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SH Wong
SH Wong

Included in the set for 4 were a half-half pancake, 1 soup and several choices of pork and chicken for around $150 after ++. The pancake came first, which was half seafood and half kimchi pancake. The pancake was fried till crispy while the flavor was really rich and flavorful. We chose army stew for the soup choice which was served in a huge bowl. There were generous amounts of all the processed meat, some pork belly, maggi mee and beans, all the standard ingredients in an army stew. The soup became thickened after a while. For the BBQ, there were 2 thick slabs of pork belly, and also other marinated chicken and pork pieces, with soy and spicy marinade, which were quite salty but tender. The steamed egg at the corner was salty too. For this, we had to BBQ ourselves.

Really refreshing and interesting dish! Chewy buckwheat noodles were served in ice cold light broth, topped with cucumbers, radish, beef slices and half a hard boiled egg. I enjoyed the light yet flavorful broth which was ice cold, helping the buckwheat noodle maintain its chewy texture. Portion of noodles were huge and recommended to share as it might get jelak due to the chewiness of the noodles. Good for a warm day or when you are craving a cold bowl of chewy noodles, almost bringing me back to Korea when I had Mul Naengmyeon there too!

I loved the variety that we could enjoy at this buffet! There were cooked food like fried chicken wings, tempura, kimbap, japchae, tteokboki, kimchi pancake and ginseng soup! All of them were good except the kimchi pancake and tteok which was hard. The shabu shabu soup was sweet and not too overwhelming, and went well with the vegetables. The bbq meats were also good, especially the marinated chicken and spicy chicken! The pork belly was not bad too when dipped with the garlic chili sauce though the skin was a little chewy. Would return on a weekday lunch for cheaper price for a treat!

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Really enjoyed this dish! The bibimbap was served on a hot stone which wasn’t really very hot, topped with vegetables like cucumber, carrot, beansprouts, seaweed, beef, egg and gojuchang sauce. Wished the stone was hotter so that I could get more charred rice, but it still managed to keep the food warm throughout. Ingredients were generous and it wasn’t too spicy, whole dish was very flavourful. The vegetables were crunchy and the beef wasn’t too fatty, was soft and pleasant to eat and tasty.

Portion of soup was huge, but there were only 5 pieces of beef in the soup, which I was slightly disappointed by. There were also bean sprouts, glass noodles, eggs and oyster mushrooms which they sliced thinly. Soup was slightly spicy but flavourful, and went really well with the bowl of rice given. Side dishes were also generous, with the mash potato and sausage being really delicious that we asked for a refill.

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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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The beef came with a bowl of rice and free sides. The beef was slightly fatty, and was grilled well. Taste wise was especially good as it was seasoned well and drizzled in sweet sauce and topped with sesame seeds.

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With burpple beyond, was pretty worth it with 2 stews, 2 drinks and 2 ice cream. The army stew had more processed meats like spam, sausages and ham while the doenjang jiggae had healthier ingredients like mushrooms and small amount of zucchini. Both stews were delicious and flavourful, with the army stew’s broth being thinner and more kimchi-tasting, while the other was thick and soy based. However, the ramyeon was soggy for both stews.

Got the boneless fried chicken with sweet sauce. Previously tried the same with spicy sauce, so the sweet was not as good as there was no kick from the spice and was more one-dimensional. Still enjoyed it too, as the skin was crispy and sauce was still flavourful. The jajangmyeon was too soggy and did not impress, which was surprising.

Got these as the lunch set promotion and it was so worth it as the portions were so huge. The noodles from the jajangmyeon were chewy and had a good bite while the sauce was salty with lots of potatoes and some minced meat. The cucumbers also added a good crunch to the jajangmyeon. The tofu stew came piping hot and was very flavourful with lots of ingredients like pork, egg, tofu, glass noodles and onions. The soup was slightly spicy but delicious. Side dishes were really good too, and were generous with them.

Chicken bibimbap had mix of ingredients, bean sprout, spinach, cabbage, egg and chicken. Chicken wasn’t a lot but was overall tasty. Ginseng chicken soup was also flavourful with tender chicken and some glutinous rice. Tteokboki dish could have been more spicy as the sauce was a little mild. But overall was a delicious meal.

Came with a bowl of rice and was sizzling hot. Beef amount was generous and really soft! Soup was very sweet-tasting and delicious with lots of ingredients like tang hoon, enoki, carrots and the beef itself. Good for sharing. Soup remained hot till the end and was really satisfying.

SH Wong

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