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Buffet Lunch What’s for lunch at @jushinjungwest ? Unlimited Barbecue buffet at S$32++/ adult + S$1++/pax for water and wet towel. There’s Wusamgyub (Sliced Beef Belly), Bulgogi (Seasoned Slice Beef), Samgyub (Pork Belly), Moksal (Pork Collar), Daeji (Marinated Pork), Dak (Marinated Chicken), and Saewoo (Prawn) With a choice of main dish per person which I selected Galbitang (Clear Beef Rib Soup) Accompanied with lots of Ban Chan (side dishes). Plus fruit and Apple Cider after the meal.. . Ju Shin Jung Korean Charcoal BBQ Address 🏡 : 27 West Coast Highway # 01-18/19 Westway IF Singapore 🇸🇬 117 867 Tel ☎️ : 6464 087 Open ⏰ : 12pm - 3pm, 6pm - 11pm Website 🌐 : http://www.jushinjung.com.sg MRT 🚇 : Haw Par Villa (CC25)
Doreen
1w
Banchan Paradise Meats were not phenomenal but the side dishes made up for it. Maybe get a la carte instead of buffet.
Sam
12w
Set B ($175) Birthday Feast! Didn’t expect that the table will be soon groaning under the weight of all the food when we ordered. At lost on what to order, we went for the recommended Set B which comes with - Heuk Moksal aka Premium Black Pork Collar - Hujae Samgyub aka Smoke Pork Belly - Hangjeong aka Pork Jowl - Mushroom platter - One choice of soup - One choice of pancake (chives, seafood or kimchi) - Makgeolli aka Korean Rice Wine - Oreo Bingsu And as we felt it might not be enough, we still add on Ginseng Chicken and Marinated Chicken. OPPSIE! Luckily there was a staff helping us to barbecue the food so it was pretty hassle free for us. A variety of side dishes and well cooked meat, all we need to do is to polish off the food!
Cassie
1y
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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
13w
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
27w
Reserved Thoughts On Korea BBQ A Local Taste Was finding a Korean bbq place for a family treat and found this hyper bbq hideout on the web that was popular among singaporean but also recommended by various food blogs ( media interview) and also sold out reservations in most of the weekends. The review and its facebook page share of its famous variety of flavoured pork ;beef and chicken with pork having the largest selection of flavours ranging from lychee to curry taste. Despite the word “fusion” is used in this bbq place which also serve steamboat at its ground floor situated in 2 storey shophouse where bbq is on 2nd floor. The food in my opinion has failed to meet a minimal satisfaction in term even the prices are the same as those major Korean bbq food franchises. The store has a 4 yrs history. In summary here are the honest info in my opinion for foodies as references : Pros: 1. There is no time limit for the bbq meaning you can eat from lunch to dinner but if you intend to do so then you have to be prepared to pay for dinner price then. We book at 3 pm but finished at 5pm. 2. The staffs are attentive enough to address to our needs and even help us to change table and provide us fresh utensils when they want us to move to give up table for larger crowd. 3. Waffles are something new which the staff will make as first order for you which took 10 minutes. 4. So far meat marinating has no msg especially gong pao chicken which proofs that. So is the pork collar meat which was the only better choice of variety for the meat. 5. They used Teflon sheet on hot plate which I think is good and innovative as it doesn’t burn the food that easily and is easy to replace rather than constant changing of the hot plate and is speedy. Cons: 1. Most marinating of meat are either bland or overpowering like lychee pork belly which simply taste like sugar syrup and wonder why most food blog stated it has strong lychee taste. Turn out another table guest actually asked for waiter for the same enquiry and it was answered as lychee is sweet that’s all - u to decide. 2. Houseflies - despite within an aircon room ; our food was constantly visited by houseflies and since the food station is also open concept thus it becomes a concern. 3. Lack of varieties as it deem as fusion ; is more like given same common cut but marinated in different sauces and lack what Korean bbq should have in term of meat cut like beef short ribs. 4.Seafood disappointment on the bamboo clams are huge discount despite I think good intention for owner to supply high end seafood but it failed badly simply the bamboo clams are filled with sand when chew on ; we have to discard whole lot. 5. The air vent to suck in all oily fumes produced by bbq are almost powerless and despite we asked if it can turned up ; we will instead told is due to aircon facing us; after moving to next table ; the fumes suction didn’t seems to improve and we ended overwhelmed from head to our bags with bbq Smokey and oily smell. Additionally no storage of bags to avoid that smell neither. 6. The topping up may seem slow which was assume that is cross over from lunch to dinner as a few items we have requested was not ready except when we are done and dinner time started. 7. Parking is inconvenient since is situated along Dunlop Street but is near to Jalan Besar mrt if you want to come visit.” Overall ; suitable for those who wants cheap and endless fill of meats without breaking your bank and no time limit and hope the owner can improve on those above mentioned points after seeing my post which I believe will make this bbq place a worthy place again for Long lasting returning customers-every customers walked out seems unsatisfactory and were commenting or complaining in someway since we sat near the cashiers. Prices and time are available at their fb page.
don
51w
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Korean BBQ Feasted at all you can eat in 90minutes, Korean BBQ Buffet @bugisjunctionxbugisplus #daessiksinkoreanbbq By far the best value for my $$ with weekday Lunch At 14:90 per person, you can’t ask for more. A wide array of marinated meats,salads, soups, fruits , hot and cold beverages and lastly dessert. The best part was the staff were pretty prompt at replenishing the meats etc, given the high demand and yes, you cook it all right at your table. It’s almost smoke free😋😋👏 Daessiksin Korean BBQ Buffet is at 201 Victoria Street, Bugis Plus #04-05. On weekdays, Lunch: $14.90 adult, $8.90 child; Dinner: $24.90 adult, $18.90 child.......Weekends, PH and eve of PH: All-day: $24.90 adult, $18.90 child.
Shaa
3w
[Daessiksin by MOF] Not sure why but I just feel so lethargic & unmotivated this week. All I want to do now is to sit down, not care about anything else and enjoy all the BBQ meats to my tummy's content. Food therapy at its best. At only S$14.90++ per pax for their #koreanbbq weekday lunch buffet, I thought the selection of meats here was not bad. Totally ❤️ the bacon, bulgogi beef, marinated pork ribs & spicy chicken that were beautifully marinated and tasted excellent when paired with pickled radish & kimchi. The cooked food section wasn't spectacular but the crispy fried potatoes were pretty moreish. 👍🏼
Geri
2y
Korean BBQ Lunch Buffet Only $14.90++ for the lunch buffet. You have 2hours from the time you enter to eat your fill of a nice spread of meats - bulgogi, spicy chicken, pork belly, bacon and beef short rib, various cooked items and side dishes. My greatest KBBQ peeve are meats full of tendon. The meats we had here were free of tendon, fresh and the marinades were really tasty. 😋 The restaurant was also so well-ventilated! Would recommend for a simple but satisfying KBBQ feast ☺️
Cassandra
2y
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Boiled Or Barbecued? Very mediocre dining bbq buffet experience at this place. The side dishes were decent, while the soup was pretty good. However, given that the bbq meats were really off the mark, I’m forced to give this place a subpar rating, despite the reasonable price. The meats were either strange in flavour or really bland, probably contributed by the unusual bbq cooking method - steel plate lined with baking paper with very weak fire. The meat tasted as though they were boiled in plain water and not barbecued like they are supposed to. Will not recommend this place to anyone for their bbq, if you’re forced to eat here maybe you’ll have more luck with their ala cart stews.
Nigel
1y
Ala-carte Buffet Dinner Picked MARU as a spot for our yearly Chinese New Year gathering with a couple of friends — pretty satisfied with the spread here. No doubt this isn’t the free-flow style buffet that one can help themselves to the counter, but the ala-carte buffet here certainly still feeds us pretty well. For $21 (before service charge), they were pretty generous with the banchan while also comes with soup on the side, Kimchi Pancakes and Gimbap altogether. The meats were also pretty decent without being excessively heavy on flavour — didn’t find ourselves getting too jelak over the meats nor dousing water constantly throughout the meal. Was also pretty impressed that the servers were also getting round the tables helping out with the cooking of the meats (which included different cuts of chicken, pork and beef marinated in various styles); a good deal considering the price. No doubt it lacks the fun that other places have considering the variety is pretty limited (no seafood nor much vegetables to go with on the grill) and for the fact that it isn’t a self-service buffet concept, but the quality and service did certainly made up for it at the price. Perhaps one of the most enjoyable Chinese New Year gathering spots that we have had over the past few years.
Xing Wei
1y
Korean BBQ Looking for buffet under $25? 🍴Come down to Maru BBQ. 2 hours of eating time, $21++ per pax for Adult Dinner and $14++ for Adult Lunch. The staff here are really nice as they cook for you while you are busy peeling off prawn shells or chewing the meat. The place is well air conditioned and ventilated as well.💯 What's there to think?🤔 ✔Service || ✔Value || ✔Quantity Nearest MRT station is Beauty World. It's a walking distance to the famous prata, Al-Azhar as well!!! 😍
Sheryl
2y
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Amazing Korean BBQ Stumbled across this unassuming spot near the gym, #CheatmealSunday & we were so glad we gave it a try. So many options of meat, fish, prawn, particularly loved the pork chop, ribeye cuts, pork belly + the variety of vegetables, sauces and kimchi. Includes the cooked buffet spread too! Definitely try the rice cakes, kimchi stew and seafood pancake! At $25.80++, this was certainly well worth the spend!
Vanessa
10w
Korean BBQ buffet At A Reasonable Price You may miss this korean bbq buffet place at the corner along the katong area but it is definitely value for money! There are a number of choices of meat including beef (marinated or not), chicken and pork belly in wine, garlic or not marinated one! Free flow Hot dishes are served too and you can have korean pancake, fried chicken, a few types of kimchi or even have a bowl of soup while waiting for the food to be ready! Veg and different sauces are served just in case you would like to wrap the meat while eating. The staffs are really friendly and they can address everything quickly. Recommended if you’re looking for korean bbq buffet at the east side.
M
50w
Good Value Korean BBQ Buffet In Tanjong Katong I admit that I rarely go for Korean BBQs, let alone Korean BBQ Buffets. So I am not the best judge of them but I really liked my dinner at #DanjiSg a lot. Owned by a friendly Korean Chef-owner whom you'll notice popping in and out of the kitchen often to check on things, I get this feeling this is a place where pride is taken in everything they do. The elegant Korean lady manager may not speak much English but she has a very pleasant demeanor about her as she walks around to clear dishes, and doesn't hesitate to help clean the grilling pan when she sees it getting gunky from use. For the price (all listed below), I think their spread is impressive, especially for the meats to be barbecued. There're big, thick slices of pork belly dressed either in wine, garlic and Korean spicy bean paste, marinated beef short rib and beef brisket (my favourite - it's so buttery!). You can help yourself to the pile of fresh lettuce, sliced raw garlic, whole green chillies and different sauces to wrap the grilled meats in too. Seafood lovers will be pleased to know Danji offers really big prawns, squid and fish too (but the fish nothing fancy - just the white cottony-soft type). Besides the above, the buffet includes classic Korean cooked dishes such as kimchi stew, ginseng chicken soup, chives pancake, chicken wings and a tasty stirfried "japchae" (glass noodles). There's freeflow of rice, Korean tea and water. Dessert is simple cut fruit. I am glad the chef-owner does not display a huge amount of food at one go but does top-ups regularly instead. It's wonderful to see the focus is on having food taste fresh rather than simply going for a "wow" visual factor. Buffet prices are as follows: Weekday Lunch (11.30am to 2.30pm): Adult $15+, Child (4-12yrs) $8+ Weekday Dinner (5.30pm to 10pm): Adult $22+, Child $16+ Weekend & Public Holiday (11.30am to 10pm): Adult $24.80+, Child $16+ Address: 188L Tanjong Katong Road Tel: 6348 1244
Veronica
1y
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Jackpot K Seafood & Cheese BBQ Buffet [$37.90/pax] There are several cheese and seafood BBQ options in Golden Mile Complex, but we ended up at Jackpot K because of their free flow oysters and salmon sashimi! Oysters were surprisingly good but the quality and inconsistent freshness of the sashimi made us afraid to order more. Variety of food available was about average - various meats, vegetables, shells, squids, crabs, crayfish, canned drinks and ice cream but taste wise, it was quite one dimensional and not really worth the money. We had the most of eggs (cooked on the sides of the pot and actually really good), crayfish and oysters. The store has different cooking pans as well and the type similar to mookata with the dome shaped centre was splattering so much oil that we had to cook the food standing further away. We appreciated the friendly service but would have preferred to head a few doors down for New Udon Thai's Mookata!
Wei Zhi
2y
Cheesy Mokata . | Thai style mokata, Korean molten cheese and thick American cut meat. Free flow of curry crab, fried wings and drinks. . | I loved the thick cut of meat. Dripping the juicy meat into the molten pool of cheese was more than sinful. However, after the tenth bite, the heaviness sat in. . | Their curry crab and wing was ok but don't expect too much. If you asked me if I going to revisit, my answer would be a definitely No.
Peter
3y
Cheese die us!! #Gastronome #Wanderlust #igsg #sgig #instasg #instafood #foodporn #sgfood #sgfoodies #foodgawker #foodspotting #tastespotting #f52grams #beautifulcuisines #burpple #8dayseat #whati8today
Celestial
3y
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