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Located within walking distance from Telok Ayer MRT (DT Line). Decided to be adventurous and enter a Korean restaurant that I haven’t dined in before along that street and I would say that it’s a pleasant surprise!

It has an authentic setting, with the usual BBQ and stews on the menu. I ordered a Beef Soup and Bibimbap to have a good gauge of the quality of food. Ordering is generally done through the iPad.

Serving of side dishes were generous and they were mostly tasty. Love the kimchi and fish cake! It’s a rare find in SG.

As for the main dishes, the soup was thick and the beef was tender! Only wished that there was more beef in the soup. They have really good gochujang (sauce) to accompany the bibimbap. The chicken in it was yummy too. The portion is generally smaller than what you get in other restaurants but with the side dishes, you will be filled.

Quality is worth more than the quantity for this ! Will come back to try other dishes!

Oh yes. Most of the diners were koreans too!

there's many korean restaurants in the area and always wanted to try this one with their lunch sets. Had the beef bone soup, and felt its creamy but saltier than what I like. The banchans (side dishes) are very much welcomed.

For $13 at this authentic korean setting, its not too bad

Yummy food with good prices for lunch!
All these for 31$ inclusive of gst :)

These beef cubes are so juicy and succulent, when BBQ to the right level of charred-ness, it's super delicious! 😋😍

I didn't expect it to be such a huge serving. However, once we had a taste of that sweet and kickass-spicy stew of sliced pork and beansprouts, finishing it didn't seem to be too much of a problem 😋 #koreanfood #koreanstew #Singkoba #SingkobaSG #sgfood #instafoodsg #burpple


We walked into this Korean restaurant in the spirit of randomness and felt like we hit the jackpot with this dish. Why? Because it was gastronomic gratification of the Korean kind, pure and simple. Maybe it was the mood we were in and this somehow was that "comfort food" we didn't even know we were looking for. Anyway, the deliciousness was a combination of many elements. To start with, the slices of three-layered pork that had bits of crunchy soft bone cartilage were just the right thickness. They were cooked with a generous amount of fresh, big soy bean sprouts, some seaweed and a few pieces of "ddeok" (Korean glutinous rice cakes) in a sweet and spicy concentrated gravy.
The portion was so large it could be easily shared amongst four persons but the two of us managed to polish off most of it. Yes, we have rather healthy appetites ☺️