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Telephone
6836 1339
Introduction
Seoul Garden started in 1983 and was a fine-dining Korean restaurant, serving authentic Korean cuisine. Today, Seoul Garden serves Korean-styled cuisine in a buffet style at affordable prices. It has been Halal-certified to meet the growing needs of the Muslim market, but still retains the traditional Korean flavours. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Pork Free
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
http://www.seoulgarden.com.sg/
Review (6)
Level4 2012-07-29
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Was having a very nice and satisfying barberqued steamboat buffet in this halal restaurant with some of my friends. Love the different types of marinated chicken and beef meats available on their buffet counters. But there is one item which make me go back for my second plate, which is the sweet coconut seeds and the coconut slices. Both are equally crunchy and fresh, which are very yummy and appetitizing after you have a heaty barberqued meal. Have a very fun time there and the service here is also quite nice and friendly . continue reading
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Level4 2012-01-02
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i felt this outlet kind of shrink in size compared to the last time i visited it many years ago. went down with a few friends to have the buffet for dinner. despite the small size, i think there are still a large variety of food to choose from. i quite like the marinated meat especially the beef and they just taste so nice after being bbq-ed. the bad thing is only after you ate, the smell of oil and smoke will linger on your hair and clothes continue reading
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Level4 2011-08-22
53 views
I had a class gathering at Seoul Garden @ NgeeAnnCity and despite my initial misgivings (I’ve head unflattering stuff about them), I found it a rather pleasant experience. It was my first time at Seoul Garden and I was impressed by the variety of meat especially since the buffet was not pricey! Taste wise, the grill was generally nicer than the steamboat. I would recommend patrons to concentrate solely on the food and not bother with desserts and other cooked food though. The desserts and other cooked food like pasta and dimsum tasted quite bad.As for the ambience, this is a good place for a big group gathering. Its generally quite noisy so you wouldn’t feel the need to be quiet and the service staff were very helpful in arranging the tables to fit our very very large group. continue reading
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Level4 2011-06-28
30 views
Its been really a long time since i last visited Seoul Garden. I used to go to Seoul Garden during my school days. I just went there quite recently together with my 'little cousins' during their school holiday. Hmm.. nothing really fascinate me now actually. Maybe my expectations for food is no longer the same. But my 'little cousins' do enjoyed the meal, just like the way i used to enjoy it. haha.There are quite many variety of food for you to choose from. There are seafood, vegetables, noodles and marinated meat. All tasted quite nice and fresh. Overall, the food is quite average but price might be a little expensive than what i have expected. Not so worth it actually. continue reading
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Level3 2011-04-29
36 views
I went to this branch with my friends for a birthday celebration. I always like buffet like this as we get to enjoy both bbq and hotpot! The food variety here is rather good and there are quite a variety of seafood too! We even had crabs, which I cannot find in some branches! The meat are well-marinated and my favourite is the hot and spicy fish! There are also free-flow of drinks and desserts like ice cream and shaved ice! continue reading
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