3 Gateway Drive
#03-08 Westgate
Singapore 608532

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Saturday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:00pm

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Expect Cheese Chicken Bulgogi, Korean Ginseng Chicken Soup, Honey Butter Chicken Wings, and Kimchi & Cheese Egg Roll.

The Dak Bulgogi chicken is marinated with a sweet-peppery bulgogi seasoning.

Order the cheese version, and the chunks of chicken meat will stir-fried tableside by your server, with enoki mushroom, bell peppers, leeks and carrots.

Cheese fans will enjoy dak-dipping and pulling cheese strings as this dish comes with cheese on the rim of the iron grill pan.

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Egg roll topped with kimchi and mayo in alternate. Fyi, there isn’t any ham in the egg roll, it appears in the name just because the texture tasted like luncheon ham.

The army stew ($12.90++/pax) is flavourful enough and the first batch is chocked full of ingredients like marinated chicken, chicken sausage, luncheon meat, cheese ball, Korean fish cakes, shiitake mushrooms, enoki mushrooms, tofu, tteokbokki, leek, cabbage, kimchi, baked beans and a slice of cheese. And to make things better, this comforting bowl of soup is surrounded by a huge ring of cheese! It’s a mix of mozzarella and cheddar cheese, and the first few times I went it was really gooey and cheese pulley, but it was pretty watery on my most recent visit (hopefully it’s a one-off thing). But only certain ingredients (ramen, sausages, luncheon meat, cheese ball, tofu, kimchi and enoki mushrooms) are refillable so it might get a bit boring after a while. Overall, a good place to hang out (provided they aren’t busy and don’t chase you out after 90 min) and pig out (on the free flow side dishes which are self-help so don’t worry about waiters judging you for refilling 10X) 🐽🐽

Service needs a bit of improvement as I wasn't aware of the salad bar until I stood up and walked around. However they have this rather interesting berry yogurt? sauce and the pickles that are sweet and sour help a lot in cooling the fire from the marinade

Chicken marinade actually had a nice amount of heat but otherwise it seems quite overpriced considering that even after using fave, it's 14.5 for about 150gram of meat at most? While you can get unlimited amounts at I'm Kim for similar price. The highlight is the veggies though, they're cooked perfectly and well coated with the sauce. Slightly soft but still has a bit of crunch. If not for the veggies that are cooked tableside I'm Kim would be a clear winner

Opted for students’ promo which included free flow toppings and drinks with a choice of a dessert. More worth it to eat in groups of at least 4 as just the first round left us, 2 girls very full. Dessert had choices of either plum or grape jelly. Both weren’t too sweet unlike most jellies. There were quite a variety of ingredients included. What I liked most was the cheesy ring though after awhile of cooking, the texture and taste was similar to that of a steamed egg. There’s also free follow of appetisers (free of charge, buffet style) of consisting of kimchi and vegetable salad. Paid around $32 in total for just 2 of us, inclusive of GST which wasn’t really worth it as the “free flow of toppings” doesn’t really apply to us

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