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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
Amanda
26w
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
mad
38w
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/
Sean
43w
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8 Type of Marinated Pork BBQ Delicious pork, their signatures 8 type of marinated pork allow us to experience the different taste of pork. Free flow of kimchi & beansprout. Highly recommended for pork bbq
Jessica
15w
Meaty Mondays Best Mondays While their 8 Colors Set is a little dear at $98++, you can rest assured that the pork being served is serious top shelf quality, as the pork is from the highly prized Hungarian Mangalitsa pigs. Those piggies are basically Hungary’s version of the famous Spanish Iberico pigs, and they are every bit as delicious. The eight marinades slathered on the pork bellies are (from lightest flavored to heaviest), original, wine, honey ginger, curry, herb, miso, red pepper paste and kalbi. While the first three marinades were effectively there only in spirit, it allowed the superb natural flavors of the pork belly to really steal the show. The pork is fatty but utterly unctuous, and so so tremendously tender. All the flavors taste exactly as expected, but the miso & kalbi marinated ones daintily danced away with my heart thanks their stellar flavors. There’s always a waitstaff who’ll patrol your general area and cook your meats for you. They’re pretty on the ball too, so all you gotta do is kick back and turn those Monday blues into a Monday boom.
Russell
47w
#팔색삼겹살 8 Colours (Mangalica Pork Belly) Set. This $98++ set meal for 4 pax comes with a large chigae hotpot, fresh green lettuce, heaps of dangkong (soy sprouts) and kimchi on the hotplate placed strategically downstream of the pork (so that the veg gets cooked in blistering hot oil which oozes out naturally as the pork crisps). Drinks are extra charge, at $2 per large glass of iced poricha. Mangalica Pigs are small, cute and furry. This could have worked well in their favour had they not been so amazingly tasty and generously marbled as well. It is related to the European wild boar you see being roasted in Uderzo's comic strips, which I have wanted to eat when I was still Asterix's height. Mangalica samgyeopsal is amazingly well-suited for K BBQ's, as the founder of 8 Korea must have realised in a foodie eureka moment... I really learnt only five years ago on a family holiday that: pork bellies are tastier eaten only after they really really crisp, from a patient elder couple who ran a little samgyeopsal shop in Daehangno. This is somewhat surprising to me, because I have put many earlier meals of samgyeopsal with soju literally under my belt. Yet perhaps, it is not so surprising considering how soju can make one forget! Now that I think of it, this tallies well with a great aunt's recipe for loh bak, which also calls for sauteeing the pork belly till it blisters. I went to this restaurant at The Central on a weekend when it would be less crowded. #koreanfoodie
Man in Blog
47w
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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!
Hui Ying
2w
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.
Melissa
13w
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
Chetan
18w
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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
2y
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
2y
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
3y
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