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88 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088509

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11:30am - 02:00am


11:30am - 02:00am

11:30am - 02:00am

11:30am - 02:00am

11:30am - 02:00am

11:30am - 02:00am

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I need to confess: I have been binge-watching Korean dramas during Circuit Breaker and I finally satisfied my tteokbokki (Korean rice cake) craving at Red Holic! The Pork Cutlet Tteokbokki ($25.80 for 2-3 pax) came with pork cutlet, fish cake, egg, cabbage, fried dumpling and a variety of carbs such as tteokbokki, glass noodles, ramyeon and something that resembles chee cheong fun. The sweet and spicy sauce is really addictive - do note that the original spicy level is already quite potent. The tteokbokki is soft and chewy, and the sweet potato and cheese tteokbokki are very good as well. The fried pork cutlet and dumpling get soft quite quickly, so do eat them first. We also ordered a few side dishes. The chicken feet ($15) is tasty and even spicier than the tteokbokki. It is a little tough though - would be nice if it is softer! We cleaned the whole pan of tteokbokki by the end of the meal - super full and satisfied:) 잘먹었습니다!

Overall, this dish was super satisfying!! The rose sauce is a combination of the usual spicy tteokbokki sauce and cheese sauce, and the flavors of both complemented very well. The tteokbokki was super chewy! Crispy chicken was average and mandoo was not bad. Other ingredients included the fishcake, egg, ramen, cabbage and udon! Really loved the sauce and the tteokbokki! Abit pricy though, but can fill 3 people.

Red Holic specialises in korean rice cakes and dumplings. This dish of tteokbokki stew with beef brisket is in original sauce (able to select less/more sweet/spicy) and comes with a variety of ingredients such as egg, fish cake, glass noodles, ramen noodles, sweet cabbage, thick rice cake, and skinny rice cake. Rice cakes came in 2 versions: the thicker ones were more firm but still soft, while the skinny ones were nua. Beef brisket was grilled slightly, adding another dimension to this dish. Upon first taste, the stew was delightful and delicious but became jelat towards the end when the sauce has boiled down.

This is a huge pot of stew and can feed 2 famished persons or 3 persons satisfyingly.

I loved this bowl of simple salty soup. The soup provides a good contrast to the thick gochujang sauce (if you’re ordering their stew as well!). Folded strips of fishcake on sticks were thick, juicy, with a slight chewy bite. So filling.

Hidden in a maze of Korean restaurants on Tanjong Pagar Road, this joint may not stand out. However, once you find it you'll be faced with an amazing Tteokbokki ($28.90) stew which sees tteok with fried chicken, glass noodles, instant noodles, quail eggs and fish cakes. For an extra cheese topping add on the Cheese Fall ($5.50)! For sides get their Giant Mandus ($12) and Fish Cake Soup ($8) for a truly authentic experience!
Photo by Burppler Christabel Tan


SO GOOD......sometimes carbonara sauce can be overpowering and heavy but this isn’t at all!! Got the cheese waterfall ($5) that added to the creaminess of the dish so 4 people shared this and felt full (this pot was meant for 2 pax). Tteokbokki was soft enough and there wasn’t any difficulty chewing them!!! Super yummy 10/10 recommend + the delicious fried mandus ($3.50 for 2)