28 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088451

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05:00pm - 03:00am

05:00pm - 03:00am

05:00pm - 03:00am

05:00pm - 03:00am

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On first glance it might look pretty unassuming and frankly a little small in portion, but boy was this baby super filling. Brimming with ingredients like ham, sausages, tofu, mushroom, onions and leek, this army stew was so generous in ingredients and the taste was so on point! 🤤🤤 Loved that the ramen noodles are done really QQ, and everything was just so on point - from the service, to the 4 simple side dishes, to the price point (50% with eatigo) - there’s really not much more to ask for. Definitely a place I’ll return for some good old comforting korean food 😋😋

This has got to be one of the best kimchi pancakes I’ve had in Singapore! 🤯🤯 The pancake is the perfect balance between being thick and doughy, yet maintaining that perfect thin crisp with every bite! 🤤🤤 Chocked full of ingredients, this pancake was really bursting with flavour and you really have to taste it to believe it! Korean food in Singapore is generally around the same standard, but this pancake is definitely a cut above the rest 😍😍 Amazing efficient service with 4 yummy simple side dishes and water provided, plus there’s eatigo 50% off which makes it ridiculously value for money! 👍🏻👍🏻

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Our first thoughts - this is a really huge pot. It is recommended for 3 to 4 people, but I would even say it may feed 5 to 6 people. You get free flow noodles, fish cakes and rice cakes here, so imagine the carbs which are piling.

Towards the end, there is even a complimentary option to finish off with rice, seaweed and beansprouts where it transforms into a huge pot of fried rice. Just make sure you have enough appetite to finish this OTT (Read: Over the top) huge pot of Korean-goodness!

Had dinner at @Sikdang.SG, a one month old casual Korean restaurant in Tanjong Pagar which specialises in hotpot! This huge serving ($29) can definitely feed 4 people at least. Comforting meal at the end of yet another busy work week. TGIF everyone!


Feature army stew.
Tasty but not spicy soup base of stew, full with ingredients such as sausage, ham, mushroom, tofu and vegetable.
📍Sikdang Sg.
28 Tanjong Pagar Road.

Sikdang is one of the new kids on the block, specializing in Korean hotpot and other familiar dishes that you can find in a Korean kitchen. From the Sikdang’s Fried Chicken ($18), Grilled Pork Belly ($24) to Cheese Bul Dak ($24), you can get your protein fix while at the same time sweat it out from the Army Stew ($29, pictured) and soon-to-be-released Super Sik Dak-galbi, the restaurant’s rendition of the dak-galbi that contains chicken chunks, cabbage, sweet poattoes and tteokbokki that’s cooked in a thick gochujang sauce. There is also a surprise for diners that by ordering this, they can get to enjoy free flow noodles, fish cakes, rice cakes and cheese into the galbi. End the meal on a high as rice, seaweed and spring onions are added into the pan and mixed with the remaining sauce and ingredients.
Address: 28, Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088451
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