From The Land Of Kimchi

From The Land Of Kimchi

Featuring Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory ([email protected]), Masizzim ([email protected]), Kim Dae Mun (Concorde Hotel), NY Night Market (Westgate), Nanta BBQ, Cookhouse by Koufu (Marina Square), Oven & Fried Chicken (Telok Ayer), 8 Korean BBQ (Shaw Centre), Food Republic (Causeway Point), Masizzim (Westgate)
Carrie Carrie
Carrie Carrie

Went for the mild version cos the spicy version was really quite hot. But this one came with loads of ketchup mixed into the sauce. More like spicy tomato chicken. I would brave the heat and get the spicy version next time.

I could smell instant noodle soup base when this was set on my table. Hoping I was wrong, I took a small sip. Yep, it tasted a lot like korean instant noodles. Not expecting that, I was disappointed. Ingredients wise, it didn’t let me down. A few small prawns, quite a lot of sotong slices and really a lot of clams/cockles (I couldn’t tell the difference). Egg was well beaten inside the stew with big pcs of soft tofu. Quite spicy.

This was the dry version, no gravy. Superbly marinated and went so well with rice. The bul in this gogi was quite evident. Tasted so much like the bulgogi I had in Seoul a few years back. Quite a large portion too. Very delicious.

Oh my this was the best doenjang Jjigae I have ever had. The boiling hot stew was thick and flavorful, with bits of soy beans inside. Came with beef slices. Quite a lot too. Yummy and steaming hot till the last bite. Very slightly spicy. Loved it.

This lunch set (available during weekends too) included the fresh lettuce too. Very delicious, with a wonderful smoky aroma. The sauce was great. Not fatty, really good with rice. Just wished this dish was hotter. Thou it looked steaming hot, it was just hotter than lukewarm.

Remembered the cheesy soonsal chicken I enjoyed so much previously. This one was good too. But surprisingly it wasn’t as hot as I expected. Maybe they had already prepared in bulk and just heat up on the hot plate upon order I dunno. I chose the spicy one over the mild. Really quite spicy. Went very well with rice. The sauce used on this chicken was awesome. No bones.

This boiling hot soup came with rice. The kimchi stew was the watery and quite sour kind. A lot of ingredients inside. And pork slices.

Haven’t been here for a while and was delighted that all their delicious banchan are refillable now. The kimchi was as good as always. But my top pick was the spicy fish cake slices. So good with rice or on its own. The stir fried bean sprouts, potato slices and eggs with chili rounded out the 5 plates.

Beef was quite tough. Soup was spicy enough but could do with deeper flavor.

Tender chicken thigh meat was used. Spicy and delicious. Went very well with rice.

Seafood pancake fried till crispy. A little bit oily but very enjoyable with the sweet onion soy sauce. $12 after Eatigo 50% discount.

One of the best I’ve eaten. The sourness was just right, and quite spicy. Wonderful as an opening dish to open up the stomach for other dishes. $7.50 after Eatigo 50% discount.

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