Watching your K-drama and missing some Korean Fried Chicken, Sundubu Jjigae and Kimchi Pancake?

With Singapore’s “Phase 2” (heightened alert) on-going, you can have your favourite K-food (and more) delivered to the comfort of your home with FREE delivery, with a minimum order of $40 from selected outlets. (Also read: 12 Chinese & Hotpot Restaurants With Easy Food Deliveries)

And if you need to have some Halal Korean food to your door step, also available are dishes of Soy Beef Rib Stew, Tteokgalbi, Cheese Egg Rolls, Kimchi Fried Rice, and Squid & Leek Pancake. Daebak!

For convenient takeaways, you can also pre-order from these popular eateries online or via Capita3Eats.

Here are 10 of the well-loved Korean food outlets and recommended dishes to order:

Funan B1-31
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If you are craving for comfort, Ajumma’s is the place to go to for casual Korean dining in Singapore.

Walk pass their restaurant at Funan basement and you would often find a long line waiting to get in. Alternatively, you can always pre-order takeaways for that added convenience.

Offering authentic Korean fare at value-for-money price points, Ajumma’s (meaning “auntie” in Korean) has something to warm your heart and your tummy, like a hot bowl of kimchi broth.

But that is not all. They have got the staples like classic Korean street food, different cuts of meats, rice and noodle dishes, stews, and meal bundles that won’t hurt your wallet.

Feeling Hungry?
Ajumma’s Best Seller Bundle ($30, available exclusive via Capita3Eats) is highly recommended. Good for 2 persons, this set features their signature Prime Beef Kalbi, Kimchi Fried Rice with Prawns, and Fluffy Steamed Egg.

Only USDA Prime Beef is used, marinated in an in-house secret sauce and grilled till smoky. Expect quality tender and succulent bone-less rib meat on your plate. Served with a stir-fried Kimchi Fried Rice fried with prawns and topped with roasted perilla seaweed.

A bowl of fluffy steamed egg completes the set. This side dish is simple yet feels luscious with its creamy texture and a light clean broth flavour, punctuated with a whiff of sesame oil.

Get the Kimchi Fried Rice
The Kimchi Fried Rice is also available ala carte ($12.90) prepared with kimchi (the main star), shrimps, assorted herbs, and roasted Korean seaweed.

Served with a topping of fried egg with runny yolk, best to break and mix into your rice for an added silkiness.

Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory
Bugis Junction 02-50
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Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory is one of South Korea’s largest chain of restaurants with more than 100 stores there; and one of Singapore’s most popular places to satisfy your cravings for Korean Fried Chicken dishes.

Do you know that it is pronounced as “chi-ruh chi-ruh”? This brand is playfully named after the bubbling sound that hot oil makes once chicken is dropped into the deep-fryer.

All items on the menu are made to order, ensuring diners are served with the freshest food.

Feeling Hungry?
The Korean Fried Chicken restaurant offers over 20 variations of fried and roasted chicken, using only fresh chicken, never frozen ones.

There are Crispy Fried Chicken, Spicy Chicken, Garlicky Soy Chicken, Garlic Roasted Chicken Rosemary Roasted Chicken, Spicy BBQ Roasted Chicken, Honey Butter Chicken, Kkan Pung King, and Nacho Chicken.

Pair them up with sides of Chir Cheese Fries ($10.40), Spicy Tteokbokki ($16.70) and Mango Salad ($13.50).

Order the Crispy Fried Chicken and Spicy Chicken
Every fried chicken is unique and Chir Chir’s house seasoning makes the Crispy Fried Chicken ($17.70 for half, $28.20 for whole) taste like no other.

For 6 hours the fresh chicken is marinated in a special blend, then battered and deep-fried until it is worthy to be called Crispy Fried Chicken. The meat remains succulent and flavourful not only on the skin, but all the way to the bone.

If not, get the Spicy Chicken ($18.80 for half, $30.50 for whole) slathered with a sticky spicy chilli sauce with a hint of sweetness, then topped with nutty almond flakes.

dal.komm COFFEE
Funan 03-17
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This South Korean coffee chain has catapulted its popularity globally, thanks to appearances in hit K-Dramas like Goblin, Mr. Sunshine, and Descendants of the Sun.

Beans at this trendy coffee go-to spot are all exclusively-sourced Arabica bean blends, categorised into K1, K2, K3 and K4. Each blend carries its own character and a unique taste and aroma profile.

Feeling Hungry?
Get the Set C ($45, good for 3 pax) composed of 1 Ramyun, 1 Pizza, and 1 Cruffin.

You get 2 options for Ramyun: Ssamjang Chicken Shin Ramyun or the meatless Shiitake Mushroom Samyang Ramyun.

Pair your Ramyun of choice with a crisp thin-crust pizza, topped with either spicy chunks of Ssamjang Chicken, Shiitake mushrooms, or kimchi+cheese. Complete the set with your favourite Cruffin.

Order the Set A with Caffe Latte, Cold Honey Grapefruit, Sunny Cruffin
For solo diners, Set A is just right, which comes with 1 Sunny Cruffin, 1 Cold Honey Grapefruit, and 1 cup of hot Caffe Latte.

Enjoy a toasty crisp croissant as a muffin sandwich, filled with sunny-side up egg, premium turkey ham and melted cheese. A hint of sweetness comes from dal.komm’s special blend of Korean honey.

Your savoury Cruffin goes well with an ice-cold cup of Honey Grapefruit, a healthy fresh grapefruit juice sweetened with a kiss of honey.

Hanok by Masizzim
Westgate 01-07

“Masizzim” which is an amalgamation of the Korean words ‘masi’ (delicious) and ‘jjim’ (stew), specialises in saucy meaty stews such as Soy Beef Rib Stew, Spicy Beef Rib Stew, and Spicy Chicken Stew; do-it-yourself rice balls; and other Korean side dishes.

Hanok is the Halal-certified spin-off brand by Masizzim, serving up the same well-loved stews and traditional Korean side dishes – with no pork or lard.

Other menu highlights also include Spicy Stir-fried Beef ($16.60), Kimchi Fried Rice ($9.20) and Squid & Leek Pancake ($15.50).

Feeling Hungry?
The stews such as the Signature Soy Beef Rib Stew ($19.70), Spicy Beef Rib Stew ($19.70), Spicy Chicken Stew ($16.80) are available in individual or double-sized sharing portions.

They are slow-cooked until fork-tender with its own proprietary secret-recipe sauce.

Choose between the non-spicy soy flavour or the spicy base made with gochujang (red pepper paste) for some tongue-tingling heat.

Order the Honey Mustard Cheese Egg Roll
The Honey Mustard Cheese Egg Roll ($10.30), which looked simple and homely, oozed with stretchy mozzarella and cheddar brightened with sweet-zingy honey mustard. Also available is a Tuna Seaweed Egg Roll ($11.30).

Hongdae Oppa
Plaza Singapura B2-47
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Hongdae Oppa is urban K-food restaurant located at the basement of Plaza Singapura.

At this fun and colourful place, sizzling Bokkeumbaps (Korean fried rice on hot plate), Korean Fried Chicken paired with special sauces, Hot Stone Jjigae, Tteokbokki, and Ramyeon take centre stage.

There are also other Korean street food offerings inspired by the founder’s extensive visits to the Hongdae Food Street and Night Market in Korea

Feeling Hungry?
If you are keen for a Sharing Bundle, there are the Comfort Set ($24.90 for 2-3 pax) with Fried Chix Rice Box, Jjigae, and Spam x Fries; or Chix Kraze Set ($28.70 for 3-4 pax) with 6 pieces Oppa Chix, Tteokbokki, and Chix Skin with honey mustard dipping sauce.

For a family or group who want a more fulling meal, go for the All-In Feast Set ($49.50 for 4-5 pax, U.P. $57.50), which includes 3pc Oppa Chix (Gochujang, Soy Garlic, Spicy or Original); Jjigae (Pork Kimchi, Tofu Clam or Beef Bean Paste); Ramyeon (Oppa Ramyeon or Bean Paste Ramyeon); Tteokbokki (Messy Oppa or Tteok Carbonara); and Spam x Fries with garlic mayo dipping sauce.

Order the Oppa Chix
Hongdae Oppa’s Chix ($10.90 for 3 pieces, $18.90 for 6pc, $29.90 for 10pc) features 100% fresh chicken, with each part marinated for 12 hours for maximum flavour, then deep-fried till crunchy.

In terms of flavours, there are choices of Original, Spicy, Gochujang or Soy Garlic flavours. The Gochujang is the top-selling favourite which balances savoury, sweet and spicy for that extra slight kick.

Going for something saucy yet without the heat? Then the Soy Garlic with a sweetish-glaze of house-made soy sauce then sprinkled with fried garlic should satisfy.

[Temporary unavailable] Hyang-To-Gol
Raffles City Shopping Centre B1-74
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Bring the taste of Korea to your meal through a much-celebrated Korean BBQ experience at Hyang-To-Gol. Savour authentic Korean dishes like Bibimbap, Japchae, Ginseng Chicken Soup, and Fresh Kimchi.

Here they use the freshest premium cuts of beef with remarkable marbling.

Feeling Hungry?
Why not go for the platter of meats, either pork or beef, served ready for barbecuing. Each order of pork (sliced pork belly, marinated pork, or seasoned pork belly) and beef (marinated beef with veggies, or seasoned beef ribs) comes with banchan aka side dishes.

Order the Bibimbap and Haemool Soondoboo Jjigae
This classic Korean rice dish, Bibimbap ($17.38), is prepared with your choice of meat and mixed veggies. Complement it with soup and some banchan for a full meal.

If you want the comfort of hot soup, try their Haemool Soondoboo Jjigae ($17.16), a stew made with soft beancurd and assorted seafood. Served accompanied with rice and the banchan.

Nunsaram Korean Dessert Cafe
Westgate 04-37
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Nunsaram is one of the forerunners in Singapore when it comes to Korean Bingsu, the famous icy Korean dessert.

Explore all 9 variants of this cool sweet treat, including the classic flavour of Injeolmi Bingsu made with Korean rice cake, some fruity and choco flavours, and even locally adapted ones like Milo Bingsu.

For the health-food lovers, there is even an Acai Fruit Bingsu.

Feeling Hungry?
Treat yourself with the best-selling Injeolmi Bingsu ($14.90 for large), featuring chewy pieces of Korean rice cake. What makes this dessert distinct is the soya bean powder generously topped over the ice, coating it to seclusion.

Order the Kimbap
If there is space, order a roll of Kimbap. The Original Kimbap ($9.90) features chicken ham, burdock, yellow pickled radish, cucumber, carrot and egg. Also try variants with beef bulgogi, tuna-kimchi, tuna-mayo, crab-mayo, cream cheese, and fried shrimp.

For Tteokbokki lovers, the filling stir-fried rice cakes are available in Original, Special, with Cheese, with Bulgogi, or very Spicy.

Paris Baguette Café
Bugis Junction B1-24-25
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This French-inspired boulangerie is one of South Korea’s most famous bakeries. Named after the city of love, Paris Baguette Café offers premium baked goods any foodie with love and crave for.

What makes this café special is the touch of Asian incorporated into the concept. From their fresh-baked breads to their tempting cakes and pastries, Asian flavours are weaved in. Even their salads and sandwiches is a blend of Western and Eastern elements.

Feeling Hungry?
Simplify and get a Combo Deal – Meal for One (from $16.90) or Meal for Two (from $32.90) . This set includes a main dish, mushroom soup and drink (Americano or Tea of the Day).

Or bump it up a notch by upgrading your beverage to Cold Pressed Juice.

Featured main dishes include rice (Asian Beef Bulgogi Rice or Super Spicy Korean Chicken Rice) but you can also get the Avocado Chicken Cobb Salad or Smoked Salmon & Avocado Baguette Sandwich if you want to vary your carbs.

Order the Sweet Cake Box
Still under Combo Deals, the Sweet Cake Box ($25) is the ideal dessert sampler showcasing 4 slices of cake in one box.

Sweet tooths can indulge in the mix of fruity and chocolatey cakes, like the recommended Strawberry Mascarpone Cake, Fresh Strawberry Yogurt Cake, Amarena Chocolate Short Cake, and Sliced Double Choco Fudge Cake.

Plaza Singapura
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SEORAE’s bundle sets includes a tantalising spread of items such as barbecued meats of Galmaegisal (original, spicy or garlic), Korean Pancake (Haemul Jeon or Kimchi Pajeon), Sundubu Jjigae, Kkochi Platter (mixed, beef or pork), with FREE Korean side banchan.

While many others use electric-grill plates for their meats, Seorae preserves the original taste of Korean BBQ with the use of quality charcoal for the grilling.

Order the Galmaegisal, US Pork Skirt ($21.90 for 170g)
There are many types of meats used for Korean BBQ, but one type stands out from the rest: Galmaegisal.

Galmaegisal is a premium meat cut found between the ribs and the belly of the pig, an extension of the sirloin.

In meat parlance, it is known as a pork skirt or skirt meat, or the “wagyu of pork”. You get the idea. It has that perfect lean meat to fat ratio, making it a superiorly tender and juicy meat for grilling.

Weighing only 250g in every full-grown pig, it is once said this special and rare meat cut is reserved only for the Korean royalty of the past.

Seorae is one of the first Korean restaurants in Singapore that offer the signature Korean galmaegisal. The meats are carefully marinated and massaged to elevate the prized meat’s texture and taste.

While it may not taste the same as when you freshly barbecue it there and then, you can still taste the richness in flavour and characteristics of Wagyu from this Korean Galmaegisal.

Available in original, spicy and garlic flavours.

Seoul Garden HotPot
IMM and Bedok Mall
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An off-shoot from the popular Korean BBQ restaurant chain, Halal-certified Seoul Garden HotPot offers an array of Korean dishes in the likes of Bibimbaps, HotPot and Jjiage Sets.

All at affordable pricing.

Start with a comforting warm hotpot of Kimchi Beef, Kimchi Braised Beef, or Kimchi Chicken – best for the cooler weather days.

If you are a fan of the Army Stew aka Budae Jjigae, be glad to know that there is a range of personal portions good for the individual, with options of beef, chicken or even salmon toppings.

Accompany the soups with all-time favourite of hot Bibimbap, which comes with mixed brown rice topped with beef bulgogi, chicken bulgogi, dak twigim with cheese sauce. Give it a good mix with their house-made gochuchang, and you are all ready to savour.

Order the Korean Family Set A ($58.85)
If you want to make your orders for the family, get the Korean family Set A good for 4 pax.

The hearty combo includes Chicken Bulgogi Bap, Beef Bulgogi Bap, Seafood Kimchi Hotpot, Beef Kimchi Hotpot, Mixed Brown Rice, Korean Pancake, Mandu (Korean dumpings), and Canned Drinks.

Quite a lot of food for what you are paying, therefore a pretty-good deal.

Tokyo Sundubu
Raffles City Shopping Centre B1-16
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Despite its name, Tokyo Sundubu is known to specialise in spicy Korean Beancurd Stew. Here you can try their renditions of stew cooked with different soup bases. You can customise your own stew with different ingredient, including how hot or not you want it. Choose the level of spiciness you can handle.

Aside from its specialty sundubu, it also offers cold side dishes, chijimi (pancakes), and bento boxes.

Feeling Hungry?
Choose a meaty bento like the Angus Beef Yakiniku Bento ($20.50) and satisfy your umami cravings with a mix of beef, fried egg, rice and mini salad. If you prefer a lighter seafood, get the Spicy Shrimp Bento ($14.50).

Order the Sundubu such as Miso Butter Sundubu
You can’t miss Tokyo Sundubu’s original soup bases. These soup stocks are made from chicken, seafood and veggies and carry a rich, deep flavour. Gochujang (red pepper paste) is used as a special flavouring and makes it very Korean.

Pick either the “salt and ginger” or the “miso” soup base, then decide your level of spiciness. But if you prefer none at all, they have a non-spicy Korean beancurd stew available for you.

If you like something with a touch of Japanese, available are Asari Clam Sundubu ($16.50), Japanese Oyster Sundubu ($30.50), Shrimp Sundubu ($24.50), Japanese Curry Sundubu ($17.50), to one of the best-selling Hokkaido-style Miso Butter Sundubu.

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