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KOREAN BBQ! I recently went to Tanjong Pagar for a korean bbq fix; I was hoping that 2 Day 1 Night would miraculously be empty at 6pm on a Saturday night, silly me. In the end, my friend and I ended up at His.tori, another Korean BBQ place just a few doors down. I am traditionally suspicious of new things, and His.tori was no exception. Having only been to 2 Day 1 Night, I was worried that this new place would disappoint me. Moreover, the service staff that greeted me was, horror of horrors, not
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KOREAN BBQ! I recently went to Tanjong Pagar for a korean bbq fix; I was hoping that 2 Day 1 Night would miraculously be empty at 6pm on a Saturday night, silly me. In the end, my friend and I ended up at His.tori, another Korean BBQ place just a few doors down.

I am traditionally suspicious of new things, and His.tori was no exception. Having only been to 2 Day 1 Night, I was worried that this new place would disappoint me. Moreover, the service staff that greeted me was, horror of horrors, not Korean! LOL anyway after we settled down, I went to check out the buffet spread.

The spread was similar in layout and content to that of other Korean BBQ restaurants, and was overall quite acceptable and tasty. However, I felt that the pork belly at His.tori wasn't as good as other places ie. 2 Day 1 Night, as it was still very frozen even as it was on display, and the frozen food taste was quite strong. Also, they don't have the cold barley drink that I really like; I find that it helps to cleanse my palate after all the meat.

While there were minor disappointments, on the whole the meal was quite satisfactory indeed, and it is slightly cheaper as well I think, at $24 per person for dinner. I left smelling slightly of BBQ, stuffed to the brim, and rather happy.
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