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4 Colours Set ($58++) Flavours of the day (bottom to top): Wine, Herb, Miso Paste, Red Pepper Paste Flavours are ranked from the lightest to the heaviest tasting. Comes with a stew (+$6 for Army Stew), bean sprouts, kimchi, lettuce for wrapping and a variety of side dishes. My personal favourite flavour out of my 4 choices was Miso Paste. Will be back for the other 4 flavours!
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Lighting Sucked, Prices A Little Steep For A Broke Undergrad, But Food Is Dope So I’ll Be Back. I had to use flash to get a shot of this because otherwise all you’d see is a messy blur that’ll make you wonder if it were a pizza or a pasta instead of a Korean pancake. Might have gotten some unhappy stares from flashing half the restaurant but I HAD to tAke a picture of this glorious pancake. Outrageously crispy and decently sized and not too starchy or doughy, this probably may be one of my top few favourite Korean pancakes in singapore. The food in general here is great too but the prices are not friendly at all. We got the army stew as well and wanted to top up and get more ramen but it’s a whopping $5 for extra ramen. You’re charging me the price of a plate of Hokkien mee for some extra instant noodles? No thank you fam. But the food here is good enough for me to warrant another visit back. Will just need to scrimp and save a bit more for now.
Spicy chicken Bbq $24 Loved the place. great decor, nice staff, super presentation. value for money with burrple 1for1 offer. Chicken spicy is a must try here. 5 stars all the way
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GET SSAM! Ordered the beef belly (my fav), thin pork belly and pork shoulder! As the staff cooks everything for you, you don’t have to worry about overcooked or undercooked meat! I have to say that they did an excellent job in doing so- the beef was tender and the pork was nicely charred on the outside whilst retaining its juiciness. I rly loved the rice ball as well! The slight saltiness of the fish roe along with the fragrant sesame seaweed and mayo went nicely with the smoky meats!
Best Korean Bbq! 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.
The jjajang-mian is Nice Jjajang-mian originally from Korea! But don’t order their ginseng soup, the soup taste is not good enough
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Weekend Lunch Buffet ($29.90) Pretty wide variety of meat available (chicken, pork, beef) with unique flavours such as curry and herbal marinated meat, in addition to the usual unmarinated, black pepper, teriyaki... Not a fan of curry but herbal is not bad. They also have processed food like crabstick, hotdog, luncheon meat, veggies, mushrooms and kimchi, different types of sauces (ssamjang, red pepper sauce, sweet thai chili, doenjang etc), cooked food (tteokbokki, chives pancake, waffles). Cooked food was not to my liking, I prefer the bbq stuff. As we used BB 1 for 1, we had to adhere to a 100 min time limit and were charged original price $29.90 + svc charge for 2 pax. Drinks was an additional $2.50 for free flow. Non-BB customers can get 20% off original price and there is no time limit. Service staff are friendly and nice. :) Total cost: $32.80 for 2 pax
lunch buffet this is a super underrated place!!! they have a huuuge variety of meats with many flavours, such as lychee, bak kwa and curry, that i don’t usually see in franchise kbbq outlets so that was an eye opener! furthermore their pork belly slices have a reallyy good ratio of fats! not only is the pork meat good, the chicken is tender while their beef is chewy and full of flavour. what’s more, they even make waffles for you upon request that you can pair with various ice creams, from chocolate, to blueberry ripple, and even green tea. the amazing thing is that with burpple beyond, i only paid about $15 so it really made my whole experience sooo worth 😭 rating: 8/10
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://liveeatbless.wordpress.com/2019/09/15/buffet-review-korean-fusion-bbq-dunlop-street-jalan-besar-rochor-mrt/
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Karubi Set (100g) | $9.80 Known for their snaking queues, Yakiniku Like is famous for their value for money BBQ sets and their concept of individual BBQ booths. True enough, there are small, individual BBQ grill on each table, but there are some tables which have grills that are shared between two people as well. I bought the Karubi set, which is a beef short plate set that came in thin slices of beef, rice, soup, and a choice of kimchi/salad. The beef was so well marinated and so flavourful when cooked! It was so delicious after cooking, that you really need to try it for yourself. The charred, Smokey taste of the meat really gave the meat a great finish. When grilled well, the sear on the sliced meat is heavenly, and eating it fresh from the grill allows you to savour the juiciness of the meat! I must say though, this also made the meat really oily as the oil would ooze out from the fats, and your mouth will feel weird from the aftermath of extreme oiliness. Because of the measures in place, the restaurant gave 2 choices of sauces individually - garlic soy and spicy miso. Both sauces were interestingly good, and went very very well with the meat. They gave us a restricted dining time of 40 minutes considering the crowd, but some of the Pits took a little Long to cook the meat, and if you choose to buy a larger portion of meat, you probably need more than 40 minutes to eat. Then again, you’re allowed to choose the portion of meats you’d like and I thought that was really nice. Overall, it was a really fun experience, and food was really good. I’m not a fan of BBQs, but the idea of being able to barbecue your meat to your taste, although the fire that might get quite big and scary😂 oh and their prices are nett too, making it even more affordable! Rate:🌟🌟🌟🌟
Karubi Yakiniku Set ($13.80) Food court prices with better quality meats. The garlic dip is my favorite as I find the spicy miso too salty. Sets come with soup and kimchi and 200g of meat. . Not exactly curbside but I'm giving this one a Special Mention cos you get a grace period of 15min (?) at the PLQ mall basement carpark which is just enough time to self collect. Sadly, after Phase 2 started, they stopped offering Islandwide delivery via Grab so I have no choice but to self collect since as a solo diner I cannot meet the $35 minimum order on their oddle page.
Prime Karubi And Rosu set $19.80nett (200g) The short rib is really goood! Of a right thickness. The beef chuck is good too. Will definitely be back! Includes rice (S,M or L), soup and kimchi or salad
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Cheese Story Mookata Buffet 4⭐ Researched that this is one of the better mookata in SG hence we are here for dinner after playing the escape room nearby. Read online that the $32.90 nett buffet has a wide spread of food including oysters, flower crab, crayfish, ice cream, free flow of drinks etc. They collect the payment before starting the buffet and we were guided to a VIP room on the 3rd level as the 2nd level is full. We walked past many shops to a secluded area before reaching the VIP room which is actually an air-conditioned shop also own by them. Seeing many customers eating the mookata here calm our nerves and we are worried for nothing. 🤣 The food quality is quite fresh and we loves the crayfish and oysters 😍. We peel off the shell before BBQ so it cooks much faster, WB becomes an expert in peeling the crayfish. We ate till so full that I don't think I will eat mookata for the rest of this year. Bye Mookata, I really had enough. 😅 #CheeseStoryMookataBuffet
A Super Worth it Cheese Mookata If you love cheese and BBQ...and seafood, you are gonna love this! The cheese dip was a mixture of cheese which made it soft and stretchy. A little too...pick out your crayfish and ask the staff to peel them for you! Price: $29.90 per pax (buffet)
[Mookata Buffet, $29.90] The upcoming long weekend has waned my mood to work today and I’m thinking of this dreamy mookata with melted cheese dip on the side. Apart from the run of the mill mookata ingredients, I particularly enjoyed their Thai spicy sauce marinated prawns that are already peeled and primed for grilling. The soup however is a sad excuse for water but knowing all the juices and fats will flavor it after 15 minutes, all is forgiven. And guess what, this place runs 24/7 so supper is reality.
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