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Korean Restaurants in Singapore

 Korean restaurants around Singapore are at the top of their class. Singapore is a place that’s well-known for being a hub for foodies from all over the world. This city-state has it all, from American barbecue restaurants where meats are smoked low and slow, to Vietnamese eateries where freshness is of the utmost importance, Singapore is a destination for food lovers from around the world. Korean cooking is known for its barbecued meats, small plates known as banchan and comforting dishes like bibimbap, bulgogi and japchae. At the Korean restaurants around Singapore, you can enjoy authentic specialities made like they’re supposed to be.

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The Clan Restaurant

The Clan Restaurant

Dhoby Ghaut
Asian$$$$
5.0/6520
The Clan Restaurant
Coriander Leaf - Chijmes

Coriander Leaf - Chijmes

City Hall
Asian$$$$
5.0/6316
Coriander Leaf - Chijmes
Chang Korean BBQ

Chang Korean BBQ

Dempsey
Asian$$$$
4.8/6112
Chang Korean BBQ
Twins

Twins

Tanjong Pagar
Asian$$$$
5.0/6171
Twins
Ninja Bowl

Ninja Bowl

Duxton
Asian$$$$
4.8/6169
Ninja Bowl
Todamgol

Todamgol

Outram Park
Asian$$$$
4.9/6100
Todamgol
Kko Chi Bar

Kko Chi Bar

Tanjong Pagar
Asian$$$$
4.9/6111
Kko Chi Bar
Kko Kko Nara

Kko Kko Nara

Tanjong Pagar
Asian$$$$
5.0/696
Kko Kko Nara
SBCD Korean Tofu House - Millenia Walk

SBCD Korean Tofu House - Millenia Walk

City Hall
Asian$$$$
5.0/660
SBCD Korean Tofu House - Millenia Walk
Manbok Chinatown Korean BBQ & Steamboat Restaurant

Manbok Chinatown Korean BBQ & Steamboat Restaurant

Chinatown
Asian$$$$
5.1/685
Manbok Chinatown Korean BBQ & Steamboat Restaurant
CÉ LA VI

CÉ LA VI

Bayfront
Asian$$$$
5.0/648
CÉ LA VI
SBCD Korean Tofu House - Tanjong Pagar Centre

SBCD Korean Tofu House - Tanjong Pagar Centre

Tanjong Pagar
Asian$$$$
5.0/673
SBCD Korean Tofu House - Tanjong Pagar Centre
Ginger

Ginger

Bugis
Asian$$$$
4.1/642
Ginger
Hyang-to-gol Korean Restaurant

Hyang-to-gol Korean Restaurant

Tanjong Pagar
Asian$$$$
4.5/637
Hyang-to-gol Korean Restaurant
DM Chicken

DM Chicken

Chinatown
Asian$$$$
4.7/643
DM Chicken
Woorinara

Woorinara

Bukit Timah
Asian$$$$
5.2/636
Woorinara
2D1N Soju Bang

2D1N Soju Bang

Tanjong Pagar
Asian$$$$
4.7/624
2D1N Soju Bang
Seafood Paradise at Marina Bay Sands

Seafood Paradise at Marina Bay Sands

Marina Bay
Asian$$$$
5.5/64
Seafood Paradise at Marina Bay Sands
Coriander Leaf Grill

Coriander Leaf Grill

Chinatown
Asian$$$$
4.9/614
Coriander Leaf Grill
Ssikkek Korean Grill BBQ Buffet

Ssikkek Korean Grill BBQ Buffet

Tanjong Pagar
Asian$$$$
4.6/614
Ssikkek Korean Grill BBQ Buffet
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    Dining etiquette in Singapore’s Korean restaurants

    Like with most cuisines, there’s a certain etiquette that goes along with Korean dining. Of course, that doesn’t mean it has to be strictly followed. Still, it’s good to know what to expect. Unlike most Asian cuisines, Korean food does not come served with wooden chopsticks, but rather with stainless steel chopsticks and spoons. Hot foods like soups and stews are usually set on the right of the table, while the left is usually where vegetables, rice and cold dishes are placed. No need to hold your bowl in one hand as you eat – at Singapore’s Korean restaurants, guests typically keep their bowls on the table and use their spoon to keep food from falling. Dining in the Korean restaurants of Singapore is really no different than dining anywhere, just do what comes natural and be polite!
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    Try some <i>banchan in the Korean restaurants around Singapore

    When dining at Singapore’s Korean restaurants, you’ll usually be served an array of small plates known as banchan with your meal. Typically placed in the middle of the table to be shared among all diners, these little plates of pickled veggies and other little morsels are perfect combined with your rice. Some common banchan include kimchi (spicy fermented cabbage with chilli), kongnamul(cold bean sprouts with sesame oil), gaji namul (boiled eggplant) and miyeok muchim (seawood with salt and sweet vinegar). There are many different possibilities out there, so chances are you’ll get a new set each time you visit one of the Korean restaurants in Singapore.
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    Fried chicken’s all the rage in Singapore’s Korean restaurants

    Chances are, you’re probably already familiar with the gloriousness that is Korean fried chicken. If not, allow us to introduce you. Crispy, perfectly juicy and as spicy as you want it to be, these chicken wings pack an extra punch. Unlike American-style chicken wings, Korean fried chicken is actually fried twice, giving it an even crispier crust. You can usually order it with or without the bone – take the sunsal chikin if you prefer yours boneless – and decide from an array of sauces ranging from mild to super hot. We recommend going for one of the sweet and spicy sauces, which usually feature a base of gochujang, a special Korean chilli paste that has its own unique flavour. Not sure if you need all that heat? Have the best of both worlds and order yours banban, which means you’ll get half of your chicken covered in sauce, and the other half plain.
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    Korean restaurants in Singapore are heating things up

    The Korean restaurants in Singapore are perhaps most well known for allowing their guests to barbecue right at their own table, which makes for an interactive an exciting experience. Choose from an array of meats like pork belly, seafood, chicken and beef, then cook them to absolute perfection on your table’s grill. No need to worry about smoke – the Korean restaurants in Singapore usually have vents that suck the smoke up and out of the dining area. When you order Korean barbecue, you’ll also be given banchan to enjoy alongside your rice and selection. Bring along a big group and try it out for yourself!
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    Book the best Korean restaurants in Singapore with Quandoo

    Interested in trying your hand at stainless steel chopsticks, sampling some banchan or becoming a grillmaster with some barbecue? If you answer yes to that question, then let us point you in the direction of some of the best Korean restaurants in Singapore. With Quandoo, you can easily find and book the best restaurants in the city-state with just a few clicks or taps of a finger. Download the app for iOS or Android and begin booking Singapore’s Korean restaurants with ease. Read reviews from others, leave your own and earn Loyalty Points along the way that you can trade in for cash back. It’s as easy as apple pie! So, get ready for a feast to remember at Singapore’s Korean restaurants.