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24 Best Korean Restaurants In Singapore For K-BBQ, Tteokbokki Buffets And More

18th October 2023

Best Korean restaurants in Singapore

Korean food spots are dime a dozen in Singapore, especially when you’re paying a visit to Tanjong Pagar and the CBD. While the former neighbourhood may be Singapore’s Little Korea, trust us when we say our city has plenty more Korean food offerings worth your time, both within, and outside of that iconic central stretch. From tteokbokki buffets to K-BBQ joints serving up premium meats, to Busan pork stews and jjajangmyeon, here’s our guide to the best Korean restaurants in Singapore. If you’re looking for a guide specifically for Singapore’s Little Korea, here is our best Korean food in Tanjong Pagar guide.

1. Guiga Korean BBQ Restaurant

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Guiga is one of Tanjong Pagar’s best-known Korean restaurants, especially because of their Korean barbecue offerings. The casual diner offers cosy booth seats that can accommodate large groups with some privacy—and you’ll definitely want to dine with at least two to three others given the substantial portions here.

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If you’re opting for K-BBQ, order their sets, which start from $68++, and come with a mix of pork and chicken. You can request for their staff to barbecue for you if you don’t feel like DIY. Else, feast on their wide selection of classic Korean dishes, from soups to stews, pancakes to fried rice. Come by at lunch and enjoy Korean marinated raw crab sets for just $23++! The value for money here is truly hard to beat.

Check out our Guiga review.

Guiga Korean BBQ Restaurant
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134 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088538
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Guiga Korean Restaurant is not a halal-certified eatery.

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2. Chingu @ Rochester

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If you’re looking for a cosy and luxurious Korean dining experience, drop by Chingu @ Rochester, housed in a colonial building just a seven-minute walk away from Buona Vista MRT Station.

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Here, they offer K-BBQ as well as an exciting array of legit Korean dishes. For K-BBQ, dig into their selection of premium meat cuts including Kagoshima A4 Wagyu Rib-eye Steak ($142++), Pork Jowl ($32++), Grass-Fed Tenderloin ($52++) and more. Whatever you order, it’s barbecued over a smokeless charcoal grill so you don’t have to worry about feeling greasy or smelling like smoke. 

For bigger groups, get their Hanseng Feast ($238++), which can feed up to six people. This set comprises Hokkaido A4 Wagyu rib-eye steak, marinated boneless beef rib, pork belly, Ban Ban Ban stew━a soy bean and kimchi stew━Korean steamed egg and more. Otherwise, get their Chingu Special Army Stew ($35++), Korean Seafood Pancake ($24++), or Korean Style Rice Cake ($20++) to share.

P.S.: Chingu @ Rochester is pet-friendly!

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2 Rochester Park, Singapore 139213
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Monday 11:00 AM - 10:30 PM Show More Timings
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Chingu @ Rochester is not a halal-certified eatery.

3. Kim Dae Mun Korean Food

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Kim Dae Mun is another extremely popular Korean restaurant, located right in the heart of Orchard Road. The casual, family-friendly eatery is run by a Korean cook, and draws crowds for its restaurant-level fare at food court prices. Many fans praise the home-cooked vibe of the dishes on their menu, which range from hotplate grilled meats to hearty stews.

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If it’s your first time, you can’t go wrong with their Kimchi Soup ($10.50) set, which comes with a side of kimchi, or their Fried Saba Fish ($11), seared till the skin is crispy. 

Read our Kim Dae Mun feature.

Kim Dae Mun Korean Food
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100 Orchard Rd, #01-03D Concorde Shopping Mall, Singapore 238840
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Kim Dae Mun is not a halal-certified eatery.

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4. Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ 


Seorae isn’t your average Korean barbecue restaurant—they’re known for being one of the first in Singapore to have galmaegisal, AKA pork skirt meat, on their menu. Galmaegisal used to be the domain of the Korean royals, but it became wildly popular on K-BBQ menus in the 2010s. Seorae offers diners tender slices of the cut to feast on, alongside a wide spread of other meats. Their barbecue set-up also includes three trays circling the main grill, where you can grill cheese, kimchi, and egg to enjoy as hot sides.


The sets here start from $98++ and feed two to three, but you can always choose to dine ala carte if you prefer. With six outlets islandwide, they’re also incredibly convenient when looking for a quality Korean restaurant near you.

Read our Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ review.

Website | Full list of outlets
Seorae is not a halal-certified eatery.

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5. Hanjip Korean Grill House

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Hanjip Korean Grill House first opened in 2020 as one of the biggest Korean restaurants in Singapore. The sprawling Clarke Quay eatery encompasses private dining rooms and a plush seating area, replete with black and gold furnishings.

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While its decor looks highbrow, Hanjip’s vibe remains down-to-earth, offering diners extremely authentic Korean fare, including a wide variety of banchan made in-house, and their own soju brand. They do have a broad selection of premium meats on the menu, including USDA Prime beef, aged Wagyu, and Kurobuta Berkshire pork, so be prepared to splurge a little when you dine here. If K-BBQ isn’t what you feel like having, then swing by Hanjip for lunch, as they have an extensive line-up of classic Korean dishes, available as set menus, all under $20++.

Read our Hanjip review.

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3C River Valley Rd, #01 - 11 Clarke Quay, Singapore 179022
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Hanjip Korean Grill House is not a halal-certified eatery.

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6. Wang Dae Bak

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Wang Dae Bak has three different concepts, but all its outlets offer Korean dishes as set lunches and K-BBQ for dinner. At their latest Holland Village outlet, for example, diners can swing by at lunchtime from Monday to Friday and enjoy sets under $20++, as well as comforting Korean dishes ranging from their Budae Jjigae ($41++), which generously feeds two to three, or their pancakes (from $16++), topped with seafood or spiced kimchi.

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Come dinnertime, pick from sets that feed between two to six, alongside house specialty roast meat dishes and fried chicken. Their Mixed Pork Knuckle and Steamed Pork Belly Set ($58++), AKA bossam, comes highly recommended. No matter what you fancy, you’ll be able to enjoy legit Korean fare at decent prices. 

Read our Wang Dae Bak Holland Village review.

Website | Full list of outlets
Wang Dae Bak is not a halal-certified eatery.

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7. HoHo Korean Restaurant

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Nestled in the HDB heartlands of Clementi is this super legit Korean eatery, HoHo. The menu here is chock full of authentic Korean ala carte dishes, served in substantial portions. Some of their bestsellers include their Jjampong ($20++), which fans rave about because it comes packed to the brim with different kinds of seafood, including squid and mussels.

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Another popular pick is their Cheolpan Dakgogi ($15++), a spicy, marinated hotplate chicken dish that delivers quite the fiery kick. Other must-tries include their fried chicken, and Mul-Naengmyeon ($16++), a cold sesame noodle dish that’s perfect on a sweltering day.

HoHo Korean Restaurant
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106 Clementi Street 12, #01-58/60, Singapore 120106
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HoHo Korean Restaurant is not a halal-certified eatery. 


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Dinner-only K-BBQ joint PUJIM is popular amongst locals and Koreans for its veritable library of premium meat cuts, ranging from Iberico and Duroc pork to A4 Wagyu steaks. Aside from their meats, PUJIM is also known for their legit house-made banchan, Busan-style ala carte dishes, and an equally impressive line-up of Korean alcoholic beverages beyond your usual soju.


The Amoy Street eatery also boasts top-of-the-line exhaust nozzles, so you won’t leave smelling too intensely of grilled meat. Expect to spend around $50 to $80++ per person.

Google Reviews
82 Amoy St, #01-00, Singapore 069901
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Monday 04:30 PM - 11:00 PM Show More Timings
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PUJIM Korean BBQ is not a halal-certified eatery.

9. Charim Korean BBQ

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You may recall Charim Korean BBQ as the restaurant that set TikTok abuzz. Run by a Korean native and her mother, Charim has garnered rave reviews since its opening for their value-for-money barbecue sets and welcoming service. We recommend ordering their Set A ($68++), which feeds two with a trio of pork cuts, including their Salted Pork Neck, reminiscent of bacon. Each set also comes with your choice of jjigae and a wobbly steamed egg.


Another unique offering is their DIY Sushi Rice ($5++), a platter of pre-moulded sushi rice rounds that you can top with your freshly grilled meat, wasabi, Korean leek, and a house specialty sauce, to create an all-new type of gunkan. There’s the option to have the staff here grill for you too, if you prefer,

Charim Korean Bbq
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65 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088486
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Charim Korean BBQ is not a halal-certified eatery.

10. Don Dae Bak

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For charcoal-grilled Korean BBQ, look no further than Don Dae Bak. The highly raved Korean restaurant offers diners a slew of BBQ sets, which you can enjoy with a selection of ala carte dishes, including four different types of tteokbokki.

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The latter includes the trendy Rose Tteokbokki ($34++), a mildly spicy option laced with tomato space, or their house signature Don Dae Bak Tteokbokki ($30++), served with a fiery sauce that the menu labels, “so spicy I might die”. The Chinatown restaurant also has a 90-minute BBQ buffet from $34.90++, where each diner gets free-flow pork, chicken, and a limited serving of beef for the duration. Veggies and sides aren’t included with the buffet fee.

Don Dae Bak Restaurant
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35 Kreta Ayer Rd, Singapore 089000
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Monday 11:30 AM - 05:00 AM Show More Timings
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Don Dae Bak is not a halal-certified eatery.

11. I’m Kim 

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Another wallet-friendly spot for a K-BBQ buffet is I’m Kim, located in the SOTA compound at Dhoby Ghaut. Their weekday buffet lunch is priced at $16.90++ per adult, and comes with a seriously impressive selection of meats, greens, sides, soups, and desserts.

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Don’t skip on ordering their Volcano Chicken, marinated in a smoky and spicy sauce reminiscent of Samyang, or their moreish Korean Honey Pork. The cuts here aren’t of the most premium quality, but you’re getting plenty of bang for your buck.

I’m Kim Korean BBQ
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1 Zubir Said Drive 01-04 School of The Arts, Singapore 227968
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Monday 11:30 AM - 04:00 PM Show More Timings
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I’m Kim is not a halal-certified eatery.

12. Dookki

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If you love tteokbokki, hotpot, and buffets, swing by Dookki, the first restaurant in Singapore to specialise in all three. Dig into their Buffet Menu, priced from $20.80++ per adult.

Each table gets a hotpot that’s filled with spicy tteokbokki sauce, and an accompanying cheese moat. From there, choose your preferred rice cakes, and pack your hotpot full of their free-flow toppings, from hotdogs to cheese tofu. The side dishes here are also fantastic value for money, as you get unlimited fried chicken, mandu, Korean fishcakes and more.

Read our Dookki review.

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3 Temasek Blvd, #B1-107, Singapore 038984
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Monday 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM Show More Timings
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Dookki is not a halal-certified eatery but serves no pork or lard.

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13. Daejim


Daejim is a great K-BBQ eatery, but we recommend swinging by for their seafood offerings. While most barbecue joints focus on meats, Daejim actually has a substantial Seafood Set (from $25++), which comes with a mouthwatering spread of shellfish sourced from Korea, all for you to enjoy on the grill.


Each set includes huge scallops, which you can top with mozzarella before putting it over heat, as well as fresh oysters and abalone. Also, don’t miss the Ganjang Gejang ($40++) AKA Korean marinated raw crabs. This dish has come into the limelight of late in Singapore, and at Daejim, they’re marinated for three to four days so the crabmeat is chock-full of umami. 

Read our Daejim review.

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4 Craig Rd, Singapore 089664
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Daejim is not a halal-certified eatery.

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14. Um Yong Baek

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Um Yong Baek was arguably one of the hottest Korean eateries in Singapore last year, with long queues and a waiting list for reservations. The hype train is well-deserved, in our opinion, as Um Yong Baek truly brings something different to the Korean restaurant scene.

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The cosy diner specialises in Busan pork and serves it up two ways. Exclusive to lunchtime is their Dwaeji Gukbap ($21++), which comes with a collagen-rich broth, short grain rice, and a mix of pork cuts as well as offal for a cosy, flavourful dish. Come dinnertime, the restaurant offers pork-focused K-BBQ, where premium cuts of pork are served with a range of unique, Busanese accompaniments. Do note that each diner has to order one pork item for their dinner barbecue.

Read our Um Yong Baek review.

Um Yong Baek is not a halal-certified eatery.

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15. Itaewon Jjajang


Korean-Chinese fare is a significant subset of Korean cuisine, and it’s thanks to the fusion between both worlds that we have dishes such as jjajangmyeon and tangsuyuk. If you love your Korean-Chinese dishes, we recommend you visit Itaewon Jjajang, a Tangjong Pagar eatery that serves up lunch sets featuring the aforementioned dishes and more.


Try their Set A ($55++), which feeds two to three with jjajangmyeon, jjamppong, and tangsuyuk. On its own, each dish is priced close to $20++ or more, so you’re getting quite the steal when you order them as a trio. The jjajangmyeon here is our favourite, thanks to its ultra-savoury black bean sauce, refreshed with slices of cucumber and onions.

Read our Itaewon Jjajang review.

Itaewon Jjajang
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64 Peck Seah St, Singapore 079325
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Monday 11:30 AM - 03:00 PM Show More Timings
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Itaewon Jjajang is not a halal-certified eatery.

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16. Kelim Daktoritang

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Kelim Dakdoritang is one of the latest additions to Serangoon Gardens. This Korean restaurant specialises in a less known Korean dish, dakdoritang AKA spicy braised chicken.


Their Dakdoritang comes in three sizes: Small ($39.90++), Medium ($59.90++), and Large ($69.90++). You get chicken, rice cakes, potato chunks, and a huge scoop of minced garlic. We recommend portioning out the minced garlic as the spice can get a tad overwhelming. Don’t forget to add Kalguksu ($4.90++) to elevate your dish—the pairing of knife-cut noodles and flavourful soup is truly next level. For adventurous foodies, their Dakbal ($19.90++) AKA spicy chicken feet, and Chicken Gizzard ($15.90++) too.

Read our Kelim Dakdoritang review

Kelim Dakdoritang(계림닭도리탕)
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14B Kensington Park Rd, Singapore 557265
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Monday 11:30 AM - 02:30 PM Show More Timings
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Kelim Dakdoritang is not a halal-certified eatery.

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17. SODENG Korean Restaurant

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Claimed to be the only restaurant in Singapore to serve duck K-BBQ, SODENG Korean Restaurant is the place to head to if you’d like to try something other than grilled pork belly.

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A visit to SODENG would be remissed without trying the Roasted Duck ($34++), which features boneless duck meat cooked on a pot lid. Their duck meat is a great pairing with the spread of banchan, including pickles, kimchi, and marinated perilla leaves. Alternatively, there’s also Woo-Dae Galbi ($42++ per person), which includes well-marinated prime ribs. We also recommend getting Grilled Whole Mozzarella Cheese ($9++) as a dip for your meat!

Read our SODENG Korean Restaurant review.

SODENG Korean Restaurant 소댕
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Telok Ayer St, #175 Singapore 068623
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Monday 11:30 AM - 03:00 PM Show More Timings
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SODENG Korean Restaurant is not a halal-certified eatery.

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18. Pohang Seafood & Butchery

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Pohang Seafood & Butchery serves up fresh seafood in Beauty World. They even hold fish-cutting showcases, with the most recent tuna-cutting show taking place in August at their Aperia Mall branch!

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While you’re here, splurge on their Flat Fish and Salmon Set ($170++) that feeds two people. Many Koreans love complementing raw seafood with soju as it helps to balance out the fishy flavours. There’s also the Marinated Raw Crab ($58++), a dish that requires a lot of time and effort to master. Else, get their Fresh Oyster ($18++) that comes with three pieces, or the Fresh Raw Uni ($45++) for something more familiar.

Beauty World outlet
Address: Jalan Jurong Kechil, #01-52, The Hillford, Singapore 596152
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11:30am to 3pm, 5pm to 10:30pm

Aperia Mall outlet
Address: 12 Kallang Avenue, #02-10, Aperia Mall, Singapore 339511
Opening hours: Daily 11:45am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 10:20pm

Pohang Seafood & Butchery is not a halal-certifed eatery.

19. Eee Mo BBQ

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Tanjong Pagar is a treasure trove of Korean restaurants, and one of them is Eee Mo BBQ. While they specialise in K-BBQ, there are other items on the menu that are worth exploring and trying.

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For starters, get their Kongguksu ($26++), an ideal meal to have in a hot and humid country like Singapore. Kongguksu is essentially noodles with cold soybean soup, and it’s viscous in texture as the soup is made using ground soybeans. Alternatively, we recommend their Cheelpan Cheese Dak-galbi ($58++) if you’re partial to heavier flavours. It features spicy stir-fried chicken doused in mozzarella cheese, and makes for a great sharing dish with your friends and family.

Eee Mo BBQ
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32 Maxwell Rd, #01-04 Maxwell Chambers, Singapore 069115
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Eee Mo BBQ is not a halal-certifed eatery.

20. Noodle Star K

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As you can tell from their name, Noodle Star K specialises in a variety of noodles. This Korean restaurant is also a quick five-minute walk from Tanjong Pagar MRT Station!

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Some constant favourites among patrons include Mulnaengmyeon ($16.80++) and Bibimmyeon ($16.80++). The former features potato starch noodles in an icy cold broth, while the latter uses the same potato starch noodles doused in a spicy sauce. You also get half a boiled egg, beef brisket, sliced radish, and cucumber! To go with your noods, we recommend getting a side of the Pork Meat Dumpling ($10.80++) or Kimchi & Pork Meat Dumpling ($10.80++). You get five pieces of steamed dumplings in each basket! There’s also the Big Size Fried Pork Dumpling ($9.80++) for those who prefer fried to steamed dumplings. 

Noodle Star K 누들스타 케이 @ Tanjong Pagar
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58 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088479
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Noodle Star K is not a halal-certifed eatery.

21. Hyangyeon Korean Restaurant

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Hyangyeon Korean Restaurant embraces the spirit of celebration with their authentic Korean banquet cuisine. Those in Tanjong Pagar can drop by for an affordable Lunch Set ($14++), which lets you choose from 11 mains and a complimentary canned drink. 

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The restaurant’s menu has Korean dishes that we don’t normally see in Singapore, including Gamjatang ($55++), a spicy pork backbone stew that typically serves as a comfort food for locals. Besides pork bones, the savoury soup dish includes perilla leaves, glass noodles, hot pepper, enoki mushrooms, and potatoes. Else, order the Dogani Tang ($28++) AKA ox knee soup, and Nokdu-jeon ($22++) AKA mung bean pancake to share. 

Peak Seah outlet
Address: 2 Peck Seah Street, #01-02 Tanjong pagar, Singapore 079305
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 12am  
Tel: 6970 4678

Telok Ayer outlet
Address: 128 Telok Ayer Street, #01-01, Singapore 068597
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 2:30pm, 5:30pm to 10:30pm 
Tel: 6221 6368 
Hyangyeon Korean Restaurant is not a halal-certifed eatery.

22. Ko Ryo Jeong Restaurant

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If you’ve tried and enjoyed Ko Ryo Jeong Korean Street Food, you’ll look forward to dining at their sister eatery Ko Ryo Jeong Restaurant, located on the second floor of International Plaza. 

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The Ganjang Gejang Set ($65++ per person), available with a minimum order of two pax, comes with a fluffy steamed egg, grilled fish, stir-fried pork, stew, and a plethora of side dishes to satisfy your appetite. No worries if you’re dining alone, as you can opt for Yukgaejang ($18.90++ for lunch) or Gul-jeon ($21.90++ for lunch) AKA oyster pancake, which elevates your usual seafood pancake with briny oysters. 

Address: 10 Anson Road, #02-59 International Plaza, Singapore 079903
Opening hours: Daily except Sundays 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 10pm
Tel: 6324 3120 
Ko Ryo Jeong Restaurant is not a halal-certifed eatery.

23. Hankang Pocha

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Claiming to be “The Most Affordable Korean Pocha” in Singapore, Hankang Pocha offers an affordable K-BBQ option, with a large portion of its menu items priced under $20. 

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Indulge your K-BBQ cravings with the Stone Plate Kimchi BBQ ($28) for two to three people, and cool off with the refreshing Korean Cold Noodles ($19). Other must-try menu items include the Cheese Kimchi Fried Rice ($12), which comes with a fried egg that complements the spicy kimchi fried rice, and the Sea Snail Noodles ($18), starring chewy snails and a sweet broth. 

Read our Hankang Pocha review

Tanjong Pagar outlet
Address: 50 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088471
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 2:30pm, 5pm to 11:30pm
Tel: 6022 1860

Boon Keng outlet
Address: 991 Serangoon Road, Singapore 328149
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 11:30pm
Tel: 6962 2206
Hankang Pocha is not a halal-certified eatery.

24. Seoul Brother

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In most Korean restaurants in Singapore, bulgogi dishes are served on sizzling hot plates and in stone pots ‒ but not at Seoul Brother. Their Mountain Bulgogi ($48++) for two to three people is presented like a mountain, surrounded by a soy sauce soup base. A generous portion of premium beef is sandwiched between a layer of sprouts and green onions, topped with a shiitake mushroom.

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No worries if you prefer a hearty K-BBQ session‒Seoul Brother also offers the Pork Set ($58++) that you can grill at your table. The set includes pork collar, pork belly, pork jowl, and a choice between soybean paste stew and kimchi stew. Spice lovers can also challenge themselves with the Boneless Spicy Chicken Feet ($25++), which adds a kick to the meal. 

Address: 68 Jalan Jurong Kechil, #01-02, Singapore 598587
Opening hours: Daily except Tuesdays 5:30pm to 10pm
Tel: 8522 0443
Seoul Brother is not a halal-certified eatery.

Where to eat Korean food in Singapore

For more Korean eateries, check out our Ajoomma Korean Charcoal BBQ Restaurant review. Otherwise, read our guide to the best jjajangmyeon in Singapore, including affordable hawker options.

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