Tag Archives: Korean Restaurants

[SG EATS] Pizza Maru ( 피자마루 ) Outlet in Bugis +- Korean’s largest Pizza Chain

Pizza Maru is the world’s largest Korean pizza chain and has opened two outlets in Singapore within a short period of time. Their outlets are located at Northpoint City mall and Bugis +. I got the chance to try out their pizza and fried chicken over the weekend at Bugis outlet. Continue reading [SG EATS] Pizza Maru ( 피자마루 ) Outlet in Bugis +- Korean’s largest Pizza Chain

[KOREA EATS] Myth Jokbal 미쓰족발 At Myeongdong | Seoul

During my one week stay in Seoul, E suggested to try Myth Jokbal and we headed to the outlet at Myeongdong for lunch. So why is Myth Jokbal is famous? Jokbal is a Korean braised pig’s trotters cooked with soy sauce and spices. It is a combination of soy sauce, ginger, garlic and rice wine. This reminds me of our local braised pig’s trotters but taste wise is different. Continue reading [KOREA EATS] Myth Jokbal 미쓰족발 At Myeongdong | Seoul

[JB EATS] OMAYA Mount Austin- Korean Spiced Chicken And Gooey Cheese Goodness

Omaya is the latest Korean eateries in Mount Austin, Johor Bahru followed by its success in Subang Jaya and Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur. Omaya Mount Austin is their 3rd outlet and it is currently trending in Johor Bahru. I was there over the weekend and there was a queue even before the restaurant open for operation. Continue reading [JB EATS] OMAYA Mount Austin- Korean Spiced Chicken And Gooey Cheese Goodness

[SG EATS] Dinner At Gaia Korean Restaurant | Holland Village

My friends and I celebrate birthdays together every year.It has been a tradition for the past 7 years.So for May birthday celebration, we decided to check out Gaia Korean Restaurant at Holland Village. Since the birthday girl wants to have the celebration around Holland village area, we decided to have korean cuisine for dinner. This authentic Korean restaurant is fronted by Chef Chun, author of the book “ Step by Step: Cooking Classic Korea.” ( I got this information through google search). Continue reading [SG EATS] Dinner At Gaia Korean Restaurant | Holland Village

[SG EATS] 2D1N Soju Bang Korean Grill BBQ Buffet At 46A Tanjong Pagar Road

2D1N Soju Bang located at Tanjong Pagar area is under the same owner as Ssikekk. They are well-known with their All-You-Can Eat BBQ buffet. However, we decided to skip buffet and order ala-carte dishes instead. Continue reading [SG EATS] 2D1N Soju Bang Korean Grill BBQ Buffet At 46A Tanjong Pagar Road

[SG EATS] SBCD KOREAN TOFU HOUSE AT TANJONG PAGAR CENTRE

With the new addition of Tanjong Pagar Centre, more F&B options are available. Hattendo, Kuro Maguro and SBCD Korean Tofu House are one of those new F&B dining option in the centre. SBCD Korean Tofu House specializes in Korean soft tofu soup that comes with different ingredients options. The Korean restaurant prepares tofu daily to ensure the freshness. Continue reading [SG EATS] SBCD KOREAN TOFU HOUSE AT TANJONG PAGAR CENTRE

[SG EATS] HANSUL KOREAN DINING BAR AT TANJONG PAGAR ROAD- ANOTHER SUPPER SPOT (CLOSED)

Whenever we are craving for Korean cuisine, the first thing is mind is to check out the restaurants located at Tanjong Pagar Road. There are so many Korean restaurants along the road and the latest addition is Hansul Korean Dining Bar. “Hansul” in Korean refers to bottoms up and this Korean restaurant and bar concept offers a wide range of alcohol and cocktails from different parts of Korea. You can find Makgeolli, Soju, Cheongju, Korean beers and other unique alcohol choices here which you do not usually find them in other Korean restaurants. And the best part is that it is open til 6am. That’s why I said another place to be in your supper list. Continue reading [SG EATS] HANSUL KOREAN DINING BAR AT TANJONG PAGAR ROAD- ANOTHER SUPPER SPOT (CLOSED)

[SG EATS] JOO BAR AT TAN QUEE LAN STREET- DIY BIBIMBAP FOR LUNCH

Joo Bar located along Tan Quee Lan Street is known as Singapore’s first makgeoli bar and restaurant. The restaurant has since expanded to offers food menu to diners. Their food menu changes from time to time so diners can expect surprises each time they visit. But of course their signature dishes are still in the menu. Continue reading [SG EATS] JOO BAR AT TAN QUEE LAN STREET- DIY BIBIMBAP FOR LUNCH

[SG EATS] SEOUL JJIMDAK CELEBRATES SINGAPORE 51ST BIRTHDAY WITH PROMOTION!

The Descendants of the Sun drama was quite a hit for the Korean craze. As I stepped into Seoul Jjimdak located at level 5 of City Square Mall, I saw the Soo Joong Ki posing for a beer poster. Oppa so charming! I was there few days back with blogger friends for a tasting session. Seoul Jjimdak is a three months old Korean restaurant specializing Korean stew braised in soya sauce. Continue reading [SG EATS] SEOUL JJIMDAK CELEBRATES SINGAPORE 51ST BIRTHDAY WITH PROMOTION!

[SG EATS] KOREAN STEWS BY MASIZZIM | 313 SOMERSET

It was an impromptu dinner with blogger friends at Masizzim last week. Finally get the chance to try after seeing all the positive reviews posted on social media which include media tasting. Masizzim is actually a combination of two Korean words – “masi” delicious and ‘jjim” stew. The brand is also from the same people behind the successful Chir Chir. Continue reading [SG EATS] KOREAN STEWS BY MASIZZIM | 313 SOMERSET