Famous korean bbq in singapore: 15 Best Korean BBQ Restaurants in Singapore


15 Best Korean BBQ Restaurants in Singapore

I’m constantly searching for authentic restaurants to satisfy my Korean food cravings. I love classic bibimbap as well as spicy and cheesy tteokbokki, but nothing beats a decent Korean BBQ.

Fellow Korean food lovers, don’t let Phase 2 dining restrictions keep you from digging into succulent grilled meats with friends. While keeping in mind that only a maximum of five diners is allowed per table, here’s a list of 15 Korean BBQ restaurants in Singapore where you can get your KBBQ fix. We’ve also included a small note of what to expect from your favourite Korean BBQ joint, now that buffet setups aren’t allowed during Phase 2.

Ask any fan of Korean BBQ in Singapore about their favourite joint and you’re likely to hear Super Star K.

This restaurant reminds me of those ajumma–operated joints located along the alleyways in downtown Seoul, especially those in Myeongdong; you’ll just eat and leave, smelling of charred meat bits.

Meats here come in pretty decent quality cuts (no fancy stuff though) like Seasoned Beef Ribs (S$36) and Pork Belly (S$19), and they are also quite reasonably priced.

If you aren’t a heavy eater, Super Star K is a better alternative compared to the all-you-can-eat buffets. Servers also help to grill the meats while the individual table vents reduce smoke from the grills.

Phase 2 Dining-in Considerations: Business resumes for this popular Korean BBQ joint, with menu items beings delivered straight to your table. However, they also have a delivery menu, which started since the ‘Circuit Breaker’ period, which you can find more information about here.

Super Star K: 75 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088496 | Tel: +65 6224 0504 | Opening Hours: 2pm – 3am (Daily) | Other Outlets | Facebook | Website

2. I’m KIM Korean BBQ


Located at SOTA (School Of The Arts), this no-frills I’m Kim Korean BBQ joint offers an affordable buffet selection—the signature volcano chicken is a must-try, along with the multitude of other meats.

Lost? Just keep an eye out for the cheery caricature resembling Winter Sonata’s legendary actor, Bae Yong Joon.

Buffet lunch prices start from S$14.90++ (weekdays) and S$24.90++ (weekends), while dinner ranges from S$24.90++ (weekdays) to S$25.90++ (weekends).

Reservations are recommended as this place is popular for its crazy buffet prices, plus the influx of hungry students after a long day at school.

Phase 2 Dining-in Considerations: As this Korean BBQ place is constantly packed, it’s wise to book ahead of time. It’s also one of the more wallet-friendly places for a Korean BBQ meal with friends. In place of their buffet line, they’re tweaking their service to table service, where you’ll be able to place your order with their servers.

I’m Kim Korean BBQ: 1 Zubir Said Drive, School of The Arts, #01-04, Singapore 227968 | Tel: +65 6238 7218 | Opening Hours: 11.30am – 3.30pm & 5.30pm – 10.30pm (Daily) | Facebook | Instagram | Website

Although Nanta Korean BBQ positions itself as an eatery delivering a modern Korean culinary experience, the traditional elements of a Korean meat BBQ still exist.

Compared to other joints, there is a significantly larger number of Korean expatriate patrons who dine here, which means it’s bound to be authentic.

A must-try is the popular Cheese Deng-galbi (S$59) set which comes with spicy pork spare ribs and melted mozzarella cheese on a sizzling hot plate.

Don’t worry, you can also adjust your spicy level from BBQ Mild to Spicy or Hot Spicy. It’s all the rage in Seoul, and you won’t be disappointed.

Phase 2 Dining-in Considerations: Nanta Korean BBQ serves BBQ sets with a minimum of two portions per order, which will be served to diners at their table.

Nanta Korean BBQ: 175 Thomson Road, #01-175 /01-177, Singapore 307624 | Tel: +65 6258 1391 | Opening Hours: 11.30am – 3pm & 5.30pm – 11pm (Daily) | Facebook

This is another Korean joint which offers a good value buffet at S$14.90++ for lunch and S$24.90++ for dinner. Opened by the same Korean owner of Nanta BBQ, K.Cook has a good open-air ambience (not the usual cramped ghetto sort).

If you dread the burnt stench after every BBQ session, do request to be seated outdoors. With only a basic selection of BBQ meats and Korean dishes, one can’t complain given the price point and convenient location.

Phase 2 Dining-in Considerations: While K.Cook Korean BBQ Buffet is now open again for dining-in, they’ve also established a take-away menu for those who still prefer to dine in the comfort of home. For those who want to dine-in at their restaurant, can certainly do so, but do take note that the buffet line will be replaced by table service during Phase 2.

K.Cook Korean BBQ Buffet: 181 Orchard Road, Orchard Central, #07-01, Singapore 238896 | Tel: +65 6884 7282 | Opening Hours: 11.30am – 3pm & 4pm – 10pm (Daily) | Facebook

Ssikkek Korean BBQ is a meat-lover’s dream come true—there’s so much meat available! The buffet is extremely popular at just S$22++ per adult.

The Tanjong Pagar outlet tends to have long queues and reservations are recommended. Otherwise, do check out the Novena outlet (which is also unfortunately equally crowded). Eating time is limited to two hours per table when you place a booking.

Be prepared to leave smelling like someone stuffed some BBQ pork belly down your shirt but hey, Febreeze is conveniently located by the exit for a spritz.

Phase 2 Dining-in Considerations: Ssikkek Korean BBQ has come up with a buffet menu as a solution to the disallowance of buffet line set-ups in restaurants during this phase. However, that only means better service for diners, as they minimise close proximity with other diners and you don’t have to spend time queuing to pile your plate with ingredients!

Ssikkek Korean BBQ: 101 Thomson Road, #B1-15, Singapore 307591 | Tel: +65 6225 6964 | Opening Hours: 11.30am – 2.30pm & 5pm – 10.30pm (Mon to Fri), 11.30am – 10.30pm (Sat & Sun) | Facebook

6. 2D1N Soju Bang

Many people confuse 2D1N Soju Bang with Ssikkek, but 2D1N Soju Bang is the sister restaurant of Ssikkek located just downstairs (they have the same owner).

2D1N Soju Bang, however, offers an a la carte Korean BBQ selection instead of the usual buffet option, along with other Korean dishes like Stir-fried Ocellated Octopus ($28) and Seafood & Chives Pancake ($20). 


Hey, who doesn’t love options right?

Phase 2 Dining-in Considerations: Since October 2019, 2D1N Soju Bang has implemented a BBQ Buffet Menu that allows diners to order while still at their table. This menu seems to still be rotation according to their Facebook page, and the best part? It’s only S$25++ per person on weekdays and S$27++ per person on weekends!

2D1N Soju Bang: 44-46 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088465 | Tel: +65 6227 6033 | Opening Hours: 11.30am – 2.30pm & 5pm – 3am (Daily) | Facebook

7. Chang Korean BBQ Restaurant

One of the more pricey Korean BBQ joints in town but with really awesome premium cuts like Wagyu Ribeye (S$52) and Kurobuta Belly (S$37), Chang Korean BBQ Restaurant has since relocated to Loewen Road.

The meats have beautiful marbling and the charcoal grill gives them a delectable smoky taste. If you love good service, this is the place where the staff proactively do all the cooking for you. So all you have to do is eat till you drop.

Phase 2 Dining-in Considerations: You can now enjoy the premium cuts of juicy meat that Chang Korean BBQ Restaurant consistently offers by ordering their takeaway and delivery menu. Otherwise, gather your family or friends of up to a maximum of five people and dine-in at their restaurant with table service.

Chang Korean BBQ Restaurant: 71 Loewen Road, #01-01, Singapore 248847 | Tel: +65 6473 9005 | Opening Hours: 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 10pm (Sun to Thu), 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 10.30pm (Fri & Sat) | Facebook | Website


8. Kim’s Family Food

Kim’s Family Food offers a rather authentic Korean BBQ experience with its extensive menu. Although the menu selection is pretty big, they also offer BBQ sets so you don’t have to pull out your hair thinking of what to order.


Do opt for the Meat Platter Set (S$40) which comes with beef short ribs, marinated pork collar and belly if you are going for the BBQ as it’s sufficient to feed two hungry adults. The family-style restaurant also offers other dishes like a comforting bowl of oxtail stew and good ol’ spicy kimchi pancakes.

Phase 2 Dining-in Considerations: You’ll still be able to enjoy the soothing grilling sounds of tender meats at this neighbourhood Korean restaurant in Bukit Timah. The menu retains its table service ordering, but just remember, only five people per table!

Kim’s Family Food: 17 Lorong Kilat, Kilat Court, #01-06, Singapore 598139 | Tel: +65 6774 4643 | Opening Hours: 12pm – 2.3op0 & 5pm – 10pm (Daily) | Facebook

9. Eight Korean BBQ

An American-concept Korean BBQ, Eight Korean BBQ is famed for their 8 Colours Set (S$98), which features eight differently flavoured Kurobuta pork belly pieces in flavours like curry, miso, garlic and wine.

This set feeds about four people and also includes free banchan (appetisers). With a range of choices like Japanese Wagyu and Argentinian Grass-fed beef, cosy broths and fresh seafood, Eight Korean BBQ is more of a contemporary choice at Clarke Quay.

Phase 2 Dining-in Considerations: Apart from their well-loved BBQ, they now also have delivery options for you to enjoy right at home. If not, enjoy their table service where you can order and they’ll serve and grill the meats for you as well! Do take note, though, they have also imposed a two-hour time limit for dining-in.

Eight Korean BBQ: 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, The Central, #02-79/90, Singapore 059817 | Tel: +65 8692 1188 | Opening Hours: 11.30am – 2.30pm & 5.30pm – 10.30pm (Mon to Fri), 11.30am – 10.30pm (Sat & Sun) | Facebook | Website

10. Guiga Korean BBQ Restaurant

The BBQ meats at Guiga Korean BBQ Restaurant promise to satisfy even the most begrudging customer. To top things off, the restaurant’s interior is nicely decorated complete with fairy lights, making it really inviting with a very Korean feel.

The ventilation is not the best, so do expect to leave smelling smoky!

The staff help to barbecue your meats to perfection which is fantastic for lazy folks out there. I definitely recommend the Barbecued Beef (S$30), Spicy Beef Soup (S$15) and Kimchi Pancake (S$18). From experience, their dishes never lack in flavour and the meats are always well-marinated.

Phase 2 Dining-in Considerations: Since the start of the ‘Circuit Breaker’ period, Guiga Korean BBQ Restaurant introduced a takeaway/delivery menu that even includes BBQ sets from just S$55! Dining-in has also resumed, with table service available for diners’ comfort and safety.

Guiga Korean BBQ Restaurant: 134 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088538 | Tel: +65 6221 3001 | Opening Hours: 11am – 3pm & 5pm – 12am (Mon to Thu), 11am – 3pm & 5pm – 2am (Fri), 11am – 2am (Sat), 11am – 12am (Sun) | Facebook


11. Hansik Korean Restaurant

Hansik Korean Restaurant is an immensely popular restaurant at Heartland Mall and it serves both BBQ and other Korean dishes on a family-style menu. If you do choose to head there, be warned that there will be throngs of people queuing outside.

The must-tries at this restaurant include the Boneless Beef Rib (S$38/100g), Green Tea Pork Belly (S$23/200g) and Ginseng Chicken Soup (S$23). The Green Tea Pork Belly was indeed unique and would make for a delicious twist to your usual Korean BBQ experience.

Phase 2 Dining-in Considerations: This heartland Korean BBQ restaurant is certainly a hit with the neighbourhood, and is now able to seat families and friends of up to five persons per table. Like many other Korean BBQ restaurants in this list so far, they also provide table service for this period.

However, if you have more than five members living at home and still want to enjoy their appetising spread, they are available for delivery on Grabfood!

Hansik Korean Restaurant: 205 Hougang Street 21, Heartland Mall-Kovan, #02-00, Singapore 530205 | Tel: +65 6288 2448 | Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm (Daily) | Facebook

12. Chowon Garden

Situated a stone’s throw away from Tanjong Pagar’s ‘Korean Town’, Chowon Garden offers its customers a more tranquil setting for them to enjoy their BBQ meats and sojus.

This BBQ restaurant is especially known for its gopchang (pig intestines) but apart from the brilliant BBQ meats, it also offers several favourites like Kimchi Fried Rice (S$13) which comes topped with a sunny-side up peppered with toasted sesame seeds.

Phase 2 Dining-in Considerations: Although Chowon Garden is open for dine-in, they have certainly jumped on the delivery/takeway bandwagon and are offering a wide selection of scrumptious traditional Korean fare. Their Pork BBQ Set is only S$100 and there’s even a 20% off the bill for takeaway orders.

Chowon Garden: 2 Peck Seah Street, Singapore 079305 | Tel: +65 6225 1317 | Opening Hours: 11.30am – 2.30pm & 5.30pm – 10pm (Mon to Sat), 5.30pm – 10pm (Sun) | Facebook

13. Wang Dae Bak Korean BBQ


Dinnertime is prime time at Wang Dae Bak Korean BBQ on Amoy Street, so it would be good to make a reservation before you head over! Apart from the cosy interior and helpful staff, the barbecued meats also deserve a mention.

The Marinated Pork Shoulder Loin (S$18) and Marinated Prime Rib (S$28) alike were chewy and very juicy. The barbecued meats owed much of their flavour to the strong burning charcoal, which was allowed us to cook them to the perfect doneness.

Phase 2 Dine-in Considerations: As one of the most popular Korean BBQ places in Singapore, they are welcoming back the crowd for dine-in with a 15% discount off their Charcoal BBQ Lunch (with table service, of course). But to cater to every one of their fans, they have also set up a delivery service, which includes BBQ Meat Kits (from S$48) with uncooked ingredients so you can cook their marinated meats as you like at home!

Wang Dae Bak Korean BBQ: 98 Amoy Street, Singapore 069918 | Tel: +65 6226 0450 | Opening Hours: 10.30am – 2.30pm & 5.30pm – 10.30pm (Daily) | Facebook | Website

14. Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ


Many may not know this, but Seorae Galmaegi was established in South Korea in April 2007 and started as the leading brand for pork skirt meat. Later in December 2015, they opened their first barbecue outlet in Plaza Singapura.

Fast-forward to today, and Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ is known locally for its high-grade cuts of meat and a wide variety of a la carte dishes, from stews to single-portioned Korean meal sets.


They’re notably famous for their signature Galmaegisal (S$24.90), US pork skirt meat marinated with authentic Korean spices, as well as La Galbi (S$29.90), US prime beef short-ribs cut across the bones. It’s marinated overnight and grilled till well-done and has even been featured on CNN’s ‘Top 50 World Most Delicious Food’!

Phase 2 Dining-in Considerations: As the restaurant is now open for dine-in, they are serving diners with table service. However, do take note that they have temporarily suspended their reservations and only accept walk-ins during this period. But what is more appealing is that anyone can enjoy the same premium meats delivered straight to their homes.

They have Bundle Deals (from S$48) as well as their Char-grilled Meat selection (from S$15.90), which come to you raw. The meats also come with free banchan (kimchi, potato, and salad), and Gochujang dipping sauce.

Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ: 68 Orchard Road, Plaza Singapura, #02-01, Singapore 238839 | Tel: +65 9181 2709​ | Opening Hours: 11.30am – 10pm (Sun to Thu), 11.30am – 11pm (Fri & Sat) | Facebook | Instagram | Website

15. Ju Shin Jung Korean Restaurant


The spacious dining area of Ju Shin Jing Korean Restaurant makes it very popular with big crowds and for groups that are celebrating birthdays. As such, their menu caters to larger groups, with BBQ Sets starting from S$130++.

These sets are customisable, as in diners can choose from a variety of accompanying soups and side dish, and it even comes with one bottle of Korean rice wine per set!

Alternatively, you can order a la carte meat—both raw and marinated—so everyone at the table can get what they’re craving for. Be sure to complement the meal with their tantalising range of sides such as Pajeon (Seafood and Spring Onion Korean Pancake) (S$20) and Topokki (Stir-fried Rice Cake With Seafood) (S$25).

Phase 2 Dining-in Considerations: Here, you can get the servers to not only serve you at your table, but they’ll graciously grill your meat for you too! If you already have a portable grill at home, you can easily order delivery from Ju Shin Jing Korean Restaurant, with Takeaway Sets starting from S$90 and BBQ Sets from S$138.

Ju Shin Jung Korean Restaurant: 11 Unity Street, Robertson Walk, #01-30, Singapore 237995 | Tel: +65 6235 6787 | Opening Hours: 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 11.30pm (Daily) | Facebook | Website

Now that we’ve provided you with a run-down of some of the best Korean BBQ places in Singapore, why not rally your friends for a fun evening out? Just remember to practice safe-distancing and limit your group to five people, maximum.

If your posse is more than five people, continue supporting these businesses by ordering takeaway or delivery from them!

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Korean BBQ may be a somewhat laborious dining experience that leaves diners with an unpleasant barbecue stench almost all the time. But one has got to admit that the juicy, savoury taste from the barbecued meats make it all worth the work.

Not to forget, there’s always free-flow banchan (Korean side dishes) which always excites the inner kiasu in me! Personally, I find the wait for the meats unbearable, making the banchan more important than ever in satisfying my rumbling stomach temporarily.

Who else is with me on this? If you’re also a KBBQ fan like me, keep reading as we bring to you our top Korean BBQ heavens in Singapore!

1. I’m Kim Korean KBBQ

Type of Information Details
Website https://kingdomfood.sg/im-kim-korean-bbq/
Highlights to Note – Well-known Korean BBQ restaurant with quality meats at affordable prices
– Student-friendly prices and promotions
Address 1 Zubir Said Dr, #01-04 School of The Arts, Singapore 227968
Email (for Enquiry) [email protected]
Contact Number 6238 7218
Operating Hours Weekdays:
11.30am – 4.30pm, 5.30pm – 10.30pm

Weekend/PH: 11.30am – 4.00pm, 4.00pm – 10.30pm

Online Reviews 1,300 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.1 / 5.0 stars)

I’m Kim Korean BBQ is known best for its value-for-money buffet prices, especially for students in Singapore.

Priced affordably between $12.90++ (for students and seniors only) to $24.90++, one can comfortably eat to their heart’s content without worrying about burning a hole in their wallet.

The establishment also has a dining time limit of 90 minutes. This helps to ease the waiting times for diners queuing at the restaurant and minimize chances of diners hogging the tables.

2. Eight Korean BBQ

Type of Information Details
Website https://www.8koreanbbq.com/
Highlights to Note – Eight Colours Set
– Premium cuts of meat
Address 6 Eu Tong Sen St, #02-79/90 The Central, Singapore 059817
Email (for Enquiry) [email protected]
Contact Number 8692 1188
Operating Hours Mon – Sun:
11:30am- 2:30pm, 5:30pm- 10:30pm
Online Reviews 275 Google Reviews (Average rating: 3.9 / 5.0 stars)

Eight Korean BBQ is one of the popular KBBQ joints in Singapore, sporting an industrial-chic interior that gives a laidback yet sophisticated ambience to this restaurant.

Be sure to order their iconic 8 Colours Set, offering high-quality Mangalitza pork in a myriad of flavours.

Wrap your grilled meats in lettuce too to get that crunchy, sweet texture combined with a burst of pork juices in your mouth!

3. O.BBa BBQ

Type of Information Details
Website https://www.facebook.com/obbabbqtanjongpagar/
Highlights to Note – Friendly service staff to grill meats for you
– Up to 12 side dishes
Address 63 Tanjong Pagar Rd, Singapore 088484
Email (for Enquiry) [email protected]
Contact Number 6222 0840
Operating Hours Wed – Mon:
11:30am- 4:00pm, 5:00 pm- 11:00pm
(Closed on Tuesday)
Online Reviews 577 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.4 / 5.0 stars)

This popular Korean BBQ restaurant is also slightly on the premium end, with no reservations available (only walk-ins) so one can imagine how exclusive this place is.

O.BBa BBQ serves premium quality meats such as beef short ribs and prime beef cuts. If you’re not skilled with the grilling, don’t be shy to seek help from their experienced staff.

Their wide variety of banchan, coupled with value-for-money set meals make it all the more worth a visit!

4. KIM’s Family Korean Restaurant

Type of Information Details
Website https://www.facebook.com/kimsfamilyfood/
Highlights to Note – Authentic KBBQ and Korean mains
– Affordable lunch specials
– Up to 12 side dishes
Address 17 Lor Kilat, Singapore 598139
Email (for Enquiry)
Contact Number 6465 0535
Operating Hours Mon – Sun:
12:00pm – 3:00pm, 5:30pm – 10:00pm
Online Reviews 473 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.0 / 5.0 stars)

Tucked away in a small corner of Bukit Timah lies this hidden KBBQ gem. As the name implies, Kim’s Family Korean Restaurant serves authentic, hearty Korean delights and ala carte KBBQ.

Their extensive menu selection might leave diners feeling overwhelmed with choices, so opt for their meat platters if you’re feeling indecisive.

Another highlight of their restaurant is their free-flow banchan, with over 12 side dishes. Feel free to ask for seconds from their friendly waiters!

Their $20 lunch deals are also very value-for-money, with a choice of meat and soup to choose from. If you’re in the area, this is a good place to pop by for a sumptuous lunch.


Type of Information Details
Website https://www.facebook.com/NANTABBQ
Highlights to Note – A fusion of traditional and modern
– Signature dishes other than Korean BBQ include Cheese Deng-Galbi
Address 175 Thomson Rd, #01-175/177, Singapore 307624
Email (for Enquiry)
Contact Number 6258 1391
Operating Hours Mon – Sun:
11:30am – 2:30pm, 5:30pm – 10:30pm
Online Reviews 465 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.1 / 5.0 stars)

Nanta Korean BBQ is well-known to customers as a traditional Korean restaurant with touches of modern flavours and styles.

One of their top-sellers include their Cheese Deng-Galbi, which is a sizzling hot plate of spicy pork ribs and melted mozzarella cheese. The oozing, savoury cheese is a perfect blend with the spicy ribs as it cuts through the spiciness beautifully.

They serve affordable Korean BBQ ala carte sets and lunch deals that helps diners save at least 15%, be sure to check them out!

6. Wang Dae Bak Korean BBQ

Type of Information Details
Website https://www.wangdaebakbbq.sg/
Highlights to Note – Charcoal Korean BBQ
– Lunch set and couple set menus
Address 98 Amoy Street, Singapore 069918
Email (for Enquiry) [email protected]
Contact Number 6226 0450
Operating Hours Mon – Sun:
11:30pm- 2:30pm, 5:30pm- 10:30pm
Online Reviews 524 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.2 / 5.0 stars)

Established since 2011, Wang Dae Bak Korean BBQ has made a name for themselves throughout the years with their authentic Korean food and comforting environment.

Apart from their ala carte Korean BBQ, other specialities of Wang Dae Bak include Kimchi Pancakes, Bibimbap and Korean stews.

The restaurant also adopts an 80’s laidback interior theme, giving off old school retro vibes that induce a sense of blissful nostalgia.

7. Ju Shin Jung

Type of Information Details
Website http://www.jushinjung.com.sg
Highlights to Note – First Korean charcoal BBQ in Singapore
– Children-friendly (has an indoor playground for kids)
Address 11 Unity St #01-30 Robertson Walk Singapore 237995
Email (for Enquiry) [email protected]
Contact Number 6235 2067
Operating Hours Mon – Sun:
11:30pm- 2:30pm, 5:30pm- 11pm
Online Reviews 140 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.1 / 5.0 stars)

Feast to your heart’s content at one of the earliest Korean BBQ restaurants in Singapore, Ju Shin Jung.

Their customisable BBQ sets and exemplary grilling services makes this place such a worthy mention!

The cherry on the cake is their indoor playground for kids to entertain themselves, while the adults can concentrate on savoring that juicy piece of meat.

8. Chang Korean Restaurant

Type of Information Details
Website http://changbbq.com.sg/
Highlights to Note – Fusion of traditional and modern Korean cuisine
– Fine-dining
Address 71 Loewen Road #01-01 Singapore 248847
Email (for Enquiry) [email protected]
Contact Number 6473 9005
Operating Hours Mon – Sun:
12pm- 3pm, 6pm- 10pm
Online Reviews 356 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.2 / 5.0 stars)

Pamper yourself with a posh Korean BBQ experience here at Chang Korean BBQ Restaurant.

Situated at Loewen Road (Dempsey Hill), the place is surrounded by an air of luxury that is quite a far cry from typical Korean BBQ restaurants which are usually more laidback and casual.

Just order, sit back and relax as the staff will be grilling these pieces of heaven for you!

9. Bornga

Type of Information Details
Website https://www.facebook.com/Borngasg
Highlights to Note – Famous Korean BBQ restaurant chain from Korea
– Opened by celebrity chef Paik Jong Won
Address 1 Harbourfront Walk, VivoCity #02-123/124, Singapore 098585
Email (for Enquiry) http://www.instagram.com/borngasg
Contact Number 6376 8268
Operating Hours Mon – Sun:
11:30am – 10pm
Online Reviews 325 Google Reviews (Average rating: 3.8 / 5.0 stars)

If it’s backed by a Korean chef and originates from the land of K-pop, one can bet to be in for a treat at such a Korean BBQ restaurant.

Bornga is born and bred in South Korea itself, led by famed celebrity chef Paik Jong Won.

The restaurant’s speciality includes the famous Woo Sam Gyup (thinly sliced beef marinated with the chef’s patented sauce), which strives to preserve the natural taste of meat.

It is meant to taste unalike the common marinated meats that masks its original flavour with too much sauce.

10. Guiga Korean Restaurant

Type of Information Details
Website https://www.facebook.com/guigakoreanbbq/
Highlights to Note – Serves Korean raw marinated crabs, which is not commonly found in Singapore
– BBQ sets
Address 134 Tanjong Pagar Road Singapore, Singapore 088538
Email (for Enquiry)
Contact Number 6221 3001
Operating Hours Mon – Thurs:
11:00am- 3:00pm, 5:00pm- 12:00am

11:00am- 3:00pm, 5:00pm- 2:00am

11:00am – 2:00am

11:00am- 12:00am

Online Reviews 539 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.2 / 5.0 stars)

Lastly, we bring to you Guiga Korean BBQ Restaurant that serves authentic and delectable Korean cuisine.

Nestled around Tanjong Pagar in a cosy, old school setting, this Korean BBQ spot offers grilled meats in ala carte style.

Order from their 3 BBQ sets for the best of many worlds, featuring the iconic trio – beef, pork and/or chicken.

If you’re also craving some seafood, be sure to give their raw marinated crabs a try as it is a Korean speciality that is rarely found in Singapore.


Of course, nothing beats flying straight to the land of origin for the most authentic Korean BBQ experience.

Nevertheless, with all these years of trying different Korean BBQ places in Singapore, it already feels close to the real deal.

Talk about the decor, trendy K-pop music blasting in the background and occasionally seeing Korean staff and ahjummas (Aunties in Korean) running to and fro!

For non-meat lovers, don’t be dismayed! We have other delectable recommendations for food, such as seafood restaurants in Singapore for seafood fans too.

7 Best Korean BBQ Restaurants in Singapore for 2021

Fantasising about chomping into a savoury mouthful of BBQ so tender it practically fall apart in your mouth? Well, you can turn that fantasy into a reality with the best Korean restaurants and Korean BBQ buffets in Singapore!

Korean food in Singapore (in 2020) definitely has become much more popular, so this list for the search for the best Korean buffet in Singapore has become quite necessary.

Whether it’s spectacularly-grilled pork belly you’re after or the most amazing galbi and bulgogi, the places we’ve found are perfect for turning your pig-out dreams into real experiences.

What’s more, they’re perfect places to share the experience with others. If they’re not buffets, they offer great meal sets at affordable-enough prices for you to try more than a few things!

So the next time you get a craving for Korean cuisine, try the places below with your family and friends. According to our taste buds, these are the best Korean restaurants and Korean BBQ buffets in Singapore!

1. Eight Korean BBQ

BEST FOR: 8-colour set of Korean BBQ


WEBSITE: https://www.8koreanbbq.com/

ADDRESS: 6 Eu Tong Sen Street The Central #02-79/90 059817 Singapore

CONTACT DETAILS: +65 86921188

OPERATING HOURS: Mon – Fri: 11:30 – 14:30 / Sat – Sun: 11:30 – 22:30 / Mon – Fri: 17:30 – 22:30

When talking about the best Korean BBQ in Singapore for 2020, most people mention Eight Korean BBQ. That’s because this place has never failed to serve their customers the authentic Korean cuisine the latter are hankering for.

Try the tantalising pork belly presented in delectable strips on a platter. Try too their well-known 8 Colours Set, which is the main highlight of their menu.

It’s not surprising to know that many meat lovers consider this to be the best Korean BBQ buffet in Singapore for 2020.

Service Highlights

  • Simple and elegant food presentation
  • Cosy and nostalgic ambience
  • Great accommodations

Customer Reviews

The originality of their menu concepts has captured the hearts of locals and even tourists, making it one of the most visited restaurants in Singapore. For a real Korean culture experience, you should have this on your checklist.

Priscillia Sim wrote this 5-star feedback on Google Reviews:

“A cozy place with lots of service staffs who cook and attend to what you need. The food is cooked on a hot plate in front of you. As the service staff is cooking, they will even make a conversation with you and tell you more about the food whereabouts. They made me feel like home and as thought we are one big family. Keep up the good work! I can’t wait to have my meal there soon!”

2. Chang BBQ

BEST FOR: Accessible Korean dining


WEBSITE: http://changbbq.com.sg/

ADDRESS: 71 Loewen Road #01-01 Singapore 248847

CONTACT DETAILS: (+65) 6473-9005

OPERATING HOURS: Lunch: 12:00 – 15:00 (last order by 14:30) / Dinner: 18:00 – 22:00 (last order on Sun-Thu by 21:30 and on Fri-Sat & PH by 22:00)

If you want to enjoy scrumptious and affordable Korean cuisine in a relaxed setting, then Chang BBQ is what you’ve been looking for! What’s more, they’re known for using only the finest, freshest ingredients.

This restaurant serves hearty meals that will help you with your healthy diet. With the perfect infusion of original and modern dishes, they will surely suit the tastes of every customer.

Because of their affordable price, Chang made the list of locals’ favourite for great cheap Korean food in Singapore in 2020.

Service Highlights

  • Organic and vegetarian dishes
  • Combination of modern and traditional foods
  • Catered for special occasions and corporate dinner

Customer Reviews

Customers praised Chang BBQ for their satisfying servings. They also liked that it’s located at Dempsey Hill, a nature-friendly area, where patrons can experience serene and peaceful dining.

Many have absolutely named Chang as the best Korean BBQ in Singapore for its affordable and tasty menu.

Here’s a review from Google Reviews:

“I wish I can leave 6 stars! Food was good and what set this place aside was the service. Special thanks to Jenny whom went above and beyond with genuine attention to seeing that my little one wasn’t enjoying her meal. Simple action of asking if all is ok is so fundamental but refreshing.  Thanks again for replacing with noodles without spiciness.”

3. WangDaeBak

BEST FOR: Authentic Korean food culture


WEBSITE: https://www.wangdaebakbbq.sg/

ADDRESS: 98 Amoy St, S069918 / 22 Cross St #01-64, S048423

CONTACT DETAILS: Amoy St, +65 6226-0450 / China Square Central +65 6225-2646

OPERATING HOURS: Monday to Saturday @ 11:30am–2:30pm, 5:30–10:30pm

Are you looking for a Korean BBQ buffet in Singapore that will take you back to the 80’s? Then come and visit WangDaeBak!

The overall theme of the restaurant is the 80’s at its best. If you’re an old soul who wants to enjoy good food with nostalgic vibes, this is the best choice for you.

They are proud to say that they do not compromise the quality of their menu by choosing to use charcoal only. They make a point of producing quality authentic Korean dishes for their patrons.

Their fun and groovy vibe definitely puts WangDaeBak up in our list for a Korean restaurant in Singapore to bring groups of friends to. Be prepared for an unforgettable 80’s Korean bbq night in Singapore!

Service Highlights

  • Original Korean dishes
  • Sentimental ambience
  • Family-oriented environment

Customer Reviews

WangDaeBak earned nothing but praise from customers for both its food and atmosphere. Customers actually said they felt like they were back in South Korea (well, 80’s South Korea) in the restaurant.

Shawn Tay gave this positive feedback on Google Reviews:

“Great service, great food! The place has two level. The above level has private room which was really good for group. The service was exceptional despite lunch peak period. The staff serve quickly and change our side dishes when requested. The food was great! Huge portion of beef at affordable price. The beef is tender and soft. Which was good and the sauce was savoury. The pancake was thick and fluffy but maybe too much floor and wish it was crispier. Great soy sauce to match with.”

4. Ju Shin Jung

BEST FOR: Large selection of Korean dishes


WEBSITE: http://www.jushinjung.com.sg/

ADDRESS: http://www.jushinjung.com.sg/?page_id=24

CONTACT DETAILS: http://www.jushinjung.com.sg/?page_id=24

OPERATING HOURS: http://www.jushinjung.com.sg/?page_id=24

Ju Shin Jung is known to be the first Korean Charcoal BBQ in Singapore and they have been serving locals and the island’s Korean community for over a decade now.

Over the years, they have made a name for themselves thanks to their authentic cuisine and service. With them, you can be sure to experience the genuine taste of Korean cuisine.

Tip: Be sure to arrive hungry! We consider Ju Shin Jung to be the best kbbq buffet in Singapore when it comes to a wide variety of menu and Korean dishes.

Service Highlights

  • Sophisticated interiors and traditional setting
  • Affordable menu price
  • Special deals and promotions

Customer Reviews

Ju Shin Jung’s achievements are shown through their branches, which are always filled with loyal customers and visitors. A reviewer from Trip Advisor wrote:

“Been here twice and I simply love it. It’s super vegetarian friendly, I was sort of taken aback when I realized that given it’s primarily a Korean meat BBQ place.

I have so far tried their veg dolsat bibimbap and Daenjang. Both were rather great. Apart from the actual food their Banchan is worth a visit.” 

5. Super Star K

BEST FOR: Authentic Korean casual dining


WEBSITE: https://www.superstark1.com/

ADDRESS: https://www.superstark1.com/contact

CONTACT DETAILS: https://www.superstark1.com/contact

OPERATING HOURS: https://www.superstark1.com/contact

Super Star K is probably most popular with the younger generations. Adults shouldn’t let that put them off from visiting it, though, as this is a great restaurant for anyone who simply enjoys a good full-course Korean meal.

The interiors of the restaurant might remind you of some scenes from your favourite Korean series or movies. This makes it the perfect option for the avid fans of that country’s entertainment and culture.

If you want a quick, no-fail dining experience, Super Star K1 is one of the best Korean BBQ buffet in Singapore for that kind of eating experience.

Service Highlights

  • Cosy and casual atmosphere
  • Perfect balance of flavours
  • Friendly staff and services

Customer Reviews

Customers have given Super Star K many compliments because of their meat quality, saying that it’s worth the price and their variation of food selections is always exciting.

Clarissa Tay wrote this review on Burpple:

“Stumbled along this place and was glad we took the leap of faith. Despite the long waiting time and small restaurant size, was not disappointed by the BBQ meat and the sides as well. For each order of meat entitles you to a free serving of steam egg. Ordered King sized beef ribs ($35). Meat was soft and tender. Seasoning was nice but Koreans do like their seasoning to be slightly sweet. The salted pork neck meat ($18) was tasty but nothing to rave about. Was satisfied that it doesn’t have a very strong pork taste. Seafood pancake ($26) was a pleasant surprise and would encourage customers to order this too! Overall was very satisfied with the food here and will definitely return for more.”

6. Hyang To Gol

BEST FOR: Original Korean fine cuisine mixed with contemporary style


WEBSITE: http://www.hyangtogol.com/

ADDRESS: 165 Tanjong Pagar Road Level 2 Amara Hotel Singapore 088539

CONTACT DETAILS: (65) 6220-7160

OPERATING HOURS: Open daily, Lunch | 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, Dinner | 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm

For those not familiar with Korean cuisine, Hyang To Gol can be a great starter for you! Their menu is specially designed to merge the modern style with the original flavours of Korean cooking.

Each dish is also made in consideration of both local and foreign tastes. If this will be your first time to try Korean style dishes, then rest assured that you will have an unforgettable experience here.

Service Highlights

  • World-class Korean cuisine
  • Finest ingredients and high-quality meats
  • Professional staff services

Customer Reviews

Hyang-To-Gol has been named one of the top Korean restaurants in Singapore and they truly live up to this recognition because of their authentically-crafted menus. Kelvin Chye left this feedback for them on Google Reviews:

“Lovely place for Korean BBQ. Nice selection of meats and authentic taste of Korean food. You can request for the staff to help you grill the meat instead of doing yourself. This helps to prevent the oil smell to stick to your clothing. Overall love the food here, and definitely will be back for more.”


BEST FOR: Original Korean fine cuisine mixed with contemporary style

PRICING: Mon-Fri Lunch: Adult $14.9++, Student & Senior $12.9++, Child $9.9++
Sat-Sun/PH Lunch: Adult $24.9++, Student & Senior $22.9++, Child $16.9++
Mon-Thu Dinner: Adult $24.9++, Student & Senior $22.9++, Child $16.9++
Fri-Sun/Eve/PH: Adult $25.9++, Student & Senior $23.9++, Child $16.9++

WEBSITE: https://kingdomfood.sg/im-kim-korean-bbq/

ADDRESS: 1 Zubir Said Dr, #01-04 School of The Arts, Singapore 227968


OPERATING HOURS: Buffet Lunch: 11.30am – 3.30pm (Buffet Counter closes at 3pm)
Buffet Dinner: 5.30pm – 10.30pm (Buffet Counter closes at 10pm)

Since its opening in 2014, I’m Kim Korean BBQ has established a reputation of great food quality and affordability. With over 1,000 reviews on Google and high rating of 4.2 stars, it has become a sizzling hot favourite restaurant, attracting Korean food enthusiasts from all over the world. The I’m Kim’s Signature Korean Chicken Wings (own secret recipe) is a MUST TRY!

Service Highlights

  • Grill your tenderly-marinated meat to your own liking,
  • Indulge in free-flow veggies, seafood, soups as well as korean and local cooked dishes
  • Cosy backdrop of a hip K-pop culture with TV screens playing up-to-date Korean pop artists’ performances

Customer Reviews

5-star Google Review from Nikki Lee:

“Really worth the price! Includes 3 types of soup, chicken wings, sushi, meats and other side dishes! Really delicious beef and pork. Will visit them again!”


That wraps up our list of the best Korean restaurants and Korean BBQ buffets in Singapore right now!

Whether you’re a meat-lover or a vegetarian, you’ll be sure to enjoy your dinner at these establishments. They offer some of the most affordable and authentic Korean food on the island.

If you feel like exploring other cuisines afterwards, though, try our other resource lists for foodies. For example, you can check out our list of the best Indian restaurants in Singapore and our list of the best Japanese buffets in Singapore.

10 Best Korean BBQ in Singapore

How should you choose from the never-ending stream of good Korean BBQ spots in Singapore?

The best Korean BBQ restaurants serve up spicy, succulent meat, and have you stuffed to the brim with a satisfied smile. From award-winning sauces to affordable eats, here’s a list of Korean BBQ restaurants that have seared themselves into our Top 10!

1 Scotts Road
Shaw Centre
Singapore (228208) Map

Why have only one flavour of pork when you can try it eight delicious ways! This Korean BBQ restaurant’s signature 8 Colours Set features thick strips of pork belly, doused in a fragrant mix of herbs and spices.

If you need a pick me up after that heavy han-woo course, we suggest indulging in the fan-favourite Korean Army Stew, or adding a little spice to your KBBQ routine with the Seafood Bean Paste Stew.

Click here for more locations. Dinner & Drinks Menu

2 Jurong East Central 1
Singapore (609731) Map

Only one thing’s better than a sizzling pan of succulent grilled meat—an unlimited supply of said meat. At this Korean haunt in the west, you’ll be sure to eat till you drop with their smorgasbord of tangy sauces, fresh seafood, and scrumptious side-dishes. Grill away!

71 Loewen Road
Singapore (248847) Map

If you’re on the lookout for a secluded spot to celebrate an anniversary, this gorgeous Korean BBQ restaurant should be at the top of your list.

Enjoy exceptionally crafted Korean dishes, and premium cuts of meat in a lush atmosphere. This luxurious location offers up traditional Korean cuisine with a modern twist—a feast for the eyes and stomach.

1 Harbourfront Walk


Singapore (098585) Map

With more than 30 branches in Korea, this casual spot is a must-visit for all Korean BBQ fanatics. Trust us when we say if you only order one thing, it’ll have to be their Woo Samgyup. The tender, melt-in-your-mouth beef slices have been steeped in Bornga’s unique signature sauce!

Don’t worry samgyeopsal (pork belly) lovers, their pork belly has the perfect balance of fat and meat—you won’t need to grease your pan to get a satisfying sizzle!

Click here for more locations. Menu

123 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore (068592) Map

For those who work around Telok Ayer, you’re in for a treat! This casual Korean restaurant specialises in traditional Korean favourites such as Kimchi Stew and Galmaegi, along with the super-indulgent Marinated Short Ribs. What’s more? This cosy establishment also caters to the working crowd with irresistible lunch specials! Menu

82 Amoy Street
Singapore (069901) Map

You know it’s a good Korean BBQ restaurant when you’re dining alongside Korean locals! Tuck into unique Korean bites like the Eomuk Guk—a quintessential Busan dish chock-full of fish-cake and tteokbokki. For those looking to fully immerse themselves in Korean (drinking) culture, their extensive menu of Korean beers and ciders will have you partying through the night!

431 Sembawang Road


Singapore (758396) Map

We know food tastes better when eaten with friends. Grab your best pals and tuck into this restaurant’s free-flow Korean BBQ buffet! Located in Yishun, this cosy outlet is the perfect spot for a weekend meet-up.

For the more adventurous groups, give their Korean Fusion Mookata a go. P.S. Their unlimited banchan station is to die for, so go wild!

Korean Mookata Menu, BBQ Buffet

5 Dunlop Street
Singapore (209335) Map

An unlimited array of Korean marinated meat and side dishes await at this classic Korean BBQ spot. Featuring a huge buffet line of addictive marinated meat and seafood, you’ll definitely have a hard time choosing from the salivating spread! One thing’s for sure: come hungry.

252 North Bridge Road


Raffles City Shopping Centre

Singapore (179103) Map

Located in the heart of town at Raffles City, the swanky sister of the bustling Tanjong Pagar outlet holds her own! Serving up raved about Korean delights such as the Seafood Pancake and Bibimbap, this definitely is the spot to head to after a solid shopping spree. Menu

Looking for a place to get your grill on?
Grab your friends and go on a Korean BBQ crawl at these eateries—don’t forget your tongs!

25 Best Authentic Korean Food and BBQ in Singapore [2021]

The Korean wave, or more often referred to as the K-wave, has truly taken the world by storm. From music, fashion, beauty, to foods, anything Korean is guaranteed a big hit! Even though there’s plenty of Korean restaurants spread across the island, it’s often difficult to tell which are the authentic ones and offer genuinely delicious and honest Korean fare. Thus, we have decided to curate a list of the best and most authentic Korean restaurants to get your KBBQ and Korean food fix. Look no further, and check out one of the best restaurants listed below.

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  • Makgeolli
  • Korean Grilled Squid
  • Ribeye
  • Pork Belly Kimchi Stew

If you’re craving for a KBBQ fix, 8 Korean BBQ should be top on your list to visit. Their 8 Colour Set is a definite must-try and is a true crowd-pleaser. With Kurobuta pork belly marinated in 8 different flavours – garlic, miso, curry, wine, and red pepper paste, there is something for everyone! Come hungry, and bring your friends for an authentic Korean feast!

Address 6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #02-79/90 The Central, Singapore 059817
Contact 8692 1188
Opening Hours Monday to Friday: 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 10:30 pm
Saturday to Sunday: 11:30 am – 10:30 pm
Official Pages Website | Facebook | Instagram

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  • Dakgulbi
  • Suyuk
  • Seafood Pancake
  • Grilled Mackerel
  • Mandoo Ramyeon

Big Mama Korean Food offers home-style dishes that are as authentic as the ones you get in Korea. Order their Dakgalbi and Suyuk to get a taste of their healthy yet delicious offerings, handmade with love by its owner, Candy Namgung Ji Young, that have decades of experience cooking for Korean students studying in Singapore.

Address 2 Kim Tian Road, Singapore 169244
Contact +65 6270 7704
Opening Hours Tuesdays to Sundays: 11:30 am – 2:00 pm, 5:30 pm – 10:00 am

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  • Prime Rib
  • Spicy Pork Belly
  • Marinated Chicken
  • Kimchi Pancake
  • Seafood Pancake
  • Spicy Seafood Tofu Soup
  • Budae Jjigae

If you are craving for a Korean BBQ in Singapore, Wang Dae Bak is one of the popular places that serve authentic Korean foods. They are serving high-quality, Korean inspired dishes at a very affordable price. Their Korean BBQ is one of the highlights in Wang Dae Bak.

Address 22 Cross Street, #01-64, China Square Singapore 048421
98 Amoy Street, Singapore 0699183
93 Amoy Street, Singapore 069913
Contact (+65 6225 2646)
Opening Hours Mondays to Sundays, 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM and 5:30 PM – 10:30 PM
(Branch at 93 Amoy Street is closed on Sunday)
Official Pages Website | Facebook | Instagram

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  • Kimchi Soup
  • Rice Cakes
  • Pork Belly

For meat-eaters, you can savour the rich and flavorful Korean BBQ in Ssikkek BBQ. If you feel like eating meat any hour of the day, you can go to Ssikkek BBQ to try authentic Korean food. They serve a variety of Korean dishes that will surely satisfy your appetite.

Address United Square, 101 Thompson Road, #B1-15/16/17, Singapore 307591
Contact 6254 8123
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday: 11:30 am – 2:30 pm and 5:00 pm – 10:30 pm
Official Pages Website

Photo credit: Chang BBQ


  • Prime Galbisal
  • Wang Seng Galbi
  • Heukdoijee Samgyeopsal

If you are looking for a fine dining place that offers authentic Korean food and BBQ in Singapore, Chang BBQ is here to serve you. All their foods are as authentic as it gets and will transport you straight to Seoul.

Address 71 Loewen Road #01-01 Singapore 248847
Contact 6473-9005
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday: 12:00 pm– 3:00 pm and 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Official Pages Website | Facebook

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  • Seasoned Beef Ribs
  • BBQ Sliced Pork Belly
  • BBQ Beef Cubes with Soy Sauce
  • Cold Buckwheat Noodles with Spicy Sauce
  • Spicy Ham, Sausage & Vegetable Hotpot

Just like Chang, Hyang To Gol is also an upscale dining establishment that serves authentic Korean food and BBQ in Singapore. Besides KBBQ, their menu boasts an extensive selection of Korean soups, rice, and noodles

Address 165 Tanjong Pagar Road Amara Hotel
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday: 11:30 am – 03:00 pm, 06:00 pm – 11:00 pm

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  • Boneless Beef Rib
  • Green Tea Pork Belly
  • Ginseng Chicken Soup

Hansik is well-known amongst the Korean population in Singapore for its authentic Korean food and BBQ. If you want to have a taste of traditional Korean family-style of cooking, Hansik is your the place to go. Just brace yourself for a queue as this place is THAT well-loved and famous!

Address Level 2 Heartland Mall, Singapore 530205
Contact 6228 2448 / [email protected]
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday: 11:00 am to 10:00 pm

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  • Galmaegisal
  • La Galbi
  • Char-grilled Meat
  • Chadeol Doengjang Jjigae
  • Cheese Mandu Tteokbokki

Hailing directly from Seoul, Korea, Seorae is one of the leading dining establishments that specialise in pork skirt meat. From stews to Korean meal sets, expect nothing but ridiculously tasty and wholesome cooking at Seorae.

Address 68 Orchard Road, Plaza Singapura, #02-01, Singapore 238839
Contact 9181 2709
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday: 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
Official Pages Website | Facebook | Instagram

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  • Wagyu Beef Set
  • Marinated Beef Rib
  • Pork Jowl
  • Stir-fried Spicy Squid
  • Soya Bean Paste Hot Pot

For big groups, Ju Shin Jung is the perfect place to check out. They can accommodate large pax of people and serve customisable Korean dish sets. They also offer a wide selection of free Korean side dishes, or otherwise known as Banchan, that are the perfect meal-starters! Pro tip: snack on them while your meat is cooking!

Address Here are a list of their outlets.
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  • Wagyu Rib Eye
  • Prime Black Angus Boneless Short Rib
  • Iberico Bellota Pork Collar
  • Rib Finger
  • Duroc Pork Belly

One of the trendiest Korean food and BBQ restaurant in Singapore, Pujim serves high-quality meats and authentic Korean cuisine. This place is great for both solo eaters and large groups of people. You can savour the true Korean taste with their flavorful BBQ marinade and other hearty Korean dishes.

Address 82 Amoy Street Singapore, Singapore 069901
Contact 6224 1528 / [email protected]
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday: 04:30 pm to 11:00 pm
Official Pages Website | Facebook


  • Marinated crab in soya sauce
  • Korean-style raw beef
  • Bibimbap
  • Kimchi pancakes and green grape Soju.

You will feel as though you are enjoying a cosy winter evening in Seoul when you are enjoying some good food in this restaurant. Known for their traditional and authentic Korean preparations, this joint is highly praised by a lot of loyal patrons. They are known to use the best ingredients for the best tastes and textures. The affordable prices and charming ambience make this joint perfect for a night out with friends.

Their signature Korean preparations are made with great care skill using traditional techniques for an all-round authentic Korean experience. Their soju and Korean beers also add to the whole Korean food experience making this joint one of the most recommended on the list.

Address 134 Tanjong Pagar Road Singapore, Singapore 088538
Contact +65 6221 3001
Opening Hours Monday to Friday: 11:00 am to 03:00 pm, 05:00 pm to 12:00 am
Saturday: 11:00 am to 02:00 pm, Sunday: 11:00 am to 12:00 am
Official Page Facebook

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  • Pork ribs with cheese
  • Army stew
  • Spicy rice cake
  • Korean bulgogi beef

This joint is proud of their food and rightfully so. With a promise of “good BBQ always”, this joint has taken great pride in their constantly burning charcoal grills which give their barbeques a distinct and unique flavour that’s simply beyond compare. Their prices are affordable, and their services are highly praised by loyal customers.

The Soju here is best described as a literal taste of the Korean mountains and they guarantee the authenticity of their techniques and the freshness and quality of their ingredients. The joint also boasts a playful yet classy ambience, perfect for both a casual night out with friends and a romantic dinner.

Address #01-175 / #01-177 Goldhill Centre, 175 Thomson Road S307624 Singapore, Singapore 307624
Contact +65 6258 1391
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday: 11:30 am to 03:00 pm, 05:30 pm to 11:00 pm
Official Page Facebook


  • Kimchi seafood pancakes
  • Black pork belly
  • Traditional wraps and BBQ sets
  • Grapefruit Soju

This joint is best described as your friendly neighbourhood family restaurant. The ambience is perfect enough however to satisfy all age groups, this joint can be both hot and happening and calm and relaxing. The service here receives high praise for being extremely friendly and attentive and the food simply feels like a piece a the Korean peninsula warmly embracing your heart.

Their price range is quite reasonable and their food is frankly worth a lot more. Their killer BBQ sets are the best value for money sets that you’ll find and their drinks perfectly complement their delicate dishes.

Address 63 Tanjong Pagar Road Singapore, Singapore 088484
Contact +65 6222 0840
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday: 11:30 am to 03:00 pm, 05:00 am to 11:45 pm
Closed on Tuesdays
Official Page Facebook

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  • Korean Chicken wings
  • Lunch and dinner buffets
  • Soju  Korean beers

Known for their sizzling hot barbequed meats and enigmatic ambience, this joint is highly recommended for the youth crowd. Located in an area highly frequented by students, this joint is almost always packed and highly praised. Their prices are affordable and they keep on offering regular discounts and special offers.

They are probably best known for their Korean BBQ buffets which give the diners an opportunity to taste a lot of food for a lot less money. Their meats are described as being well marinated and high quality and with one of the friendliest staff in town, the joint has many regular customers who are fiercely loyal.

Read our full review here.

Address SOTA: 1 Zubir Said Drive #01-04 Singapore, Singapore 227968
Contact +65 6238 7218
Opening Hours Monday to Friday: 11:30 am to 3:30 pm, 05:30 am to 10:30 pm
Saturday to Sunday: 11:30 am to 10:30 pm
Official Pages Website | Facebook


  • Thinly sliced pork belly
  • Seafood pancakes
  • Army stew
  • Kimchi stew

This is one joint that has very few negative reviews and a lot of loyal and happy patrons. Known for its high-quality services and food, this joint comes highly recommended for a chill night out with friends. The staff here is often described as welcoming and friendly, and the ambience is perfect for a fun evening.

The patrons of this joint quite often recommend their stews and their barbeque options are highly praised as well. Their prices might be a bit on the high side but patrons will often reinsure you that it’s all worth it!

Address 80 Tanjong Pagar Road Singapore, Singapore 088501
Contact +65 6225 2248
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday: 05:00 pm to 01:00 am
Official Pages Facebook


  • Korean fried chicken
  • Pork belly marinated in soy sauce
  • Korean-style bacon

With a comfortable ambience and seating available both indoors and outdoors, this establishment is highly recommended for a fun night out with friends. As their name suggests, this joint specializes in traditional Korean BBQ buffets. Their menu is extensive and every item is highly praised and greatly loved by many loyal patrons.

The service here is often described as being extremely friendly and attentive. This joint however is known for being always packed to its maximum capacity so do try and get your reservations done beforehand. The food here prepared with quality ingredients by a highly skilled staff who will make sure to leave you satisfied and happy.

Address 188L Tanjong Katong Road, #01-01, Singapore 437156
Contact 6348 1244

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  • Beef Bulgogi
  • Beef soup and Army stew
  • Kimchi pancakes

This is one joint that often gets called the best place for Korean food in Singapore. Their services are highly praised and the reviews they receive are almost always positive. Patrons of this joint regularly praise their ambience as being extremely comfortable and inviting. Naturally this joint is almost always packed and highly sought after for their delicious fruit and great service.

The menu here is extensive however they are most well-known for their charcoal-grilled Korean barbeque. The taste they painstakingly strive to achieve here is traditional Korean and their ingredients as such are carefully selected and handled with great care. Their barbeque, however, is not the only thing in their menu that’s insanely good so do give them a visit and indulge to your heart’s content.

Address 155 Telok Ayer street Singapore, Singapore 068611
Contact +65 6221 2639
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday: 11:30 am to 03:00 pm, 05:30 pm to 12:00 am
Official Page Facebook

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  • Mandy
  • Fresh Kimchi
  • Pork belly

Located in JCube, this modest joint is known to be highly frequented by young people and students. This joint offers great value for money and their portions are said to be of considerable sizes. The prices here are quite low as well as such this place is extremely student-friendly and that is evident in the long queues that form outside.  Making your reservation prior is highly recommended.

The service here is often praised for being patient and attentive. The food here arrives at your table very fast, and the staff are amiable and approachable. Bad reviews for this joint are very few and far between and there are a lot of patrons who swear by their marinated meats and kimchi pancakes.

Address 2 Jurong East Central 1 Jcube #03-10 Jcube, Singapore 609731 Singapore
Contact +65 6339 5841
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday: 11:30 am – 10:30 pm
Official Page Tripadvisor

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  • Korean slaw
  • Beef ribs
  • Rice cakes
  • Seafood pancakes

This is a cosy little establishment that serves great food with a good ambience. Known for being packed all the time, their loyal patrons and the wildly positive reviews that they receive all point to them being a top-class establishment with great food and great service. The service here is known to be fast and efficient and the staff are often praised for being friendly and attentive.

The food here is traditional Korean cuisine with the main attraction being their marinated meats and their Korean stews. The prices here are affordable and their ingredients are always of high quality. If you are looking for a friendly joint to enjoy some Korean food with your friends then this place comes highly recommended.

Address 75 Tanjong Pagar Road & 98 Tanjong Pagar Road Singapore, Singapore 088496
Contact +65 6224 0504
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday: 11:30 am to 02:00 am
Official Page Facebook


  • Japchae
  • Glass Noodle salad
  • Soft Tofu stew

Known for their big portions and satisfying meals, this joint is a very student-friendly establishment. The staff here are often praised for being very attentive and the service here is known for being very prompt and efficient. The prices here are criminally cheap and the food here is known for being extremely flavoursome.

The ingredients they use here are guaranteed to be of the highest quality and their traditional Korean style of preparations bring out the best they can offer. Their tender marinated meats and their pancakes receive a lot of love from their regular patrons. So if you want to enjoy a comfortable and fun evening with your friends this is the place for you!

Address 16 Cheong Chin Nam Road Singapore, Singapore 599740
Contact +65 8183 4939
Opening Hours Tuesday to Thursday: 12:00 am to 03:00 pm, 05:30 pm to 11:00 pm
Friday: 12:00 am to 11:00 pm
Official Page Facebook

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  • Spicy cool noodles
  • Spicy fish roe soup
  • Army stew

Serving authentic Korean food at affordable prices, Hongdae Korean Restaurant is highly recommended by many happy customers and loyal patrons. The service here is particularly praised for being very fast and the staff are often described as being friendly and attentive.

The food here is prepared with exceptional care and skill with only the best and freshest of ingredients being used to give you a flawless experience. The ambience of this establishment is perfect for families and can be casual and inviting enough to enjoy with some friends. Do pair your food with a much-recommended drink from their extensive choice of Soju and Korean beers.

Address 118 Neil Road Singapore, Singapore 088854
Contact +65 64388907
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday: 11:30 am to 03:00 pm, 05:00 am to 11:30 pm
Official Page Facebook

Image Credit: SingaporeFoodie


  • Aged pork belly
  • Kimchi pancakes
  • Pork bulgogi
  • GO-k Donkatsu

If you looking for a joint to enjoy some drinks and good food with your friends then this joint is highly recommended. This joint is known for serving large portions of top quality Korean food for very cheap prices. Patrons of this joint also praise their services for being very fast and efficient and the staff are often said to be very friendly, helpful and patient.

The meats they serve in this establishment are guaranteed to be of the highest quality and their chefs always prepare their food with great care and skill. Patrons of this establishment often praise their Kimchi pancakes which are highly recommended and the choices of Soju and other drinks that they provide perfectly complement their delectable food. Give them a visit with your friends and enjoy some great Korean food with a great ambience.

Address 76 Amoy Street, Singapore 069895 Singapore
Contact +65 6423 0308
Official Pages Tripadvisor

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  • Cold buckwheat noodles
  • BBQ chicken
  • Spicy Chicken
  • Pork and beef BBQ

This joint is a bit different from the others in the list, this joint focuses more on the high-end cuts of meat served with an elegant ambience in a classy space. The ingredients they use in this establishment are highly praised for their quality and freshness. The staff here are extremely careful when dealing with their ingredients and the food served is highly flavoursome.

The prices here might get a bit on the high end but their food and service make it all worth it. Talking about the service here, their staff is often praised for being very attentive and patient and the food arrives quickly to your table so there are very few complaints that one can make about this joint.

Address 1 Cuscaden Road #03-02, The Regent Hotel S249715
Contact +65 6338 8548
Opening Hours Monday to Friday: 12:00 pm to 03:00 pm, 05:30 pm to 10:30 pm
Saturday to Sunday: 12:00 pm to 06:00 pm

Image Credit: Facebook


  • Korean leek pancakes
  • Spicy soft tofu soup
  • Ginseng chicken

This is a small family restaurant that serves great food and creates great memories. The food here is as authentic as you can get and you feel like you are eating in Busan when you indulge in their barbeque options. Their other Korean offerings are equally popular and patrons particularly praise their Kimchi pancakes.

The ambience of this joint is best described as being extremely friendly and welcoming and their staff will make sure that you feel at home. They’re very popular and their place is almost always full so making a reservation beforehand is recommended. Do try their Korean-style chicken and pair it with a drink of their recommend Soju. Visit with your friends and have a great evening you will not regret it.

But if you can’t, then you can opt for their island delivery service. That way, you can enjoy their delicious food from the comfort of your home.

Address 76, Serangoon Garden Way Singapore, Singapore 555972
Contact +65 6283 6339
Opening Hours Monday to Sunday: 11:30 am to 02:00 pm, 05:30 pm to 09:00 pm
Official Page Facebook

Image Credit: Jang Won


  • Seafood pancakes
  • Army stew
  • Stone bibimbap

This is the best joint to go to with your friends for a fun evening. There are hundreds of positive reviews about this joint and patrons of this joint are extremely loyal. Popular for their large portions and cheap prices, this joint serves traditional Korean delicacies with a touch of home. It’s also the best option if you’re looking forward to enjoying good food at a place that’s not so crowded.

Their services are highly praised by their customers and their staff is often described as being extremely friendly and attentive. Do visit them for a fun evening and enjoy their seafood pancakes when you are at it. And if you don’t try anything else, do try their bibimbap. You’ll thank us later.

Address 44 Mosque Street #01-01 Singapore 059522
Contact Monday to Sunday: 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, 05:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Opening Hours +65 6532 6949

Bap mokjja (let’s feast)!

Singapore has a lot to offer. Though Singapore has a variety of local and delicious dishes, people are always searching for a new place to hit up. The Korean wave has taken the world by storm, including Singapore. Locals and tourists alike are on the hunt for authentic Korean food and BBQ in Singapore that will satisfy their Korean food cravings. Hit up one of these restaurants today to get your Korean food fix!

8 Korean BBQ Buffets In Singapore (2020) With Prices Starting From S$14.90++

There are few things as satisfying as a grill full of sizzling meat and we often find ourselves hankering for a cosy KBBQ session complete with banchan (Korean side dishes) and a spicy heap of kimchi.

Here are 8 Korean BBQ buffets in Singapore with prices starting from as low as S$14.90. All-you-can-eat Korean BBQ? Count us in!

Photo credit: 2D1N SOJU BANG


One of the oldest Korean BBQ restaurants in Singapore, 2D1N Soju Bang along Tanjong Pagar Road needs no introduction. It offers a Korean BBQ buffet at S$25.8++/pax which comes with well-marinated meat that it is known for. Do note that there is a time limit of 90 minutes for 2D1N Soju Bang’s Korean BBQ buffet.

For those of you who don’t have a big appetite, you can opt for the à la carte Korean BBQ menu.

Daily Korean BBQ Buffet S$25.8++

44/46 Tanjong Pagar Rd
Singapore 088467


What we love most about Don Dae Bak Korean BBQ is that the restaurant uses charcoal grill instead of the usual gasoline grill. That sure makes a lot of difference to our meats!

This small outlet along Kreta Ayer is just like any usual Korean BBQ place—round communal tables that are surrounded by kimchi and pickles (free flow), all your sauces and chilli, and loud Korean pop songs on repeat mode.

At S$27.90+, don’t expect quality meat. However, what you’d get is a decent selection of meat such as Bulgogi, Marinated Beef, Beef Brisket, Pork Belly, Spicy Pork Belly, Shoulder Loin, Marinated Shoulder Loin, Marinated Chicken, and Spicy Marinated Chicken.

Weekday (Mon – Thu) BBQ Buffet S$27.90+
Weekend (Fri – Sun) BBQ Buffet S$29.90+

35 Kreta Ayer Rd
Singapore 089000
Tel: +65 6226 1727


Established in 2014, I’m Kim Korean BBQ is located near Dhoby Ghaut MRT and it is especially popular with students from SMU and SOTA due to their very wallet-friendly prices. Aside from their impressive selection of marinated meats, they also have side dishes as well as a salad bar. The place is perpetually crowded, so you may have to make a reservation in advance.

Mon to Fri: S$14.90++
Sat, Sun & PH: S$24.90++

Mon to Thu: S$24.90++
Fri, Sat, Sun & PH: S$25.90++

1 Zubir Said Drive, #01-04
School of The Arts
Singapore 227968
Tel: +65 6238 7218


The sister restaurant of I’m Kim Korean BBQ, I’m Kim Junior at *SCAPE offers Korean BBQ and Army Stew Buffet. That’s right. You get to enjoy Army Stew Buffet on top of the Korean BBQ.

As for their barbecue, you can look forward to a pretty insane spread similar to the original I’m Kim outlet which includes a myriad of meats (pork belly, beef roll, bacon etc) and seafood that will undoubtedly leave you spoilt for choice.

Mon to Fri: S$14.90++
Sat, Sun & PH: S$24.90++

Mon to Thu: S$24.90++
Fri, Sat, Sun & PH: S$25.90++

2 Orchard Link
*Scape, #03-01
Singapore 237978
Tel: +65 6634 0420


For a good Korean BBQ buffet restaurant in town, head to K.Cook. They have both indoor and outdoor seatings, and the latter enhances your dining experience with its spacious seating arrangement and large ceiling fans. If you’re still feeling peckish, feel free to tuck into their range of side dishes such as chicken wings, Korean pancakes and more.

Mon to Fri: S$16.90++
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays: S$26.90++

Mon To Thu: S$26.90++
Fri, Sat, Sun, Eve of PH, PH: S$28.90++

181 Orchard Road, #07-01
Singapore 238896
Tel: +65 6884 7282


Maru Korean BBQ is a no-frills Korean restaurant that is located along the stretch of Cheong Chin Nam Road. It is only a stone’s throw away from Beauty World MRT Station, so it is easily accessible too. Aside from having an extensive variety of meat glazed in a myriad of marinades, they also have free-flow seafood and vegetables.

If you’re too hungry to wait for your food to finish cooking, you can also tuck into cooked food such as Korean rice cakes and takoyaki balls while you watch your meat sizzle.

What’s great about Maru Korea BBQ is that they also don’t charge for GST, just service charge!

Mon to Fri: S$15.90+
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays: S$24.90+

Mon To Thu: S$22.90+
Fri, Sat, Sun & PH: S$24.90+

16 Cheong Chin Nam Road
Singapore 599740
Tel: +65 8183 4939

Photo Credit: jor.jor.spamz


The brother brand of Ssikkek Korean BBQ, Oppa BBQ at JCube also offers cheap Korean BBQ buffet which comes with a selection of well-marinated meats. Pair it with their variety of delicious Korean sides for a legit experience.

Mon to Fri: S$16++
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays: S$26++

Mon To Fri: S$26++
Sat, Sun & PH: S$26++

#03-10 JCube, 2 Jurong East Central 1
Singapore 609731
Tel: +65 6339 5841


Owned by 2D1N Soju Bang, Ssikkek Korean Grill BBQ Buffet is a cheap Korean BBQ buffet chain in Singapore which has been around for many years.

For those of you who have never been to Ssikkek BBQ, you can expect a variety of meat including Chicken Galbi, Chicken Sausage, Pork Belly, Smoked Bacon, Pork Collar, Pork Galbi, Beef Bulgogi, Beef Short Ribs—alongside vegetables, and Korean cooked food.

Mon to Fri: S$15.8++
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays: S$24++

Mon To Fri: S$25.8++
Fri, Sat, Sun & PH: S$24++

291 New Bridge Road
#01-01 Oriental Plaza
Singapore 088756
Tel: +65 6225 6964


BBQ, Bibimbap & Fried Chicken

Eat & Drink | January 08, 2021

  • Image: Big Mama Korean Food

We have had a constant love for Korean food since Hallyu hit our shores. It is true if you are now craving for that meaty goodness wrapped in lettuce, a piping hot bibimbap bowl, some pieces of crispy-juicy fried chicken, or all of them.

It is ok to crave for good food at all times. What to do now is to get your right fix at the right restaurants. Just allow those listed below to make a hit with you.

  • Image: Big Mama Korean Food

The restaurant has been started as an idea of Big Mama who was a former maths and science teacher. She decided to utilize her experience in cooking Korean food to serve Korean students studying in Singapore. She has succeeded in attracting customers from different backgrounds, indeed.


  • A place to have one of the best Dakgalbi in Singapore: It is hard to find a Korean restaurant serving Dakgalbi in town. Fortunately, Big Mama offers Dakgalbi as one of its two signature dishes. Tender chicken chunks, vegetables, rice cake, sweet potato, and spicy sauce are included as ingredients, pan-fried on the spot at your table. The dish is delicious to taste and entertaining to watch. And the best is to save a small portion of your Dakgalbi in the pan and add a bowl of rice (S$3) to be fried with the remaining foods. The fragrant fried rice will certainly satisfy both your palate and stomach.
  • Big Mama is there for those who want to experience Korean home-style cooking: Just like mom cooks for her child and so does Big Mama. A lot of Korean students have flocked to this homely eatery to enjoy a taste of home.
  • More Korean specialties on the menu: At Big Mama, you can find more than just Korean popular dishes such as grilled meats, bibimbap, and ginseng chicken soup. With around 30 items, the restaurant offers you a beautiful selection of dishes that are closer to daily local meals.

BANCHAN: There are six complimentary and refillable side dishes served at Big Mama (kimchi, spinach, crunchy lotus roots, japchae, water-chestnut cake, and ikan bilis). While all the banchan are pretty good, the standout is the kimchi.


  • Dakgalbi (S$15/pax, min 2 pax)
  • Suyuk ($25/$40)
  • Seafood pancake (S$15)
  • Grilled mackerel (S$18)
  • Mandoo ramyeon (S$10)

AMBIENCE: Big Mama has a very simple interior with pictures of signature dishes pasted on the walls to inspire diners with their tantalizing colors. With the presence of Korean diners, Korean TV shows from a screen on a corner, and warm service, you will feel like dining in a cozy house of a Korean friend.


LOCATION: This small casual Korean eatery is located on Kim Tian road which is walkable from Tiong Bahru MRT.


  • Reservation should be made 2 days in advance.
  • Only service charge applies, no GST
  • Image: Todamgol Korean Traditional Restaurant

Todamgol is considered as a successful step of those who have run the famous Kko Kko Nara restaurant since 2008. This restaurant is a new standout in Tanjong Pagar that offers Korean BBQ as well as Korean favorites such as bibimbap, pancake, and japchae. While dinner menu stands on the high side, its lunch menu is very affordable. Diners can definitely get a delicious lunch dish at S$12.


  • Dining in a traditional Korean village: On Tanjong Pagar road, if you catch sight of a Korean restaurant with rustic decoration, it would be Todamgol. The charm of climbing plants and village-related ornaments in front of the restaurant invites diners over while the cozy interior with wooden tables, old-fashioned chairs, and uniquely decorated walls makes diners feel like being in a Korean village.
  • Bibimbap – one of the best in Singapore: Ingredients that set bibimbap at Todamgol apart from its counterparts are the bibimbap sauce and a large amount of seaweed in each bowl. Taste it and feel how the light sesame flavor sauce brings out the difference of your favorite dish.
  • Pricey yet big: A Todamgol’s main dish costs more than other Korean eateries’, but its size will make any diners satisfied. Ranging between S$25 and S$35, Todamgol’s main courses are big enough for 3 persons to share.
  • Open till 3am: Looking for a Korean restaurant for late-night dining? Todamgol is a good choice.

BANCHAN: There are about 5 to 6 banchan served at Todamgol.


  • Bibimbap
  • Bu Dae Ji Gae
  • Beo Seot Bool Go Gi
  • Seafood pancake
  • Kim Chi Jun Gol
  • Sam Gyub Sal

DRINKS: Korean rice wine, liquor, hot tea, Korean cold beverages, and soft drinks are served at reasonable prices.

ATMOSPHERE: Todamgol is where Korean businessmen choose to have their meals, enticing food fragrances waft in the air and Kpop music is played in the background. The main seating area is quite spacious and comfortable. Private rooms are also available for large groups.



  • Reservation is highly recommended.
  • Some dishes are only available for lunch.

Jang Won is one of the best Korean restaurants in Chinatown. Run by a Korean family and followed by not only Korean diners but also Japaneses and locals, this restaurant is quite a find for those who prefer a touch of Korean in a less crowded environment.


  • A comfortable and relaxing atmosphere for enjoying Korean food right at Chinatown: Settled in hectic Chinatown, Jang Won is a gem among various Korean restaurants in the area. You can find there a more spacious dining room, a decorating style that gives you a glimpse of the quiet countryside, and most importantly, delicious dishes.
  • Kimchi jjigae – an enticing dish: This kimchi soup is highly recommended among food bloggers. With S$14, you will have a big, red, hot soup bowl with kimchi, tofu, and thinly sliced pork. Its color is enticing and its taste is a highway to heaven.
  • Private room available: Jang Won offers a private room suitable for a group of 15 people.

BANCHAN: Jang Won’s banchan menu is regularly rotated so you will have chances to taste different sets of banchan. Normally, there are 6 banchan served, which are complementary and refillable.


  • Kimchi chigae (kimchi soup)
  • So galbi (short pork rib)
  • Samgyeopsal (grilled pork belly)
  • Korean ginseng chicken soup
  • Kimchi pancake
  • Rabokki



  • Buses: 51, 63, 124, 174, 174E, 186, 851, 961, 961# and 970 (Walk 2 mins from bus stop B05131)
  • Nearest MRT station: Chinatown MRT (NE4) (Walk 1 min from Exit A)
  • Image: Wang Dae Bak Korean BBQ Restaurant

Wang Dae Bak Korean BBQ Restaurant is one of the most well known Korean BBQ restaurants in Singapore. As its name would suggest, the restaurant is specialized in serving high-quality BBQ dishes at affordable prices. Besides, a good selection of Korean favorites such as pancakes is also on offer.


  • It is a real charcoal BBQ: This sets Wang Dae Bak apart from others. Grill prime rib and pork belly over the charcoal fire; you will know how special and flavorful they are.
  • Free flow of egg BBQ: It sounds strange but is quite a highlight at Wang Dae Bak. Egg mix is poured around the side of the barbeque pan and what you need to do is wait until it turns fluffy. Half-cooked or well done are both awesome and wonderfully, it is free.
  • Huge size pancakes for sharing and filling: Served on bamboo-woven trays, Wang Dae Bak’s pancakes are really impressive with their huge portion and generous ingredients. If your pancake turns cold, grill it over the charcoal fire to taste it crispy until the last piece.

BANCHAN: There are 5 complimentary and refillable banchan served at Wang Dae Bak.


  • Prime rib
  • Spicy pork belly
  • Marinated chicken
  • Kimchi pancake
  • Seafood pancake
  • Spicy seafood tofu soup
  • Budae jjigae

ATMOSPHERE: Wang Dae Bak at China Square is much more spacious and convivial than its sister restaurant at Amoy street. During dinner time, it is packed with Koreans, Japaneses, and locals enjoying BBQ with soju. It is such an inspiring scene for anyone to start his order.



  • Reservation is highly recommended.
  • Free barley tea is served.
  • Each table is required to order at least 2 servings of meat.
  • Charcoal BBQ pans are only available at dinner time. Korean-style hotplates are used at lunchtime instead.
  • Image: SSIKKEK BBQ

If you are meat eaters, you can devour this rich protein flavor for your daily meals. Whenever you feel like having meat for lunch or dinner, head yourself to Ssikkek BBQ, it certainly satisfies your needs.


  • 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.

BANCHAN: Kimchi, potato salads, seasoned ikan bilis, fried glass noodles, seaweed soup, and many more delicious hot and cold dishes are displayed in huge trays for you to get with no limit.


  • Kimchi soup
  • Rice cakes
  • Pork belly


  • Monday to Friday: $14.00+ (lunch), $24.00+ (dinner)
  • Saturday and Sunday: $22.00+ (lunch), $24.00+ (dinner)

ATMOSPHERE: Simple setting with attracting K-pop performances shown on TV.

RECOMMENDED FOR: Friend gathering


  • Service: As a budget Korean BBQ restaurant, you are your own chef who takes food from the trays and grill it until it is perfect for your taste. There is no personalized service but the staff will offer help if required.
  • Long queue: Attractive to the young, Ssikkek is always packed. The queuing time may range from half an hour to one hour.
  • The heat: Entering the restaurant, you will immediately feel the heat just because you are in a BBQ restaurant with gas BBQ grills on every table.

TIP: Reservation must be done and you are advised to come on time; otherwise, your reservation will be canceled and you have to queue.

  • Image: 2D1N Soju Bang

If you love authentic Korean BBQ flavors, 2D1N Soju Bang Korean Restaurant is an ideal place for you. Located at Tanjong Pagar, known as Korean food road, 2D1N Soju Bang offers delicious BBQ at reasonable prices.


  • Cheap prices: At S$20+ per pax, diners can get a 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 flavors.

SERVICE: The aluminum sheet on the grill will be frequently replaced by the attentive staff. No matter how busy it is, tables are cleared quickly to cater to diners’ needs.

ATMOSPHERE: Two dining areas of 2D1N Soju Bang cater to different needs of diners: The downstairs area serves a la carte menu while the upstairs area available for buffet. In its smoky environment, there are Korean pop songs in the air and Seoul cityscape pictures on the wall. Febreze is provided at a door for diners to use before hitting the streets.


  • Long Queue: It takes half an hour to one hour to queue for a table at 2D1N Soju Bang. Chairs are provided outside for diners to rest on while waiting.
  • Side dishes: The selection of side dishes is limited as meat is the main focus of 2D1N Soju Bang.


  • Friends gathering
  • Family outing


  • Reservation is not accepted at 2D1N Soju Bang, so come early at around 17:15 to avoid long queues.
  • For those who walk from MRT, it is nearer to walk from Chinatown than Tanjong Pagar station to 2D1N Soju Bang.


  • Image: K.COOK Korean BBQ Buffet

K.COOK Korean BBQ Buffet is a place to head to when one has a sudden craving for Korean BBQ while being in Orchard. Yes, it is convenient. But more than that are its cheap prices, good service, and delicious food, all make up a worth-visiting restaurant.


  • Well-stocked buffet areas with a good spread of meats: All one needs for a satisfying Korean BBQ meal is available – cooked food, pickles, marinated and non-marinated meats, seafood, fruits, desserts, and soft drinks. Big meat eaters can make your pick from the pork belly, beef short rib, beef bulgogi, chicken sausages, squid, prawn, and much more.
  • Value for money weekday lunch buffets: The prices are very affordable and among the cheapest in Singapore for a Korean BBQ buffet! With lunch at just $14.90+ per pax, you will definitely get the bang for your buck at K Cook. Check out their Facebook page for regularly updated promotions, such as the 4-come-and-pay-3 promotion.
  • Korean BBQ with a view: Located on the 7th floor of Orchard Central, K Cook dining areas, including an air-conditioned room and an open-air area, serve diners with a nice view of Orchard Road. It seems a small spend for a little luxury.


  • Japchae
  • Pajeon
  • Spicy Chicken
  • Pork Belly


  • Lunch $14.90++
  • Dinner $24.90++
  • An additional charge of $ 2 applies on weekends and public holidays
  • Image: 8 Korean BBQ

Located at The Central in Clarke Quay, 8 Korean BBQ is a convenient spot for office workers to get bibimbap for lunch or party-goers to enjoy a hearty meal of grilled meat before hitting the clubs in Clarke Quay.


  • Premium BBQ meats: Unlike other BBQ restaurants in town that place the focus on the variety of meats, 8 Korean BBQ shines a light on the quality. Its a la carte style menu features premium meat options, from Mangalitza pork to Japanese Wagyu, Argentinian Grass Fed, and USDA Prime beef. This is good for when you want to treat your taste buds to something special.
  • Pork belly in 8 different flavors: Among the meats grilling on the hot BBQ plate, pork belly is always the most awaited. If you are a fan of this melt-in-the-mouth food, give the 8 Colours Set a try to taste pork belly in 8 different styles (original, wine, ginseng, garlic, curry, herb, miso, and red pepper paste) at a time. The price is not cheap ($98/set), so save it for a special occasion.
  • Addictive Makgeolli: Sweet rice wine to complement the grilled meat, can anything be better than this? The good news is that 8 Korean BBQ has really good Makgeolli on offer. Don’t miss out on trying their Yuza Makgeolli and Honey Makgeolli, which are so delicious and refreshing.


  • Kimchi
  • Pickled Daikon Radish
  • Pickled Daikon Radish In Soy Sauce & Chili
  • Soy Bean Sprouts
  • Pickled Cucumber
  • Potato Egg Salad
  • Boiled Spinach
  • Macaroni & Cheese


  • Kimchi fried rice ($8)
  • Ginseng Black Chicken soup
  • Yucha Makgeolli ($35)
  • Bibimbap bingsu ($28)


  • Image: Chicken Up

If you want to unwind with friends at a Korean fried chicken place, head yourselves to Chicken Up on Tanjong Pagar road. For first-timers who may ask “why we have to pay high prices just for fried chicken widely found in town?’ the answer is its excellent flavors and generous portions.


  • Fabulous chicken: At Chicken Up, the not-too-greasy, crunchy chicken skin and succulent, tender meat are what make the dish. Served piping hot on your table, Chicken Up’s crispy and lean version always makes people want more.
  • Wide variety of fried chicken: Yes, it is the true world of fried chickens with the presence of many attractive names like Spicy Up Chicken, Mild Up, Curry Up, YangNyum, Soya Chicken, Andong Stew, Popcorn Chicken, and Suicide chicken. Each of them has unique and tasty flavors that will certainly change your minds about fried chicken.
  • Chicken buffet: Available at $25 for all-you-can-eat chicken and additional $15 for all-you-can-drink beer. Chicken and beer lovers, this is one of your places.


  • Spicy Up
  • YangNyum
  • Popcorn chicken
  • Andong Stew
  • Soya Chicken
  • Ginseng chicken soup

SIDE DISHES: Complimentary salad and pickles are promptly served after being seated. Fishcake soup, cheese corn, and truffle fries are featured side dishes complementing well with fried chicken and the beers.

BEVERAGES: Popular Korean drinks like Hite, Soju, Asahi, and Maggoli are available.

ATMOSPHERE: Chicken Up is a cozy restaurant, offering diners two dining areas –  indoor air-conditioned seating and an alfresco outdoor venue. In nice weather evenings, outdoor seating with a vibrant street view is an ideal place to chill out. The indoor area is adorned with the displayed beers and soju and made lively by Korean MTVs shown on a big screen.

OPENING HOURS: Opened as late as 2 am, Chicken Up offers chicken lovers the choice of having their favorites for either dinner or supper.


  • Image: Kko Kko Nara Korean Restaurant

With the smooth vibe of Korean native language, diners at Kko Kko Nara Korean Restaurant will enjoy a delicious chicken plate with a feel of Korea. Unlike fast food places, Kko Kko Nara offers tasty fried chicken in a laid-back atmosphere.


  • Fried chicken in a pub-alike venue: Looking like a pub with a bar counter, cushion seats, dim light, and K-pop music playing in the background, Kko Kko Nara provides diners a relaxing environment to enjoy Korean fried chicken to the heart’s content.
  • A late-night spot for fried chicken: Open till 3 am, this located-on-Korean-street restaurant is a place to have delicious fried chicken and soju for your big supper.

FRIED CHICKEN FLAVORS: There are four different flavors on offer: original, soy garlic sauce, sweet & spicy, and hot & spicy. Combo set is a wise choice for those who want to have a mixed plate of all four flavors.


  • Korean Fried Chicken
  • Kimchi chigae
  • Spicy Korean Ramen

PRICE RANGE: $15 – $30


  • Reservations are advised for large groups or at dinner time.
  • Less cost if you have Kko Kko Nara’s dishes at lunchtime as dinners with at least $5 plus per dish are differently priced
  • Side dishes are non-refillable.
  • Some main dishes like Bibimbap, Bulgogi are not available at night.


  • Buses: 80 and 145 (Walk 2 mins from bus stop B05421)
  • Nearest MRT station: Tanjong Pagar MRT (EW15) (Walk 3 mins from Exit A)
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A real gourmet adventure is the so-called Hawker Center , where you can taste any Singaporean food at a minimal price. There are hundreds of fresh food stalls, usually outdoors. In addition to the iconic dishes of Singaporean cuisine , which we have already talked about, you can try many others here. For example, oysters fried with egg, or seafood barbecue, or the unusual but delicious and extremely popular Asian ice cream.Of course, it’s a little strange for us when, for example, red beans are included in ice cream.

Hawker Center are found throughout the city. This is a list of the largest:

  • Maxwell Road Hawker Center (MRT Station: Tanjong Pagar. Take Exit G to Maxwell Road)
  • Lau Pat Sat Festival Market (18 Raffles Quay, MRT Station: Raffles Place)
  • Glutton’s Bay (1 -15 Esplanade Mall, MRT Station: City Hall)
  • Newton Food Center (500 Clemenceau Avenue, MRT Station: Newton)
  • Chinatown Complex Food Center (335 Smith Street, Chinatown Complex, MRT Station: Chinatown)
  • Singapore Food Trail (MRT Station: Esplanade) – one of the most popular today “Hawker Center” is located at the first level of the Sigapore Flyer.

Of course, dining in such places is very unusual, but certainly exotic. It is difficult to navigate in so many dishes, and even more so in their unknown names. To do this, there are such a large number of pictures with images of dishes hanging in the food boxes – a hungry tourist just needs to point to the most appetizing one and name the number of his table in order to bring the prepared food there (or you will be given a stand with a number to find your table by number). National cuisine is also widely represented in the so-called Food Center or Kopitiam , which are literally in every shopping center.This is also a great opportunity to taste all the local delicacies at a reasonable price. The average cost of one meal in such places is about 4 SGD.

Singapore Restaurants

East Coast Seafood Center is considered the best place in Singapore to enjoy the freshest seafood. This is a foodcore and several restaurants by the sea, specializing in fish and seafood cuisine. It is here that you should try the famous “chili crab” or “peper crab”, luxurious lobster or king prawns, as well as many other dishes from marine life.Delicious! Food prices depend on the season and the level of the establishment. Roughly dinner at a restaurant will cost 30-40 SGD per person with an average appetite. This center is located at East Coast Parkway , it is better to get there by taxi.

Of course, that’s not all! Singapore offers you the widest choice of restaurants representing various cuisines of the world. If the mood requires, for example, Japanese cuisine, then you will get it at its best – Japanese restaurants are very popular in Singapore.As well as Thai, Korean, Vietnamese, Mongolian, French and, of course, Italian. There is even a Russian restaurant! I would only like to note that if you want to enjoy delicious food, then it is better to avoid overtly touristy places where, due to their super-attendance, it is impossible to get either special food or high-quality service. These are, for example, the crowded tourist areas of Clarke Quay and Boat Quay , which guidebooks recommend in the old way.

Buffets are a great way to sample a variety of local and international dishes. For Singaporeans, family Sunday brunch at a good hotel restaurant is an unbreakable tradition. Almost all hotels support it. One of the finest Sunday brunches in Singapore, at Hotel’s restaurant on Sentosa The Sentosa Resort and Spa . In the city, you can enjoy a gourmet lunch on the Singapore River embankment with brunch at Town Restaurant at the magnificent The Fullerton Hotel Singapore .And in the famous resort – Marina Bay Sands Singapore Hotel there is a wonderful food court with delicious dishes of various Asian cuisine at a very affordable price.

Since the time of British colonial rule, Singaporeans have become accustomed to the tradition of tea drinking High Tea . Many hotels and restaurants honor this tradition. Of course, tea is not the only thing served there. Guests are offered an excellent buffet of hot and cold appetizers, as well as amazing desserts.The landmark of Singapore, the famous historic Raffles Hotel , has one of the most famous and magnificent High Tea at Tiffin Room , from 3.30 pm to 5.30 pm daily. And our favorite spot for tea is the dizzying Equinox at Swissotel The Stamford . Only a table there needs to be booked in advance. Singapore hotels ask restaurant guests to comply with dress code smart casual .

We described some cafes and restaurants on Sentosa Island in article Casino Resorts World Sentosa .Well, if you want to enjoy the taste of Singaporean dishes at home, then at your service – Singaporean cuisine recipes .

Singapore’s finest restaurants and dining spots

Cosmopolitan Singapore is a vibrant mixture of cultures, traditions and peoples whose ancestors came here from different parts of the world. That is why the cuisine of this city is so varied. This vibrant metropolis is literally overflowing with tastes and smells.Check out the best restaurants in Singapore and enjoy some real culinary delights!

Best Chinese Restaurants in Singapore

The majority of Singapore’s population are ethnic Chinese. So it’s no surprise that some of the city’s best restaurants are Chinese. Here you can taste dishes prepared according to traditional recipes, get acquainted with regional cuisine, and surprise yourself with unusual combinations of flavors in establishments with a modern twist on fusion.

Wah Lok

Wah Lok , located just off Victoria Street, serves Cantonese cuisine including dim sum. The lunch and dinner menus are specialties with regional flavors. The dining area of ​​the establishment resembles a traditional Chinese courtyard. Restaurant Wah Lok is located in the 5-star Carleton Hotel Singapore , where guests can use a variety of services: fitness center, sauna, outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi in all rooms.

Min Jiang

The menu of the famous Chinese restaurant – Min Jiang – consists of Cantonese and Sichuan cuisine. In addition to delicious dim sum, here you can order delicious dishes in a beautiful presentation. Not far from the establishment is the 5-star Goodwood Park Hotel with a fitness center and an outdoor pool. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and airport transfers.

Summer Pavilion

When visiting Singapore, be sure to visit Summer Pavilion located at Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore .The Michelin-awarded establishment serves Cantonese and international cuisine. In the lunch menu you will find traditional dim sum, abalone, dumplings with mushrooms. Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore offers rooms with bay views and free Wi-Fi.


The Best Italian Restaurants in Singapore

People from all over the world have moved over the centuries Singapore bringing their culinary traditions.Italians are no exception. There are quite a few Italian restaurants in this city. Local chefs manage to add their own flavor to traditional dishes such as pizza and pasta. Explore some of the finest Italian restaurants in Singapore.

Bar Cicheti

Take a look at Cicheti , located in Chinatown at 10 Jiak Chuan Road. Inspired by the flavors of Italy, the menu of this delightful establishment is compiled by a local chef and features light snacks and homemade pasta.Not far from the restaurant is the 3.5-star hotel 1888 Collection . Its undoubted advantages are its convenient location and a wide range of amenities for guests: from air conditioning in rooms to free Wi-Fi. Hotel address: 20 Trengganu Street.

Dolce Vita

Lively Italian restaurant Dolce Vita is located in Singapore Marina Bay at 5 Raffles Avenue. This establishment serves authentic Italian delicacies.Taste the chef’s signature dish made with Buffalo Mozzarella, sourced in Southern Italy. The dining area offers serene pool views. We advise you to stay nearby – at the 5-star Marina Mandarin Singapore Hotel , which is located in the Marina Square shopping complex. It offers a sauna, outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi in all rooms.

Best Indian Restaurants in Singapore

Spicy and tangy Indian cuisine can be found all over the world.But it is in Singapore that Indian restaurants are especially good. You can find them all over the city. Visit places with the best Indian cuisine, some of which we will tell you about right now.

Jaggi’s Northern Indian Cuisine

Despite its modest appearance, Jaggi’s Northern Indian Cuisine is known throughout the city for its amazingly delicious food. Chicken in a creamy tomato sauce and other North Indian dishes emanating from this small establishment can be smelled almost throughout the area of ​​ Little India . Jaggi’s Northern Indian Cuisine is conveniently located at 34 Race Course Road. Next door is the cute Vintage Inn Singapore capsule hotel with free Wi-Fi and daily housekeeping services.


Yantra is a luxurious restaurant with a menu of northern Indian dishes. The dining area has a discreet ambiance and room for special events and private parties. Yantra is located inside Tanglin Mall at 163 Tanglin Road. There is also a 4-star hotel Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore by Shangri-La with an outdoor pool, air conditioning and free Wi-Fi in all rooms.

Punjab Grill

Take a look at one of the Punjab Grill restaurants for an extensive gastronomic map of India, where you will find regional dishes based on traditional recipes from almost every corner of this vast country.The most conveniently located branch Punjab Grill is located in Marina Bay , which is also known for its excellent hotels. One, Peninsula Excelsior Hotel , offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and an outdoor pool.

The Best Fish Restaurants in Singapore

Singapore is located on an island and is surrounded by the sea on all sides. Therefore, it is not surprising that this city is distinguished by an abundance of delicious fish and seafood, which can be tasted in numerous restaurants specializing in seafood.

Cajun on Wheels, Plaza Singapura

Check out Cajun on Wheels, Plaza Singapura , a certified halal Louisiana-style seafood diner. Great-tasting dishes are prepared in the usual shopping center Plaza Singapura . Nearby is the charming RedDoorz Plus Victoria , which offers air-conditioned rooms with Wi-Fi and airport transfers.

Dancing Crab

A visit to the Dancing Crab restaurant at VivoCity will be an unforgettable experience. The usually crowded establishment is famous for music, dancing and Boston lobster, which, like other seafood dishes, is served here in American and Singaporean style. Dancing Crab is a must-see item on the list of attractions for any visitor to Singapore. Stay next door at the 4-star Travelodge Harbourfront Singapore with a fitness center and outdoor pool.All rooms of the Travelodge Harbourfront Singapore are air conditioned and have free Wi-Fi.

Long Beach DEMPSEY

Don’t miss the critically acclaimed restaurant Long Beach DEMPSEY for the legendary crab in hot chili sauce. This famous seafood restaurant is located at 25 Dempsey Road. Nearby, the 5-star hotel Regent Singapore offers an outdoor pool and rooms with free Wi-Fi.


Best Sushi in Singapore

Multinational Singapore has long become one of the main gastronomic centers around the world. The variety of flavors, smells and cuisines here feel like nowhere else in Asia, and between the Chinese and Indian restaurants in this city, you can easily find establishments that prepare great Japanese sushi.


One of the oldest Japanese restaurants in the city – Nogawa – known for its freshest sushi.The complex lunch of the institution consists of a full set of freshly prepared sushi. Just a short walk from the restaurant is the 4-star Jen Orchardgateway Singapore by Shangri-La . In addition to the outdoor pool, guests are attracted by the convenient location close to public transport links.

Hokkaido Sushi

The relaxed atmosphere of the restaurant Hokkaido Sushi is comfortable and cozy for everyone. A sushi buffet is served in its dining room with wooden furnishings.Restaurant Hokkaido Sushi is located at Anson Road, 81, in the building of the 4-star M Hotel Singapore with a fitness center and outdoor pool.


Japanese restaurant Mikuni is a great choice for sushi lovers. The establishment has three zones: one for teppanyaki, another for robatayaki, and the third for sushi itself. Stay nearby at the 4-star Mercure Singapore Bugis with an outdoor pool.It offers free Wi-Fi in all rooms and an airport shuttle.

Where to stay and what to visit

Check In to InterContinental Singapore , a 5-star hotel with a fitness center, outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi in all rooms. Travel to Kampong Glam and visit Sushi Airways , which has an aviation-themed interior. Here you can try sushi, the taste of which is always “at its best”.

Where to stay and what to visit

Check In to the Meriton Hotel , a 2-star hotel located in Little India, 43A Jalan Besar. Its rooms are equipped with air conditioning and Wi-Fi. The hotel is within walking distance of Jalan Besar Metro Station , providing guests with quick and convenient access to any part of the city. Head to Nox – Dine in the Dark , a quirky establishment offering a three-course set dinner in total darkness.

Where to stay and what to visit

Check In to The Westin Singapore, a 5-star hotel with a fitness center and spa and free Wi-Fi in all rooms. Head to the unique floating restaurant Stewords Riverboat , which consists of two establishments: Mexican Grill Bar Santa Fe Tex-Mex Grill and gastropub Wood & Steel . In fine weather, guests can stay on top of the three-deck river boat.The ship only looks real and ready to go on a river trip. In fact, it is used exclusively as a restaurant where guests can enjoy delicious dishes accompanied by a gentle sea breeze.


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Seoul – sights of the main city of South Korea in the guide 34travel

Tourist classic

Five royal palaces of the Joseon Dynasty await the meticulous tourist in Seoul – that is, everyone who ruled the country from the 14th to the 19th centuries.It is not necessary to visit all five, the main thing is to visit two of them: Gyeongbokgung Palace (161 Sajik-ro, Jongno-gu) with a secret garden and Changdeokgung Palace (99, Yulgok-ro, Jongno-gu) , more secluded, especially beautiful in autumn. A ticket to the main palace of Gyeongbokgung costs $ 3 for an adult, $ 1.5 for youth. The palace is closed on Tuesday. You can get there by subway – Gyeongbokgung Station Line 3 (Exit 5). Do not miss the opportunity to watch the changing of the guard in national costumes (takes place every hour on the square in front of the palace).To the palace Changdeokgung the price is exactly the same and it is also easy to get to it by metro – Anguk Station Line 3 (Exit 3), walk straight from the exit for about five minutes ahead.

Another significant place in Seoul – Gwanghamun Square (76-2 Sejong-ro, Jongno-gu) – on it you will find a monument to Admiral Lee Sun Sin and the inventor of Korean writing, King Sejong.

In front of the square there is a symbol of Seoul – Cheonggyecheon stream, which is almost invisible, but especially good in summer and autumn, when lush trees turn green or yellow around, and locals arrange light festivals.Then installations are placed on the water, which light up at night and look like volumetric colored sculptures. An excellent sight!

Bukchon Hanok Village (Samcheong-dong, Jongno-gu) . Check out this folk village if you’re interested in seeing how people lived in South Korea a long time ago. It is an open-air museum of small tiled houses selling souvenirs, tea ceremonies and small museums that tell the story of the city.Very large-scale “Dudutki”.

Seodaemun Prison (251, Tongil-ro, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul) is a former prison that housed political prisoners from 1907 to 1987. One of her prisoners was once South Korean President Lee Myung-bak, who was serving time for participating in a student demonstration after the Korea-Japan relationship agreement. At the moment, the prison houses a historical museum, where you can view documentary materials, wander through the spacious corridors along the former cells and see what the torture rooms used to be.

Demilitarized Zone DMZ is one of the most visited places by foreign tourists. Getting to the border with North Korea is possible only as part of an organized bus tour. From Freedom House, tourists can observe the North Korean side through binoculars. Also, depending on the chosen tour, you will have the opportunity to go down into the underground military tunnel and visit the “blue houses” of the UN. Inside them is the official border of the two countries – an invisible line dividing South and North Korea.

Seoul modern

Seoul Tower (105, Namsangongwon-gil, Yongsan-gu) – here from Namsan Mountain you can see Seoul as if in the palm of your hand from a height of 236 m.You don’t have to climb the tower itself – the view at its foot from the open observation deck the platform is not much different from the view a little higher, but behind the glass. You can go up and down the tower by funicular, but if you like to walk a lot and want to save an extra $ 5 dollars, stomp your feet.

Seoul City Hall (110 Sejong-daero (31 Taepyeongno 1 (il) -ga)) – the administrative building of the city hall, entering which you will see how the Koreans deftly intertwine high-tech design with natural objects. On the first floor of the City Hall, the walls and ceilings are covered with green plants, giving the impression of a garden inside a skyscraper. By the way, in front of the city hall from late December to mid-February, the largest public skating rink in Seoul is opening, where you can go ice skating for only $ 1.50, the rental price of which is included in the ticket price.

63 Building (50 63-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu) is the tallest skyscraper in the metropolis, which is also called the “gold bar”. The sun’s rays blur the boundaries between concrete and glass, and the lighting creates a new one-piece object, as if made of precious metal. Here, on the observation deck, from the 63rd floor, you can admire the Hangang River, and on a clear day you can even see the sea. Price $ 20.


Bukhansan National Park (Mangwol-ro, Uijeongbu-si, Gyeonggi-do) is a national park that was opened in 1983.and since then it has attracted hikers. Each climbing route is divided into levels and you can choose either the easiest or the most difficult, depending on your equipment and skill. The park is free and, in addition to the breathtaking views of the city and mountain peaks, you can find yourself in small secluded Buddhist temples. You need sports clothes, boots with grooved soles, a backpack with snacks and drinking water – once you start climbing, you will not be able to buy provisions. If you do not take the easiest route, it is a good idea to have gloves and poles for Nordic walking.It doesn’t matter if you don’t have any of this – at the entrance to the park there are a large number of outlets with everything you need. Alone in this park you run the risk of getting lost, so enabled GPS and good company are desirable.

Seoul Forest (273, Ttukseom-ro, Seongdong-gu) . A small municipal park where you can walk and feed the deer by purchasing food for a dollar from a vending machine. Tame, arrogant and a meter away from you – where else will you see this.

Olympic Park (424, Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu) .The largest park in the city, which was built for the 1986 Asian Games and was included in the list of Olympic venues for the 1988 Seoul Olympics.In this park, you can rent a bike, play tennis, go to the history museum, look at cool sculptural compositions and even a functioning mill.

Lotte World (Subway line 2, Jamsil Station, exit 4) . The world’s largest indoor amusement park. Lotte World can be called entertaining and entertaining, but not extreme – it is more likely to come to children.There is also a large ice skating rink and a cinema.

Everland (199, Everland-ro, Pogok-eup, Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do) . Come here if you like extreme. The park is located outside the city, so the best way to get there is by car or bus. It is better to allocate a whole day for visiting, because the territory is large, there are many attractions, everyone wants to visit. A weekday will be the best time to come here, on weekends there is a risk of getting stuck in queues for a long time.Take a ride on the T Express wooden slide that literally takes you into the sky.

For art lovers

Leeum Samsung Museum of Art (60-16, Itaewon-ro 55-gil, Yongsan-gu) Museum of the Korean giant Samsung, where for only $ 10-15 you can see works of traditional Korean art of the XIV century. as well as works by contemporary Korean and foreign artists (Willem de Kooning, Gerhard Richter, Mark Rothko, Andy Warhol, compositions by Anish Kapoor and Olafur Eliasson).

National Museum of Korea (137 Seobinggo-ro, Yongsan-gu) – more than 10 thousand exhibits of ancient art made of stone, wood, ceramics. If you want to feel the traditional art – head here.

Seoul Arts Center (2406, Nambusunhwan-ro, Seocho-gu) . A large area, which, in addition to exhibition halls, where the works of artists from all over the world are periodically exhibited, is a concert hall, an opera house, cafes, shops and restaurants.

Daelim Museum, D Museum (21, Jahamun-ro 4-gil, Jongno-gu and 5-6, Dokseodang-ro 29-gil) . Two museums that position themselves as museums of contemporary art and belong to the same company. These museums are equipped with the latest technology and approach the organization of exhibitions with special trepidation – each object will be in its place, there will be an explanation for it. The museums have shops with specialized art literature and cafes.

Dongdaemun Design Plaza (281, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu) .This facility was designed by the world famous architect Zaha Hadid. It is in DDP that the main events of the fashion world take place, such as the show of the Chanel cruise collection. If you go around the Plaza around the perimeter, you will find a kind of field with artificial flowers that are illuminated at night. It’s worth coming, if only for the sake of him.

Trick Eye Museum (20, Hongik-ro 3-gil, Mapo-gu) . Museum of Optical Illusions, where you can take a lot of funny photos, which you will then mislead all your friends.Here you are flying in a balloon, and here you are hanging in the air. $ 15 and a good mood for two hours are guaranteed.

Simone Handbag Museum (17 Dosan-Daero 13 Gil (Sinsa-Dong), Gangnam-gu, Seoul, 135-889) is a unique bag museum. There are about 300 items on display: from handbags of noble ladies of the 16th century to iconic models of the world’s most famous brands. There is a similar museum only in Amsterdam, so if you are interested in haute couture and the history of jewelry, be sure to drop by here.

Vinyl & Plastic By Hyundai Card (683-131 Hannam-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul) is a must-see for music lovers. In this center, which is a shop, a cafe, and a music library at the same time, you can not only buy vinyl records with your favorite music, music speakers and players, but also listen to your favorite tracks absolutely free of charge. The Vinyl & Plastic Music Library, which is located in a building nearby, has 10,000 music records and over 3,000 music books, but unlike a shop-cafe, you can only enter it with a special membership card.

90,000 Gastronomic trends of 2018 | BURO.

What awaits the gastronomic world in 2018? If it is easy to follow trends in fashion and beauty, some replace others in a timely and logical manner, then the situation is different with food. It is impossible to answer in monosyllables that last year the trend was Israeli cuisine, and next year everyone will get carried away with Peruvian. A lot depends on the countries, people who bring certain products and technologies to the world market.But there are trends, and it is very interesting to track them.

Middle East, India, Mexico

The wide and vibrant cuisine of these countries, with their bold flavors and creative weaving of spices, is gaining momentum, and next year it has every chance of becoming the most popular, predicts Whole Foods. Tkhina (sesame paste), skhug (Yemeni hot sauce), za’atar (mixture of Middle Eastern herbs), curry in its wide variety, mono-cafe with tacos and churros – the guest was ready for an abundance of spices and fresh combinations.

Street Food

Now even Michelin recognizes street food in its guide. In 2016, Jang Hong Myung received his star in Singapore. A street vendor has a modest Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle stall where he cooks soy-sauce chicken with rice. And this is an interesting case when the first place is not the place, but the food itself. They cooked food on the street at all times, but only now it has become a public view among chefs, guides and all foodies.Fried noodles, tacos on Indian paratha (flatbread), hot dog with pork belly, famous Momofuku chicken wings, BBQ ribs with Cuban mojo (variation of salsa) – people love easy-to-eat food, hence its popularity. And desperate food fanatics are always ready to rush to Penang or Istanbul just for a noodle or fish sandwich.

Korean Food

Korean cuisine is no longer Asian cuisine, but world cuisine.In 1993, New York Times food critic Ruth Reichl wondered why Korean cuisine is not popular in the United States. Although it contains real culinary wealth: tofu, bibimbap, seafood pancakes, kimchi and other fermented vegetables. Captured and fell in love with the Korean cuisine of Americans only two decades later. Thanks to two Korean Americans, David Chang and Roy Choi, the country’s most influential chefs for the past 10 years. The first is David Chang – an important person in the New York and the American restaurant industry in general, the founder of the Momofuku empire and the creator of Lucky Peach magazine.Roy Choi is the founder of the Kogi BBQ trailer network. 300-500 people gathered in Los Angeles to try his Korean-Mexican fast food, which, thanks to its intense taste and bright combination, became an incredible discovery. In 2008, Roy Choi was named the best chef in the United States, and the film “Chef on Wheels” was made based on his story.

Bowl! Bowl! Bowl!

The boom on the bowl (“bowl” in English) happened in America.First, among the adherents of a healthy diet, vegetarians, raw foodists, athletes and vegans who fell in love with smoothies with nutritious topping (seeds, fruits, berries, herbs, nuts) from a deep plate. Today, bowling is not only the prerogative of healthy people and vegans. In a bowl, mix cereals, fiber, protein, herbs, fried vegetables and all kinds of dressings. After taking a decent portion of a balanced meal, you do not feel hungry, but you also do not feel heaviness, as after a plate of pasta. Perfect harmonious food in terms of taste and health.

Bread is back

Today any self-respecting restaurant and chef strives to bake their own bread. Chefs, bakers and even home enthusiasts are experimenting with sourdough, grinding flour using ancient grains, and reverting to older cooking techniques. If you are interested in bread more than an ordinary consumer and you are haunted by greedy curiosity, then a book has been published for you, almost a gastronomic bible about bread – Modernist Bread: The Art and Science.


Locally grown, restaurant or restaurant-grown products have been the subject of much talk over the past few years. Own vegetable gardens at restaurants are a common theme in the West. One of the founders of this idea is Dan Barber. The American chef and food theorist has opened his second Blue Hill restaurant in Stone Barnes, a science hub dedicated to promoting organic food, sustainable farming and other health benefits.All of the food Dan uses in his cooking is local grown. The bacon is smoked in a local smokehouse, and he feeds the chickens with red pepper, which gives the egg yolk a red hue. In Moscow, brothers Ivan and Sergei Berezutsky are now doing this. Their new restaurant, Twins Garden, has their own 50-hectare farm in the Kaluga region, where they grow vegetables, herbs and keep Nubian goats and fish. The rest of the restaurateurs and chefs, who cannot afford this luxury, tend to use local products.Our local chefs are also trying to adhere to this correct trend.


Everyone is trying to keep up with the new sixth taste “umami”, and one of the technologies that helps in this is fermentation. All processes that occur under the influence of bacteria, enzymes and fungi are called fermentation. In non-chemical terms, these are the well-known processes of fermentation and oxidation. This is not a new technology, everyone is familiar with sauerkraut and kombucha, but it is thanks to knowledge in the field of chemistry that chefs manage to surprise the gastronomic world.In Noma, pork tenderloin is used to prepare an analogue of tuna shavings for dashi broth (dashi): the tenderloin is simmered in sous-form, smoked on sawdust and sown with Aspergillus fungus. The meat is fermented and dried at the same time, and then used for shavings. By the way, a newfangled product – kombucha – has come to replace kombucha. This is a sweet and sour carbonated drink originally from China, which can already be found in craft bars and on the shelves of interesting supermarkets.

Of course, these trends don’t happen all at once.Not everything will reach the Kazakh gastronomic market, it is logical – we are just beginning our restaurant and gastronomic history. So, you won’t surprise our guest with Korean food, but you need to understand that this is a very adapted Korean cuisine. Not all chefs in our country turn to seasonality and locality, use products at the peak of their good condition, but in vain. With street food, in my opinion, we will not soon have love, here we need to remember that for the development of this direction of gastronomy, a decent flow of pedestrians and suitable places are needed.While with fermentation, some chefs are already familiar. Of all the above trends, the Kazakh guest is most ready for the Middle East today. But the good news is that we have more and more progressive chefs burning with ideas, which means that changes are just around the corner.

Tour to North Korea: Learning Korean in the DPRK + excursions

Day 0 – 07/14/2019

Departure from Moscow to Vladivostok by regular flight.

Day 1 – 15.07.2019 Pyongyang

12:20 – departure from Vladivostok by regular flight of Air Koryo JS-272. Aircraft type – An-148, Tu-204-300 or Tu-204-100. The flight time is 1 hour 20 minutes. Arrival in Pyongyang at 12:30.

Meeting at the airport by Russian-speaking guides.

Lunch at one of the Pyongyang restaurants.

Inspection of the monumental sculptural ensemble on the Mansu hill .It is located in the center of Pyongyang and was erected to commemorate the 60th birthday of Kim Il Sung in 1972. In 2012, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of his birth, the ensemble was supplemented with bronze statues of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il. On either side of the statues are two large sculptural groups that tell the story of the Korean Revolution. The height of each monument is 22.5 m, and the number of sculptures is 229. The total area of ​​the ensemble is 240 thousand square meters. m. Inspection of this sight will allow you to get to know the history of socialist Korea and understand its spiritual world.The hill also offers beautiful panoramic views of Pyongyang.

Inspection Triumphal Gates . They were built in 1982 in honor of the 70th birthday of Kim Il Sung, thanks to whom the armed anti-Japanese struggle ended in victory and who returned to his homeland in triumph. Gate height – 60 m, width – 52.5 m.

Accommodation and rest in the hotel “Sosan” 4 *.

Dinner at the hotel restaurant.

The hotel has various souvenir shops, tea shops, buffets, restaurants, a swimming pool, a sauna, entertainment facilities, including karaoke and billiards.On the top floor there is a revolving belvedere restaurant.

Day 2 – 16.07.2019 Pyongyang

Breakfast at the hotel.

3 Korean lessons at Pyongyang Tourism University.

Lunch at a city restaurant.

Inspection of the Juche Idea Monument is the tallest stone monument in the world, it reaches 150 m in height.Make sure to take the elevator (ticket – about 5 euros) to the top of the tower to gain access to a circular view of Pyongyang from a bird’s eye view …

Inspection Monument in honor of the founding of the Labor Party of Korea – unveiled in 1995 (84 Juche) during the most severe economic crisis in the country, called the “Difficult Trek” by Koreans. The monument depicts a peasant’s sickle, a worker’s hammer and an intellectual’s brush, fastened together. The round hoop symbolizes the unanimity and cohesion of the leader, party and people.

Visit art studio “Mansuda” – places of creative inspiration for most of the country’s artists.Juche paintings, mosaics and statues are born here. You will have the opportunity to visit several different studios and buy any work you like.

Visit Pyongyang Metro – one of the deepest metro in the world. The interiors of the stations are stunning, with delightful mosaics and marble decoration of the stations open before your eyes. This is a great chance to immerse yourself in the daily life of the capital’s residents.

Dinner at a city restaurant.

Rest in the hotel “Sosan”.

Day 3 – 17.07.2019 Pyongyang


3 Korean lessons at Pyongyang Tourism University.

Lunch at a city restaurant.

Bicycle ride through the whole city. The route starts at Munsu Water Park, follows Future Street across Okryu Bridge and passes by the Monument of Juche Ideas and the Monument to the Founding of the Labor Party of Korea.

Dinner at a city restaurant.

Rest in the hotel “Sosan”.

Day 4 – 18.07.2019 Pyongyang


3 Korean lessons at Pyongyang Tourism University.

Lunch at a local restaurant.

Visit People’s Study Palace – one of the most famous buildings in Pyongyang.It is located in Kim Il Sung Square. The palace was built in traditional Korean style in 21 months. It was opened in April 1982 to commemorate Kim Il Sung’s 70th birthday.

Visit Korean Art Gallery – this exhibition presents a large number of the rarest ancient works, as well as works of socialist realism.

For add. fee – ride a ferry on the Taedon River.

Walk along the embankment near the main square of the capital.

Inspection Taedong Gate and Pyongyang Bell – one of the national treasures. The bell rang to announce the invasion, natural disaster, New Year’s Day and other major events and activities. It was cast in 1726 during the Li Dynasty.

Dinner at a local restaurant.

Rest at the hotel.

Day 5 – 07.19.2019 Pyongyang


3 Korean lessons at Pyongyang Tourism University.

Lunch at a local restaurant.

Visit Mangenda , where Kim Il Sung’s Home is located.

Inspection Mangyongdae Palace of Pioneers and Schoolchildren – a recently renovated center for children’s extracurricular education and the development of creativity. The palace was opened in 1989. It is a striking example of postmodern architecture. The main building resembles a mother hugging a child.

Dinner at a local restaurant.

Rest at the hotel.

Day 6 – 20.07.2019 Pyongyang


3 Korean lessons at Pyongyang Tourism University.

Lunch at a local restaurant.

Visit Korean War Museum , which was opened by leader Kim Jong-un in 2013 after extensive renovation.The museum is dedicated to the Korean War 1950-53. between South and North. Here you will see the US spy ship Pueblo – the only US ship hijacked by a foreign power – as well as a host of American captured weapons and downed aircraft. The museum showcases history on large-scale displays and dioramas.

Visit to Gwangbok supermarket.

Dinner at a supermarket restaurant.

Return to the hotel.

Day 7 – 21.07.2019 Sariwon


Transfer to Sariwon – Pyongyang’s satellite, known as its southern gate. Sariwon, with a population of over 300,000, is one of the most densely populated cities in the DPRK. This city is famous for its makgeolli, a traditional Korean rice wine.

Drive to Mount Jonban 481 m high. It is located near Sariwon and is famous for its many places with beautiful views of the surrounding area.Also on this mountain is a fortress from the Goryeo dynasty.

Visit Seongbul Temple – one of the famous Buddhist temples in Korea. It was built in 898 and rebuilt during the Goryeo Dynasty.

Visit Migok Cooperative Farm . Here you will have a unique opportunity to meet Korean peasants and take part in the work on the fields of the North Korean state farm!

Lunch at a local restaurant.

Walk along Sariwon National Crafts Street – an excellent place to get acquainted with Korean customs and traditional crafts.

Moving to Kaesong – the capital of Korea until the 15th century. It is the only city in Korea that has retained its original historical appearance as it was not destroyed during the Korean War. There are 12 historical sites included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Kaesong is considered the birthplace of the best Korean ginseng – you will have a chance to buy products from it.

University Sungkyunkwan – the oldest Confucian university in Korea, founded in the X century. Since 1987, it has been home to the Goryeo Museum. You will see one of the oldest wooden buildings in the DPRK. In the vicinity of the museum there are several places from the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Walk in Zanam Park – It is located on a hill above Kaesong. This is a great place to admire the wonderful panorama of the old city.

Inspection Songjuk Bridge – a stone bridge dating from 1216.Included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Check-in at the folklore hotel “Minseok” – a cozy hotel in the traditional Korean style, where guests sleep on a heated floor.

Dinner at a traditional Korean restaurant, served on the floor.

Day 8 – 22.07.2019 Kaesong


Walk through the historical part of Kaesong, to South Gate of Kaesong – the remains of the ancient capital of Korea.

Visit Tombs of the Gonmin ruler – the original mausoleum of the 31st ruler of the Goryeo dynasty and his wife, dating back to the 14th century.

Moving to Panmunjom – the place where the armistice negotiations between the DPRK and the USA took place in 1953. Next, you will see the Panmungak Building, located just a few meters from the Demarcation Line, from where the territory of South Korea is beautifully viewed. You will have a chance to enter the “blue houses of negotiations” located directly on the border of the two countries.The demarcation line runs in the middle of the negotiating table in one of the houses, and this is the only place where you can freely cross the Demarcation Line between the DPRK and South Korea.

Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) is a strip of land that crosses the Korean Peninsula from west to east and serves as a buffer zone between North and South Korea. Despite its name, it is one of the most militarized places on the planet.

Lunch at the “Tonir” restaurant.The name of the restaurant in translation means “Association”. This is one of the most famous restaurants in Kaesong, where you can enjoy a multi-course lunch. Those wishing to expand the menu will try the famous Korean delicacies: dog soup and chicken soup with ginseng (for an additional fee).

Concrete wall , which stretches across the entire peninsula. It was built by South Korea in 1979. From the side of this country, it looks like a natural hill, and from the side of the DPRK – like a sheer wall.Most South Koreans know nothing about this wall.

Drive to Paken Waterfall . They are located 25 km from Kaesong. Pakyeong – famous Korean waterfalls 37 m high.

Return to Pyongyang.

Inspection Monument of the Three Charters for the Reunification of the Motherland , symbolizing the dream of Koreans about the reunification of the Korean Peninsula. The monument is presented in the form of two Korean women in national costumes, holding the Korean Peninsula on both sides.Located on the road to DMZ, at the exit from Pyongyang.

Dinner at the famous Grilled Duck restaurant.

Return to the hotel.

Day 9 – 07/23/2019 Pyongyang


3 Korean lessons at Pyongyang Tourism University.

Lunch at the Chongryu restaurant.

Visit of the Science Center of the Future , a newly built, futuristic-style natural science museum and library.

For add. fee (5-10 euros) – visit to the sports and recreation complex “ Ryugyon “, opened in 2012. This ultra-modern complex includes baths, beauty and massage salons, a gym, an ice rink and even a roller-skating park.

NEW ! Visit Pyongyang Food Festival , which will be held on Ryumyong Street. You will learn how to make summer kimchi, Korean noodles, and bean pancakes.

Dinner of the dishes prepared by you.

Rest at the hotel.

Day 10 – 07/24/2019 Pyongyang


3 Korean lessons at Pyongyang Tourism University.

Lunch at a local restaurant.

Visit Kim Il Sung University Library .

For add.fee (2-5 euros) – visit Pyongyang Zoo , which opened after reconstruction in 2016.

Walk along Ryumyon street . Opened in April 2017, this modern street represents a new chapter in the history of Pyongyang associated with the activities of Kim Il Sung. Here is one of the new skyscrapers of the capital – a 70-storey residential complex.

Dinner at one of the nearby restaurants.

Rest at the hotel.

Day 11 – 25.07.2019 Pyongyang


3 Korean lessons at Pyongyang Tourism University.

Lunch at a local restaurant.

Plunge into the sports life of the capital together with the students and teachers of the University of Tourism and try yourself in various sports.

Visiting the sauna or swimming pool in health and sports complex “Changwan” .

Dinner at the restaurant.

Rest at the hotel.

Day 12 – 26.07.2019 Pyongyang


3 Korean lessons at Pyongyang Tourism University.

Lunch at a local restaurant.

Visit Pyongyang Jun 9 High School Korea-New Zealand Friendship School.

For add.fee (20 euros) – visit Pyongyang State Circus.

Visit to the brewery and bar, where you will be offered to taste several types of delicious local beer and a wide selection of international dishes (drinks are paid by the tourist himself).

Dinner at a local restaurant.

Rest at the hotel.

Day 13 – 27.07.2019 Pyongyang


Walk along the square of Mansuda fountains . In this park, there are several graceful fountains in the form of dancing women. The highest stream of the fountain is 80 m high.

Walk in Moran Park . It is a popular weekend getaway, with locals having picnics, dancing, and singing songs.

Lunch at a local restaurant.

Mass Dance is one of the most famous spectacles in North Korea.Students from local universities go out to one of the city’s central squares and dance traditional Korean dances.

For add. fee – visiting the shooting gallery “Mary”. This is an indoor complex with a 25-meter and 50-meter shooting range, as well as an archery area (including shooting at live birds). Payment for each shot on the spot.

For add. fee – visit to the bowling alley “Golden Path”. This is a huge entertainment complex where you can watch the game of local talents, play bowling yourself and relax after a long day trip.The complex is located near the shooting range.

A unique opportunity to go to the cinema in North Korea! For add. For a fee, you can visit the cinema “Ryumyon” – a modern popular cinema, open on the street of the same name. Check out Korean dramas here.

Visit to a beer bar (at own expense).

Dinner at a local restaurant.

Rest at the hotel.

Day 14 – 28.07.2019 Myohan


Moving to Mount Myohyang – “mountains of mysterious aroma”, one of the five famous mountains of Korea. According to legend, they were the home of the ruler of Tangun, the ancestor of the Korean people. In 2009, UNESCO declared Mount Myohyang a World Biosphere Reserve.

Visit to International Friendship Exhibition – the world’s largest treasury. It displays gifts received by the DPRK leaders over the years.One of the buildings houses gifts to President Kim Il Sung (including railroad cars, cars, and even an AN plane donated by the Soviet government), while a smaller building holds gifts to leader Kim Jong Il.

Visit Bohyun Temple – one of the five famous Buddhist temples in Korea, built almost 1,000 years ago.

Lunch at the Shangri-La hotel.

Walk in Manpok Valley . In Korean, “manpok” means “valley of ten thousand waterfalls.”This route is about 8 km long (circular), with secluded hermitages, caves, waterfalls and mountain pavilions.

Return to Pyongyang.

Dinner at the Pottongan restaurant.

Rest at the hotel.

Day 15 – 07/29/2019 Nampo


Moving to Nampo is the gateway to Pyongyang on the west coast of Korea, the fourth largest city in the DPRK.

Visit Kangso Mineral Water Factory . This is one of the few places where you can see mineral water being bottled from source to packaging. After the tour, tourists can taste the local water.

Drive to West Korean Sea Dam (Yellow Sea) – built from 1981 to 1986. This 8-kilometer-long dam is a source of pride for the DPRK.

Lunch at a local restaurant.

NEW! Visit Daean Glass Factory .

Return to Pyongyang.

Dinner at a local restaurant.

Rest at the hotel.

Day 16 – 07/30/2019 Pyongyang


3 Korean lessons at Pyongyang Tourism University.

Lunch at a local restaurant.

Headquarters of the Korean People’s Army – control center during the Korean War 1950-53.

Inspection Friendship Tower in Pyongyang – a monument in honor of the Chinese volunteers who participated in the Korean War 1950-53.

City walk.

Dinner at a local restaurant.

Rest at the hotel.

Day 17 – 07/31/2019 Pyongyang


3 Korean lessons at Pyongyang Tourism University.

Lunch at a local restaurant.

Visit Museum of the Korean Revolution , which is a system of bunkers and tunnels that have survived from the Korean War.

Visit to the amusement park “Mangyongdae” . This is a huge amusement park located in the suburbs of Pyongyang. It is here that the largest roller coaster in the country is located.

Dinner at a local restaurant.

Rest at the hotel.

Day 18 – 08/01/2019 Pyongyang


Time for exams!

After the exam, while your work is being checked, you will drive to Ryongak Mountain, or in Korean – to Dragon Mountain. It is located in the suburbs of Pyongyang, at the highest point it reaches 292 m. From the top, a magnificent view of Pyongyang opens up. It is a popular hiking and barbecue area among the metropolitan.

Outdoor picnic .

Korean Language Course Graduation Ceremony.

Lunch at a local restaurant.

Visit Exhibition of Three Revolutions , demonstrating the technological, cultural and ideological progress of the nation. The central building is shaped like a planet with a ring, reminiscent of Saturn. The dome itself is a planetarium.

Visit Kaesong Youth Amusement Park , one of the most popular amusement parks that has recently been renovated. Great place to take pictures with the locals.

Dinner at a local restaurant.

Rest at the hotel.

Day 19 – 08/02/2019


Departure to Vladivostok.

Arrival in Vladivostok, departure to Moscow by regular flight.

USA Memphis How to cook meat without burning your lawns. Memphis BBQ Championship

There are many variations on the origin of the word barbecue. It is attributed to French travelers, Spanish conquistadors, and even Indians.It was first documented in 1759 in an English newspaper. Then a Christian vicar who came from America said that the locals love to relax in nature and fry meat on a grill called “barbecue”.

The history of American barbecue has deep roots – it is known that Abraham Lincoln, a great lover of this dish, after taking office as president, organized mass festivities at which people ate fried pork ribs and proclaimed the glory of independence.The history is connected with the city of Memphis itself, which the French, Spaniards, British and even the inhabitants of the Caribbean islands managed to visit. On its territory lived the tribes of the Chickasaw Indians, who, communicating with the settlers, including, taught them the recipe for cooking meat. The Indians dried it in the hot sun, and a large number of flies were driven away from the fire with the help of smoke – the meat itself was smoked and became especially tasty.

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Subsequently, Memphis became one of the key points in the slave trade, which could not but affect the composition of the population – today African Americans make up two-thirds of the city’s population.It is possible that the recipe for the famous smoked ribs was invented by the Negro population – the white traders took the most juicy cuts of meat for themselves, and the slaves were given what was left, including the ribs. In order to somehow soften the meat, the Negroes cooked it by smoking it on the fire and it turned out to be so tasty that after a while the “recipe” was borrowed by the rest of the population. And with the adoption of independence, grilled meat has become a kind of symbol of America’s liberation from the shackles of the slave trade. This is the trick of the barbecue championship – the rallying of the whole city, because there is nothing better than putting everyone together at the same table.

In May, in Memphis, there is no escaping the aroma of fried pork, people pull their barbecues and grills out into the street, farmers put up the best products for sale, a general holiday reigns everywhere. Everyone is equal here: black and white, thin and fat, women and men, congressmen and workers from the factory. The indicator of coolness in a championship is how great you are at barbecuing.

During the days of the event, Memphis is overwhelmed with crowds of visitors. The championship is held in Tom Lee Park – 33 acres on the banks of the Mississippi River are filled with tents, vans and mobile homes, and just hand-built huts from everything that comes to hand.By the way, the competition starts here. One of them includes a competition for the best home design. As soon as people do not show their imagination: someone makes a kiosk in the form of a fire engine, others decorate a dwelling in the form of a pig, and still others turn their mini-van into a small Gothic castle.

By the way, anyone can get to the championship – you just need to buy tickets that appear on sale in advance. The price for such an event is low – from 5 to 9 dollars per day of attendance.

There are a lot of options to have fun on the territory of the Memphis May festival (of which the championship is). First, farmers from all over the state put their produce up for sale in an informal competition. Rustic delicacies can always be purchased at a low price. Secondly, games, relay races, numerous competitions, theatrical and circus performances are held on the street. But most importantly, we must not forget that Memphis is adjacent to Nashville, the cradle of country music, and therefore a huge number of musicians come to the championship, whose performances can be listened to for free.

But music is music, and first of all, it is still a barbecue championship, the prize fund of which is 100 thousand dollars. No less than 250 different teams come from all over America to play for this serious amount. Most of them carry deliberately funny and absurd names (there is even a corresponding competition): “Grunts”, “Santa-Pig”, “Pigmen” and other “Members of the Holy Swine Church”. The principle “the funnier the better” generally dominates the entire championship – everyone should have fun here.

The team captains, by the way, contrary to all prejudices, in most cases are black chefs, who are called pitmasters . The team can include representatives of any class – the mayor of a small town and a carpenter from a local factory, a well-fed owner of a car repair shop and a slender owner of a beauty salon. If they know how to roast meat better than anyone else, then the rest does not matter!

What criteria is used to determine the quality of barbecue? The participants are assessed by a special commission according to the following parameters – the taste itself, the appearance of the meat, tenderness, its presentation, aroma and temperature.There are also special contests for the best combination of spices used, the best marinade, cooking technique, and even speed.

Any experienced pit master will tell you that the ability to correctly adjust the fire and the degree of roasting of meat are indicators of the chef’s experience. Beginners can overdry, not fry, over-smoke or oversalt the dish, but this is just the beginning. Some put on a real show in front of the grill, tossing meat into the air, experiment with fire, create “special effects” with specially poured fluids to kindle the flame and change the aromas of the meat on the go.For meat lovers, this is a real gastronomic show.

How to properly cook barbecue

  • It is better to always have enough coal in stock in order to correctly calculate the degree of roasting of the meat and, if necessary, add more. This will maintain the temperature and the meat will be fried evenly – it will not dry out or burn.
  • Grease meat with sauce not earlier and not later than 10 minutes.before the start of cooking, otherwise it will either not “take”, or it will burn out and will taste bitter, killing the aroma and taste of meat.
  • In order not to interrupt the taste of meat and not to overdo it with the sauce, it is better to spread it with a special brush in an even layer.
  • Do not mix meat and vegetables with each other – peppers, tomatoes and eggplants cook faster, and therefore there is a risk of either overexposing them (and then the aroma of burnt vegetables will saturate the meat), or leave the meat undercooked. Better to put them on the grill separately.
  • Cooked meat is not eaten immediately after it is cooked. Juicy pork in the process of frying gives off a lot of juice, which will simply go to the cutting board if you try to cut it right there. The best option is to let the meat cool slightly (2-3 minutes), and then wrap it in foil, making small cuts. It will once again be saturated with juice and will be especially juicy and tender.

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Gastronomy lovers

Lovers of communication

Chinatown and national flavor

Little India

Where to walk

Lunch at a food blogger

National Gallery

Beaches and Leisure


What to buy

What to try

Man-made waterfall


Singaporeans discover any country through cooking, they are literally gourmets, so gastronomic immersion here is possible to any depth.Their imaginations quickly take on something new, preferably spiced with interesting facts or personal history. In general, wealthy local residents are tired of traditional dishes, so the leading establishments are constantly reworking and rethinking the menu. Food courts are wildly popular. The complexes, which include many small eateries, are open from early morning until late at night and offer Chinese, Malay, Indian, Vietnamese, Thai and Korean cuisines.

Smith Marine – a place where delicious chili crab is prepared

For special occasions, locals choose unusual French cuisine or establishments with 2 cherished stars.The Michelin Guide confirms the dynamics and quality of Singapore’s culinary history, with 39 restaurants listed in 2018, 5 with two stars. It is currently the highest category. Until 2017, the city boasted a very beautiful three-star establishment – Joel Robuchon (Resorts World Sentosa) , but after the death of the chef, the restaurant dropped out of the star list.

The folk trail can lead to a very unusual place where they are treated to a very democratic, even cheap, but Michelin-starred food – Hawker Chan .It looks like an ordinary cafe like McDonald’s, but has a Michelin-starred sauce for rice and noodles.

Hawker Chan serves Michelin sauce

The owner of the Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle , which serves rice and noodles with chicken, Cheng Hong Meng, earned a one star for a street vendor for the first time in the history of a Michelin guide. Tan Chai Seng is another chef and owner of a small street food stand that has received one Michelin star. His Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle is famous for its noodles.

Party People

In Singapore, it is customary to choose an institution based on its atmosphere, opportunities to communicate and meet new interesting people. The slogan “Make your plans come true!” every year interesting people are brought to the masses, proving by personal example that on the way to a dream a person is only hindered by his own excuses. This year, the bar manager of the famous Singapore bar Operation Dagger , Sasha Vigides ( Wijidessa ), was chosen to be such a messenger.It was her ideas that helped propel the Operation Dagger to the 19th place on the list of the 50 best bars in Asia 2018 (this year the bar was at 22nd).

Operator Dragger Bar not only offers inventive cocktails, but also a pleasant atmosphere

At this year’s landmark ceremony in May for the industry, 11 bars in Singapore were victoriously included in the top list, three topped the top five: Manhattan, Native, Atlas . With a sinking heart, guests of honor are brought to the bar 1 Altitude on the roof of the 300-meter skyscraper One Raffles Place – here you can enjoy Singapore at night, listen to fashion sets and treat yourself to a glass of the famous cocktail Singapore Sling ( Singapore Sling ).

Bar 1 Altitude awaits guests at an altitude of almost 300 meters, on the roof of the skyscraper One Raffles Place

Chinatown and national flavor

Cozy houses, shops and establishments that preserve the memory of antiquity are densely concentrated in Chinatown. The most famous architectural monument is the Temple of the Tooth of Buddha.

Singapore Chinatown, Tooth Relic Temple

In Chinatown it is easy to find both Peranakan ( Peranakan is an Indonesian (Malay) word that means “local”), and Thai dishes, they are the same, but as an alternative for vegetarians: kong ba (braised pork belly), but with a substitute for mushrooms, sweet and sour pork – from soybeans and pineapples.Be sure to try at least once the “magic mushroom” (baked portobello with ricotta cheese, spinach and pesto, seasoned with tomato sauce with basil and mozzarella) and vegetable tandoori (a mixture of fried mushrooms, eggplant, paprika, onions and tofu marinated in yogurt, chutney made from mango and rice).
Many shopkeepers are very proud of the attention of the press – they specially decorate the shop with newspaper clippings with a mention of their loved ones. The law – the longer the line from the locals, the more reliable the catering point – is valid all over the world.

The most interesting authentic cuisine is in the food courts. One of the largest is Maxwell.

But if you are interested in local, Peranakan history, take a walk on the East Coast – in the Joo Chiat – Kallang area. The Kim Chu Museum, for example, has preserved and still operates a small traditional dressmaking studio. Here, like in a house-museum, household items, unique beaded items are carefully preserved, they offer to evaluate the skills of embroiderers and join a traditional meal.

Kim Choo Peranakan Museum

With special honor, guests are served bak-chzhang (rice dumpling with minced meat, wrapped in a pandanus leaf), for dessert – three specialties. Ang ku kueh – Tortoise shell-shaped cakes with the Chinese character show, or longevity, in the center. Ondeh – Steamed tapioca cakes topped with fresh coconut flakes. One bite, and some strange piercing cream explodes inside, it is difficult to find an analogue of which in Russian, but we are talking about a liquefied “hum melaka”.For those with a sweet tooth, ongol ubi is a multi-layered multi-colored tapioca jelly with coconut.

Little Little India

In Little India, just steps from Metro Little India , is the famous wet market and food court Tekka Center . The upper floors sell everything from Bollywood music CDs to silk sarees, and downstairs a variety of edible exotics.

Tekka Market has applied to UNESCO for inclusion in the World Heritage List

The local food court is dominated by spicy and spicy Indian and halal food, with an abundance of curries and ginger, very decent and fair prices.Many guides take tourists here to gaze at the mesmerizing spectacle of making foaming tea Teh Tarik . This is the so-called “stretched” tea with milk: the seller, like a fakir, with quick and dexterous movements stretches the syrup threads in the air, saturates them with oxygen, due to which the drink is obtained with a strong thick foam. Don’t forget to try pea donuts, brown rice burger, crispy tofu steak sandwich and enchilada in Little India.

Singapore Walking

Do not be afraid of stories about the terrible heat and humidity.Almost all buildings and many pedestrian zones have a canopy or awning, many are connected by bridges, covered or ventilated crossings, all urban transport is air-conditioned.

The city is surrounded by lush greenery, much of it stands on the hills and is well ventilated. More than a third of the territory is occupied by parks (there are about 300 of them).

Singapore Botanic Garden

Singapore, true to its nickname “city in the garden”, perfectly combines the achievements of landscape art and the comfort of a bustling metropolis.For example, the recently opened hotel The Outpost in Sentosa is an oasis of tranquility and excellent service. The windows offer a marvelous view of the sea, there is an outdoor pool in the courtyard. Beautiful territory, excellent cuisine, convenient location – everything you need for the happiness of a tourist.

The Outpost Hotel – Shelter of Peace

The simplicity of a bygone era, rustic idyll and the atmosphere of Singapore of the 60s have been preserved on the Pulau Ubin Island Reserve. The motorboat will come here in 15 minutes – find an opportunity to get out to look at the kampongs, see the life of ordinary people, as they say from the plow, walk along the shore where small crabs frolic, wild boars run across the road, and the langoustine burrows have turned the soil under the palm trees into a lunar landscape …The food here is very simple and straightforward and based on seafood.

Pulau Ubin National Park

An integral part of the “green” concept is, of course, the Gardens by the Bay complex, located in the new city center – Marina Bay. It covers over one hundred hectares and consists of three coastal gardens – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central.

Steel Trees Satay by The Bay

Even the last hardened pragmatist and skeptic cannot hide the delight of the night light musical show of trees – Garden Rhapsody .The crowns of the trees are crowned with solar panels, and this charge accumulated during the day provides 15 minutes of musical extravaganza.

OCBC Garden Rhapsody

By the way, nearby there is a cozy complex with small restaurants – Satay By the Bay , which serves all the unmistakable dishes for fresh air: sauté kebabs, seafood, grilled vegetables and traditional ice cream – ice kachang.

Food court near the Botanical Gardens Gardens by the Bay

Family Traditions: Lunch in a Private House

If you have a desire to see how families live and taste homemade food, you can choose a private visit of your choice.Those wishing to accept and feed foreigners are tested by the Ministry of Tourism of Singapore in various aspects: they look at the house and apartment, family, evaluate the ability to set the table and tell a story. We visited the food blogger Dershini ( Dhershini Winodan ) – in a beautiful and cozy house, with a well-thought-out program of an easy and sincere meeting.

Visiting food blogger Dhershini Winodan, she is very hospitable and charming.

An Indian-style meal was built around special thin pancakes baked in the form of deep vases – appoms – from a mixture of rice and corn flour.They are filled with various appetizers with eggplants, tomatoes, rice, chicken, eggs – spicy, spicy, viscous and extremely tasty.

Video master class from Dhershini Winodan: she bakes pancakes – appoms

The hostess prepares ice cream from tapioca with coconut milk and mango puree, and it would be better if she forgot about the dessert, since it is impossible to keep herself within the bounds of decency and not ask for more.

Eternal values ​​

Treasure, pearl, pride of the nation – what epithets you will not hear about the National Gallery.The complex unites two buildings – the Supreme Court, erected in 1929, and the former municipality.

National Gallery of Singapore – the most beautiful architectural complex

This is rightfully one of the most beautiful monuments of colonial British architecture in the Palladian style, with a characteristic borrowing of ancient Greek temple architecture. The entire gallery space has been rethought in a modern format. The buildings are connected by an atrium: a transparent sloping roof, imitating a pagoda, is supported by the trunk and branches of a tree.There are water tanks on the roof, and when they are illuminated by the sun, waves seem to run on the steps of the gallery. You won’t see all the exhibits in a day or two, but this is exactly the place where you can feel the local history.

There are more than 8 thousand exhibits in the collection of the National Gallery .

About seas and corals

Making the dream of an ideal vacation come true – swimming in the sea, plunge into the world of entertainment, diving or kayaking – is easy on the beaches of Sentosa: Siloso, Tanjong and Palawan.

Siloso Beach on Sentosa Island

Imported Indonesian white sand, palm trees, turquoise clear water and a light breeze will instantly carry away all thoughts on the other side of the equator. Sunbeds are given here in exchange for a purchased drink in coastal establishments or when paying about $ 25. The entrance to the beaches is free, and the price of the rest depends solely on the method of getting to the island itself: by car $ 7, monorail $ 4.5, on foot $ 1. Showers and toilets are free. Rangers, the local police service, are constantly running on the island.You can go for a walk at night, but after 19.00 you are not allowed to swim. There is also a wild beach in Singapore, with mangroves, with no infrastructure at all – East Coast Park .

The beaches on Sentosa are the cleanest, the sea is blue-blue, and the palm trees run into the clouds

Where to visit?

  • National Gallery: An incredibly beautiful building with a rich collection, a classic approach to museum art. 1St Andrew’s Rd, Singapore 178957.
  • Liao Fan is a Michelin-starred establishment for the sauce.78 Smith Street, Singapore 058972
  • Kim Chu Peranakan House Museum, where there is a lot of handicrafts, beads, silk and embroidery. Authentic and atmospheric. 111 East Coast Rd.
  • Bar “Atlas” will delight you with an incredible collection of gin, a museum of modern art, beautiful interiors. Take a walk in the evening toilet – just here. The Atlas drinks menu spans over 60 pages, and this is without a detailed description of the positions. Parkview Square, 600 North Bridge Road.
  • Smith Marine Club – here, according to most of my fellow travelers, they cook the best chili crab.The restaurant, located on the raft, has its own fish farm, so that everything is served to the table with the utmost freshness.
  • The Manhattan Bar at the Regent Hotel knows a lot about classic forgotten drinks, boasts a collection of American gins and vibrant cocktails aged for two years in oak barrels. The Regent Singapore, Level 2.
  • Clarke Quay is a haven for nightlife lovers. Here, under the peaks of bars, they watch football matches, drink craft beer from local breweries, sing karaoke, dance Latin and disco, and have fun with all the heart.Clarke Quay, Singapore 179094.

Clarke Quay transforms at night

  • If you choose river transport, all the iconic sights will float before your eyes: Merlion Park, the famous Marina Bay Sands complex, a Ferris wheel, a modern business center. River boat cruise – starts from North Bridge Road, 15-06 High Street Center, Singapore 179094.

River cruise starts at Clarke Quay

  • Take a walk along Singapore’s main shopping street, Orchard Road.
  • Visit Universal Studios Singapore, Asia’s first amusement park, offering 24 rides based on popular Hollywood movies.

Universal – a grandiose amusement park, will appeal to fans of Hollywood films

What to buy?

  • Chips with fish skin – half of Singapore is crazy about them.

Fish-skin Chips – Local Food Bomb

  • Kaya Jam is a must-have in a traditional breakfast made with coconut milk, eggs, pandanus leaves and sugar.Indispensable for waffles and golden fresh toast.
  • Waffles with durian – a specialty, moreover, it does not complicate the life of fellow travelers on the plane as much as durian itself.
  • Jade seals with name or keyword. As it turned out, the names Martin and Andrey are most often found on the finished seals.
  • Little Nyonya – traditional handmade Peranakan clothing: batik, sarong, or kain panjang, sarong kebaya, embroidery, beaded slippers.
  • Mandatory magnet: Merlion of course, or sea lion.

What to try?

All Asian countries are usually multinational, and the must-have list includes at least 10 items. Definitely, every Singaporean has a favorite local dish and a favorite place where he thinks the best food is served. The five favorite dishes, of course, will include:

  • Chilly Crab – chili crab. The secret of this dish is in the sauce. Do not wear white and stock up on napkins!
  • Laksa – Rich coconut milk curry soup with rice spaghetti.Served with shrimp, shellfish and fish pie.
  • Chicken Rice – Traditional Asian rice with chicken is best tasted at food courts, guided by the length of the line from the locals.
  • Satay – small skewers on bamboo skewers from everything in the world under glazed sweet and sour sauce.

Kebabs are best tried on Satay by the Bay footcourt

  • Rojak & Popiah – roll with vegetables, fruits and seafood.
  • Dim Sum is of course the birthplace of Hong Kong dim sum, but many establishments in Singapore serve a set of pork barbecue, Shanghai Xiao Long Bao dumplings, Siew Mai dumplings and vegetables under this name.
  • Baby kailan in oyster sauce is the most popular side dish after rice and noodles.
  • Pamper yourself with fruit, Tiong Bahru market has top-notch rambutan, mangosteen, longan, lychee, durian and mango.

In the top photo in the left corner – Ice Kachang – ice with sarsi syrup and red beans – the famous local ice cream.Don’t forget to try the chili crab!

The last figure, farewell

In order not to be sad as you say goodbye to the magical Singaporean fairy tale, be sure to watch the light show at Changi Airport. The hand-made 40-meter rain waterfall is an absolutely unforgettable sight.

Changi Airport Waterfall


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