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Good Korean Restaurants

Post by Dianthus » Wed, 22 Mar 2006 11:25 am

Sorry guys, just realised that I posted this inq in wrong place :(

So here it goes again ..
Which Korean restaurants here do you guys think authentic/good? I'm really interested to know n try. :) Many ask about Japanese restaurants but not Korean ones.

Personally I like Ju Shin Jung on the West Coast Highway, the one next to No Sign Board Restaurant. Lots of Koreans are there w their family. I love their various side dishes n chijimi! mmmmm yummy!!

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Post by James** » Fri, 24 Mar 2006 11:10 pm

huangsy wrote:For a long list of Korean restaurants in Singapore, go to http://club.tour2korea.com/singapore and look uner FOOD.
hi,

I am keen on it as well! Why dont you post the list here, as we can't access it unless we sign up..thanks.. :lol:

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Post by Dianthus » Sun, 26 Mar 2006 8:56 pm

huangsy, thanks. But as James said, the site is for members only :(

Perhaps you could tell us the best 3?
Forget about the budget. Want to know the best n authentic ones pls.

Thanks alot! :)

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Post by sexykitten » Fri, 31 Mar 2006 5:22 pm

there's a decent one i go with my family..
pretty much similar to the food you get in korea.
the place has become very popular and crowded
and i was surprised to see many locals and expats dining there!

kimchi, the staple spicy side dish is the most well known of korean food.
if you can handle spicy, then definitely go for it!
korean barbecue is popular too.. in fact most of the dishes are very good,
except for the extra spicy ones that some might find too strong.

it's on seah street, right by maxwell road. it's located on the
first floor of airview building. the place is called 'Cho Won.'
wont u
come over and
check up on it
imma let u
work up on it:D

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Post by Dianthus » Sat, 01 Apr 2006 9:51 am

Thanks! Isn't that the one often Korean package tourists get their lunch? I've been there once. Good to know that the place is authentic!

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Post by emiko08 » Thu, 06 Apr 2006 11:30 pm

Ju Shin Jung is good! :P

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Post by jpatokal » Fri, 07 Apr 2006 12:27 am

Ju Shin Jung is also very expensive :-|

Tanjong Pagar is Singapore's Koreatown and there are lots of good places there, although none are cheap. Mee Doo is OK and you can get your basic bibimbaps and whatnot for around S$10, while Korea Garden is just like a cheap, noisy restaurant in Korea, but while expensive it's very authentic and quite tasty. Better yet, check out the little Korean supermarket behind Amara Hotel, they've got everything there including good homemade kimchi!

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Post by emiko08 » Sat, 08 Apr 2006 4:23 pm

but Ju Shin Jung is difficult to get there :P

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Recommendable Korean Restaurants in SG

Post by Dominoz » Sat, 03 Jun 2006 1:03 pm

I am Korean and stayed here for about two years.

Even though I did not try all the Korean restaurants in Singapore, I believe I can recommend several authentic Korean restaurants for those who love Korean foods.

If you have toddlers or kids under 5~7 years, I would like to recommend Jushinjung on the west coast road. This is the best place in Singapore.
If I recommend some other places, Bi-won at Duxton hill and Chowon at Seah road are good places except the interior of the restaurants.

If you want to find cost-effective place, you can try Manna (Takashimaya foodcourt) or Korean Stall (Amara hotel foodcourt). The foods are still not so cheap compared with other local foods, however, cheaper than in Korean restaurant.

If you have a car, you can try one Korean restaurant in JB. Just after the courseway, if you take the road to KL directly, you will find one Korean restaurant on the right side of the road. The name of the restaurant is "Korean Garden Club Restaurant." The foods are very good and cheap. Only what you have to remember is the restaurant itself is in Malaysia.
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Post by abbby » Sat, 03 Jun 2006 1:18 pm

Where can I get a nice big jar of authentic kimchi? I normally get mine at Cold Storage, but it just finishes within a day. :?
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Kimchi

Post by Dominoz » Sat, 03 Jun 2006 2:10 pm

You can buy kimchi now in most cold storages, however, I believe you know it already.

You can buy Kimchi at the korean restaurants. You'd better try kimchi served in the restaurants and if you love it, you can buy there. If I am not wrong, normally the kimchi made by restaurants is a bit more expensive than what you can find at the cold storages.

Another alternatives are korean supermarkets.
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Post by jpatokal » Sat, 03 Jun 2006 5:48 pm

The popular Korean joint in Wisma Atria's Food Republic sells their homemade kimchi pretty cheaply.
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Post by Guest » Wed, 07 Jun 2006 10:17 pm

There's a good Korean Restaurant at Specialist Shopping Center on Orchard Road. It's on the 5th floor. Don't let the location fool you, it's quite good and has been there for about 14 years. I think it's called simply "Korean Restaurant".

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Post by marj_kee » Tue, 27 Jun 2006 1:58 pm

Auntie Kim's at Thomson Road serves pretty good Korean food.

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