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GO K Jjajang: Legit Jjajangmyeon Specialty Restaurant In Telok Ayer

25th October 2022

GO K Jjajang is a jjajangmyeon specialty restaurant in Telok Ayer

go k jjajang - jjamppong jjajangmyeon

Fairly new to the Telok Ayer neighbourhood is GO K Jjajang, a sister restaurant to popular K-BBQ spot GO K BBQ, whose main Amoy Street outlet is located just a couple doors down. Here at GO K Jjajang, they specialise in one dish, as their name suggests: jjajangmyeon—Korean-Chinese black bean sauce noodles.

go k jjajang - interior

There’s a glass window at the back of the restaurant where you’ll be able to see chef Choi Chilsung, whose impressive 20-over-year culinary resume includes a stint at Lotte Hotel in Korea, in action. Start with Go K Jjajang ($14++), their signature dish that’s as much starchy gravy as it is ingredients, fragrant with a touch of wok hei.

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go k jjajang - jjajangmyeon closeup

Come at lunch, and you’ll be able to enjoy it as part of their lunch set (from $50++), alongside one of two jjamppong, AKA spicy noodle soup. Choose between Haemul Jjamppong ($18++) and Chadol Jjamppong ($18++), for seafood and beef brisket options respectively; otherwise, there’s spicy jjajangmyeon ($15++), or GO K Bokkeumbap ($14++), which sees the jjajang sauce served with fried rice.

go k jjajang - tangsuyuk

The lunch set allows you to choose a main too, such as GO K Tangsuyuk, priced at $28++ for a bigger portion a la carte.

go k jjajang - tangsuyuk closeup

For the uninitiated, this is Korean-style sweet and sour pork, which here comes with the sticky sauce served on the side. Dip your deep-fried pork in, or pour it over as you wish.

go k jjajang - menbocha

One of GO K Jjajang’s most popular side dishes is Menbocha ($18++)—deep-fried shrimp toast that stars light, crisp bread sandwiching a thick layer of well-seasoned minced prawn.

If you’re a JJM fan, head to one of the spots on this jjajangmyeon list to get your fix. Otherwise, read our guide to the best Korean fried chicken spots in Singapore!

Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 10:30pm, Fri-Sat 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 11pm, Sun 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 9:30pm
Tel: 6223 3606
GO K Jjajang is not a halal-certified eatery

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Photos by Michelle P and Melvin Mak
This was an independent visit by Eatbook.sg

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