Mao Mao the PRC loves meat! (Saying PRCs love meat is like saying Singaporeans love queues–should be a given.) He said he has been to almost all the Korean BBQ buffets in Singapore and his favorite is Goki Day.
Why is Goki Day his favorite? Because compared to other BBQ buffets like 2D1N, the meat was extremely well-marinated and fresher than elsewhere. The pork collar and beef short ribs were very delicious. The place was also cleaner and less cramp than other places.
Besides BBQ food, there were also cooked food, including Korean sushi, pancakes, rice cake and my favorite, japchae or stirred fried sweet potato glass noodles. The cooked food wasn’t good, but at least they provided variety to the restaurant.
The servers were all Koreans–no attitude, friendly and take initiative.
We ordered a can of drink ($2/can) and a bottle of soju ($17), so we ended up paying about $76 for two. No 7%GST, but there is 10% service charge. While it was slightly more expensive than other BBQ buffets, the quality of the food made up for the price. Very popular, reservations highly encouraged. Well worth a visit! Highly recommended for buffet hunters.
Goki Day Price
T-F: $15.90+ (adult) / $9.90+ (child)
Sat, Sun, PH: $24.90+ / $15.90+
$24.90+ / $15.90+
Students with ID – 10% discount; if you eat from 5.30pm-7pm, 20% discount.
Goki Day Korean BBQ Buffet Restaurant
19 Teck Chye Terrace
T: 6289 4104
T-Sun: 11.30am-2.30pm, 5.30-10pm
Close on Mon
Rating: 3.593/5 stars
Written by A. Nathanael Ho.