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Korean cuisine

Post by starlie » Mon, 30 May 2005 2:02 pm

Hi. I would like to find out whether anyone knows any affordable Korean restaurants and eateries that's worth patronising? Thank you.

you

I'm a korean.

Post by you » Mon, 30 May 2005 2:34 pm

Hi there,

I'm not really sure what is the range for affordable. But I guess in a food court like?
I know few korean restaurants have uthentic taste and there's one food court korean.
It's in the basement of scott shopping center.
That one has nice bibimbap, nengmyun(which I found not a favorite of singaporean).

You can go ahead and try.
If you want to know the restaurants, let me know. I'll give you the info.

Enjoy.

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Re: I'm a korean.

Post by starlie » Tue, 31 May 2005 11:20 am

you wrote:Hi there,

I'm not really sure what is the range for affordable. But I guess in a food court like?
I know few korean restaurants have uthentic taste and there's one food court korean.
It's in the basement of scott shopping center.
That one has nice bibimbap, nengmyun(which I found not a favorite of singaporean).

You can go ahead and try.
If you want to know the restaurants, let me know. I'll give you the info.

Enjoy.

312217@hanmail.net
Yes, I would like to find out. Thank you.

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Post by emiko08 » Sun, 05 Jun 2005 6:21 pm

hi,

i would like to know if there is any korean grocery shop in singapore? thanks!

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Post by starlie » Sun, 05 Jun 2005 9:51 pm

emiko08 wrote:hi,

i would like to know if there is any korean grocery shop in singapore? thanks!
ORCHARD CINELEISURE B1

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Post by Guest » Tue, 14 Jun 2005 8:59 pm

there's a korean grocery at bencoolen street, at burlington square (near summer hotel).

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Post by emiko08 » Thu, 16 Jun 2005 1:25 am

hi, don't mind if i ask: where is bencoolen street, burlington square? i am sorry because i am new to singapore. is it like a supermarket that sells everything from Korea? do you have the exact address? :oops:

starlie, there is a korean restaurent in Takashimaya 4th level : ) the food is NOT BAD.

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Post by Guest » Thu, 16 Jun 2005 3:04 pm

emiko08 wrote:hi, don't mind if i ask: where is bencoolen street, burlington square? i am sorry because i am new to singapore. is it like a supermarket that sells everything from Korea? do you have the exact address? :oops:

starlie, there is a korean restaurent in Takashimaya 4th level : ) the food is NOT BAD.
http://..sg/singa ... erid=14614

Burlington Square is not far from Sim Lim Square well known as a computer mall. Unfortunately, although within walking distance of Bugis MRT Station, the route is not too straightforward.

Burlington area has a major departmental store called "OG".

BTW, a pretty decent list of Korean eating places is available under Food at http://club.tour2korea.com/singapore

Anyway, Starlie has finished her project, so she won't need this info any more.

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Post by Guest » Thu, 16 Jun 2005 3:06 pm

Forgot to add that the supermarket at Burlington is called SHINE.

The other supermarkets are :
Seoul Plaza at Chulia Street

(can't recall name) behind Amara Hotel at Tanjong Pagar

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Post by Koryu » Thu, 16 Jun 2005 6:50 pm

Some of the best Korean Restaurants are on Tanjong Pagar Road near Duxton Hill carpark. At least 4 of them, run by Koreans. Their main business is serving lunch to Korean tourists, who are bussed in daily. Good food, and pretty authentic.

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Post by emiko08 » Fri, 17 Jun 2005 1:09 am

thank you for telling me the places, Guest. i would have to check it out. which store is bigger and holds more variety of products? the one in Tanjong Pagar or near Sim Lim?

i am simply into Korean Food and daily items :lol:

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Post by Guest » Fri, 17 Jun 2005 11:07 am

emiko08 wrote:thank you for telling me the places, Guest. i would have to check it out. which store is bigger and holds more variety of products? the one in Tanjong Pagar or near Sim Lim?

i am simply into Korean Food and daily items :lol:
I forgot to type my name yesterday. I'm Huang.

The person running the supermart behind Amara Hotel used to be a partner of the supermart, Seoul Plaza, which is the older of the 2. In terms of floor space, the Amara one looks bigger. Both are equally well stocked.

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Post by emiko08 » Mon, 20 Jun 2005 11:32 pm

Anonymous wrote:Forgot to add that the supermarket at Burlington is called SHINE.

The other supermarkets are :
Seoul Plaza at Chulia Street

(can't recall name) behind Amara Hotel at Tanjong Pagar


Hi huang, the one behind Amara Hotel is called KOREANA. may i know how do i go to Chulia Street? :oops:

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Post by huang » Tue, 21 Jun 2005 4:44 pm

The main landmark at Chulia Street is OCBC Building. Look up the address of Seoul Plaza, which is located diagonally opposite OCBC Bldg in a row of low shophouses.

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Post by emiko08 » Tue, 21 Jun 2005 11:46 pm

huang wrote:The main landmark at Chulia Street is OCBC Building. Look up the address of Seoul Plaza, which is located diagonally opposite OCBC Bldg in a row of low shophouses.

Huang

thank you very much. i will go and find the building when i am free :D you are so kind/. :cry:

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