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Overall a very flavourful and tasty dish and portion was decent. The gojuchang sauce was just enough, not too spicy, and the vegetables were fresh and crunchy. It came sizzling hot so the bottom rice might get a little charred which was delicious. They even gave kimchi and anchovies side dish, and free flow miso soup which very nicely complemented the bibimbap.

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Fuss-free meal at Hangawi Korean Food which serves homely Korean fare at food court pricing.

While the BBQ Chicken Set ($6.90) is on the sweeter side as customise to the local palate, their Spicy Doufu soup ($6.50) is a satisfying dish to have today. Egg tofu with meat and clams, might be small but you get the kick of spiciness. Grab a bowl of seaweed soup (self-serve) to go along.

The place gets quite packed during lunch and dinner. But the best part is Yat Ka Yan is just next door.

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Chicken ginseng soup ($9.50) x Beef set ($7).
Worth every penny! The soup was so full of ingredients, this bowl can easily cost 20/30$+ at regular korean restaurants. There was half a chicken included.

Beef was well marinated, tender.
Both dishes came with rice.
10/10 would make this a regular lunch spot if I worked nearby.

As promised, here's a follow up post on the one particular dish which we really enjoyed at Hangawi last Sunday.

Hangawi's soondubu-jjigae (μˆœλ‘λΆ€μ°Œκ°œ) was really good and warms the cockles of our hearts. The broth hit all the right notes, striking a good balance between spicy and savoury. We loved that they used a slightly firmer tofu which gave the dish a lot more texture. I am not 100% sure but it could be egg tofu as there was a subtle "eggy" aftertaste.

This is definitely one dish I highly recommend you check out when you are there!


Fortune Centre is well known for being a mecca for vegetarian food so you might be surprised to find a little hole in the world eatery which serves homely Korean food at food court prices.

Located on the 2nd floor, there is always a queue outside Hangawi. For $6.50, you get a decent portion of hot plate bbq chicken or pork. Flavours-wise, it has been "localized" to suit the local palate as the sauce is on the sweet side. I will however recommend their bulgogi beef stew which is both sweet and savory.

If you are looking for really affordable homely Korean food, Hangawi definitely meets the bill though I would personally recommend Kim Dae Mun.

That said, I was at Hangawi yesterday and really enjoyed one particularly dish which I will definitely be back for. Needless to say, just keep a lookout for my next post!

Decent amount of tender beef slices inside with free flow of equally delicious miso soup bonus.
No matter how many times I've tried I can't seem to take a good picture of this incredibly delicious food 😭 Really missing the authentic bulgogi and soooo happy that I've just find myself a remedy. Actually wasn't planning to grab Korean for lunch but I'm glad I did πŸ˜€

Korean Food
190 Middle Road, Fortune Centre, #02-18, Singapore 188979
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