Common questions

Where to get the best Korean fried chicken?

Where to get the best Korean fried chicken?

Kko Kko Nara Korean Restaurant on Tras Street (Tanjong Pagar) is a mom-and-pop chicken place that has been around for a while. It is one of my favourite to-go places for Korean Fried Chicken.

What kind of food is at Kim’s family restaurant?

One of the reasons why I love Kim’s Family Restaurant is because they serve ten banchan (side dishes). The food here is authentic, reasonably affordable and very delicious. Kko Kko Nara Korean Restaurant on Tras Street (Tanjong Pagar) is a mom-and-pop chicken place that has been around for a while.

Where to eat with family in Bukit Timah?

Tucked away in the basement of Bukit Timah Shopping Centre is Ga Ya Geum, a Korean family restaurant. The versatile menu makes it a great place for a family meal or a dinner place with friends. There is also a lunch set menu for those who work around the area. Hyang-To-Go! Korean Restaurant

Where to eat Korean BBQ in Katong village?

Jang Shou Korean Restaurant at Katong Village serves a decent Korean BBQ Buffet (with a spread of 15 items) and they only open during dinner. The weekday Korean BBQ Buffet is S$28.80++/pax, while the weekend Korean BBQ Buffet is S$33.80++/pax. For those who prefer to order ala carte, go to the outlet at Esplanade Mall.

Serving authentic Korean fried chicken, 24 Chicken offers flavors such as Yangnyeom, Lemon Glazed, Jack Daniels, and more. Big Mama Korean Restaurant serves delectable Korean food that makes you feel like you’re at home – only with a wide range of options offered a room away.

Where to eat Korean food in the Philippines?

Inspired by “K-Town” communities in L.A, New York, and Hong Kong, Soban offers unique Korean-Mexican fusion dishes like the K-Tacos (Korean Tacos) and Korritos (Korean Burrito)! Read our full feature here. If you’re into the Korean cuisine, bring over your family here at 678 Korean BBQ Restaurant!

Which is the best Korean restaurant in Seoul?

Awarded “The Best Korean Restaurant” by the Seoul Metropolitan Government. Sariwon is also famed for its Legendary Bulgogi and Galbi or Barbecued Beef Short Ribs, with the New York Times proclaiming it as the “The Most Tender Succulent in Seoul.”

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