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144 Upper Bukit Timah Road
#04-01 Beauty World Centre
Singapore 588177

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Friday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 02:00am

Saturday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 02:00am

Sunday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 02:00am

Monday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 02:00am

Tuesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 02:00am

Wednesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 02:00am

Thursday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 02:00am

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Reviews

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Easily one of the best, if not the best Korean Seafood Pancake I have ever eaten. Finished with a light crisp, it has a layer of fluffy egg on top of the starchy one that holds all the pieces of fresh tasting prawns, squid and juicy chives.
The accompanying dip, complete with sweetish pickled onions, is the perfect condiment for the superbly executed pancake.
I can’t wait to return for another meal at this little Korean eatery.

3 Likes

Kimchi Soup $12
BBQ Pork Belly $30 ($15 per serving)

Hands down my favourite Korean restaurant in Singapore. Everything is comparable or even nicer than those I ate in korea. Our favourite will always be the BBQ pork belly, it’s so juicy and tender. The meat will be cooked by the staffs. Nothing to complain about this place, will be back over and over again.

2 Likes

As if beauty world centre is not ulu enough, this restaurant challenges our level of determination by being at a corner of the 4th floor (along the stretch with Oishii Bakery). The place is small, but cosy as we were greeted by the friendly native Koreans upon entering. Food offerings are not frivolous, but the menu is extensive considering the size of the restaurant.

The seafood pancake ($20), sweet & spicy fried chicken ($25 for half, $35 for whole), BBQ meats and military stew are excellent choices for big group sharing. I personally love the seafood pancake because it's thicker than usual, with a chewy center loaded with ingredients and crispy exterior that was perfectly browned. Do dip it in the accompanying sauce for a complete gastronomic experience 👍 Oh wait but no Korean cuisine is complete without their fried chicken so remember to grab one and sink your teeth into that sticky, gooey mess of arteries-clogging indulgence.

3 Likes

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Crispy exterior layer with generous amount of leek and seafood. Worth a mention is the additional coating of egg which increased the overall fragrance.
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Despite the distance, travelling to Beauty World has never been made easier with the DTL.

10 Likes

Served right out of the fryer, these smelt so good that we couldn't resist grabbing them right away though they were burning our fingers. I've not had that many Korean fried chickens to compare, but this was yum yum yum! They were seasoned well, fried to crisp yet still remaining juicy and tender inside. The fried skin was so addictive that my mum kept sneakily grabbing them off pieces in the basket even though she was full. You can also get the half (4 pieces) at $20 or top up $10 for the whole (8 pieces). Other flavors include Sweet & Spicy ($25/$35), Garlic Soy Sauce ($25/$35), Sliced Green Onion with Mustard Sauce ($25/$40).

10 Likes

The whole family was craving for some Korean food so we headed to get some for lunch! The Jjajangmyeon had chewy noodles cooked just right, tasty after soaking up all the thick black bean sauce cooked with minced pork and onions. Some of us would have liked a richer and less sweet sauce but overall it was still a decent comforting dish. Many Koreans patronize this place and the restaurant filled up quickly during lunch hour. Service was a little slow but not too bad. Anyone knows any good Jjajangmyeons around?

11 Likes
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