10 Sinaran Drive
#03-33 Square 2
Singapore 307506

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 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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Boribab - where the rice is boiled with barley. I liked the ingredients, each component was tasty but not salty nor heavy flavoured, variety of vegetables was good too. I particularly enjoyed the spinach and Korean beansprouts. Beef slices were cooked with onions and both were tender! Came with a smol bowl of doenjang stew which had cubed potatoes, zucchini(?) and firm tofu, was comforting but a little salty. Rice was slightly sticky, not too wet nor dry, was decent. Compared to hana k food’s (at velocity) bibimbap, this was cleaner/lighter in flavour. I would patronise either restaurant again when I’m hankering for Korean food.

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Spicy Seafood Sundubu Lunch set ($14.80). Soup wasn't hot and was very clear-tasting i.e. not as rich and savoury as I hoped. My benchmark for Sundubu is SBCD till now, and this is nowhere near. Also, their waiting time can be crazy long - my boss waited 45min for his pork collar.

Order this when you are here for $18.80 ! Will not disappoint . Soup was substantial with lots of tofu and pork and it tasted homely! Set comes with purple rice and 5 side dishes that were great especially the fried fish! Nice owner as well! The fried jeon platter has some hits and misses but is worth a try for sharing $18.80.

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My stew was not served piping hot, and as a result the egg they cracked in the center did not get cooked. Ended up eating around the raw egg white. The lunch sets are reasonably priced tho

@hansang_korean: had their jjm, sikhye and seafood pajeon but I was quite disappointed with the jjm and sikhye :,,(. The jjm noodles were okay and seemed homemade and were quite Q but they didn’t absorb (??) the JJM sauce well (maybe due to the size/thickness of the noods!!) 🥺 The sikhye also tasted veryyy diluted and store-bought and wasn’t worth the price! Thankfully, the redeeming factors of the meal were the seafood pajeon (crisp on the outside, chewy on the inside) which was a lil small HAHA and the banchan (not pictured)!! Would be back to try the Kbbq but not the jjm & sikhye 😅
Appearance: 8/10
Cost: 7.5/10
Convenience: 8/10
Taste: 7.5/10 (8.5 for the seafood pajeon!! 💕👏)
Texture: 7/10

Thumbs up to their collagen rich sundubu stew, don't let the colour make you think it's spicier than it is, I got the Kimchi, cheese and pork belly sundubu (tofu stew) and its overall a satisfying soup with it's mix spice and abundant with their pillow light tofu!

It's a place for authentic korean cuisine, and for ~$19, we got a pot of roasted rice with a bit of char taste and goguma (sweet potato), their banchan side dishes and two fried fish (we didn't like it cos it's more floury and mushy)

Definitely a spot to go to with family and friends but do take note that the waiting time for food can take a...while...