19 Lorong Kilat
#01-02
Singapore 598120

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Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 12:00am

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 12:00am

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 12:00am

Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 12:00am

Sunday:
05:00pm - 12:00am

Monday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 12:00am

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

The jjm noodles were softer than expected, sauce was very savoury and got a bit salty towards the end. But there was a rather generous portion of onions + beef pieces. Decent but I’ve had better! It’s kinda similar to hawker beef noodles with 粗米粉.

Stew was meh, I didn’t have much of it. There is a part of a small crab which was surprising. Banchan was also average.

This was alright. Out of the 3 (pork belly, marinated spare ribs & Boston butt), the Boston butt was the nicest but it wasn’t v tender or anything. The marinated spare ribs were tender but I felt like it was a bit salty.

The best thing in this pic? The grilled enoki + hot kimchi LOL but the enoki is really nice, since it’s grilled with the meat juices!

It’s near my place so maaaybe I’ll try their pajeon/bibimbap next time but not in the near future :p Service is pretty slow and they’re nice but everyone is so busy so it’s pretty hard to catch their attention. Also doesn’t help that it feels like they block out their peripheral vision and only attend to what they are doing at that time. So if you see someone on the way to do something you gotta expect that it takes a lot more than wildly flailing arms to catch their attention.

Gimbap ($10), essentially rice rolled in seaweed with selected ingredients, is one of my favourite Korean signature foods and my must-order if the Korean restaurant I visit serves it. Woorinara Korean Restaurant (@woorinara.sg) serves the traditional gimbap rolled with vegetables and spam, as well as another version rolled with cheese.

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Bukit Timah area is a strong battleground for Korean restaurants in Singapore. For a meat lover like me, the Beef Bulgogi ($15 with rice) from Woorinara Korean Restaurant (@woorinara.sg) has won me over with its robust sweet and savoury marinated beef. 😍 Thick and big slices of beef served on a piping hot plate, every piece was so tender and flavourful, we finished them in no time. If only I could have this everyday without a care of my waistline 😆.

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Cheese Seafood & Kimchi Pancake ($23) from Woorinara Korean Restaurant (@woorinara.sg) was totally on point with the satisfying cheese pull, 🤤 it was crispy around the edges and moist in the center.

For the price point, I was expecting at least a few chunks of squid and succulent prawns (like what we had in Korea). Well, it was still comforting to find a few emaciated shrimps 😅.

You can be assured of a hearty meal when you dine at Woorinara. Burppler Ade Tan says this place is a win from just the side dishes alone, with an "amazing variety of sausages, beancurd skin, kimchi tofu, omelette, coleslaw salad, potato salad, kimchi, and spinach." Burppler Wenyi Loh loves the Cold Kimchi Noodle ($15), which is great for whetting the appetite. "Sour and savoury, what more can I say!"

Photo by Burppler Ade Tan

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