77 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088498

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Tuesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 12:00am

Wednesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 12:00am

Thursday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 12:00am

Friday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 12:00am

Sunday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 12:00am

Monday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 12:00am

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Lean into those Friday vibes as we end off the day having supper at Obba Jjajang and BBQ. Go for their BBQ Sets (range from $54) which include pork belly, marinated chicken and a wide variety of side dishes. Order and make some soju bomb to go along.

Don’t forget to order their Cheese Kimchi Jeon too. The traditional Korean Jeon aka pancake is made from slightly tangy-spicy kimchi and topped with plenty of melted mozzarella cheese. Just look at that gratifying cheese pull~

2 Likes

Spicy jajangmyeon
- sauce was flavourful , noodles were springy.

Kimchi tofu stew(?)
- my fave dish out of all 3 i ordered, the soup was really nice . It was very comforting and delectable . It’s a must order . Would go back just for the stew

Jjamppong
- nothing rlly special about this . Felt the soup base itself is q tastless compared to the kimchi stew. Idrk how it’s supposed to taste like because I rarely eat Korean . Has quite a lot of ingredients inside though. But if you’re on a budget ,I would skip this .

Damage ~$50 for two pax

$10 only and worth the money :) Filling for one person.
Not to forget the free side dishes which makes you full and goes well with the rice.

Different from regular Jjamppong where seafood is one of the main ingredients. Army stew-styled Jjamppong, with ingredients you often see in army stew such as luncheon meat, sausage and such. Huge portion, nice soup, great noodles. Spiciness wise, it wasn’t notable.

$16++

the pancake was crispy and superbly flavourful with generous chunks of fresh seafood (prawns, squid). the jjajangmyeon is the must-order dish with its spot-on black bean sauce and addictively chewy noodles.

the order also came with free side dishes (hard boiled eggs, kimchi, etc), water and a melona ice cream per person.

highly recommend this place if you’re looking for authentic and tasty Korean cuisine (though do be prepared to queue for some time)!!

2 Likes

Came on a Thursday night but still close to a 1hr wait. The food was worth the wait though. Eat the jjajangmyeon while it is hot. The sauce dries up after it cools down. The noodles texture was the chewy type and the black bean sauce tasted authentic. It was my first time trying jjamppong (wanted to try after watching korean drama Record of Youth). For someone with zero spicy tolerance, the spiciness of the jjamppong was bearable (might take a few coughs to get used to it). However, the soup was addictive and you just keep going for more and more spoonfuls. Tasted of seafood and capsicum. The sweet and sour pork (or tangsuyuk) was interesting. The sauce tasted similar to those caifan stalls but the flour coating the pork was a bit chewy? I think it is glutinous rice flour or something like that. Love the lotus roots too. There was free flow hard boiled egg (too full to eat it), plain water for you to drink and one free ice popsicle just before you exit the shop. Worth it for this price and will come back again.

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