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25 Best Korean BBQ in Singapore Worth Queuing for

Looking for the best Korean BBQ Singapore has to offer to satisfy your craving for some great BBQ chicken, beef or pork? Then you’ve gotta check out the list of Korean BBQ restaurants below.

Superstar K

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Superstar K is one of the best Korean BBQ restaurants when it comes to good service, in addition to a good range of meats available. It essentially serves one of the best Korean food in Tanjong Pagar. Read more about this eatery here.

Hansik Korean Restaurant

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Located at Heartland Mall, this hugely popular Korean BBQ restaurant is certainly the eatery to go for if you crave severely for Korean food. Hansik serves Korean BBQ in family style dishes. Good food here include the Green Tea Pork Belly, Boneless Beef Rib and the Ginseng Chicken Soup. If you wish to try something more unique, the Green Tea Pork Belly is the great must-try that will add great unique flavours to your Korean BBQ dining experience.

Chang Korean BBQ Restaurant

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Though this Korean BBQ joint is slightly at the higher side, Chang Korean BBQ Restaurant is certainly a good dining hangout with some awesome premium cuts like Wagyu Ribeye and Kurobuta Belly. The charcoal grill produces good smoky taste in the meats. A good reason for the higher price is that the staff service is great, with the staff doing the cooking for you proactively.

I’m Kim Korean BBQ

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I’m Kim Korean BBQ is located at SOTA, which is between Cathay Theatre and POMO mall. What is attractive about this Korean BBQ eatery is the glorious buffet selection that is affordable to the masses. Among the recommended dishes is the signature volcano chicken.

Due to the high popularity of the crowd, reservations are required to dine here. The buffet is popular due to its crazy prices starting from $14.90++ during weekdays and $24.90++ during weekends for lunches. For dinners, the price range is from $24.90++ during weekdays to $25.90++ during weekends.

2D1N Soju Bang

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Have you ever heard of a la carte Korean BBQ? It can be found here in 2D1N Soju Bang. There is a plethora of a la carte BBQ dishes, such as the Seafood & Chives Pancake and Stir-Fried Occellated Octopus.

Eight Korean BBQ

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This Korean BBQ is an American concept style. What is special about this restaurant is the 8 Colours Set. Costing only $98, it features 8 different flavours of the Kurobuta pork belly pieces, like the miso, curry, garlic and wine.

4 people can be fed from this set. Free banchan (appetisers) are also provided in the set. A wide range of choices can be offered here – Argentinian Grass-fed beef, Japanese Wagyu beef and fresh seafood. All these food choices make Eight Korean BBQ a popular contemporary choice at Clarke Quay.

Wang Dae Bak Korean BBQ

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With fantastic Korean BBQ food choices, this eatery certainly serves one of the best Korean food in Singapore. Read more about it.

Ju Shin Jung Korean Restaurant

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Ju Shin Jung Korean Restaurant has a large spacious dining area because it is the place which caters to big crowds and groups. The BBQ sets start from $130++. And the best part – the sets are customisable to the preference of side dish and soups, with raw or marinated meat available.

Accompanying sides range from the Topokki (Stir-fried Rice Cake with Seafood) to the Pajeon (Seafood and Spring Onion Korean Pancake). It is definitely a good dining hangout for large group gatherings.

Chowon Garden

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Chowon Garden is a place for peace for diners who can get there, tuck in and enjoy a night of BBQ meats and soju drinks. Apart from the BBQ meats, Chowon Garden is popular for its gopchang (pig intestines) and the Kimchi Fried Rice.

Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ

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This Korean BBQ restaurant is definitely a place you want to try out because the origins are from its motherland at South Korea itself! Established in 2007 in the motherland, this restaurant opened its first outlet at Plaza Singapura in 2015.

The Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ is known for its high grade meat and its multifarious a la carte dishes, ranging from stews to Korean meal sets at sizes of singular portions. One of their popular dishes is the La Galbi, a US prime beef short ribs and the Galmaegisal, which is a signature US pork that is marinated with Korean spices of authenticity.

CNN has even featured the La Galbi beef as one of its Top 50 World Most Delicious Food.



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Like most Korean restaurants, SingKoba boosts great Korean BBQ along Telok Ayer Street. Although its interior is not so pleasant, looking more like the industrial setting, SingKoba has excellent service with fast food service delivery, negligible waiting time for food, and of course, good food choices.

Read more about SingKoba.

K Cook Korean BBQ Buffet

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Do you love quality Korean BBQ Buffet? At only $24.90++ during dinner, you can get good open air ambience with a good assortment of BBQ meats and some Korean dishes like kimchi. If you want a cheaper option, you can go for the lunch menu at $14.90++. It is an all good BBQ Buffet selection with a convenient location right at the heart of Singapore’s tourist shopping area.


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This Korean restaurant features grilled meat marinated in unique flavorful sauces. As this serves one of the best Korean food in Singapore, read more about it.

Seoul Restaurant

Seoul Restaurant is not to be confused with Seoul Garden Restaurant, though both of them offer grilled Korean BBQ meat on the table. This BBQ selection uses an authentic charcoal method for grilling. It has a huge variety of premium cut meat but that is not all. You can be accompanied by extensive mugs of beer or liquor to wash down whatever meat you eat.


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There are value-for-money sets you can get at various prices – $59, $79 or $89. Their soups and stews are well loved in the restaurant and they even come with sizeable meat portion, with the prime beef as the star meat selection. Beef lovers should rejoice with grilled delicious prime beef cut into little pieces for easier eating.


Credit: Ssikkek Korean BBQ @ Oriental Plaza

Known for a cheaper lunch and dinner BBQ buffet variety, Ssikkek offers marinated pork belly, Korean chicken (chicken galbi), beef bulgogi and many other great selections of meats on the hotplate. Even the ambience is welcoming with brightly lit and spacious interior and so you make yourself feel like being at home. You can move around freely within and slowly pick and choose your meat.

Nanta BBQ


Nanta BBQ is a Korean BBQ that delivers more modernised Korean cuisine. Yet, it preserves authenticity. The popular Cheese Deng – galbi set is one that you must certainly try. It comes with spicy pork spare ribs with melted mozzarella cheese marinating them. Imagine getting them on a sizzling hot plate – how wonderful is it?

Dae Ssiksin

A Korean buffet with an exquisite range of meats, Dae Ssiksin offers about 12 marinated meats for selection. There are beef short ribs, pork collar and many other grilled meats to tantalise your taste buds satiating for the smoky taste on the hot BBQ plate.

Pujim BBQ


Established by a native of Busan, Pujim BBQ boasts good interior with purple neon signs lit up and succulent premium grade meat. The Pujim Shovel is the meat of choice. It consists of premium A4 Wagyu ribeye, Iberico pork collar, Prime Black Angus boneless short ribs and Duroc pork belly. With excellent service quality and sizzling perfectionability, Pujim BBQ is the place you should go to.

Danji Korean BBQ Buffet

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With unrestricted free flow cheese and butter from $15 onwards, why not try out this Korean BBQ Buffet at Tanjong Katong Road?

This place is often crowded during dinnertime with both indoor and outdoor seating options available. Barbecuing raw meat like chicken and pork would be considered normal and cliche here given the free flow availability of cheese and butter, so it would be wasteful not to utilise the free flow.

Guiga Korean BBQ Restaurant

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To delight even the most difficult customers, Guiga produces barbecued meats to smoky fantastic perfection. A good choice of meat is the Barbecued Beef at $30. The meats are often marinated very well.

With good fairy lights and decorated interior, there is a very good welcoming Korean feel once you enter and dine inside. It is hard not to miss!

Supulae Korean BBQ

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As you know, Tanjong Pagar area is home to many glorious Korean food eateries with the best of authenticity. Even Korean BBQ is no exception over there.

Among the BBQ eateries there is Supulae with simple set menus that can be shared among 2 or 3 persons. The sets have mixtures of pork and chicken mostly. Many of the meats are marinated. 

Along with 7 side dishes, Soup (Kimchi / Soft Tofu / Bean Paste), Steamed Egg and Rice Bowls, it is of no wonder that Supulae often draws crowds during weekends and reservations are not allowed. A tender bite of the marinated chicken certainly makes good value for money for the quality of the served meat.

Jangsu Korean BBQ

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Outside of Tanjong Pagar, there are also Korean BBQ restaurants. Not all are located at Tanjong Pagar. Jangsu Korean BBQ is one such eatery.

Located at Serangoon, Jangsu is run by Chef Park and a Korean couple. The 100% aged meat results in tender succulent slices with flavourful seasoning. Beef lovers would love this as there is a set menu dedicated to them with an all beef set menu in BBQ Set A at $68.

If beef is not the option for you, then you can take Set C which contains a mixture of beef and non beef meat. With charcoal-grilled meats and friendly staff to help you grill, you can head down here to have your sumptuous feast of BBQ meat.

Kim’s Family Food

Kim’s Family Food is another Korean BBQ restaurant at Serangoon. An extensive menu with authentic Korean BBQ experience, there is so much to choose from. But it is easy to select although there are many to choose from.

The Meat Platter Set at $40 sizes it all with marinated pork collar, beef short ribs and some chicken meat too. They are more than enough to feed 2 hungry persons. Oxtail stew and spicy kimchi pancakes are also offered to supplement the BBQ feast. It is a very good Korean BBQ dining experience.

Have you tried any of the Korean BBQ eateries listed above? What do you think of their food quality, ambience and customer service? Or do your choices differ from ours? 

Whatever your thoughts are on our list of the best Korean BBQ Singapore has to offer, let us know what you think and comment below!

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