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Joo Bar

2613 Wishlisted
~$40/pax
Joo is a sleek, casual and inviting venue within a heritage three-storey shophouse in the heart of Singapore along Tan Quee Lan Street offering top notch modern Korean bites and creative drinks in a space that exudes a laid-back vibe with a tasteful dose of edginess.

5 Tan Quee Lan Street
Singapore 188094

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Thursday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Friday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Sunday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Monday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Tuesday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Wednesday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

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Pity Burpple 1-1 ended for this amazing Korean bar! Still visit often though as I cannot get enough of their amazing alcoholic drinks and side dishes! Ambience is amazing with loud Korean tunes and jolly conversation filling the small but cozy place! 💕🤟🏻

Note this one down for dinner and drinks with your mates. To go with your jug of Makgeolli ($28), order their tender Grilled Pork Belly ($26) that comes with kimchi and a side salad drenched in a creamy anchovy-filled dressing. Another crowd favourite is the Seafood Rapokki ($22) that sees a rich and slightly spicy stew of ramyeon, topokki, shrimp mussels, squid and Korean fishcake blanketed in melted mozzarella.
Photo by Burppler Dex Neo

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Snag my last chance to enjoy 1 for 1 at Joo Bar and no other person to enjoy it with than my mum 😬
It is not difficult to understand why this place is so popular, the slightly pricey Korean small and big bites somehow works with the generous (for light drinkers) low alcoholic content Makgeolli. The above dish feels good till you stop at the salad concoction that surprises you with bites of small anchovies, an excellent well thought side.

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Warning: this is really not for the faint-hearted nor diners with low heat tolerance.

Served in a hot plate and lit with a flame torch right in front of your eyes, this flaming chick jumeokbap‘s spiciness is not one to be underestimated. Spicy chicken thighs in chunks, pickled radish, shiitake mushroom, king oyster mushrooms and a ball of seaweed rice. Just as the dish was lit with fire, my tongue was too, with the dish. Thought the combination of the side ingredients especially the rice ball was a little out of place in the dish, but overall still decent taste. Perhaps they might want to consider lowering the spiciness.

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But IT IS SO VERY WORTH IT. The bone-in short rib is steeped in some special soy marinade which makes it really nice and sweet and idk just amazing??? Fun Fact: The internet tells us that the “LA Kalbi / Galbi” cut (which means thinly sliced across the bone) originated from Korean immigrants living in Los Angeles. And the LA stands for lateral and not Los Angeles!

Great ambience, food and of course makgeolli! Try the yucha flavour if you’re afraid to try (like me), it is a really nice sweet sour flavour.

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