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88 K Town Bugis Junction Has 30% Off Korean Fried Chicken, Truffle Ramyeon And More Till 30 Nov

20th November 2023

88 K Town at Bugis Junction has a 30% off opening promotion

Oftentimes, Korean restaurants specialise in a single type of dish—say, jjajangmyeon, gimbap, or fried chicken. But imagine having all these tied into one so that you can enjoy a variety of Korean fare in one sitting. 88 K Town answers our dilemma; the newest kid on the block hosts a medley of popular Korean brands, including 88 Pocha and Nipong Naepong. What’s more, you can enjoy a 30% discount on all dishes from now till 30 November 2023!

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Let’s start with one of the most talked about Korean restaurants in 2023—88 Pocha. It’s been less than a year since the opening of their first outlet in Holland Village, but they have already expanded to two other locations across the country. 

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Make-believe you’re in Korea with their Oden Soup ($18.88++) served in a traditional Korean kettle. Your soup and fish cakes will always be warm as they come with a portable burner! Else, there’s the Truffle Jjajang Ramyeon ($11.88++) starring cheese, truffle oil, and black bean sauce as the key ingredients. And yes, you can get all these at 30% off!

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Fellow fried chicken lovers can look forward to trying Chir Chir here. Some popular flavours include Spicy Yangnyeom (from $19.88++), Garlicky Soy (from $19.88++), and Cheesy Fondue (from $19.88++)


Another favourite of many patrons is Nipong Naepong, a fusion jjamppong specialty restaurant. If you’re new to their food, we recommend the Seafood Cha Ppoong ($20.88++) for a rich broth and punchy flavours. If you have a low spice tolerance, opt for their Seafood Ro Ppong ($22.88++) instead. The creamy tomato sauce pairs really well with the noodles, a variety of seafood, and mozzarella cheese.

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Image credit: @masizzimsg

Another must-try is the Crabmeat & Roe ($13.88++) rice balls from Masizzim. This is a great alternative to just having white rice as the addition of roe, seaweed, crabmeat, and mayonnaise make this dish extra moreish. Pair the rice balls with their Army Stew ($31.88++) and a side of the Tomato Cheese Kimchi ($17.88++) pancake for a hearty meal.

Get these popular Korean dishes at 30% off from now till 30 November 2023!

If you’re on the hunt for legit Korean food, read our guide to the best Korean restaurants in Singapore for spicy braised chicken, duck K-BBQ and more. Otherwise, check out our Paik’s Noodle review to see if the famous Korean jjajangmyeon and jjampong were worth the wait. 

Address: 200 Victoria Street, #02-50, Bugis Junction, Singapore 188021
Opening hours: Sun-Thurs 11am to 9:30pm, Fri-Sat 11am to 10pm
88 K Town is not a halal-certified eatery.

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