We didn’t understand the queue at Oven and Fried Chicken aka OFC at Telok Ayer.
Pujim Korean BBQ, Amoy St: Excellent But Exorbitant
Pujim Korean BBQ serves good food but it is way too expensive. Don’t think we will return.
SBCD Korean Tofu House, Tanjong Pagar: Korean Tofu Stew, Comforting and Homely
SBCD Korean Tofu House at Tanjong Pagar Centre serves a warm and delicious bowl of tofu soup.
Pizza Maru, Bugis+: Korea’s Largest Pizza Chain is Better for Their Fried Chicken
There are at least two outlets of Pizza Maru; one at Bugis+ and the other at Northpoint.
Kimme, Amoy Street: Modern Korean Restaurant May Be the Restaurant of the Year (Again)
Chef Sun Kim from one Michelin-starred Meta Restaurant has opened Kimme, and oops he did it again.
NY Night Market, Westgate: Chir Chir Brings Korean Interpretation of New York Food
NY Night Market at Westgate is brought to us by the people behind Chir Chir and serves Korean-American food.
Nipong Naepong, JEM: Chinese-Korean Chain Restaurant with 70 Outlets in Korea Comes to Singapore
Nipong Naepong serves Korean noodles, but we like their pizzas better.
Twins Korean Restaurant, Tanjong Pagar: Super Delicious Korean Fried Chicken by Hot Twin Chefs
Twins Korean Restaurant at Tanjong Pagar serves fantastic fried chicken and other Korean food.
PERMANENTLY CLOSED: Ho Rang I, Novena: Formerly Known as Your Woul, Serves Homely Comforting Korean Food
Your Woul rebranded to serve a younger, hipper crowd, but the food remains traditional and delicious.
K-Tower, Amoy Street: Tower of 9 Stacks of Steamed Seafood, 0 Calories, Right?
On the heels of the latest food fad, K-Tower at Amoy Street offers steamed seafood of 3, 5, 7, or 9 tiers at affordable prices.