92/94 Telok Ayer Street
#01-01 Far East Square
Singapore 048472

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11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm


11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:30pm - 10:00pm

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Finally satisfied our craving for jjajangmyeon after seeing it appearing numerous times in korean dramas! The noodle was chewy with generous amount of black bean sauce, onions and meat. We also ordered the jjampong, which comes with the same yellow chewy noodle as the jjajangmyeon. We loved how the broth was flavorful and not overly spicy! These two bowls of simple dish have brought back such fond memories for us, got reminded of the meals we had during our exchange in South Korea ☺️

Celebrated a birthday here, first time at a korean chinese place with jjajangmyeon filled with lots of onions with tangy black bean sauce. Theres a lot of similarities in korean and chinese food, and the marriage of them here pays tribute to the best of them

Got the $12 one, though I recommend to go for the $15 one if you prefer more meat!

Didn't expect it to look like this but it was so good that i couldn't stop eating. Tasted even better with the ketchup. Must try the zha jiang mian as well! Very well done.

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Black Bean Noodles, a popular dish shown in Korean TV dramas. Finally I tried one in Singapore that I actually enjoy it. 😍 I have never try the korea version but I do see a lot of Korean eating in this restaurant.
Swipe 👉 to see the noodles after I mixed it up.
Korean Chinese Restaurant
📞6327 9036
📧[email protected]
🌏 www.dongfanghong.com.sg
📍92 Telok Ayer Street #01-01, Far East Square

Have been eyeing to try this place even before my Korea winter programme and now that I'm starting to crave for Korean food (after a whole month of it), finally found a reason to come here! Noodles were chewy and black bean sauce generous with onions and minced meat. Would have liked a stronger and slightly sweeter sauce though! Also, the plates of sweet and sour pork that kept coming out from the kitchen looked so appetising, I'll keep a mental note to try that in future!


Chinese Korean cuisine? Korean Chinese cuisine? I never knew such a thing existed till Burppler Hwans Lim brought us for lunch at a favourite restaurant of hers that served it.
We ordered two kinds of noodles and this plate of "Sweet & Sour Pork" to share. Their version of the pork dish took me by surprise as it didn't come with the usual bright orangey-red sauce. Instead, what coated the chunks of light and crunchy fried meat was a pale yellow sticky syrup. Hence, the typical tomato sauce flavour was absent but I didn't miss it at all. In fact, I rather liked this version more.