One after another the Korean craze is happening in Singapore. First with the Korean Drama and K-pop. Now with the introduction of Korean BBQ, Korean Fried Chicken and Korean Desserts. Here we compiled a list of the popular Korean Food craze in Singapore. Korean fans, ring up your friends to visit these awesome places!
Paris Baguette
Orchard
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Don’t get the name wrong, Paris Baguette does not come from Paris but South Korea! Anyone who had been to the South Korea will definitely not miss this café chain as it is one of the most famous café in Korea. Serving various types of dessert, the Royal Pudding would be the last thing you wanna missed out!
2D1N Soju Bang Korean Restaurant
Tanjong Pagar
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95
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One of the oldest Korean BBQ restaurant on the island, 2D1N Soju Bang is still going strong. Serving authentic Korean delicacies at a very affordable price. The kimchi pancake, tteokbokki, bibimbap and the jigae will definitely haunting you for more.
Chicken Up
Tanjong Pagar
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140
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Couldn't get enough of Fried Chicken and Beers? Chicken up offers all-you-can-eat fried chicken and with an additional amount, you could also get all-you-can-drink beer. Something awesome about Chicken Up is the not too greasy fried chicken skin with the tender meat that will never stop you from eating! Other than fried chicken, they serves various of bingsu too! There is always space for desserts after meal after all.
Kko Kko Na Ra
Tanjong Pagar
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145
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Craving for fried chicken in the middle of the night? Good news to you! Kko Kko Na Ra opens till late night! Serving fried chicken in the pub-alike environment with dim light and K-pop as the background music which offers you a comfortable ambiance to enjoy your supper with friends!
Ju Shin Jung
West Coast
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88
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Ju Shin Jung offers you eat-all-you-can BBQ buffet which offers you 5 types of meat:pork belly, pork loin, marinated pork, and marinated chicken & seasoned sliced beef. Other than the BBQ buffet, you could also order the ala carte menu which offers other varieties with unlimited side dishes.
Big Mama Korean Restaurant
Tiong Bahru
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Big Mama is one of the close to home cooking for the Korean Students. Offering around 30 different items on their menu, the Korean students flocked to this restaurants to enjoy a taste of home. One of their signature dish, Dakgalbi is one of the best in Singapore!
O'ma Spoon Korean Dessert Cafe
Somerset
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O'ma Spoon Korean Dessert served a variety of pure milk based bingsu. The milk shaved ice which are finely shaved is smooth, soft and every spoon are melt in your mouth. It is a must have dessert especially during the hot weather!
Bing Go Jung
Geylang
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One of the pioneer café that introduce BINGSU, Bing Go Jung is well known for their generousity in their bingsu with an affordable price. You may see a few Korean housewives chit chatting during the tea time. Remember to order their Injeolmi Bingsu which is one of their signature dessert!
Ssikkek Korean BBQ
Chinatown
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89
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Another Korean BBQ restaurants that offers all-you-can-eat BBQ buffet. Ssikkek is a little different as you are allowed to barbeque the meat yourself like in Korea. But fret not, the aluminium foils are replaced regularly by the servers and the dipping sauce for the barbeque are really addictive!
Tom N Toms Coffee
Tanjong Pagar
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Looking for a café which serves Pretzels, Bingsu and pastries? Tom N Toms is one of the largest Korean's Café Chain that can be found internationally. With free wifi provided, it is one of the most favourable spots for students to have discussions and maybe business talk as well.
Wang Dae Bak Korean BBQ Restaurant
Raffles Place
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The difference between Wang Dae Bak and others Korean BBQ is they grill over the charcoal fire and the egg mix that is poured around the BBQ pan which makes them standout among the other competitors. The egg mix cooked over the Barbeque pan tasted wonderful both half cooked and well done and most importantly it is free!
Oven & Fried Chicken
Raffles Place
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Oven & Fried Chicken, which some claim that this is the nearest they could find compared to those in Korea. Consist of two types of cooking method for the chicken, Okkudak (roasted marinated chicken) and Ssal Dak (fried chicken with 100% rice flour). You can tryout both and decide which is your favourite!