Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ (JEM)

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Seorae is not your ordinary Korean Restaurant. Seorae is the first Galmaegisal restaurant in Singapore. We serve Galmaegisal. A special pork cut that is only available in 5% of the entire adult pig. It's so juicy and tender. Legend say in the past it was only served for the Korean Royalty family. Seorae serves the highest quality meat and produce. You will experience the best of Korean Grill!

50 Jurong Gateway Road
#B1-10 Jem
Singapore 608549

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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We ordered 3 plates of meats and they were all so wonderfully marinated. Full of flavours and sooo tender. The free flow of side dishes makes the experience even better. The kimchi soup was well-received by all of us, though it could be a little hotter when served. Servers were responsive to change the BBQ hotplate after we finished a plate of meat. The BBQ experience was not smoky and we left the place feeling satisfied. It was quiet at 4pm when we reached.
Will be back!

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Never heard of Seorae but we were craving some korean meat so we ordered in from them and we were pleasantly surprised by all their dishes. All of them exceeded expectations. Yummmmmm

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The meats are good quality, the set worth the money and sides dishes taste good too. Recommended!

So-so and is not cheap. The pork belly is too thick and very hard to bbq.

Liked this a lot previously as it was thick and chewy, but still crispy on the outside. However, it was pretty disappointing this time, as it was pretty floury, and not crisp at all :( The amount of ingredients also seem to have decreased.

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Had my first naengmyeon ever at their plaza sing outlet previously, and I still liked it this time! It comes with white vinegar & mustard that you can add by yourself. The noodles are thin and chewy , and I love the broth especially after adding the white vinegar - it is delightfully sour and refreshing. I never thought the words “cold” and “broth” would go well together, but this proved me wrong. Found the noodles a little clumpy this time, but would still go for this when I here :)