Three Meals A Day is a popular Korean reality cooking show, and also the name of an under-the-radar Korean restaurant at Chun Tin Road (5 minutes walk from Beauty World).
The Korean family restaurant may not have much social media presence, but was almost full-house during a weekday dinner. The customer base looked like Korean business people after work, and families who stay in the Bukit Timah vicinity.
Portions seem generous, and prices pocket-friendly when compared to some other more known Korean establishments.
On its menu include Naengmyeon ($16 spicy noodles), Kimchi Jjigae ($10 kimchi stew pot), Dolsot Bibimbap ($12 hot stone rice), Beef Bulgogi Hot Plate ($12), Japchae ($15 stir-fried glass noodles), Samgyetang ($22 ginseng chicken soup) and interesting Korean style Sashimi ($50 for halibut from Jeju Island).
This was one of those occasions when I just walked in without research or planning, and thus didn’t order much. But those I had, were hearty and tasted authentic Korean.
The Korean Fried Chicken ($20) was not the typical crispy style though, lightly battered and could do with more marination though.
However, this was one of the uncommon cases where the drumstick stayed steaming hot, even after it was eaten till the bones.
Sorry I know this looks gross, but just wanted to show a point.
Three Meals A Day 삼시세끼
12 Chun Tin Road Singapore 599599
Tel: +65 6463 2346
Opening Hours: 12 – 3:30pm, 6pm – 11pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon