한국음식!!

한국음식!!

Featuring Kim Dae Mun (Concorde Hotel), O.BBa Jjajang (Tanjong Pagar), Paik's Bibim (Tiong Bahru Plaza), Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ (Jem), Daehwa Vegetarian, Jinjja Chicken, Kim Dae Mun Korean Food, OBBa
aggs & xi :D
aggs & xi :D

OBBA jjajang has been my top korean restaurant in Singapore down since I discovered it years back (super homely vibes and they have GOOD jjampong & jjajangmyeon) and super pleasantly surprised to find that they opened an OBBA BBQ just few stalls down. And OBBA BBQ truly doesn’t disappoint as well!! Can’t remember the exact pricing but we paid $150 for 4 pax.

I don’t take beef but the pork itself was super satisfying / the pork belly had its fatty portion which was palatable and not too greasy and the marinated pork was sweet and savoury (super flavourful!).

Kimchi cheese pancake is a must-order as well - they are super generous with their cheese which totally melts into the pancake itself. I think you can give the naengmyeon a miss I’m not a fan haha. Tofu soup that came with the set was belly-warming too was on a cold rainy day 🥰

Also love the refillable banchans (kimchi was fresh and had a kick, felt that it was handmade by an ahjumma in the kitchen :”) ) and!!! the staff cook everything for us! (Plus point for my lazy friend here who doesn’t like to cook his food). V v good experience will def be back!

12-pieces set was having a really good $9.90 deal!! We got the soy garlic & yangnyeom flavours which reminded me of 4 fingers so much. Personally I liked yangnyeom more which had a kick from the spiciness. The wings were really crispy and fully drenched in the sauces.

Kimchi had a kick as well!! Honestly can’t find many places that do kimchi justice but glad to find it here! :-)

Tteokbokki fries was a disappointment tho - I expected Tteokbokki fries (like literally Tteokbokki as the fries) but it turned out to be “Tteokbokki & Fries” - 3 measly Tteokbokki :-( I mean there was the sauce on the fries but other than that, nothing special about it.

Overall still good & their noodles / rice dishes look promising - will be back to try!! 🥰🤩🥰🤩

Liked this a lot previously as it was thick and chewy, but still crispy on the outside. However, it was pretty disappointing this time, as it was pretty floury, and not crisp at all :( The amount of ingredients also seem to have decreased.

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Had my first naengmyeon ever at their plaza sing outlet previously, and I still liked it this time! It comes with white vinegar & mustard that you can add by yourself. The noodles are thin and chewy , and I love the broth especially after adding the white vinegar - it is delightfully sour and refreshing. I never thought the words “cold” and “broth” would go well together, but this proved me wrong. Found the noodles a little clumpy this time, but would still go for this when I here :)

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how could I have not discovered this place earlier!!! ok tho not the best best korean restaurant but I would def come back bc it’s so worth and so so comforting!! The pancake is a must-get - the sides are so so crispy dipped into the sauce! Ps the queue on a fri night was crazy so do come early

Back here and am actually pretty impressed once again how their soups tasted so legit without any meat / onion / garlic!!!! And actually I prefer ordering the small soups to share rather than getting the huge sharing budaejiggae ($42) - always too much for us!! Good meal :-) got the tangsukyuk this time round (they used fried mushrooms) which was well fried without being too oily but I still like the kimchi pancake best

These 2 dishes amazed me!!!! So much nicer than I have remembered them to be 😍 the spicy pork tasted like a bowl of typical delicious comfy bowl of bibimbap with the gochuchang sauce but the teriyaki chicken surprised me so much because it was a mayo base but the whole combination worked well!!!! Spicy tofu soup was alright (not v flavourful)

I love obba jjajang, especially if they give you the rooms - cosy and warm vibes! Favourite will be this jjampong - might look ordinary but brings me back to korea!!! Enjoyed the jjajangmyun too and the kimchi pancake! Complimentary refills of banchans (side dishes) - get that KIMCHI!!!!! But say no to the army stew :-( was an expensive disappointment!

The bibimbap was not bad and it’s slightly different with items like cabbage, eggplant and zucchini which I enjoyed! Kimchi soup was not too spicy but had enough of a kick, and portions are definitely generous here.

Broth became increasingly flavourful as it boils as the flavours from the ingredients seeped into the soup! Cheese was very subtle in the soup (would appreciate if it was slightly more) but loved it still! Very generous and fed 4-5 substantially!

Yummy vegetarian kimchi pancake with a complementing sauce - crispy sides + chewy centre!

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