The 5 Best Korean BBQ in Singapore
Eat & Drink | March 29, 2016
Korean movies have inspired millions of people in the world to enjoy BBQ in Korean style. Close your eyes and think of the common movie scene in which a man appears in a cold day sitting at a BBQ place alone or with friends holding a glass of soju and enjoying grilling delicious meats in a unique way. It is so appealing that we wish to be in that place once in life.
This kind of movie scene makes Korean BBQ one of the big things in Singapore’s food scene. In a hot and humid country, grilling meats on a hot pan during the meal seems less pleasurable. However, thing works in its own way. No matter how hot it is, Singaporeans have a constant love for Korean BBQ.
Thus, to pass convenience to you, herein we introduce the most recommended Korean BBQ restaurants in Singapore for you to be a character in a Korean movies’ BBQ party.
- Food paradise for meat eaters: Fresh and well-marinated beef, pork and chicken are always full in deep trays for a meat paradise experience. The Ssikkek-style marinated meats reveal true Korean flavors while the non-marinated meats are available for you to jazz them up with your own recipes before letting them be grilled on the pan.
- Wide variety of food: Catching your eyes with an array of dishes at the uncooked and cooked food sections, Ssikkek offers a wide food selection for your BBQ party. You can enjoy bacon, sausages, seafood and side dishes between your meat helpings.
- Reasonably-priced lunch buffet: With $14, we can have a lunch buffet with unlimited helpings of meats (beef, pork and chicken) and an array of cooked items. Salad greens and condiments are also available for you to balance out your meal.
- Cheap prices: At S$20+ per pax, diners can get free flow of meats, seafood, vegetables, cooked foods, fruits and drinks.
- Authentic Korean food: Budget food but good quality. Well-marinated and fresh vegetables complement each other to bring you the true Korean’s flavors.
- Dong Chi Mi Gook Su: Nothing is more refreshing than a bowl of Dong Chi Mi Gook Su in a treat of grilled meats. Basically, Dong Chi Mi Gook Su is somen noodles served in water kimchi. Its clean, fresh and slightly sweet taste will make you refresh and ready for the next helpings of meats.
- Bibimbap lunch buffet: The Corner Place offers lunch bibimbap buffet at the price of $8.80 ++. Including rice, cooked meats (pork, chicken and beef), mushroom, raw lettuce, seaweed soup and various ban chan dishes like fried glass noodles, prawn crackers, cubed radish kimchi, kimchi, beanstrips and bean sprouts. All makes up a delicious bibimbap bowl which is worth the paying price.
- The power of bulgogi: Meat, especially bulgogi, is the main draw of Blue Garden. Available in three types, bulgogi at Blue Garden is something to die for. Besides bulgogi, non-marinated meats such as Pork Collar, Beef Belly and Pork Belly are also worth a try as they are so fresh, sweet and tender.
- Wide selection of side dishes: There is a good selection of side dishes to whet your appetite and to refresh your taste buds between meat helpings. Banchan fans may take pleasure in tasting featured items like spicy rice cakes, kimchi pancakes, kimchi fried rice, fried chicken wings, cold salad, Korean ginseng chicken soup, seaweed soup, abalone porridge and kimchi.
- A two-in-one party: Seoul Garden is where BBQ and steamboat come together. The girll plate is designed to have steamboat section in the middle of its. So diners can enjoy both grilling the meats on hot pan and putting fresh ingredients into the hotpot for a satisfying two-in-one experience.
- Student meal: Promotion is available for students from Monday to Friday at only $14.99. So students have chances to enjoy free flow Korean food at affordable prices on weekdays from 11:30 to 15:59.
- Halal-certified foods: Seoul Garden with its Halal-certified foods brings Korean flavors to every gastronomic adventurers.
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