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Telephone
6257 5339
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
Good For
Kids-Friendly
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 22:30
Mon - Sun
11:30 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Cash
Number of Seats
118
Other Info
Online Reservation
Pork Free
Takes Reservations
Restaurant Website
http://www.seoulgarden.com.sg/
Review (13)
Level3 2012-10-01
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This is the self-made ice kacang inside the seoul garden buffet. There is plenty of choice you can choose to decorate your own ice kacang. The syrup is quite nice with the coconut milk that must be added in to make ice kacang. However, the self-made one still not that nice as compared to the outside, haha...Too pity that I only took this picture rather than the hot pot because I were too busy of enjoying cooking the meal! continue reading
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Level3 2012-08-20
205 views
Spend $36 for this outing with my classmates was quite worth it. We can sit there for long hour and eat all we want. There are many type of seasoned chickens, porks, beef, sea foods like prawns, octopus, clamp are included as well. However, do eat at night because those might not fresh any more, especially the prawn. They would turn soggy and pale. After having main dish, there are ice kachang too. cakes are included as well :} continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-11
179 views
had a classmate gathering at seoul garden because they are halal certified and serves buffet which is easier and more wide in variety. the buffet on sunday night is the most expensive but we only free on that day so "bo huat". It costs $32 each person as there is no student price for that day too. The buffet is still the same as i visited, i keep on refilling the beef and kimchi! their kimchi is very nice, and i always put a lot of it into the soup to make it kimchi soup! lastly, dessert is a must after bbq. we love to design our own ice kachang and these two are the winner !! haha continue reading
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Level3 2012-06-10
214 views
We decided to head to Northpoint's Seoul Garden for dinner since we were starving. Lucky for us, they have an all-day student price promotion! We also decided to add in kimchi (found near the veggie section) so that we could have Kimchi soup without paying more to change the soup base. ;) It was a huge spread, we couldn't finish the food and started finding ways to hide the food - we didn't wanna pay the penalty for wasting food. But nonetheless the staffs were friendly and didn't charge us any extra when we really couldn't finish our food. Good service and good food I'd say. But Northpoint's Seoul Garden outlet has limited food choices. Bring in the variety! continue reading
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Level2 2012-04-24
112 views
Buffet at Seoul Garden !Nom Nom Nom, eat all you can !At seoul garden the things famous and well-known are the meat. There have a lot of choices of meat which are chicken , fish, sotong , and the fresh vegetables !The meat taste fresh and spongy, and the vegetables there taste crunchy too !Besides, you also can have your free beverages and ice-cream all for free !!The icecream was simply refreshing and many king of flavour available too ! continue reading
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