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63 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088484

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05:00pm - 08:00am

12:00pm - 08:00am

12:00pm - 08:00am

12:00pm - 08:00am

12:00pm - 08:00am

12:00pm - 08:00am

12:00pm - 08:00am

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Waited 45mins for Saturday dinner. Service was good!! Pork and beef were fresh. Ordered set C (mix pork + beef + steam egg + kimchi soup), seafood pancake (sorry not shown in picture!) and rice ball. With all the side dishes, this is enough for 4 pax. Pancake taste crispy with balance mixture of flour. Rice ball was just so so. Total cost come to about S$133 with 1 bottle of Hite. My husband loves that the aircon is cool enough to keep the beer cold (you know some restaurant serve cold drinks but after awhile due to the heat from bbq, it drop to room temperature!). I like that lettuce wrap come in big pieces to wrap all the ingredients you need. Music was loud tho so its not a place for a chat with friends. We basically just busy eating the food. Overall is a must try for korean food lover. Oh! Do note that they have another restaurant nearby which serve ala carte dishes instead of bbq. So make sure you went for the bbq one. If you come from tanjong pagar mrt, you will first see O.bba Jjajang, then O.bba bbq if you walk further down.


Jjajang-mian originally from Korea! But don’t order their ginseng soup, the soup taste is not good enough


Love the service! Always going back for the beef+pork set that comes with soup and steamed egg too!


Served by Koreans, their food have never fail to disappoint me. There are bbq sets (beef, pork or mix) to choose from, which includes soup and steam egg. If you need a carb-fix, I’ll highly recommend their Jumeokbap (Korean rice balls). Expect to queue after 6pm.

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For the price it's an amazing portion, can be shared with 5-6 people. It has everything you can think of in it. Worth!


The picture does this dish no justice. Beyond the couple of small shrimps, the true stars of the stew were the soft (touch-and-fall-apart) tofu and flavourful melons/vegges (having absorbed the beautiful stew).

I will also consider it reasonably-priced, given the generous and delicious stew, plus the price also includes a bowl of rice and delicious side dishes (Kim Chi, potato salad, shredded potato, o-deng/fishcake, sausage, and vegs).

Quick pro-tip: Mix some the Kim Chi into the stew as well - if you enjoy Kim Chi, wait till you try it when it's warm - Kim Chi level up!