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7 Best Korean Food in Singapore Worth Queuing for

Looking for the best Korean food Singapore has to offer to satisfy your craving for soup, kimchi, meat and hot stone food? Then you’ve gotta check out the list of Korean restaurants below.

Singkoba Barbecue

Credits: SingKoba

Another Korean joint along Telok Ayer Street, Singkoba gloats of a fairly mechanical like inside, complete with ventilators that looked practically like an outsider arm.

The ban chan, particularly the kang kong, was flavorful. The kimchi stew so hot and the rice cakes are very tantalising. 

In the event that you requested under two grill meats, it will be done in the kitchen, saving you from the smokiness and bother. The grilled pork gut is delicious and exquisite while the fish hotcake is pressed with a liberal measure of fixings. Likewise, Singkoba is one of the least expensive Korean BBQ café joint I’ve been to, so additional pats on the head.


Address: 155 Telok Ayer Street Singapore 068611

Contact: 6221 2639

Opening Hours: 11am to 9pm daily


Credits: Bornga

From a well known, set up chain of grill eateries in Korea, Bornga by Celebrity Chef Jeong Won PAIK opened the Singapore’s absolute first outlet at The Star Vista. At Bornga, you can discover quality meat marinated in Chef Jeong Won’s uncommonly prepared sauces that separates their grilled meat from the standard thing.

You can decide to cook the meat yourselves or approach the staff for help. What was intriguing was their heap of side dishes that went with the BBQ meats. They are likewise amazingly liberal with their vegetables, which is significant since you’ll be eating up so much meat, fiber is important to invigorate that defecation.


Address: Vivocity #02-123/124 Singapore 098585

Contact: 6376 8268

Opening Hours: 11.30am to 10pm

Wang Dae Bak

Credits: Wang Dae Bak Korean BBQ

There’s consistently a group at Wang Dae Bak, attracted by its credible charge succulent charcoal-flame broiled meats, fresh Korean hotcakes, hot rice cakes and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Other quintessential Korean dishes like ginseng chicken soup and bibimbap are accessible as well.

It utilizes genuine charcoal for its BBQ (which adds to its flavor) and just top notch meats are served here. Take your pick from an assortment of marinated and non-marinated meats or you can go for its set menus as well. Different things incorporate kim chi hotcake, ginseng chicken soup, Korean style moment noodle and zesty chicken stew.


Address: 22 Cross St, 98 Amoy St, Singapore 048421

Contact: 8420 3518

Opening Hours: Mon – Sat 11.30am-2.30pm, 5.30pm-10.30pm, Sun Closed


Credits: Hanwoori Korean Restaurant

This comfortable, no nonsense café concealed in Serangoon Garden has a wide assortment of Korean works of art, for example, the hamburger bulgogi, kimchi stew, fish hotcake, jjajangmyeon and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. They additionally offer 10 diverse side dishes with free tops off.

Hanwoori is one such energizing diner here, and it’s a calm foundation that is generally known to the individuals who visit the region, or in case you’re a major enthusiast of Korean food. There are BBQ meat dishes and bibimbap however an absolute necessity attempt is the Kimchi Hotpot. Noon is a decent time to feast here as they serve various $10 nett alternatives at that point, and these things are turned frequently as well. Be that as it may, presumably the most energizing fascination here is the ladyboss, who is a serious character, without a doubt. Fly in and experience her benevolent gab and you’ll certainly be back for additional.


Address: 76 Serangoon Garden Way Singapore 555972

Contact: 8181 7225

Opening Hours: Tues Closed, Mon – Sat 11.30am-2.30pm, 5.30pm-8.30pm, Sun 5pm-8pm

Captain K Seafood Tower

Credits: Captain K Seafood Tower

9 steaming layers of fish and shellfish stacked over a hotpot. As cafes work their way through the pinnacle, the delicious decency of each layer streams downwards, improving the kind of the soup base underneath. Get ala carte dishes like the salt-heated Sri Lanka mudcrabs or cut meat steak to nibble on in the middle of layers.


Address: 112 Middle Road #01-00A Midland House Singapore 188970

Contact: 6255 5744

Opening Hours: 11am-9.30pm daily

Jinjja Chicken

Credits: Jinjja Chicken

The Halal-certified quick easygoing restaurant serves Korean-style singed chicken and road food, made with Asian staples like noodles and rice. Attempt the mark Jinjja Wings, Tteokbokki fries, and for a more beneficial wind, their Tofu Bibimsalad.


Address: 249 Victoria Street Singapore 188034


Opening Hours: 11am-9.30pm

Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory

Credits: Chir Chir Singapore

The Korean Fried Chicken café offers more than 20 varieties of seared and simmered chicken, utilizing just new chicken, never solidified ones.

To guarantee flavor consistency over the entirety of its outlets, every restrictive sauce and marinades are imported from Seoul.

Note they profound dry their chicken just upon request. It will take around 8 – 12 minutes before they are prepared.

A portion of their uncommon features incorporate the Nest Snow which highlights Cajun chicken fingers stacked with liquefied cheddar and whipped cream; and Honey Butter Chicken made with boneless fried chicken blended in with Chir’s restrictive honey butter flavoring and sauce.


Address: 313 Somerset #B3-04/05/06 Singapore 238895

Contact: 6509 8364

Opening Hours: 11am-9.30pm

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

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