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Telephone
6289 4104
Introduction
We're serving Traditional Korean Charcoal BBQ ! Our grilling skill is really different with other chain, you may fall in love with our Chef Park's dishes. Come and try Authentic Korean Charcoal BBQ! continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 15:00
17:00 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 15:00
17:00 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Visa Master Cash
Other Info
Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Pork Free
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/Jangsubbq.sg/
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About Reward Scheme
Signature Dishes
Korean Cold Noodle Korean BBQ
Review (6)
For the complete review, follow the link below:http://www.chubbybotakkoala.com/2017/04/goki-day-korean-bbq.htmlGoki Day is an Authentic Korean BBQ restaurant located near Teck Chye Terrace near the Serangoon Heartland. A well-known food enclaved to the foodies. We have visited Goki Day multiple times and see their transformation first hand especially when they change their grill plate from sliding down type to rectangular type, to jumbo type and now to the round type. Why we said Goki Day is Authentic because it is run by a Korean family from the start. This all-you-can eat restaurant offered the Korean BBQ with Korean steamboat together. So you can please everyone who dines there. It also served ready cooked items while you are waiting for the meat to be cooked. Our favourite here is the thick pork belly. Normally known as 5mm cut, it always delivers the porkgasm that you are looking for in BBQ pork. In the current round grill, you can fit only 3 pcs, but it has the most consistent fire that produces quality bbq pork belly at the end. It has a crisp exterior, follow with fatty and melts in your mouth pork belly. Yum Yum. There are different choice pork cuts with marinate such as spicy pork, pork bulgogi, pork belly thin cut, bacon, spicy marinated pork belly and most recently pork jowl. Feel free to choose what you like however, we always go back to the thick cut all the time. For the beef selection, the marinated beef ribs are LD's favourite. It is well seasoned with Korean sweet marinate, tender and meaty. Some part of the beef can be tender, while the rest might need more chewing time. I personally like the Korean Beef Brisket cut. This cut here is very thin (like sukiyaki thin) and has a good portion fats in it. You can either bbq it or put in the steamboat. I normally have a plateful of these for myself.There are two types of soup base for steamboat, the non-spicy seaweed soup and the spicy army stew like soup base. For the seaweed, it is on the salty side, so I suggest you dilute it with some water. If you like the spicy kimchi, basically you have the ingredients to create your own army stew here. Side dishes here is limited and self-service. The kimchi is extremely good according to LD, well-fermented with a crunch and a good dose of red pepper and sourness, and LD loves it so much that she always buy 1 kg to bring home for her Korean instant noodles. I preferred their pickled radish to balance the fattiness in my BBQ. Other ingredients for BBQ or steamboat includes cuttlefish, octopus(when available), sausages, a variety of mushrooms, chicken, cheese meatball, a variety of vegetables, fresh lettuce to wrap the meal, garlic, onion, fresh cut chilli, eggs and instant noodle. Ice cream, porridge, rice and water are part of the buffet as well. The recent revamp also introduce some items that are cooked to order. Those items are: Vegetable pancake, Japchae (Glass Noodle), Topokki (Rice Cake), Gimbap (Korean Sushi), Fried Chicken, Kimchi Pancake, Salad and Steam Egg. The service staff will show you this menu when you are seated. Service is friendly and efficient. The interaction is at the minimum because of the buffet concept, but you can get their attention easily. They will also replace the BBQ plate frequently during your BBQ session. The decor is simple and minimum. As it is a Korean BBQ place, expect to come out of the restaurant smelling like the food you ate. If you want to have a Korean BBQ at home, you can actually buy the ingredients from the restaurant.  We can tell you the price is very reasonable. Overall, Goki Day Korean BBQ Buffet is an authentic fuss free Korean BBQ. Although the selection is not extensive, the quality of the ingredients provided is very good. Definitely a place worth to visit if you need a quick fix for your Korean BBQ cravings. Geonbae !! Cheers!! continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-02
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Since the start of korean craze, that is the one of the first that i tried, i love their buffet even though with limited varieties of meat and side dishes , their food is fresh and good, i did not know they have rice until towards finishing the buffet, their rice is so fragrant, even though limit only 2.5 opening hours during lunch time, surprisingly there is a crowd here, a well-hidden good bbq korean buffet place to go, the boss are nice and they are korean. reasonable price with good quality of food, this is the one. continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-07
241 views
Singaporeans love to EAT! And i'm very sure Korean is a popular choice. Personally i always enjoy the side dishes while i wait for my mains to be ready! So one day a friend of mine asked me along for korean bbq dinner and i agreed immediately especially when i get to try out a new place. Plus point is the location! It's pretty near to Nex and to my place so it's convenient for me. Upon entering the place, it's looks simple but tidy and clean. Meat selections looks good and fresh, the side dishes (cold) has a few items but it was sufficient for me and it taste nice! Very refreshing especially when i pair it with my bbq meat.When it comes to the bbq part, i really enjoy most of the marinated meat cause it was done pretty well. Personally i find it very worth it for the price i'm paying ( i came on a Friday and i paid $27 after all the ++). Now i know where to go if i want to satisfy my korean bbq cravings!! =) continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-04
202 views
saw my friend post on facebook and so decide to go try out the Korean bbq here since its quite near where I am staying. They have a special promotion of 20% off if you dine between 5.30pm to 7pm. The range of food here is quite a lot, personally I prefer their marinated pork belly while my family preferred the non marinated pork belly, they also have cooked food station too. Their ginseng chicken porridge is nice and they have my favourite topokki too. The dining experience is good, the staffs are friendly and prompt in service. Food are nice and definitely worth going. continue reading
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Level4 2013-04-30
142 views
With all the fuss over 2D1N, we decided to skip that and try something else when we had cravings for Korean BBQ. This place is hidden away in Teck Whye Terraces at Serangoon with lots of other food shops. The overall experience is great. The marinated meat was well marinated. The beef bulgogi was sweet and juicy. Pork belly was also very well done and I liked the special kimchi paste. continue reading
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