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(Closed) Chang Korean Charcoal BBQ Restaurant

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Chang Korean charcoal BBQ Restaurant is a cut above the rest. They serve high quality authentic Korean food at its best. At Chang, they strive to provide customers with choices: the specially-designed menu includes organic and vegetarian food will satisfy the taste buds of the health-conscious souls.

Daily: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 64739005
$22 based on 15 submissions
Quiet (5 votes), Children/Family (4 votes), Dinner (4 votes)
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great place!!

I've when there a few times during lunch hour. The lunch set meal was great although there was only 2 choices. Their buckwheat cold noodle was really great!!! It was the dish that made me to be in love with korean food.

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• 28 Oct 2011 • 1 review • 0 follower

Food not fresh

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My husband and I went to Chang Korean at Iluma on 25 Oct for its BBQ Buffet Dinner. There were about an dozen choices of meat, but most of them were hard and tasteless, so we had mostly beef ribs which taste rather sweeter than needed. Not perfect, but we thought its the best out of the given choices. My husband and I only had about less than 10 pieces of the beef ribs and we had "enough" of it. (looking at our neighbours which ate so much more than us). We proceeded to its ice cream, there were only corn and raspberry flavour. They were in semi-melting state, but I went on digging 3 small scoops of the corn flavour, it was a deadly mistake! Please read on.

I experienced tummy ache half hour after I left the restaurant. And had food poisoning thereafter. The doctor commented that unfresh food with ice cream is a deadly combination and hence result in food poisoning.

It is my first time I had food poisoning - my first food poisoning encounter in my past 30 years, I usually have a strong stomach. I will never step into Chang Korean again.
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• 25 Nov 2010 • 2 reviews • 12 followers

Average food

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Was with a friend, looking for a dinner before our KTV... Since she had a craving for korean food so we went in.

It was kinda disappointing. The food were not fresh. Especially the prawns in the soup..

& most weird thing we found was a silver color thingy in our bean sprouts :( Pic shown.. & guess the only nice food was the Kimchi fried rice with pork.

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• 07 Oct 2010 • 1 review • 0 follower

great place!!

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I've when there a few times during lunch hour. The lunch set meal was great although there was only 2 choices. Their buckwheat cold noodle was really great!!! It was the dish that made me to be in love with korean food.

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