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Get Authentic Jeju Cuisine At This Korean Restaurant In Tanjong Pagar, Including Pork Noodle Soup

9th November 2023

Jeju Sanghoe in Tanjong Pagar has pork noodles and braised rib

If you’re a fan of Korean food, you would know that legit Korean restaurants are concentrated in Tanjong Pagar and the CBD. Recently, another strong contender entered the scene with something unique to offer—a menu that spotlights Jeju Island’s native cuisine. It’s been less than a month since Jeju Sanghoe had kickstarted their business, but their future already seems promising.

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Image credit: JEJU SANGHOE, (제주상회)

The restaurant specialises in Jeju pork noodles, a heart-warming dish that’s extremely popular on the island. Their Jeju Style Gogi-Guksu ($16.50++) comprises thin strands of noodles submerged in a clean-tasting broth made using pork bones. The rich flavour of the broth is achieved by simmering pork bones for many hours—a laborious process that requires a great deal of effort and patience.

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Image credit: JEJU SANGHOE, (제주상회)

There’s also a dry and spicy version called Spicy Bibim Gogi-Guksu ($16.50++). If you’d like to try both, I recommend their Noodle Set ($50.50++) which consists of two noodle dishes, slices of boiled pork meat, and two fizzy drinks of your choice. You can either get one of the soup and the dry, or two of the same kind!

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Image credit: JaeKee Park

Their Dombae ($16++), known as boiled pork thinly sliced into bite-sized pieces, is also sold separately as a side dish. This is the perfect dish to pair with your noods, and makes for an ideal sharing platter with your dining companions.

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For something more substantial, there’s the Halla Mountain Braised Pork Square Rib ($67++), the pride and joy of Jeju Sanghoe. This dish is named after the highest mountain in South Korea to highlight the grand appearance of the hotpot, which stars stacked pork square ribs atop a bed of fresh vegetables. There’s also the Spicy Halla Mountain Braised Pork Square Rib ($73++) which features a red pepper seasoning for a punchy flavour. 

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It would be remiss of me to leave their banchan AKA side dishes out of the discussion. You get a good variety that includes eggs braised in soy sauce, green onion kimchi, pickled onions, fresh prawns with soy sauce and wasabi—the list goes on. 

Good news, the restaurant is a quick two-minute walk from Tanjong Pagar MRT Station. For the adventurous who are down to try something different, Jeju Sanghoe could be a breath of fresh air.

For more solid Korean fare, read our guide to the best Korean restaurants in Singapore. Alternatively, check out the best Korean cafes in Singapore for cube croissants, black sesame einspanner and more. 

Address: 74 Tras Street, Singapore 079013
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 3pm, 5pm to 10pm
Tel: 6977 7977
Jeju Sanghoe is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Feature image adapted from JEJU SANGHOE, (제주상회) and JaeKee Park

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