Food – Korean


Come N Joy - Lemon Cheese Korean Fried Chicken At Millenia Walk

This under-the-radar Korean restaurant is where you can go to satisfying cravings of “Chimaek” – Korean Fried Chicken with beer. Other than the Original Fried Chicken ($18, $36), you can look out for big portions of Soy Garlic Chicken ($20, $38), Seasoned Chilli Chicken ($20, $38), and Spicy BBQ Sauce Chicken ($20, $38). Something unique to Come N Joy is the Lemon Cheese Chicken ($20, $38), created by the owner Michelle Lee. This dish sees deep-fried chicken tossed with lemon sauce, then topped over with melted cheese, creating a creamy meets tangy outer coating. You can also expect other......

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Nunsongyee – Thai Milk Tea Bingsu Exclusive To Hougang Midtown, Also With Cheese And Honey Injeolmi Toast

Nunsongyee – Thai Milk Tea Bingsu Exclusive To Hougang Midtown, Also With Cheese And Honey Injeolmi Toast

When we talk about Korean Bingsu in Singapore, the frontrunner should be Nunsongyee. It went from a small outlet two years ago, to branches in Bugis, Tanjong Katong, Century Square, Upper Thomson and Bukit Timah now. Few know that the Korean dessert café has just opened an outlet at...

July 30, 2017
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Kimchi Korean Restaurant – NEW Menu of Korean Cheesy Pizza, Snow Honey Butter Chicken, Rice Cake Stew

Kimchi Korean Restaurant – NEW Menu of Korean Cheesy Pizza, Snow Honey Butter Chicken, Rice Cake Stew

Korean Pepperoni Kurobuta Pizza, Snow Honey Butter Chicken Bumbuk, Cheese Rice Cake Stew… Kimchi Korean Restaurant has gotten more adventurous with their new revamped menu. (Click PLAY for video highlights of Kimchi Korean Restaurant’s new menu.) Located at the Suntec City Convention Mall side (above H&M and Uniqlo), this...

June 15, 2017
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Dookki Singapore 두끼 - 1st Korean Tteokbokki Buffet At Suntec City, Only $18.80

Dookki Singapore 두끼 – 1st Korean Tteokbokki Buffet At Suntec City, Only $18.80

Daebak! A Korean tteokbokki (rice cakes) buffet at only $18.80? I couldn’t contain my excitement and immediately jio-ed my K-Pop/ K-drama/ K fanatics (K whatever) chingu down! Also because they had nothing to look forward to after Goblins ended. Pali-Pali! ”Dookki”, which means ‘Two meals’ in Korean, originated from...

April 21, 2017
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