Since I read so many good writeups about their korean ginseng chicken soup, I decided to try with my daughter last evening. We ordered the $59.00 set which consists of 5 korean side dishes, 2 grilled saba fishes, 1 plate of pak choi, bibimbap (rice with beef on the hot bowl), korean ginseng chicken soup and cut fruits. Read MoreHide
As the restaurant was not very crowded, the different types of banchan (side dishes) arrived quickly. It was very common items like big-head bean sprouts, spinach, celery with carrot, kimchi and 2 pieces of fried sweet potato. The fried bak choi was a tad too saltish. And honestly this is the first time that we find fried bak choi in a korean joint. We were thoroughly disappointed that although the soup closely resembled the authentic version in Korea, the chicken meat was very very tough, even the thigh part. The saba fish was also overcooked. As the place was not very crowded, the waitresses were having a good time talking amongst themselves, and very loudly too.
It will be very difficult to find us going back to this place again. Su Korean Restaurant, with outlets at Far East Plaza and Boat Quay serves more authentic korean food and their service is also much better.
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