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Seafood Rapokki

$22.00 Β· 15 Reviews

Wishlist this contemporary Korean joint along Tan Quee Lan street for a laidback date night. The menu offers tapas-style plates made for sharing, such as the tender and juicy bone-in L.A Style Black Angus Kalbi ($26) and the spicy-sweet glazed Dak Kang Jung (crispy chicken tenders, $18). On mains, the cheesy Seafood Rapokki ($22) is a good choice as well, best paired with a refreshing Yuzu Makgeoli ($22).
Photo by Burppler Emma Fangs

All my favorite ingredients are found under a blanket of melted mozzarella. Expect a treasure trove of ramyeon and chewy topokki along with an array of fresh seafood like shrimp mussels, squid, and Korean fishcake. The bubbling gochujang-based sauce for the stew was rich and not too spicy, perfect for those adverse to heat β€’
πŸ“: @joobarsg
πŸš‚: Bugis
πŸ’°: $30-40 without drinks
βš–οΈ: Go with a group so you try more things!

A veritable seafood feast lying in wait under a bubbling, piping hot sweet and spicy gochujang based stew and stringy, chewy mozarella. Dig in to discover ramyeon, toppokki, shrimp clam, black mussel, and squid simmering under the rich and deeply umami sauce. I'm heading back just to order this.

This was a hosted tasting by @joobarsg, thanks @geekyelephant for the invite!

Taste: 4.5/5

5 munchies: All my favourite ingredients are hidden under that slab of melted mozzarella – ramyeon, topokki, shrimp, clams, mussels, squid, and Korean fishcake. The sweet and spicy gochujang-based sauce for the stew was so rich, so tasty. I went to seventh heaven after having this with Joo Bar's warm kimchi with mangalista pork belly and a jug of organic makgeolli!

This was a hosted meal by Joo Bar; many thanks to Man for the warm hospitality and Eleanor for extending the invitation!

5 munchies: All my favourite ingredients are hidden under that slab of melted mozzarella – ramyeon, topokki, shrimp, clams, mussels, squid, and Korean fishcake. The sweet and spicy gochujang-based sauce for the stew was so rich, so tasty. I went to seventh heaven after having this with Joo Bar's warm kimchi with mangalista pork belly and a jug of organic makgeolli!

This was a hosted meal by Joo Bar; many thanks to Man for the warm hospitality and Eleanor for extending the invitation!

Ramyeon, topokki and lots of seafood in a sweet and spicy gochujang-based stew. I like how it's more watery than other rapokkis that I've had so it doesn't get gelat! The abundance of seafood also enhanced its flavor profile. And lastly, topping it off with some stringy melted cheesy mozzarella!

Beneath a generous amount of cheese are the regular patrons of Korean cuisines: rice cake, ramyeon, seafood, not to forget, the Korean chili sauce. The bowl is surprisingly addictive and goes well with the sojurita. Banger and mash is just what it is, I'd suggest to go for other dishes (cues Kimchi Mac and Cheese) instead.

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Like a pot of treasure teeming with all sorts of goodies – shrimp, mussels, clams, Korean fishcake, rice cakes and QQ ramyun luxuriating in a rich gochujang-based sauce. And the best part? A blanket of cheese that melts into the stew, making it even more irresistible.