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Telephone
6220 7176
Introduction
At 100g Korean BBQ, real charcoal is used for BBQ which brings out the great taste on their meats. food. Furthermore, it has a great varieties of side dishes which are flavourful and appetizing. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
17:00 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
17:00 - 22:30
Other Info
Group Gathering
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/pages/100g-Korean-BBQ/798225843565031
Signature Dishes
Red Pork Spicy Toufu Soup Ddeokbokki (Spicy Rice Cake) Budae Jjigae (Army Stew)
Review (9)
Level3 2014-11-20
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The stew is really yummy. and goes well with rice! In general, the food is good but there is rather huge inconsistencies with their seafood pancake. During my first visit, I was blown away. It was crispy on the outside, juicy sweet and fragrant on the inside.The 2nd time we went, it was inconsistent and not good. Overall okay, but I won't recommend the army stew. Not worth the price of $35 for a pack of instant noodles The BBQ was good, and it isn't smokey so that's good! continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-31
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So i came back for my slice of Korea. And unfortunately, I was already disappointed when they served it.A picture says a thousand words and hasn't that said it all? The army stew was served to us. in a weak diluted color and unsurprisingly, the taste was equally bland. And when it came to feedback?I just had the waitstaff tell me she could give me more chilli powder to make the color a deeper red. You mean, i don't even deserve some nongshim seasoning here?This was terrible. And suffice to say, I didn't order anything else. and left this half done before the both of us left. continue reading
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This is a must try! Best rice cake i have ever eaten! Well cooked with the right sauce, you just want more and more! Generous serving of sauce which coates each and ever rice cake and veggie. Craving for it now!Consist of Veggie, Luncheon Meat, Maggi Mee, Beancurd, this dish is definitely well stocked with ingredients! Super yummy but it taste pretty much like nong shim cup noodles, which is one if my fav cup noodles so no complains from my side! However the price of this might be a turn off cause you can get the similar taste for less that $2. Everyone said it tasted like orh lua cause of the starchy texture. But it is well fried, offering a crispy exterior and a smooth interior which is an absolute divine!READ ABOUT THE OTHER DISHES AND BBQ ITEMS WE TRIED @ http://roundtumtums.wordpress.com/2010/12/31/1741/ continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-31
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Red Pig Korean restaurant seems popular amongst Koreans and authentic enough given that it is run by Koreans. It focuses on serving barbeque pork. The signature red pig meat ($20) was very good. The meat was well marinated with a special kind of sauce not typically found in other Korean restaurants. The staff is also quite friendly and will help to barbeque the meat if help is needed. continue reading
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I almost got lost finding this place. I arrived with my friend around 8+ (I think) and it was pretty packed. We sat upstairs and really loved the ambience there, compared to the area downstairs.We ordered two main dishes, the pork belly and some fish roe soup (seriously cannot remember the names of these Korean dishes). The pork belly was pretty good, kimchi was excellent, and so were the other side dishes. The soup was quite spicy, but fish roe isn't really my thing, my friend loved it though.I didn't really reek of oil after my meal, this is a major plus point. Must've been the vacuum thingy above the grill that helped. Yay for that! continue reading
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