjajjangmyeon is good for those who prefers non-spicy noodles. Jjampong is spicy so you actually get the best of both world in a set of half jjampong and half jjajang. 

For people who prefer rice can try their bibimbap. A bed of rice lies at the bottom of your bowl and a plethora of minced chicken, carrots, cucumber, kimchi, seaweed, egg and some sauce on top. So you mix it all up and dig in! Tasty!

I simply in love with their Seafood Mandu too. The Mandu has a great crispy exterior that you’re gonna love chomping down on to get that great crisp. Inside this little parcel of yumminess is prawns and chives. It comes with soy-sesame sauce drizzled over it and it is an absolutely perfect pairing and addictive.

The tteobokki and fries is recommended too. Tteobokki has a little bit of a hard n chewy texture, served with sauce that is quite spicy. Really good!

I decided to give this newly opened restaurant that is tucked away in a corner in Millennia walk a try thanks to Burrple 1 for 1 deal. I was craving for some Korean fries chicken and this seems like the perfect place for that. The chicken came in enormous portions and as such soy garlic sauce can also be found on the fried chicken chicken. The interior of the chicken was rather bland even though it's soft. Also, the marination could be better as the chicken was a tad too salty. Overall, I would say it's still an eatery worth visiting!

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There is this saying that you should order pancake at a Korean restaurant if you would like to gauge how authentic it is. As easy as it looks, the trick lies in getting a batter that isn't too thick so that it could be crispy on the outside and yet still noisy and soft on the inside. I felt that this pancake has met my expectation but it would be better if it were a little crispier on the surface.

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A very homely Korean restaurant that offers a HUGE variety of dishes for each category: hotplate, pancake, bbq meats, stew, noodles, etc etc. This was the large black bean sauce noodles ($25, good for 2 pax). It was filled with flavour and the sauce was appetizing, with a generous portion of potato, onions, prawns and squid.

We also got a chance to try the Beef Bulgogi Burger and I’m amazed by how tender the patty was! And the pairing of pickles and kimchi helps you clean your palate and gets it ready for another beefy mouthful. Pretty awesome stuff.