In case you’re craving good, hearty Korean grub, maybe this hidden spot may very well be your subsequent go-to. Nestled away from the crowds at its new house in Peace Centre, Su Korean BBQ just lately made the transfer after spending three years at Toa Payoh.
It’s a comfortable, family-run diner that takes delight in its Korean dishes, with must-try signatures equivalent to seafood/kimchi pancake, fried rooster, seafood soy bean soup, and BBQ meats. The vibes are homely and the costs are first rate, particularly in the event you pop by throughout lunch hours.
From 11am to 3pm, $9.80 will get you a essential and a drink, with limitless aspect dishes to refill on. Dishes to attempt embody beef bulgogi scorching plate, kimchi fried rice, grilled saba fish, and spicy fish soup. Alternatively, you could possibly attempt the ramyeon bowls, that are topped with a spread of seafood, dumplings, kimchi, or cheese. For a similar choice at dinner, costs are hiked up just a bit to $11.80 or $13.80.
Come dusk, whenever you’re within the temper for some sizzle, flick through the BBQ menu for marinated meats like garlic pork stomach, beef bulgogi, and rooster teriyaki. Sharing parts of sausage/kimchi stew can be found too, in addition to soups like ginseng rooster and beef brief rib.
To clean all of it down with a splash of booze, order a spherical of soju ($18 every) in flavors like plum, grape, peach, and raspberry or Korean rice wine ($20 every) in peach or raspberry.
Su Korean BBQ is at 1 Sophia Rd, #02-01/02 Peace Centre.
6358-3368. Each day 11am-11pm.
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