978 Toa Payoh North
#02-01
Singapore 319001

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Tucked away in a coffeeshop amongst the industrial estate in Toa Payoh North, this stall specialises in affordable Korean food. Fuel up with a hearty bowl of Beef Ramyon ($6.90) or choose from their variety of rice bowls, from best-selling Chicken Teriyaki Bowl ($6.50), Bulgogi Pork Bowl ($7.50) and Spicy Kimchi Chicken Bowl ($6.50).

Photo by Burppler Poh Elsen

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Surprisingly good Korean place tucked away in this industrial park area. 7.5 for 2 bowls of well marinated bulgogi pork and kimchi chicken was definitely a steal! Do give this place a visit when you are nearby! Apologies for the empty bowl, gf and I devoured the food because we got really hungry >

Shop is located at the coffeeshop inside the industrial factory, level 2. Utterly disappointed with the attitude of the cashier.

Claimed 2 burpple deals; Spicy Chicken Ramyeon ($5.80), Spicy Pork Ramyeon ($5.80), Spam Ramyeon ($5.80), Spicy Kimchi Chicken Don ($6.60). To be very honest, the ramyeon was worst than homecooked korean instant noodles. The soup has no kimchi taste. The bowl of noodles came with 2 pcs of spring onion, 3 pcs of eomuk, few pcs of meat (chicken/pork/spam) and plenty of carrots.

Wanted to take away the chicken don but the cashier didn't allow because its burpple deal and not ala carte order -.- Awys, there was nothing spicy about the rice bowl. Rice was alot, filled up 3/4 of the bowl, and topped off with a slice of lettuce, broken poached egg and chicken (not spicy).

No intention to return for another visit again.
Overall rating: 2.5/5 🌟
Rice bowl: 3/5 🌟
Ramyeon: 2/5 🌟
Value for money? Not for me.

[Gogiyo] - Invited Tasting
With a total of 4 outlets currently, Gogiyo is open by MediaCorp Artiste Shane Pow, and they offer Korean food including Army Stew, BBQ, and Don.

Here's what we tried:
Gogiyo Black Pork bowl (S$9.90)
I enjoyed this bowl, especially because of the sauce that's used, giving it a slight sweet flavour which coated the rice pretty well. Black Pork was also quite tender, not too bad!

Thank you Gogiyo for hosting!

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[Gogiyo] - Invited Tasting
With a total of 4 outlets currently, Gogiyo is open by MediaCorp Artiste Shane Pow, and they offer Korean food including Army Stew, BBQ, and Don.

Here's what we tried:
Salmon Mentai Bowl ($8.50)
Pretty surprised by how strong the mentaiko was, and also the fact that the salmon skin actually came crispy. Decent bowl, although would love slightly more of the sauce for the rice here 🤭.

Thank you Gogiyo for hosting!

[Gogiyo] - Invited Tasting
With a total of 4 outlets currently, Gogiyo is open by MediaCorp Artiste Shane Pow, and they offer Korean food including Army Stew, BBQ, and Don.

Here's what we tried:
Army Stew - Bulgogi Beef, Marinated Pork, Marinated Chicken Combo ($24.90)
This pot of army stew comes with a huge variety of ingredients, including tteokbokki, fishcake, hotdog, cheese, noodles etc. Their broth has very slight spiciness, and I liked that the broth becomes quite thick after you boil it for sometime. Definitely great for sharing!

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