10 New Korean Food Places in S’pore Cuz We Can’t Get Enough of Everything Korean

Tired of the same old Korean restaurants? Check out these new Korean restaurants in Singapore, some of which offer vastly different Korean cuisine from what we have been eating. You might even want to visit these places for dinner tonight because it’s TGIF, right?

1. Dalkom Cafe

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Fans of the hit series Descendants of the Sun will surely flock to this cafe, as this the cafe where Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Gyo filmed many scenes together. Other than its coffee and desserts, they also sell dal.komm coffee merchandise such as mugs and tumblers. You can even get your DOTS bunny and bear plushies there! 

The Centrepoint
176 Orchard Road #01-01/02, #01-03/04, #01-05/06, #01-103
Singapore 238843

Opening Hours:
Daily: 10am – 10pm


2. Yoogane

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This outlet at 313 somerset is the third outlet opening in Singapore. It is best known for its Dakgalbi stir-fried chicken as well as its signature chicken marinated in the unique Yoogane sauce. Don’t forget to order it with melted cheese because there’s nothing more comforting than dipping your BBQ chicken into soft, melt-in-your-mouth mozzarella cheese!

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[email protected] B3
313 Orchard Road
Singapore 238895

Opening Hours:
Daily: 11:30am – 10pm 


3. Daejon House

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This restaurant gives off retro vibes with the old newspaper cuttings and vintage interior. They are famous for its army stew and Korean beef noodles. Once again, fans of Song Joong Ki may flock to this place since Daejeon is his hometown.

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Havelock II
2 Havelock Road, #01-03
Singapore 059763

Opening Hours:
Daily: 10am – 10pm 


4. Seoul Jjimdak

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The signature dishes here are the Jjimdak and the army stew. Jjimdak is a pot of braised chicken which can serve up to 4 people. Not only is it delicious but it is affordable as well! Imagine having a pot of this on a rainy night out!

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City Square Mall #05-04
Singapore 208539
Opening Hours:
Daily: 10am – 10pm 


5. The Gogi

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As “gogi” means meat in Korean, the interior of the restaurant resembles a bbq place you see in kdrama. Other than bbq meat, they also serve a wide range o Korean dishes such as army stew and bibimbap, with many banchan to add on.

Alexandra Central Mall
#03-01, 321 Alexandra Road
Singapore 159971
Opening Hours:
Daily: 11.30am – 3pm, 5.30pm-10pm

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6. Kko Kko Chicken Bar

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This 3-story unit is light up with neon lights and chandeliers, giving a very different vibe from your typical fried chicken restaurant. The two signature dishes that give the most satisfaction to customers would be their Korean fried chicken as well as Budae Jjigae – sounds tempting yet?

48 Kandahar Street
Singapore 198899
Opening Hours:
Daily: 12pm – 11pm


7. Hoodadak Korean Fusion Dining Room

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For those who are not used to eating traditional Korean food, why not try dining at Hoodadak Korean Fusion Dining Room? This serves places a variety of Korean fusion food such as kimchi fries and Carbonara noodles, which is perfect if you are looking for Korean food with a unique twist.

Fusionopolis Galaxis
#01-10, 1 Fusionopolis Place
Singapore 138522
Opening Hours:
Mon to Sat: 11am – 3pm, 5pm – 10pm
Closed on Sundays

 

8. Vatos Urban Tacos

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Another fusion restaurant! This place serves Korean-Mexican cuisine, which was started up by Korean-Americans. As the name suggests, the taco is a must-try, which is its Galbi Short Rib Tacos. The Kimchi Carnitas Fries is not to be missed as well.

South Beach Quarter,
36 Beach Road
Singapore 189767
Opening Hours:
Mon to Thurs: 11:30am – 11pm
Fri to Sat: 11:20am – 12am


8. Paik’s Bibim

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Bibimbap is probably one of the most common and staple Korean food. Not only is it healthy due to various kinds of vegetable, it is delicious as well. Paik’s Bibim serves many different flavours of bibimbap with very generous servings.

Tiong Bahru Plaza
#02-11, 302 Tiong Bahru Road
Singapore 168732
Opening Hours:
Daily: 11am – 10pm 


9. Tanjong Pocha

This is the place to visit if you are looking for somewhere more quiet to have your meal. It is known for its bbq meat, soup and sticks. While this is definitely not the cheapest Korean food, its serving is pretty huge so remember not to order too much. They open till 7am in the morning so here’s another place for you to consider for supper!

35 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088458
Daily: 6pm –  7am


10. What’s This

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Its specialty will have to be its fried chicken and bbq meat and its master chef is heard to celebrity chef Alex Kim. If you want some authentic Korean bbq, this is the place to visit. Here, you can choose from a range of Korean cuisine like fried chicken, Korean BBQ to even ramen! You’ll never get bored of the choices here, promise!

87 Killiney Road
Singapore 239533z
Opening Hours:
Mon to Sat: 10am – 12am
Closed on Sunday

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