Korean

Korean

I must have been influenced by Korean dramas and my Korea-loving friends. I am deeply in love with Korean food.
Hungry Ghost
Hungry Ghost

PM Chicken by Pizza Maru is part of Seoul Yummy, so you can order from both PM Chicken and Seoul Yummy menu. There are 6 flavors of Korean fried chicken, plus, twigim, toppokki, pastas risotto and mocktails.

https://hungryghost.sg/pm-chicken-by-pizza-maru/

Samjin Amook is the oldest Korean fishcake maker in Korean and they has been making Korean fishcake (amook) for 50 years. Singaporeans can try 40 different types of delicious fishcakes at ION Orchard and JEWEL Changi Airport.

https://hungryghost.sg/samjin-amook/

Hongdae Oppa is a casual Korean eatery at the basement of Plaza Singapura that serves popular Korean dishes such as fried chicken and jjigae. https://hungryghost.sg/hongdae-oppa/

Even though Volcano Fried Rice is supposed to be Jeju Kitchen’s signature dish, but it is actually pretty disappointing. I was expecting overflowing cheese but in fact I can hardly taste the cheese that is supposedly mixed with the egg surrounding the mountain of rice. https://hungryghost.sg/jeju-kitchen-waterway-point/

Hansang Korean Family Restaurant in Square 2 @ Novena is slightly pricey, but there is a wide variety of authentic-sounding Korean dishes and snacks. https://hungryghost.sg/hansang-korean-family-restaurant/

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Huluruk Myeon House serves handmade noodles created by Halmuni (Grandmother) Song, Volcano Fried Rice and other Korean side dishes not commonly found in other restaurants. http://hungryghost.sg/huluruk-myeon-house/

Besides 4 types of corndogs, Gangnam Corndog also has fried chicken and dumplings, twist potato, tteokbokki, candy floss and lightbulb juice.
http://hungryghost.sg/gangnam-corndog-the-only-place-in-singapore-for-korean-corndog/

Hana K Food is a Korean restaurant that I recently discovered in Velocity @ Novena Square. I am absolutely in love with Hana K Food’s Kimchi Soup, Chicken Ginseng Ramyeon and Spicy Octopus Stew.
http://hungryghost.sg/hana-k-food/

NY Night Market is a popular Korean fusion restaurant from Seoul that specialises in international street food that you can find in New York city. 
http://hungryghost.sg/ny-night-market-westgate/

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To tell the truth, Omoomo’s food is not that fantastic, average at best. But the fact that it is halal-certified means that Muslims finally have a place where they can try some of the Korean foods that they have seen in Korean dramas and variety shows.

http://hungryghost.sg/omoomo/

Oh My Cafe at the basement of Westgate looks like a fairytale-themed cafe, but it is actually a Korean restaurant! It serves traditional Korean fare such as Korean Temple Food and fusion dishes such as Jamon Parma Ham Salad. It also has a range of Korea Strawberry in Strawberry drinks series made with fresh Korean strawberries that is healthy and offers many health benefits. https://www.hungryghost.sg/2018/10/oh-my-cafe-korean-fusion-food-korean.html

Nipong Naepong offer 9 types of Korean fusion ppong and 4 types of fusion pizzas. There is the classic Cha Ppong and the creamy Keu Ppong-Cream, the Coco Pizza-Coconut makes for an excellent dessert pizza with freshly-made whipped cream. www.hungryghost.sg

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