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Mama Huluruk | Korean Chinese Restaurant in Punggol

In my previous post, I had shared about the Korean mini buns I bought from the bakery at Mama Huluruk. They fell short of my expectations, unfortunately. But I was still glad to have lunch at Mama Huluruk as I liked the food. And I wouldn’t mind coming back again whenever I have cravings for […]

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Korean Mini Buns from Mama Huluruk Bakery

Whenever we come by Northshore Plaza in Punggol, we would always see something new to try. Decided to have lunch at Mama Huluruk, which opened not too long ago. I will share more about our lunch experience in a separate blog post as I want to introduce the Korean mini buns we got from Mama […]

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Buk Chang Dong Soon Tofu – Delicious Korean Spicy Soft Tofu Stew

I am excited to have finally found what I think is the best Korean Spicy Soft Tofu Stew in Singapore! And the place is none other than Buk Chang Dong Soon Tofu! This outlet that I visited is actually one of the stalls at Food Loft at 721 Ang Mo Kio Ave 8. It’s one […]

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Ajumma’s Korean Restaurant @ The Cathay

Stumbled upon Ajumma’s two years back when I was at Cathay looking for somewhere to have lunch before catching a movie. And this inconspicuous Korean eatery located at B1 level has since become one of my two to-go casual Korean restaurants in the Orchard area. The other one is Kim Dae Mun at Concorde Hotel. […]

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Chir Chir Fusion Chicken Factory

Whenever we’re in Seoul, we will never miss catching up with old friends over fried chicken and beer a.k.a. chimaek. And one of our favourite places to go is Chir Chir 치르치르 (pronounced as chi-re chi-re), which is a pretty popular Korean fried chicken chain. Few years back, Chir Chir came to Singapore as well […]

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OPPA Chicken opens express outlet at Ang Mo Kio coffeeshop – Bringing K.F.C. to the heartlands

Not the fast food brand but Korean Fried Chicken. This Broadway Kopitiam at Blk 721 Ang Mo Kio Ave 8 is now one of my favourite coffeeshops in Ang Mo Kio because it houses food stalls that offer a pretty good range of different cuisines like Astons Express (affordable, tasty Western food), Ci Wen Vegetarian […]

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Twins Korean Restaurant @ Craig Road – For finger lickin’ good Korean Fried Chicken

Twins Korean Restaurant is named after a pair of young, fine-looking twin chefs, Park Sungjae & Park Woojae. They mainly specialise in Korean Fried Chicken that come in a range of flavours to suit all tastes. This hip and trendy restaurant on Craig Road in Tanjong Pagar gives diners the “chimaek” (fried chicken + beer) […]

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Daessiksin 大食神 by MOF @ Waterway Point

H and I stumbled upon this Korean BBQ restaurant when we were shopping at Waterway Point some time ago so we arranged to come back on a weekday for their lunch buffet. Prices were considered very reasonable as this was an all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ buffet. Weekday (2-hour limit) Lunch $14.90++ (adult) & $8.90++ (child) Dinner […]

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Lunch Buffet @ Hansang Korean Family Restaurant, Square 2

Hubby and I came by Square 2 at Novena because I wanted to check out the pet shop there for a cream colour Syrian hamster but to no avail. If any of you peeps happen to see a solid cream colour baby Syrian hamster at any pet shop in Singapore, please drop me a line, […]

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Kim Dae Mun Korean Food @ Concorde Hotel

Kim Dae Mun used to be a Korean food stall located at the food court of the former Le Meridien Hotel (now known as Concorde Hotel) on Orchard Road. I was initially disappointed when the food court was gone because that just meant I couldn’t get to enjoy great authentic Korean food at wallet-friendly prices […]

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Korean Biscuits from Young Yang Confectionery

Popped over to Seoul Mart at HillV2 to collect these biscuits which I got off Qoo10 and I thought I would share a review on them because they were quite unique in terms of flavour and taste. Each 65g pack retailed at S$9.90. These biscuits from Young Yang Confectionary Co. Ltd first caught my attention […]

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Just Acia @ Sembawang Shopping Centre

I have probably walked past this casual Asian restaurant umpteen times whenever I head to Sembawang Shopping Centre as it’s just located outside Daiso and Esprit on the ground level. My folks had been here several times previously and they’d always rave about the free-flow ice cream which seemed to be the only highlight of […]

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Sunny Korean Cuisine @ West Coast Plaza

Whenever I come to this part of Singapore, it’s always to visit the Nike Factory Store (Level 1, West Coast Plaza) to grab new trainers or sports apparel. I was here on a Saturday afternoon but it was clearly not that crowded. Not even in the mall itself so it’s pretty good to just walk around without the […]

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Manna Story @ Plaza Singapura

Entering this casual Korean restaurant makes me feel I’m at a friend’s house with a very homely and cosy atmosphere which was really the first thing that caught my eye as the husband and I was roaming around for a lunch option. I’m sure that’s a Korean chef in the kitchen. Everything in here from […]

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Paris Baguette with food to go

In my previous post on Paris Baguette, I had mentioned that the cafe offers salads, sandwiches and pad thais to go besides pastries. So when I was at Wisma Atria earlier, I couldn’t resist packing the pad thai home for dinner. The green paper label on top was actually meant for the sandwiches but they […]

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Paris Baguette Cafe

Paris Baguette Cafe @ Wisma Atria

It was a lazy Sunday morning but I woke up early feeling bright and cheery. The husband and I had been ill and got no choice but to stay home over Christmas and do nothing. BORING was the word. When I felt myself in top form on the weekend, I was excited to make the […]

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