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Introduction
Korean meets Western. Fusion bistro, Sync, at Westgate offers diners their own take on the blend of 2 very distinctive cuisines in cosy, stylish environment. Come March, sports lovers can also enjoy live sports broadcast while guzzling drinks from the outdoor bar. continue reading
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Group Gathering
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
http://www.facebook.com/syncbistro
Signature Dishes
Cream of Kimchi and Bacon Soup Spicy Korean Chicken Wings
Review (7)
Level5 2014-12-20
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Are you a die-hard fanatic of all things Korean? You now get to experience a new casual dining experience with SYNC Korean Fusion Bistro. Opened in January, the bistro remains a relatively hidden gem as it is situated at a corner of Westgate. As the name suggests, SYNC desires to synchronise Korean and Western food, technology and lifestyle. The brand is powered by Samsung as part of its diversification strategy. 1. Okonomiyaki — S$12.00I gasped when I saw this dish on the menu. I had always thought of Okonomiyaki as a Japanese savoury pancake, and that Pajeon is a Korean version of it. Both the kimchi and seafood pancakes had their own merits. The seafood pancake was more flavourful with the bonito flakes on top, while the kimchi pancake was more plain, yet fragrant.I expected crispiness in each bite, but discovered an interesting thin and doughy texture instead. This portion is good for sharing among four, as an appetiser.2. Bibimbap — S$12.90I loved how SYNC actually used a poached egg instead of a soft-boiled egg in the bibimbap. The five ingredients used were in perfect balance, and this definitely caters to diners looking for a fuller meal. The sauce had a slightly sour note, and this somehow accentuated the flavours of the other ingredients.3. Gamja Tuikim — S$6.90One of the more noteworthy offerings at SYNC Korean Fusion Bistro was this plate of fries topped with kimchi nacho cheese. I felt like several flavourful expressions were going on in my mouth at once — there was a hint of spiciness from the kimchi, and a lightly sourish and salty flavour from the nacho cheese. This is definitely recommended for cheese lovers.4. Smoked Duck Ramyun — S$13.90Mildly spicy, this Korean noodle soup features curly noodles with tofu, wakame, smoked duck and a soft-boiled egg. I must confess my initial disdain for this dish - "Isn't this instant noodles?" This has long been my perception of Korean ramyun, but this heartwarming bowl of noodles differentiates itself well from the 3-minute-to-prepare meal. The soup broth was very rich and flavourful, and the springy noodles were certainly a far cry from instant noodles.5. Topokki — S$7.90Koreans have their own version of Lontong. These rice cakes are glazed with a spicy-sweet sauce and accompanied by fish cake slices, bacon, spring onion and a soft-boiled egg. They are extremely chewy and taste divine with that thick, sweet and savoury sauce. This dish is best shared with others, allowing you to sample the various ingredients without getting too stuffed.6. Yangnyeom Tongdak — S$6.90How can chicken be this crispy?! This was the prevailing thought on my mind as I dug into these sweet and spicy winglets. The meat was really tender and the savoury juices oozed out to mix with the sweetness and spiciness. Every bite of this chicken is sophisticated because of the elaborate science that goes on in the cooking process. SYNC differentiates their chicken by adding a sprinkle of black sesame seeds.7. Matcha Lava Cake — S$7.90If you are able to order only one dish, make it the Matcha Lava Cake. This is probably the most satisfying dessert I have ever eaten in my life! I usually have a disinclination towards any dessert made with green tea, but this is extremely well-executed. Mere words fail to express how awfully delicious and tantalising this is! Watch the following video and you will know exactly what I mean.Last but not least, SYNC does not impose any service charges. However, you can rest assured that their service standards are comparable to those of many establishments with that ubiquitous 10% charge. Full review available at http://www.littletinysun.com/2014/10/7-must-try-korean-dishes-at-sync-korean.html continue reading
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Level4 2014-11-23
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SYNC restaurant has it’s uniqueness with fusion Korean elements and their collaboration with Samsung. You will find most of the electronic devices from the ordering tablets to the display gadgets at a cozy adult and kids corners. I am not aware that there is a restaurant at level 3 corner side of the mall until Wilson invited me to the session.We started off with Toppoki with fried bacon and egg S$7.90. Mixture of western style bacon bits with the Korean style toppoki turned out to be a spark. Taste bit of bacon saltiness that blend into the sweetness of the sauce was indeed a good start.Kimchi Cheese Fries S$6.90 is an addictive dish. Cheesy fries with bits of spiciness from the kimchi gave a new way of having fries now.Korean Chicken Wings S$6.90 comes in 3 pieces. One of my favourite dish as the chicken wings were served with sesame seeds and coated with sauce all over it. Indeed a finger licking dish while it is hot.K-pot stew is well-received by the diners as we can see most of the tables has one. The portion is quite decent with flavorful stew broth and comes with filled ingredients. Need me to say anymore?Jajangmyeon S$12.90 is definitely a must try mains. Unlike the usual jajangmyeon, noodles here are spaghetti. Combination of fusion taste turned out to be pretty awesome with the black bean sauce.Jap Chae with beef S$11.90. Loving this dish as well. Served warm instead of the usual cold ones gives the fragrance taste with sesame oil and seasonal vegetables.Bibimbap S$12.90 is the combination of rice, seasonal fresh vegetables, soft boiled egg, gochujang and sesame oil. After giving a good mix, you can enjoy crunchy texture with after fragrance taste.We ended the session with lava cakes with a scoop of ice-cream S$7.90. They have green tea, yam and chocolate lava cake flavours. Yam lava cake was quite an interesting one as the sweetness is not overwhelming and goes well with the ice-cream. Same goes to the rest of the flavors but little did I expect that I get to enjoy yam flavor in lava form. continue reading
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SYNC Korean Fusion Bistro powered by Samsung is located in the west area, right at Jurong East, Westgate Mall. It can be linked from Samsung store which is situated at Level 1 of Westgate Mall, or you can access through their main entrance at Level 3. The crafted menu is an infusion of Korean cuisine and Western cuisine.Some may think that certain dishes' combination is weird, well I have my doubts previously too. But it turned out surprisingly good! Such as Gamja Tuikim: fries topped with kimchi and nacho cheese and Topokki: Korean rice cakes with fish cake and bacon.Besides the average Korean mains, I would strongly recommend the desserts! They have one of the better Matcha (green tea) lava cake. Thumbs up If you are looking for something out of the norm, you may try the White Chocolate Taro or White Chocolate Red Bean lava cake. continue reading
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Full review: http://dairycream.blogspot.sg/2014/11/sync-korean-fusion-bistro-matcha-lava.htmlThe popularity of molten chocolate cakes never seem to dwindle as it has a high frequency of appearance in the menus of cafe bistros and western restaurants. Now, this Korean bistro is pretty ambitious to offer it in three different flavours, White Chocolate Lava Cake Red Bean, Taro and Matcha. The Matcha Addiction ($7.90) lacked conviction and was closer to the spectrum of green tea than matcha. I could possibly be biased because I had this immediately after having the Best Matcha Lava Cake in SG.I thought it would be fun to order something which maybe few people or no one has ever ordered before. But no, huge mistake. For the Mak Gul Li parfait ($8.90), I thought we were served a wrong order of a cocktail instead of a dessert parfait. Cornflakes (not "cornflake crumbles") were submerged into a pool of white yoghurt, cheapened with canned pears (not "seasonal fruits") and cloying sweet jam at the base. I could not locate the Jujube honey anywhere too. The blend of the Korean Rice Wine and Yoghurt could be an acquired taste but the moral of the story is that one should probably stick to the recommended items next time. continue reading
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Sync Korean may be a bistro-cafe with korean fusion fare as mainstays, but its molten lava cakes have been making waves on Instagram. Located at Westgate, the bistro has both indoor and alfresco sitting available. The bistro is like a chic techie's haven, with tablets available for children (and adults) to occupy themselves with while adults kick back a cuppa.The menu offers common korean food items like Bibimbap and Jajangmyeon(Black Bean Paste noodles) with a twist. However, they charge for plain water. Not in sync on this one.Sync Korean Fusion Bistro MenuThe kimchi cheese fries from the recently added new menu was alas, disappointing. We didn't expect it to be really kimchi+cheese+fries.. The medium-cut fries were drenched in a (too) generous amount of nacho cheese sauce and topped with a small portion of the actual kimchi veggies. KFC might have done better for cheaper. Skip.Kimchi Cheese Fries ($6.90)The Jajangmyeon uses pasta instead of the usual white wheat noodles. It came smoking hot, with little chunks of diced pork and a side of pickles. The black bean paste is on the sweet side. I like my Jajangmyeon more savoury, but this version went down alright with me still. Some restaurants don't always include the meat in Jajangmyeon, so make sure you check if you don't want to end up with just plain noodles and black bean sauce, like yours truly did on a few occasions. Order this, especially for those who like a sweet-savoury main that is slightly more sweet than savoury.Jajangmyeon ($12.90)Finally, the white chocolate taro lava cake, which was what we came for. This is really one of the best lava cakes around. The lava flow was glorious, but be sure to cut right in the middle so the purple lava flows out too. The accompanying taro ice cream was also full of taro flavour and superb with the warm cake.Taro White Chocolate Lava Cake ($8.90)Sync does have an interesting modern Korean-centric cafe concept and the spacious place is also conducive for relaxed catch-ups, especially on weekday afternoons. Be sure to leave some space for the lava cakes.For the full review, visit http://herpenandfork.blogspot.sg/2014/11/sync-korean-fusion-bistro-mod-korean.html continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)