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After trying sundubu chigae from the many korean restaurants in Singapore, this restaurant has one of the most authentic silken tofu soup. Diners can choose between pork or seafood. There was a lot of ingredients in the soup, it was filled with sotong, prawns, clams and of course, silken tofu. It's quite a spicy dish though, not suitable for those who can't take spicy food. I also had the spicy chicken, which wasn't awesome. The chicken was a little dry and hard, but nevertheless, the quite auth
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After trying sundubu chigae from the many korean restaurants in Singapore, this restaurant has one of the most authentic silken tofu soup. Diners can choose between pork or seafood. There was a lot of ingredients in the soup, it was filled with sotong, prawns, clams and of course, silken tofu. It's quite a spicy dish though, not suitable for those who can't take spicy food. I also had the spicy chicken, which wasn't awesome. The chicken was a little dry and hard, but nevertheless, the quite authentic korean spiciness made up for it. I would try the pork instead the next time. Similar to all korean restaurants, they serve some side dishes before the start of the meal. The side dishes were great, especially the kimchi and the steamed egg. The staff were very polite and helped us to a second round of side dishes when we requested. One thing to note would be the crowd during meal hours. I would recommend reserving before visiting the restaurant.
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  • Silken tofu soup