7 Wallich Street
#B1-01/02 Guoco Tower
Singapore 078884

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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This comes with beef slices, minced beef, clams (~3-4), shrimp (2), squid, and crab. The tofu was q nice, on its own (without the soup) it’s rather bland which I like HAHA, and tasted fresh and soft. Soup was flavourful but didn’t particularly have a depth of flavour, could have a more 鲜甜 taste profile given the amount of seafood inside. I opted for mild so it wasn’t very spicy! Their soup base is made with pork & vegetables, so its not suitable for vegetarians 😛 Appreciate that the shrimp is not the suspiciously bouncy frozen kinds, and wasn’t overcooked! Beef slices were reasonably tender. Not bad, but slightly pricey to be an everyday lunch kinda thing.

Rice came in a hot stone bowl, thought this was q special bc I thought it’ll be served in a normal metal bowl. Oh and the hot corn tea was v roasty, yum!

Overall I thought this was a nice lunch, I wouldn’t mind returning since I work nearby! And it was SUPER filling for me even tho 2 of us shared 1 rice so be careful not to over-order :)

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Fish is deep fry to crisp outside; meat is fresh & soft to chew, no fishy stench; refillable side dishes; love the chewy squid kimchi with stronger flavor & more garlic taste..

Both soup taste similar; opted for spicy level, but not spicy enough for me; taste is rich & flavorful; with generous portion of soft tofu inside; oyster soup has 4 oyster, 2 mussels, 2 prawn & some pork; taste fresh with no fishy taste; pork soup has lots of tender chopped meat inside; comforting soup for cool weather..

Generous portion of fresh octopus; firm & chewy but surprisingly soft to bite; sauce is thick but not spicy, enough to coat every single piece of octopus; with leek, onions & crunchy cabbage; probably 1 of the better octopus dish I've tried locally..

It would be futile to go to SBCD without getting their Soontofu stew. SBCD prides on making their tofu fresh daily, starting from the process of grinding the soy beans. As such, their silky tofu in the stew was served in generous amounts - that I’m not complaining. This stew was filled to the brim with ingredients - beef, clam, crab claws, shrimp, squid and egg. Bits of minced pork can also be found because of the pork based broth of the stew. This bowl thus encompassed many flavours, and as a whole, was a piping hot goodness of spicy and tasty. For $21.90 of this quality and quantity, I think it’s pretty worth it! Especially when the Soontofu stew is served with a bowl of hotstone rice and the quintessential korean side dishes. You can also get a free cultured milk at the end😜
P.S. if you are a lazy eater, don’t opt for the seafood options because they come with shells! You might find it a hassle to peel them.
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Their soondubu was legit man. Such delicate tofu that tasted freshly grind. The soup was so flavourful as well, with all the generously assorted ingredients: beef, crab, squid and prawn. Though the portion may seem small, but wow, it was extremely filling for 2 person. Also liked their variety of banchan: corvina, kimchi, cucumber, seaweed and pickled squid. However, the LA galbi was too chewy for my liking, as it was hard to peel it apart. It was also too sweet and oily.... Fried dumplings, filled with japchae and chives, tasted pretty average. Overall, would come back for their soondubu, but probably not the rest.

Ratings: 3.5/5