Food – Korean


K-Tower – Korean Layered Seafood Tower With Army Stew Steamboat

Another Korean “9 Layer Seafood Tower” restaurant opens in Singapore, this time at 74 Amoy Street. K-Tower, not to be confused with Captain K Seafood Tower at Prinsep Street, is based on a similar layered seafood concept. The restaurant also offers other Korean cuisines such as Ginseng Chicken Soup: ($17.90), Army Stew ($26.90) and Shake Shake Rice Box ($9.90). For those who has yet to try, what happens is fresh seafood is continuously steamed within the ‘tower’, with varieties of seafood stacked up in tiers. Essentially, the seafood would actually be steamed before hand, so you do not have......

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Mukshidonna 먹쉬돈나 - Tasty Tteokbokki In An Army Stew Pot In Seoul, Also At Pasir Ris Singapore

Mukshidonna 먹쉬돈나 – Tasty Tteokbokki In An Army Stew Pot In Seoul, Also At Pasir Ris Singapore

While Mukshidonna is commonly known to serve delicious Budae Jjigae (Army Stew), they have branded themselves as a “Toppoki” restaurant. Their most popular outlet is at Samcheong Dong, near Gyeongbokgung. Note: Even though this review is based on the Mukshidonna 먹쉬돈나 in Myeongdong, I couldn’t find the restaurant...

January 07, 2017
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Kkanbu Chicken 깐부 치킨 - Korean Fried and Roast Chicken In Huge Portions, One Of Seoul's Best Chimaek

Kkanbu Chicken 깐부 치킨 – Korean Fried and Roast Chicken In Huge Portions, One Of Seoul’s Best Chimaek

Other than Kyochon and Bonchon, the other popular Korean fried chicken chain shop you can find in Seoul is Kkanbu Chicken. Set up in 2006, “Kkanbu” means “the same team”, representing a best-friend or comrades relationship customers should have with their brand. The variety at Kkanbu is extensive,...

December 22, 2016
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