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Telephone
6336 4745
Introduction
Bibigo offers healthy Korean food and altered to suit global tastes with four types of rice, six types of toppings, and four types of sauces. Bibigo is spreading the intrinsic taste of Korean cuisine across the globe. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
http://sg.bibigo.com/index
Above information is for reference only. Please check details with the restaurant.
Signature Dishes
Brown Noodle Soup Ginseng Chicken Soup Hot Stone Rice Salad Noodle
Review (22)
Level4 2014-10-09
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When it comes to Korean cuisine, I prefer the traditional or more homely dishes such as bibimbap, japchae instead of the big pot stew or BBQ. So I thought this casual Korean restaurant with outlets in many countries might be a good place to satisfy that occasion Korean food cravings. After all, it focuses on the "Bibimbap" and makes it flexible. Diners can customize their bibimbap by choosing the type of rice, topping and sauce. We had the Hotstone Bibimbap with Black Rice, Spicy Pork and Sesame sauce ($16) as well as the Bibimbap ($15) in the same combination but with Citron Soysauce. With a just a dollar difference, the Hotstone version would definitely be a better option if you like your food warm. As a highly versatile dish that can be paired with a variety of colorful toppings, I like this customized concept as it simplifies this Korean rice dish but preserves the texture and flavours. At least, we no longer have to stick to THAT sweet red sauce. Ginseng Orange Salad was not available so we switched to Pan Fried Tofu and Stir Fry Kimchee Pork ($14) which were larger than shown on menu. The plain tofu complemented the salty stir fry but I thought why don't they just cut the tofu and stir-fry everything together? The seasonal edition Gangnam Style Fried Chicken ($12) came with three different sauces -salt/sweet/spicy. The golden fried chicken that contained surprising bits of chilli and vegetables, were tender with crisp exterior. Since it was already very salted, the salt dip doesn't serve any purpose. The Sweet Potato Mattang ($6) were similar to the Japanese Daigaku-Imo, not crunchy but soft and mushy. Topped with crispy rice crackers and walnuts, they were coated in just the right amount of honey but not exactly piping hot. Food is overall quite good but the poor service were too glaring to go undetected. It's never a rule of courtesy to remove diner's plate without asking if they have finished with the food. continue reading
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Level4 2014-02-13
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If you love healthy Korean food, bibigo is a place you can come. Kimchi fried rice is pretty good and tasty! Because it's in a hotpot, it's kept warm throughout the meal. Very shiok to enjoy each mouthful of piping hot rice.One thing i like about Korean food is their side dishes but don't expect too much from here. And i think can only refill once or twice only! But their kimchi is pretty good! For $16, i think it's quite reasonable priced for what i'm getting =) continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-18
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My sister and I were on a mission and went on a food tasting session at Bibigo during our last visit to Raffles City.We were solely there to try their bibimbap ($15). There is quite a lot of flexibility given to customers as you can choose what rice (there's white rice, black rice, mix of barley and white rice or brown and white rice), topping (char-grilled bulgogi, chicken teriyaki/breast, grilled spicy pork and tofu) and the sauce (kohot, citron soy, sesame, and ssam) you want to go with your bibimbap.I was hesitating between the different toppings because I was really spoilt for choice between char-grilled bulgogi, chicken teriyaki and grilled spicy pork. They all appeal to me! But I ended up getting the grilled spicy pork. (See picture above.)I also went for the kohot sauce (i am not sure what it is but it sounded spicy so i went for it) and white rice.The end result is this: The whole meal is really filling with the soup and side dishes (nothing worth mentioning). I did not regret getting the grilled spicy pork as they were really nice and did not disappoint. Spicy. Despite the outward appearance, with the exception of the meat, the sauce was not as spicy as I had assumed it to be. Still the end result looks appealing.However I do think it is slightly on the high side because there wasn't a lot of meat given in the dish. Still, I had come back for the hot-stone bibimbap ($16). Looks delish when I saw the other patrons digging into their food! continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-31
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But this is something i can accept. Its somewhat affordable. It costs me $17 and its more of a quick meal.The drink is not bad, quite refreshing.This bibimbap is cooked with black rice and it has spicy pork & egg with sesame & spicy sauce. Out of so many dishes, this is probably the one that i ate the most. The sides are not fantastic though. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-24
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Lunch time came over to Bibigo at Raffles City Shopping Centre. Reached at 12:15pm and i waited for 10 minutes which is reasonable waiting time. Ordered this mushroom beef rice set which consists of beef, mushroom, pea and rice with the special sauce! They served it on the hot stone pot which makes the meal tastier and it came along with different side dishes. And the amount of kimchi they gave is alot though it looks little because it is being stacked up. Ordered for tea too, genmai tea! total about $20. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)