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Blue Garden Korean BBQ (Tiong Bahru)

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Address: #01-07, Link Hotel, 50 Tiong Bahru Road, 168733

Blue Garden Korean BBQ is a Korean buffet restaurant offerings the best and finest Korean dishes at high quality and fresh ingredients with impeccable service.

Daily: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 17:00 - 22:00

+65 62240700
$26 based on 25 submissions
Large Groups/Gathering (5 votes), Buffet (4 votes), Dinner (4 votes)

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Affordable, valuable and enjoyable

The dinner cost $24.90 per pax on a weekday, and total bill for two was about $59 after GST and service fee though I really didn't remember them providing me any service. As much as I can understand why there are so many negative feedback on Blue Garden online and there are honestly indeed many areas that they can or needed to improve on, I thought as diners we get way more than what we paid for and that made the meal valuable and price-worthy as compared to other restaurants.

In my opinion, I would recommend Blue Garden to anyone who is looking for an affordable and nice buffet as dining here is relatively no-frill and you don't have to queue or squeeze with a large pack of customers. If you need something that is authentically Korean or something with a wider variety of selections, you might want to give this plain and simple restaurant a miss.

Read full review with pictures here:
http://yveyanxi.blogspot.sg/2015/02/blue-garden.html

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• 02 Feb 2015 • 48 reviews • 2 followers

Affordable, valuable and enjoyable

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The dinner cost $24.90 per pax on a weekday, and total bill for two was about $59 after GST and service fee though I really didn't remember them providing me any service. As much as I can understand why there are so many negative feedback on Blue Garden online and there are honestly indeed many areas that they can or needed to improve on, I thought as diners we get way more than what we paid for and that made the meal valuable and price-worthy as compared to other restaurants.

In my opinion, I would recommend Blue Garden to anyone who is looking for an affordable and nice buffet as dining here is relatively no-frill and you don't have to queue or squeeze with a large pack of customers. If you need something that is authentically Korean or something with a wider variety of selections, you might want to give this plain and simple restaurant a miss.

Read full review with pictures here:
http://yveyanxi.blogspot.sg/2015/02/blue-garden.html
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• 24 Sep 2013 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

No-Frills Korean BBQ Restaurant ($24.90, week-nights)

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Went on last Thurs (7.15pm) with a colleague to this restaruant without any reservation. First impression, there was no service staff attending at the entrance. Every available staff is either serving customer, clearing table, topping up food etc. However it does not fume up like some badly ventilated BBQ resturant where you smell like one BBQ-human after the meal. We seated ourselves at one of the table at the corner. A staff came to confirmed our pax count and advise us the pricing and welcome us to help ourselves to the buffet. The meat spread is quite sufficient for the amount of $24.90, however due to the manppower shortage, the cooked portion is 10/10 empty during peak hours and start to replemenish at about 8.15pm. The meat go very well with their in-house BBQ sauce and the white rice. The seaweed soup was surprising good but the ginseng-chicken soup was too fake for its strong aroma. The next credit for the restaurant would be the margin it charges for its soft drinks. At a BBQ place, most customers would easily order a can of cold drink or even 2 ~ 3. With some nut-head bosses, they would milked you dry for that can of drink at $3.00 or more. Blue charge $2.00 for each 330ml of soft drink which I must say it is rather okay.

Except of my muslim friends which I would not be able to bring them here, I will make a return trip very soon. Keep up the good food !!! (and stay that prices please)
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• 02 May 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Went to this place 3 times in past week just because my colleagues and i work nearby and we had sudden craving for korean bbq. Twice for lunch and once for dinner. Overall its good value for money especially during lunch time. Place never packed. Variety of food available more than Goki Day and at same price. My only complain is, although it seems they have abt 4 person working in service area, finshed raw food (especially meat) are not refilled for up to half an hour. The wait persons also should smile a bit more instead of grumpy faces. I should know cos i went thrice in a week and always the same.
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