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6836 3291
Led by renowned Korean Celebrity Chef Jong Won Paik, Bornga offers Korean BBQ and other authentic, traditional Korean dishes. Its signature dish is the ‘Woo Sam Gyup’ - thinly sliced beef dressed in Chef Paik’s special marinade. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:30 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 22:00
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Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Pork Free
Takes Reservations
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Signature Dishes
Kimchi Jjigae Suntofu Jjigae Naeng Myeon Woo Sam Gyup
Review (1)
Level3 2015-03-15
My first visit to this place.At the left side of the cashier counter, is a nicely decorated cosy waiting room with built in TV to keep guests entertained.The place has simple decoration that makes you comfortable and is spacious with sufficient seats to accommodate large crowds.We are welcomed by friendly staff who brought us tea the moment we were seated.Common in all Korean restaurants, complimentary appetisers will always be served.Although this is my first visit, I do know they are quite popular for their Korean BBQ. However, this is not what we are having today.Sundubu Jjigae - Spicy (S$18)This soup comprises of assorted seafood and soft dubu. Dubu is Korean tofu and it is what it describes - really soft & smooth too. Though it states "spicy" but it's not that spicy at all. The best part is you can taste the freshness of the seafood in every mouthful of it.Jap Chae (S$23)This is Korean glass noodle, stir fried with pork and vegetables. Like the slightly chewy texture of the glass noodle, it's delicious and the pork and vegetables complement this dish.Haemul Pajeon (S$22)Korean pancake - a dish that I will always try when I visit Korean restaurants. Usually I will go for the Kimchi pancake but I don't see them having here. The pancake here is made from scallions and a variety of seafood. A little disappointing as it's not crispy though it do looks "burnt". Despite this, the pancake do taste quite good just that the taste of the flour is abit obvious.Lastly, complimentary dessert was served. It is a refreshing icy drink made from Korean berries - Omija. This provides good digestion after a heavy meal.Overall dining was pleasant with friendly, approachable and attentive staff. Just be prepared to smell like BBQ when you leave the place.😆 continue reading
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