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!
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Address

68 Orchard Road
#02-01 Plaza Singapura
Singapore 238839

Friday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

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Price

~$35/pax

Reviews at Seorae (Plaza Singapura)

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CHEESE MANDU TTEOKBOKKI - Korean rice cake cooked in hot sauce, served on Korean hot pan with fried fish cake, egg, corn cheese dumpling, ramyeon and pineapple. Everything just tasted so good together. It's my first time tasting the corn cheese dumpling and it really wowed me. SPICY DAKGALBI - Overnight marinated chicken thigh with spicy sauce. WOOSAMGYEOB - US beef shortplate, thinly sliced and marinated with their special juicy sauce. The meats were marinated well and tasted so goodddd! Definitely one of the better Korean BBQ I have tasted.

So daebak.

SEORAE Korean Charcoal BBQ @seoraesg has launched its 2nd outlet in the West at Jem.

There is the NEW 2-in-1 Jjigae, with two Korean broths such as kimchi, gochujang or bulgogi in one pot.
Also new are dedicated grilling station, and a self-service salad bar for FREE Flow Banchan.
Jem Opening Promo - $25 OFF all a la carte order, with a minimum spend of S$60++ for month of August.
More here >
http://danielfooddiary.com/2017/08/26/seoraejem/ #DFDSP

We can’t stop dipping our meats into the layer of melted cheese. The creaminess is hard to resist. You’ll be glad to know that SEORAE uses authentic top-notch white charcoal which gives a stronger smoky flavour to their meats.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/seorae/

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It does for me!
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Featured: Mix Kkochi Platter (Spicy Enoki Pork Belly, Kimchi Pork Belly, Cheese Beef Shortplate, Enoki Beef Shortplate, Mushrooms)
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Where to find this?
Seorae @seoraesg
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68 Orchard Road, Plaza Singapura L2-01, S237839

Sun to Thu: 11.30pm to 10pm
Fri/Sat: 11.30am to 11pm
[Mon to Fri (3pm to 5pm): No Grill/Patbingsoo]
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Price: S$21.90++ (comes with free refillable side dishes and 4 refills of super duper delicious steamed egg, swipe to see it 👉🏼)
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[This was taken at a food tasting.]

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Enjoy a fuss-free lunch in the heart of the city as SEORAE serves up its signature selection—including Kkochi Platters, Budae Jjigae, Seoul Bulgogi and Dolsot Bibimbap—in affordable lunch sets (starting from S$10.90) with free drinks and side dishes that are perfect for sharing.
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Enjoy 20% off on your BBQ meats and the option of getting them expertly grilled to perfection by your very own server, allowing you to head back to the office without smelling like smoke.
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#seorae

If you are one who likes to have some cocktails with your food, @seoraesg will be a good place to visit!
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Introducing the new Pineapple Soju (S$22.90++), a refreshing cocktail where fresh pineapple fruit invites Korean soju over to its pineapple home for a Korean BBQ meat-ing!
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Where to find this?
Seorae @seoraesg
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68 Orchard Road, Plaza Singapura L2-01, S237839

Sun to Thu: 11.30pm to 10pm
Fri/Sat: 11.30am to 11pm
[Mon to Fri (3pm to 5pm): No Grill/Patbingsoo]

These Korean Street food skewers are charred in front of your eyes and goes great with their newest Pineapple Soju ($22.90). If you come by during lunch it's cost $24.90 with stew (Jjigae), rice and drinks that is good for 2!
Haven't been posting much recently as I wasn't feeling my best, thank you for still sticking around ❤️

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With spiciness that only tickles my tongue, this is definitely something that can satisfy my tastebuds.
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$35.90++ ala carte
$26.90++ with min. of 2 grill meat at regular price
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This was taken at a media tasting.

H O S T E D
Check out this new set for two people on SEORAE's menu. It features a huge Korean hot pan of Cheese Mandu Tteokbokki + Three BBQ Meats.
Protein-lovers will undoubtedly drool over the juicy trio of "Woorsamgyeob" (US beef shortplate cut marinated with special sauce), "Samgyeobsal" (spicy pork belly) and the "Galmaegisal" (the signature premium lean yet superbly tender pork skirt meat). Do note the best way to enjoy the pork is to dunk it in the hot, gooey melted cheese.
Sweet and spicy, the very hearty Cheese Mandu Tteokbokki is a riot of chewy Korean rice cake, egg, fried fish cake, ramyeon and pineapple partying away in hot sauce. On the rim of the pan sits a few corn-cheese dumplings that look like mini curry puffs that've been stuffed with a sweetish creamy corn filling. This was an unexpected hit with us all too.

One of the famous Korean Grilled Restaurant rooted in SG since 2016. Was here during their first month, and now is my second visit after a year. Disappointment comes when you are craving for something good and worth, but it turns out not to be the same/similar to what you expected. The price of the meat seem ok in the menu, but when it got served, it is just a tiny portion (10 slices of meat). Okay, usually we eat with garlic, onion and of cause the sauces, but no garlic is given, you need to ask for it (and they give you small tiny one) and the sauces are way too little. Errr...never mind. One thing I can't answer to myself is that, a bbq restaurant has no tissue paper, why? The side dish kimchi is just average (only 4 types of side dishes). Oh yeah, what I know from my first visit is that they charged on the refill of steamed egg, but now they allow you to refill up to three times only! HAHA! Remember, don't over eating because of the meat is just way too little! Think I will go the other restaurant next time. Hmmm...

Korean BBQ and early bday celebration with SSG 😉👗
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This sweet makgeoli almost taste like there is no alcohol! Just a nice sweet end to the BBQ!
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#burpple #midweek #makgeolli

They serve super good spicy rice cakes!! Their meat are definitely on the pricier side but definitely worth the try as they are high grade imported meat!

Let's start from the point we got in. Waiter was talkin to us, stopped half way to entertain another guest. How nice!
When we were seated, we were served in 10 mins of our food which is good. Ordered 3 dishes. The first dish came was the kimchi stew. The next that came was the kimchi pancakes. The Waiter actually handed the item to me to put it on my own table. (even if you go to a hawker place to order, the Aunty/uncle at least chucks it on your table). Then came the spicy rice cakes. Same issue..
Now for the taste of the food.
1) kimchi stew - the consistency of the 'stew' is more like kimchi soup you find at Korean food stalls at koufu. We counted 5 tiny cubes of meat (that's if you consider one of them that was pure fat). In short the stew wasn't cooked well.
2) In my opinion, the best of the lot. The pancakes was crispy on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside.
3) Spicy Rice cakes was not too bad.
I guess these days restaurants don provide free water. Even basic stuff like serviettes was not provide either. Not even tissue paper? For a bbq restaurant?
I may be picky, but that was what i experienced


Craving for some savoury food like.... Korean BBQ!

Love the different cuts of meat at Seorae, like Galmaegisal (pork 'skirt meat') and Samgyeobsal (pork belly).

Eat the Galmaegisal by dipping into the onion and spicy sauces or melted cheese.

PS: {Late Night Dining Promotion}Complimentary 2 Soju Bombs or 1 Patbingsoo for dine-in customers after 8.30pm with $60 minimum spend.

4 munchies: Another top pick of mine from this Korean charcoal BBQ chain known for its galmaegisal (pork skirt meat), the Sinsa Patbingsoo was a delight to have after a night of spicy and greasy fare. Served in a honeydew bowl, the high-quality milk shaved ice was topped with vanilla ice cream, red beans, and fresh honeydew. Those firm yet juicy balls of melon were an absolute treat – bursting natural sweetness in every bite!

If you're dining in at Seorae from 8.30pm onwards, I'd highly recommend you to get the Sinsa Patbingsoo (or 2 soju bombs worth $20) with $60 minimum spend.

This was a hosted meal by Seorae, courtesy of Pamela and Bless Inc. Asia.

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