1 Fusionopolis Place
#01-35/36 Galaxis
Singapore 138522

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11:00am - 03:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

11:00am - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

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Second visit at Daehwa as I was craving for some vegetarian Korean food! You can trust Daehwa for yummy Korean food that taste just like the original non-vegetarian versions :)

Army stew was a bit costly as it was recommended for 2 pax ($42) but it came with a lot of ingredients! Instant noodles, enoki mushroom, Chinese mushroom, sweet potato noodles, vegetarian hotdogs and luncheon meat, tofu, kimchi, and a slice of cheese. Flavour was on point 💯 and we were definitely v full by the end! Our order also came with free flow banchan and 2 bowls of brown rice.

It was really rare to find a Vegetarian Korean shop that sells a wide range of dishes and I am honestly impressed. Tried the kimchi pancake and bibimbap. Really love how the dishes are packed with alternative forms of protein!

Tastes similar to the real deal despite it being vegetarian/vegan! Daehwa is pretty awesome for offering a wide range of vegetarian-friendly Korean dishes, at really affordable prices.

Their army stew comes with the classic instant noodles, mock sausages and luncheon meat, enoki mushroom, rice cakes, kimchi, and a bowl of purple rice. Just the right amount of spice, for you to slurp and enjoy. Highly recommended!

Besides, the restaurant also serves you really good banchan (Korean side dishes). Please try the sweet potato!

Or it might even be vegan! Daehwa serves a plethora of vegetarian Korean dishes which taste pretty similar to the real deal. Just like the kimchi pancake over here :)

Conveniently located right beside one-north MRT station. Restaurant has a nice, cosy ambience. Dishes are affordable and serving size is quite generous. Heard that the restaurant also employs workers with special needs so that is really nice!

Back here and am actually pretty impressed once again how their soups tasted so legit without any meat / onion / garlic!!!! And actually I prefer ordering the small soups to share rather than getting the huge sharing budaejiggae ($42) - always too much for us!! Good meal :-) got the tangsukyuk this time round (they used fried mushrooms) which was well fried without being too oily but I still like the kimchi pancake best

Kimchi Soup but so very tasty u can’t imagine that it’s pure vegetarian .