9 Bishan Place
#01-40 Junction 8
Singapore 579837

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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Filled generously with taro cream, and although the cream was light, it did get jelak to finish alone - it's best for sharing. The taro cream did have an artificial taste, and the bread was also slightly hard and dry.

Finally finished the original series. Overhyped. It's not bad, it's exactly what you expect and it's satisfying enough if this is what you're looking for. Not nothing particularly stunning at all, and the Nutella taste is on the milder side

Could be limited edition, dude wasn't sure either

The cream was very lightly flavoured with pumpkin. Not recommended, bun was also abit hard

Add cheese and mix it all up, you will not regret it 😋 this was tasty but again the quality of ingredients are just average, which is fine given the reasonable price.

Quite tasty, the tteokbokki was cooked just nice and I really liked the mix of cabbage, eggs and tteokbokki! Quality of ingredients are quite poor though, both chicken and eggs tasted unfresh which is unfortunate because the egg came uncooked and didn’t continue cooking cause the hot plate wasn’t hot enough 🥲

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You really can't go wrong with these classic Korean options! Salty, savoury and sharp. Choose between kimchi and bulgogi sauce for the rice, and from the usual array of meats (pork, chicken, beef, nil). Served on a hotplate with still-cooking egg and cheese mixed inside (+$2). Free sides of kimchi and radish (no refill).

Strongly recommend the kimchi option over bulgogi! Their kimchi is pretty unique, tastes milder and more well-rounded than supermarket kimchi. Cheese is practically negligible, you kind of can't see or taste it. The dish is pretty oily overall, but I guess that's why the food doesn't stick to the hotplate.