1 Hillview Rise
#01-04 Hillview Community Club
Singapore 667970

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11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

05:30pm - 09:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 09:00pm

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Operating this restaurant is a Korean family that do give very homely service, and I must say their food is really homely tasting too!

Don't be surprised to come in the restaurant without a menu, as the family decides on the menu for you. Their lunch set ($17.90 but varies) comes with about 9 side dishes with soup and rice and all of them were pretty delicious! Don't expect their food to be incredibly flavourful, as they were not oily nor too salty, making them taste like home cooked food.

Fruits and waffles were also served after the meal and I was so surprised to know that their waffles were mochi waffles! Really satisfying with the crispy exterior and chewy interior. Definitely recommended to those who are around the area!

Very filling meal of homecooked korean dishes. Cant choose but its gd enuf for me

If you are looking for homely Korean food, here's one to visit. Run by a Korean family, this is located at the ground floor of Hillview CC. Dishes rotate daily, with the day's menu featured on their IG account. We liked the beef stew, soup and their mochi waffle dessert!

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Came here after reading good reviews online. It’s no longer a free-flow buffet but a set meal - they told us after we tried to order more portions. (They stopped the buffet a year ago due to COVID and haven’t updated their banner outside Hillview CC.)

Service was slow when we went on a Sunday evening. We reserved for 6.30, arrived at 6.40, were seated at 6.50 and got our food at 7.10. There’s only 3 of them in the family running the restaurant, so their manpower problems were evident. The delay was due to their manpower crunch, so definitely reserve and come at an off-peak timing if possible. (From the time we reached till the time we finished there was always a queue waiting outside, which only finally dissipated at 8pm.)

My favourite dishes were the chicken bulgogi, kelp, kimchi and mashed potato. The chicken was tasty and comforting, kelp was fresh and crunchy, kimchi was very mild compared to other kimchis (not strongly sour or spicy, which I found refreshing) and potato was creamy and slightly sweet but had nice chewy chunks. The dessert waffle was also nice. Very small portion but it had a mochi/tapioca cake-like chewy texture. Likely not made from wheat flour. All the dishes were above average, except that I found the omelette quite ordinary. The food is less salty and oily than usual restaurant food and more like homemade food.

Would come again to try the rotating menu, though I think the value for money has fallen now that it’s no longer free flow. As you can see they serve only a small portion of each dish, so you won’t have much of your favourites. Though we were still very full without extras.

Tucked in corner at Hillview CC, retaurant is cosy and newly renovated.

20 dollars for dinner buffet, variety is simple and menu changes every night

Had lunch at Wang’s Family Kitchen and it was a really nice meal. They do their food buffet style, with a changing daily menu that you can check over on their Instagram at @wangfamilykitchen. Everyone’s first set comes like this with a little bit of everything that’s offered that day, then you can continue to ask for seconds, thirds, etc. before you end off with dessert and fruits!

Food was so good, you can just feel the amount of thought they put into them. It’s authentic, very homely and I especially love how ‘clean tasting’ they were. Some of the items we had were stir-fried egg plant, grilled seafood chives dumplings, dakgalbi, sweet pumpkin porridge and the super addictive fried sliced sweet potatoes. The service was superb as well, everyone’s friendly and checked in with us regularly to offer top ups. Prices are nett and is at $18.90 for weekends. Prices remain the same for lunch and dinner.

📍Wang Family Kitchen
Hillview CC #01-04
1 Hillview Rise Singapore 667970
🕦 11.30am to 9pm Daily, 5.30pm to 9pm on Sundays