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Korean Food

Korean Food

Featuring Masizzim ([email protected]), Nipong Naepong (Jem), Auntie Kim's Korean Restaurant (Thomson)
Bixxy L
Bixxy L
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Go there for the Korean Bbq meat! The Bbq pork we got was the best dish of all. The side dishes not pictured were amazing too!
However I felt the kimchi pancake was a little bland. Jajyangmeon was quite salty too, though on the whole it could be comforting.
Fried soy garlic chicken is yummy, much like the ones from Korean fast food 4 fingers.
Overall a great place for relaxing family meal, with really attentive and friendly staff in a cosy setting.

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Pictured is the kimchi soup, note that it doesn't come with rice. It was simply delicious, satisfying spicy level!
My friend ordered pork rib stew, she loved the soup in the stew too! Strongly recommend!

My 2nd time here, and I loooooove the pasta! This time I got the To Ppong Tomato, al dente pasta in spicy sauce, really delicious. My friend had the Keu Ppong Cream, same ingredients but cream base, which she loved too.
And I never fail to get Lychee Yoghurt drink, its the best! 👍
Would definitely return.

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Bixxy L

Level 3 Burppler · 14 Reviews

Loves to try new food and new places, mostly with great company! Is usually hungry. :P

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