275 Thomson Road
#01-07
Singapore 307645

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Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
04:30pm - 09:30pm

Thursday:
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Monday:
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For those who prefer something spicy, Kkanpunggi aka Spicy Garlic Fried Chicken (from $32/small) can set your tongue on fire. Deliciously fried chicken, it is enrobed in a red spicy sauce filled with peppers and garlic.

One of the places to visit when I’m craving for Jjajangmyeon & Tangsuyuk.

If you don’t know, Tangsuyuk is the Korean version of sweet and sour pork. But unlike other places, their Tangsuyuk (from $24/small) is made of deep-fried pork stripes, lightly battered before being coated in a well-balanced sweet & sour sauce. Cut into bite-size, it is pretty addictive to munch on though it’s recommended to eat them hot as it hardens when it’s cool.

Though the Sweet and Sour Pork stole the show, their Noodle with Black Bean Sauce ($11/ ala carte) was also really decent. Light and slippery, the noodles were rather thin, had a nice chew, and were not too jelat. The sauce well studded with bits of meat was not too strong with a gentle sweetness and a delicate black bean taste. The portion was substantial as well, good for sharing. And at MukJja, to get the best of both worlds, they have a couple of Sweet & Sour Pork Sets to choose from!

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Having tried a handful of Tangsuyuk, I must say MukJja’s Sweet and Sour Pork ($24/ small, ala carte) was one of the better ones. Firstly, the batter wasn’t too starchy or too thick. Served piping hot, the deep-fried pork strips had a great bite, partly due to the coat of batter and the way it was sliced in my opinion. Cut into relatively thin strips, it made eating more enjoyable with the bite-size pieces and that each was able to get just the right dose of sauce. Secondly, even after they cooled, the pork retained a good amount of crunch. Lastly, the flavourful sauce which came with onions, carrots, black fungus, and red cabbage had a great consistency. There was a good balance of savoury, sweetness, and sourness; the tanginess being sufficient to counter the heaviness of the protein. Also, if you are like me and like to enjoy Tansuyuk with the sauce on the side, be sure to tell them in advance while ordering. 

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I haven’t actually tried tangsuyuk from other places before, so I’m going to compare it to Chinese sweet & sour pork (“ssp”). The pork strips are lean (yay! I don’t like fats esp in ssp), coated in a thin crunchy layer of batter. It’s not exactly tender, but it’s not dry/tough either. I like it! But towards the end when it’s no longer hot, it can get a bit hard. The sauce is tangier than most ssp sauce, and it doesn’t rly make the ssp soggy. I’ve tried this twice so I’m going to try it jjik muk style next time to see if it’s nicer. Also I’m amazed that the bottom pork pieces managed to remain piping HOT even more than halfway through the meal?? They give lots of veg - purple cabbage, onions, carrots, and black fungus! Portions r huge as usual! It didn’t seem to go down even though we kept eating 😂 I think having 3 people to share this is most optimal. I went as a group of 2 and I was stuffed when sharing this + the jjm.

Second time here!! Had this on my previous visit too. I like the noodles here - it’s like a 粗米粉 x spaghetti hybrid - it has a nice bite to it, but not exactly al dente (I’m not a fan of the true Italian standard of al dente as I find it too hard), and it doesn’t get soggy throughout the meal. There’s minced meat + chopped onions, which is nicely soft and stewy. Sauce is savoury sweet, and not too heavy on the palate, but maybe bc there is such a big portion I found it a bit much towards the end (even tho I shared this). Still a satisfying bowl of jjm - it’s our fav item here!

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