19 Cheong Chin Nam Road
Singapore 599743

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Sunday:
11:30am - 11:45pm

Monday:
11:30am - 11:45pm

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
11:30am - 11:45pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 11:45pm

Friday:
11:30am - 11:45pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 11:45pm

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Reviews

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Revisited Obba Jjajang after two to three years. Am on my hunt to try more Korean Chinese food. So if you got any favourites, let me know!

Obba Jjajang is probably one of the better places to get your jjajangmyeon at an affordable price point.

Jjajangmyeon is essentially noodles with thin slices of pork belly, onions and chunjang - a thick, gooey sweet bean sauce. Enjoyed every bit of it from the sweet, savoury sauce to the generous bits of diced pork in every bite.

Stir the noodles quickly before it gets all clumpy. The portions are big. You may want to share this with a friend. I was too hungry to take a photo of how it looks after we stirred the noodles.

Am on my hunt to try more Korean Chinese food. So if you got any favourites, let me know!

JJAMPONG - a Korean seafood soup with chilli powder.

Obba Jjajang is probably one of the better places to get your jjampong and jjajangmyeon at an affordable price point.

Can you believe it that this is my second jjampong in my entire lifetime? So what you can expect is a HUGE BOWL of noodles is an abundance of prawns, mussels, clams and squid. For greens you get some pak choy, chives and onions.

The mildly spicy seafood soup was delicious and rich in seafood flavour. A comforting treat for the soul.

Wouldn't go for this because some parts are quite fatty though you should if don't mind having thosr bits. Nicely marinated meats otherwise and a good variety. Theyve other platters with beef too.

A nice pancake if only a little too oily. Charred on the sides to givr a smokey flavour and soft and gooey on the insides.

Bubbling hot bean paste soup thats heavy on the flavours like korean food should be, transporting you to a k-drama ft. hotpot and cheap soju. Also chock full of ingredients and well worth the price.

What is korean food wtihout fried chicken. The one here was succulent, crispy, sticky and slightly spicy like how a good KFC should be. Good for sharing.

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