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Fancy about Korean Cuisine for no reason, it was highly popular in Singapore. I always went for Korean dishes especially at foodcourt, the stall offered extensive choices with affordable price. Queue was unavoidable during lunch hours, self-service basis and paid immediately upon ordering. No doubt it tasted slightly similar to Instant Noodles, yet the soup could tell the truth. Kimchi was greatly appetizing, sourly spicy which combined perfectly with plain springy noodles. Ramen was thicker tha
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Fancy about Korean Cuisine for no reason, it was highly popular in Singapore. I always went for Korean dishes especially at foodcourt, the stall offered extensive choices with affordable price. Queue was unavoidable during lunch hours, self-service basis and paid immediately upon ordering.
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No doubt it tasted slightly similar to Instant Noodles, yet the soup could tell the truth. Kimchi was greatly appetizing, sourly spicy which combined perfectly with plain springy noodles. Ramen was thicker than normal yellow noodles, texture definitely better. Other ingredients included Prawns, Fish and Lettuce, the bowl was soupy and hearty. Thickness and saltiness of broth was just nice, it was authentic so far I tried. Portion was rather satisfying, only priced at $5.00.
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I always patronized this Korean food stall, as they offer restaurant standard type of food for the past few years! Ordered a bowl of chicken bimbimpak at $6.30. Take away you have to pay 20 cents more!If you are dine-in customer they will serve you the food in a hot stone pot! When I saw the chef took out the vegetables from the fridge without heating up, only the chicken and egg are cooked on the spot! Surprisingly, the vegetable are still crunchy and fresh. Ok the ingredients in the bimbimpak
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I always patronized this Korean food stall, as they offer restaurant standard type of food for the past few years! Ordered a bowl of chicken bimbimpak at $6.30. Take away you have to pay 20 cents more!
If you are dine-in customer they will serve you the food in a hot stone pot!
When I saw the chef took out the vegetables from the fridge without heating up, only the chicken and egg are cooked on the spot! Surprisingly, the vegetable are still crunchy and fresh.

Ok the ingredients in the bimbimpak are: Stir fry chicken ( you can choose beef ), mushrooms , korean bean sprout, green vegetable, carrot and an egg!

I can taste the sweetness of the vegetables and the chicken are well marinated. The kimchi is good too, very authentic Korean side dish


YOU HAVE TO TRY IT ! YUMMY
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My girlfriend helped my take away the kimchi fried rice from the Korean Stall at this food court. The kimchi fried rice ($5.30) is not very cheap but this is one of the more worth it kimchi fried rice I have ever taste. The rice was mixed very well with the kimchi. Their kimchi is fermented till very sour, this sourness gives the rice more flavor. it is not too spicy as well. why did I find this stall’s kimchi fried rice worth it, because they really added a lot of kimchi to the rice. every mout
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My girlfriend helped my take away the kimchi fried rice from the Korean Stall at this food court. The kimchi fried rice ($5.30) is not very cheap but this is one of the more worth it kimchi fried rice I have ever taste. The rice was mixed very well with the kimchi. Their kimchi is fermented till very sour, this sourness gives the rice more flavor. it is not too spicy as well. why did I find this stall’s kimchi fried rice worth it, because they really added a lot of kimchi to the rice. every mouth you eat, there will be kimchi. The kimchi gave the rice a crunchy texture too.
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2012-12-14 112 views
I was craving for Korean food and I headed to the food court at yew tee to satisfy that craving. I ordered their hot plate spicy sotong set. The set cost $6.30 but the portion they gave indeed worth a lot more than the price I paid. The sotong was very chewy. you can taste that it is fresh cost the meat is very succulent and crunchy. the sauce is a little on the spicy side, but when you eat with the rice, it does not taste so hot. I think it is very value for money indeed!
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I was craving for Korean food and I headed to the food court at yew tee to satisfy that craving. I ordered their hot plate spicy sotong set. The set cost $6.30 but the portion they gave indeed worth a lot more than the price I paid. The sotong was very chewy. you can taste that it is fresh cost the meat is very succulent and crunchy. the sauce is a little on the spicy side, but when you eat with the rice, it does not taste so hot. I think it is very value for money indeed!
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2012-07-30 45 views
I ordered the spicy chicken from the Korean stall. The way they packed it was kind of weird in my opinion. They placed the chicken at the larger portion and the rice on the inside of the container. It was kind of hard to eat the rice. nevertheless the chicken was really good, it was well seasoned. The gravy they cooked it with goes well with the rice. the chicken meat was really tender as well. in fact it is very tasty.
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I ordered the spicy chicken from the Korean stall. The way they packed it was kind of weird in my opinion. They placed the chicken at the larger portion and the rice on the inside of the container. It was kind of hard to eat the rice. nevertheless the chicken was really good, it was well seasoned. The gravy they cooked it with goes well with the rice. the chicken meat was really tender as well. in fact it is very tasty.
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2012-07-06 31 views
I ordered the spicy Korean chicken from the korean stall at yew tee square. The portion of their Korean food is really huge. When I took away, they place the rice in the smaller square of the styrofoam box and the spicy chicken in the bigger section. The chicken is marinated perfectly. The meat is very tender. However, it does leaves you feeling tasty after eating so must drink more water. The rice is soft and sticky, goes well with the spicy chicken.
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I ordered the spicy Korean chicken from the korean stall at yew tee square. The portion of their Korean food is really huge. When I took away, they place the rice in the smaller square of the styrofoam box and the spicy chicken in the bigger section. The chicken is marinated perfectly. The meat is very tender. However, it does leaves you feeling tasty after eating so must drink more water. The rice is soft and sticky, goes well with the spicy chicken.
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