[CLOSED] Tae Woo Korean Restaurant

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6 Eu Tong Sen Street
#03-84/103/104 Clarke Quay Central
Singapore 059817

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Lunch Set: Sweet & Sour Pork (S) + a Half Jajangmyeon & Half Jjampong [$42++]

They serve food pretty fast so that's great for h(angry) men. The sweet &sour gravy is served in a separate bowl from the plate of fried pork. The strong smell of vinegar intrudes your nasal path and goes all the way up! Jang, you'll be thinking why is this dish their signature when it smells kinda bad.

But wow, when our teeth sank into the pork chop (yes they taste like pork chop coated in a thin batter!! score points for zero clots of fats, zero grease and such tender meat!), we were pleasantly amazed. The sweetness of this dish came from the pork. While the sour vinegar taste got instantly balanced out. The gravy has quite a thick yet smooth consistency (think: goooey) which coats the meat really well.

The jajangmyeon has lotsa onions in them which makes it so fragrant! The texture of the noodles were al dente. I could do with even more chew thou! But hey, that's just my personal preference. My friend commented that this Jajangmyeon was the closest she could get to the ones she had in Korea. I can't even recall how Jajangmyeon in Korea tasted like.. It's been too long!

Jjampong features the same noodles but in a seafood soup. The soup is quite nice and doesn't taste like the usual instant korean noodles soup base. It has a stronger seafood flavour to it.

Go give this place a try, the sweet and sour pork is nothing like the typical tze char's rendition (:

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This is good for those who don’t know to eat Jajangmyeon or Jjampong 😅

Jjampong is quite spicy. Noodle is a bit too soft for me. With some squids and mussels.

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Baby octopus was quite chewy but still acceptable. Wasn't really much seafood and the soup was also meh. Taste like msg. Ya and feels like something anyone can make at home. Again, just stick to their jajangmyeon

Again incredibly overpriced. This was plain bad as well. Maybe it's a curse of the 18++ dishes lol. The tofu wasn't even really coated in the sauce, which wasn't spicy at all despite the triple chili sign next to it. What a scam. Sauce was more sweet than spicy and didn't really have much flavour either. I guess just stick with what they're known for

Incredibly overpriced. It's more expensive than the seafood jajangmyeon but there's not a single shred of meat to be found. Plenty of mushrooms, onions as well as black fungus, but it was incredibly greasy(no wonder they need to serve it with rice). Pepper and sesame oil were the predominant flavours, so it felt like something which anyone could whip up at home. Definitely had better japchae

The best dish of this meal. There's more sauce in this than the original so the noodles are gonna be more savoury which is right up my alley. I would prefer the onions to be even softer but that's personal preference. It's basically everything good about the original amped up, and with seafood