93 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088514

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12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

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Crispy outside, not too mushy inside. This is a carbo-bomb! When I was young-er, the Tanjong Pagar stretch of Korean restaurants really kept me going after nights out in town. It’s like a Korean-styled prata fix. This feeds 3-4 pax sharing btw.

Whoever thinks that the Jajjangmyeon/ Jjangpong set is meant for 2 pax is sorely mistaken! It will take at least 2-3 hungry male adults to finish both noodle dishes and the fried pork/ chicken. The peas really made the dish for me! Well-played. Mix it quick lest the noodles coagulate into a lump of dough.

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Make it your personal mission to try all the Ko-Chi places along Tanjong Pagar/ Telok Ayer! Hong Jjajang is usually the spill-over place for O.bba Jajjang a few units down. That doesn’t mean it plays second fiddle to it’s more popular neighbour. The same separation of crispy fried pork and sauce is practiced here. While the meat has more a thicker coat of batter, the really gingery sauce cuts through flour and grease! Definitely a more flavourful sauce than O.bba IMHO.

Very generous with the ingredients including a small flower (?) crab for $14.

The soup is quite peppery. Not really a fan of it.

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One of the dish that we ordered is Cheese Budaejigae.
Army stew served with mozzarella.
Refillalbe refreshing soup with ingredients like sausage,luncheon meat and vegetables (can be dipped into melted mozzarella on the side).
📍Hong Jja Jang.
93 Tanjong Pagar Road.

Walking by this stretch of jap and korean chains always make me extremely hungry, so finally we found ourselves here! Got the half and half, and was pleasantly surprised by how they shared so many complimentary sides for us (pasta salad, kimchi, ice lemon tea e.g.)

The bouncy noodles goes really well for both Jajangmyeon (jjm) and jamppong

The jjm, i felt, was sweeter than the savoury ones I'm used to. The cameralised brown onions are definitely good, though minced meat remains elusive. (wish its a more meaty dish). Meanwhile the jamppong checked all the boxes, with generous squids, clams, and also a small bit of crayfish. Its also tangy in its spiciness. Good to mix up the taste!!

($16 for the mixed)

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