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Auntie Kim's Korean Restaurant (Upper Thomson)

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Address: 265 Upper Thomson Road, 574392

This neighbourhood restaurant has gone the whole hog with Korean music and waitresses wearing traditional Korean garb. Try the chicken ginseng soup.

Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 15:00

Mon - Sun: 17:30 - 22:00

+65 64522112
$27 based on 49 submissions
Dinner (19 votes), Children/Family (13 votes), Lunch (13 votes)

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Tasty authentic Korean restaurant

Made a reservation on a weekend for my family of 5, and lucky I did because it was really crowded when we got there. Side dishes servings were a little small but refills were not chargeable so that's fine. Their pork shoulders, jeon (pancake), glass noodle dish were reallyyyyy good! If I wasn't so full I would have ordered more jeon. Service was good too, dishes didn't take too long to arrive. Will definitely be back again!

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• 18 Jul 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Overrated

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Googled for the best Korean restaurant in SG and was brought to this place. Made a reservation after browsing through their online menu at http://www.auntiekim.sg/. Brought my family over, hoping to let them try the not-so-common Korean dishes that I saw on their online menu (Eg. Jjimdak and Gamjatang). Was EXTREMELY disappointed when I asked for their Dinner Special menu and was told that they did not have other menu for the day (my goodness, it's a Saturday bro). Not sure if their online menu was for the other branch at ARC (to be fair), but there were nothing indicative of that on their website (at least to my knowledge).
 
 Fine, ordered all the common Korean dishes. Sundubu Chigae - Not spicy enough and very tasteless in my opinion; Haemul Jeon - Frozen pancake that wasn't well cooked; The only other edible one was their Ginseng Chicken, but even then, I had greater expectation of it since this was considered a pretty authentic Korean restaurant.

Plenty of staffs but service was not great.
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• 12 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Tasty authentic Korean restaurant

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Made a reservation on a weekend for my family of 5, and lucky I did because it was really crowded when we got there. Side dishes servings were a little small but refills were not chargeable so that's fine. Their pork shoulders, jeon (pancake), glass noodle dish were reallyyyyy good! If I wasn't so full I would have ordered more jeon. Service was good too, dishes didn't take too long to arrive. Will definitely be back again!
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• 08 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Most authentic Korean cuisine

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Most authentic Korean cuisine I have had. Brought my ex-classmates and colleagues on separate occassions, they all enjoyed it and wish to bring their friends here. My colleagues were impressed with the authentic Korean condiments (unlike those cheapo conditments in other places). Favourites would be the pancake and jap chae, i recall their facial expressions when they ate those, they went 'WAH this one also very gd!' Unexpectedly surprised. Worth a visit for authentic Korean meals!
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