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Nipong Naepong (Jem)

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Singapore’s first fusion jjamppong specialty restaurant, Nipong Naepong is here! With over 9 types of jjamppong on the menu, we guarantee you’ll have a taste of Korea you’ve never had before. Come check us out at #01-16, JEM!

50 Jurong Gateway Road
#01-16 Jem
Singapore 608549

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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Chicken wasnt too spicy, and the mozz had a nice crispy layer. However once u mix it up the crispiness goes away.

Surprisingly the rice ball wasnt a gimmick, it's to make space for the Cheese to caramelise. The rice ball itself was seasoned, so rlly can eat by itself, u dont have to worry about using the chicken In the tortilla wrap. I was surprised it's an actual tortilla(i tot it's gonna be some variant of their pizza crust actl), but the sour cream was literally cream that is slightly sour and is rlly sth i cant get used to, not to mention it completely overpowers the sweet spicy chicken sauce when taken tgt.

The Base of the plate was oily and while each individual component on the plate was at least decent, it tasted too greasy when mixed tgt. I even used Tissue to remove some of the oil and it was still too much afterwards.

Not that its bad, but i would suggest not mixing everything if u order this. Then it wouldnt be so overwhelming and the Cheese can remain crispy

Finally got around to trying their new items

The pork was reminiscent of the normal Onion and pork, but better even before considering the touch of heat. And somehow after mixing everything there was still some heat there.

I like that u can make ur own ssam with the lettuce leaves and trio of accompaniments. Since the sauce is very flavourful, u dont have to worry about the rice being tasteless after u mix everything up even if u remove a few slices of pork

P.S. I suggest dissolving the dry bean paste on top of the rice in the pork sauce first, else it's hard to mix evenly

P. S. Im def coming back to try the other hotplate items

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Mom was sharp and noticed weve never ordered this before(i mistakenly thought weve been here so often that we definitely have ordered it before, or maybe i just forgot to review lol)

Anyway wth this was good as well. Im inclined to believe anything coming out of their kitchen is good. It's supposed to be a light sauce but the wok hei, seafood umami(not the main flavour) and the generous garlic was enough to make any Broth a winner. Absolutely delish, tho idk what the Broth is(it just seems like an average Stock lol)

Take note theres a bit of heat in the broth

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It’s really hard to find sweet potato pizza in Singapore. I first had it in Korea! I think it’s really hard to compare it to the one I tried in Korea since the Korea’s pizza is thicker and filled with sweet potato. But this pizza is pretty decent. The crust is thin but still filling for me. The sweet potato toppings has this really “healthy” taste. Can be shared among friends/family.
Will try their mains next time!

Chewy jjolmyeon drenched in black bean and minced pork sauce, with soft onion slices, quail eggs and sesame seeds.
This rendition was appetising and surprisingly good!

The jjolmyeon was cooked clams, mussels, white wine and most importantly, garlic.
The broth was flavourful. I enjoyed the fried garlic that was slightly charred which added that oomph to the broth. The jjolmyeon was chewy and soft.