Kimchi Korean Restaurant

Tried Kimchi Korean Restaurant twice. I still remember the first time we went, it was quite a big group of us and they were really crowded, so even though we made a reservation, the 6pm slots were full so we could only take the 7.30pm slot. Nonetheless, the second time was better, not much crowd and we could get seats once we reached. The whole interior of Kimchi Korean Restaurant is spacious and brightly lit. Beside the communal dining area, they have a few private rooms available for the privacy’s of big group gatherings.


3 appetizers are served together with the meal. They are complimentary and free flow and the varieties changes every time. But the standard kind of varies every time too.


Seafood Dolsot Bap: Generous serving of salmon, scallop, mussels, prawns, squids topped with a sunny side up served in a hot stone pot. The downside of this dish is that the seafood are a little dry and overcook, otherwise, with more sauce and juicer seafood, it should be a pretty good dish. But one thing i like about this dish is that, it was served hot! There are a few places even though it in a hot stone pot, but the food was only warm.


Kimchi Ramen: A very common and simple yet sensational noodle soup. The soup base tingles your taste buds with its spicy-ness. Abundance of ingredients including golden mushroom, potato noodles, kimchi, cabbage, etc found in this spicy and lil sourish pot of noddle soup. A total comfort food for the stomach on a cold rainy day.


Marinated Waygu Beef: One word ‘AWESOME’, so fresh, so tender that it literally melts in your mouth. You really have to try this if you’re a beef lover!


Marinated Chicken: Another fresh and well marinated chicken. It’s juicy even after bbq-ing!

All in all, you should really try out their BBQ, it wont disappoint you!

Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard
#02-387 Singapore 038983

   Food: ❤️❤️❤️❤️
Ambiance: ❤️❤️❤️
Service: ❤️❤️❤️
Price: ❤️❤️
Value for Money: ❤️❤️❤️

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