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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 - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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This sweet and savoury pizza is more like a snack than a meal unlike its Italian counterpart. The paper thin tortilla base was just slathered with a sweet and savoury garlic paste sans any other ingredients. Then you are supposed to fold the pizza slice and dip it in the accompanying whipped cream. Never liked whipped cream so I just ate the pizza on its own. It is a novel idea and I probably wouldn’t order this again but then it’s just me.

All three were delicious! Keu ppong cream was creamy and flavourful till the end. Not too thick until you get sick of it either. Brilliant mix.
Score: 7/10

Spicy key risotto is tasty and has a unique flavour. Not often tasted in other korean cuisines. Refreshing new taste.
Score: 6/10

Lychee yogurt. Loved it. Will reorder. Though it looks pretty easy to replicate at home.
Score: 7.5/10


Ingredients were rlly generous. It's basically 1 to 1 in volume compared to the Noodles. Chicken and Onion were particularly well cooked, and i really liked the sauce which was super creamy from the Mozzerella, even if not spicy. Although there's no heat, the thickness of the sauce and the mild sweetness makes it very satisfying. Definitely worth a try, even if it's not completely what u would expect

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Keu Ppong Cream is a fusion dish that will remind you of a carbonara. The cream/sauce was pretty milky and makes for a filling meal. If you like carbonara and seafood, you'll like it for sure!

The Tae Ppong reminded me of a fusion between Chinese and Korean styles. The stir-fried noodles had a slight wok hey and was pretty good overall.

Portions are pretty large so try to share them!

💵: $16.90++

📈: 8.5/10

🤔: Crust is more of a tortilla-base, and although I’m huge on thick, fat crusts, this one was pretty nice too. The sweet potato purée complements the layer of mozarella and the sweet and savoury went really well together. Recommended to have with the whipped cream, because as odd as it sounds, it went really well and was delicious when paired together. A dish I would definitely order when I return!

Full review on my Instagram @euniceeatseverything


Rating: 3.5/5

Everyone paused after their first bite of the Ni Pizza Sweet Potato ($16.80) - the gentle sweetness was bright and soft, an unexpected deviation from the deep savoury cheeze that our eyes promised us. But we didnt pause for long - it was delicious!

That being said, it's hard putting a label to this dish - it tastes like a dessert but feels more jelat like a main dish. And our whole dinner felt like this, with the many sweeter fusion-ish dishes that slightly unsettled us because of our expectations, and yet delighted us.

Definitely an interesting experience, with large shares! Look out for their mix-and-match sets which are reasonably priced :)

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