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Korean Fusion BBQ (Dunlop Street) 06/09/19 Time limit: 100min (I think this applies only to Eatigo users) Price: $18.60 (After 50% Eatigo discount and 10% Service Charge) Note: No GST charge at this buffet A small obscure restaurant located on the second floor of a shophouse along Dunlop Street. They had quite a wide variety of marinades for the pork belly as well as a variety of different types of meat and meat cuts. In addition to the meats were the vegetables and pineapple (Probably canned) and watermelon. There was a waffle, ice cream and cooked food station as well. On top of that, they provide free-flow drinks for an additional $2.50 nett. Otherwise, you're strongly recommended to bring your own water. While there was a decent variety of meats, I wouldn't come back again, even with the 50% discount as none of the meats were high quality and none of the marinades stood out in particular apart from perhaps, the herbal pork belly. Price: 8/10 (This is after the 50% discount) Taste: 5.5/10 Ambience: 4/10 Overall: 5.5/10 (Would not be over 5 without the 50% discount) More pictures at: https://www.instagram.com/p/B2ecO5CAAoN/?igshid=1hpgzoaqyu5ey Full review at: https://thankgodjournals.blogspot.com/2019/09/buffet-review-korean-fusion-bbq-dunlop.html
Sean
1d
For 1-for-1 Buffet (save ~$30) Your next weekend fam lunch should look a lot like this: Value-for-money Korean-fusion BBQ with over 50 items, including 13 (!) different flavours of pork belly. Photo by Burppler Jean W
Burpple
26w
For a Korean BBQ Buffet Lunch with the Fam Located along Dunlop Street, this cosy, value-for-money Korean-fusion joint makes a great spot for lunch with the fam. Young and old are bound to appreciate the BBQ Buffet ($30 per pax), which features over 50 items from tteokpokki (rice cakes) to meats. Take Burppler Ivan Teh's lead and go for the 13 different types of marinated pork belly, his favourites being the refreshing Herb and the locally-flavoured Lychee. Don't miss out on the fluffy made-to-order waffles as well! Photo by Burppler Iris Lim
Burpple
40w
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Seoul-Style Comfort Food Special Garlic Soy Sauce Chicke + Mixed Fries + Budae Jjigae Korean fried chicken with soju bomb is an ultimate Seoul-style comfort food to destress after a long work day. The garlic soy sauce chicken was a favourite as the marinate, having been caramelised from the heat, gave it a sweet flavour and the skin remained crispy. Enjoy it with a humble, hearty stew that warmed the belly and tentalised my taste buds with its spicy, savory and unami-rich broth.
Jessica
2h
Garlic Soy Sauce Chicken (Wings & Drumlets) - $25.80 for 18pcs As sinful as it may be, Korean fried chicken is on my list of comforting food that is worth every calorie and great pairing with ice cold beer. Each piece of meat was tender and juicy with a savoury crunchy skin. With an added coat of their special sweet and sticky sauce, it was addictive that I want to eat more. 🍗🍺
Jessica
23m
[ 🎉🎉🎉 GIVEAWAY 🎉🎉🎉 ] Capping the weekend with a Korean Feast at Kko Kko Nara. ❤ @kkokkonara is one of the pioneering restaurants to bring the Korean Fried Chicken trend in Singapore. 🍗🍗🍗 It's available in 4 flavors but I always go for their Soy Garlic Sauce . Aside from these, they also have other dishes like Japchae, Army Stew - Bu Dae Ji Gae, Bossam, and Seafood Pancake. 🥘 Will be giving away 1 x $40 voucher that can only be used only at the Tanjong Pagar Branch. 😃 To qualify: 1. Follow @kkokkonara and @thehungryfeet 2. Tag a friend in your comment 3. Send in as many entries as possible. Giveaway ends on 14th of June and will randomly select the winner and notify them through DM. 😃 Thank you @singaporefoodlisting @kenpgl for the invite 😃
The Hungry
14w
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Spicy Pork Lunch Set A veryyy hearty and filling lunch set!! Really appreciate how many items is included in this (main, rice, soup, side dishes, kimchi, drink and free-flow salad bar!) Love how flavourful and spicy the pork is and how earthy and nutty the rice is 😌 Great variety of banchans that I enjoyed as well!
Shania
1h
Steamed Egg Korean rendition of my favorite egg dish, Chawanmushi <3 ($8.80) except this one is better because its so much bigger and the sight of the hot stock bubbling over the edges of the pot is so much more appetite-whetting than a tiny teacup 😂 Its really light-tasting, almost bland. Almost to the point where I can't tell its made from egg and I settled with enjoying the light, fluffy texture with the kimchi and some of the other banchans. But this is really my first time trying this egg dish, so I'm not sure its supposed to be this bland or whether it was just this restaurant's recipe. Still, quite a good appetizer to go along with a heavy meaty meal :) 6/10
Chew
5d
Sirloin and Garlic Chicken BBQ See that big piece of beef ($30)? Oh yeah. :3 Also ordered the garlic chicken which came with two huge slabs of chicken thigh ($20) marinated with tons of garlic. I think the portions were reasonable but I wished the meats could have been more flavorful. Perhaps its the fact that a gas rather than charcoal plate was used, but while the meat was tender I found myself wishing it was more juicy and had more of that meaty, gamey flavor. Very thankful to the helpful staff who helped cook and cut up the meats. 😊 Still, the free-flow banchans were pretty good. I liked that the kimchi was not too spicy. :) Anddddd they have a free flow salad bar accessible to all customers wow!! That meant watermelon slices, carrot sticks, lettuce leaves, tomato and lots of other goodies to dress up that meat and balance out the protein-heavy meal. Also much-needed free flow water and barley tea. Certainly not regretting the newly-discovered part of me that likes Korean food. :3 7/10
Chew
5d
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