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Gaia Korean Restaurant

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Experience Gaia Korean Restaurant's highest quality of meats with a taste of delicious and mouth watering cuisine for every individuals who love to explore with different kind of dishes.

Daily: 11:00 - 00:00

+65 63393313
$32 based on 50 submissions
Dinner (25 votes), Lunch (24 votes), Children/Family (23 votes)
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Nice place to have a relaxing dinner

Had a very relaxing BBQ dinner with my husband seated outdoors. Not sure if I'll like it that much if I have to sit indoors. The owner is very friendly and that makes us feel very at home. Food was good though I'm not clear why I have to be doing the cutting up of raw chicken soaked in melted water, which is quite messy and unhygenic looking. The beef and pork was very tasty though, will not order chicken next time. 

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• 14 Sep 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Nice place to have a relaxing dinner

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Had a very relaxing BBQ dinner with my husband seated outdoors. Not sure if I'll like it that much if I have to sit indoors. The owner is very friendly and that makes us feel very at home. Food was good though I'm not clear why I have to be doing the cutting up of raw chicken soaked in melted water, which is quite messy and unhygenic looking. The beef and pork was very tasty though, will not order chicken next time. 
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• 11 Sep 2014 • 58 reviews • 1 follower

Wholesome Korean Food

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One thing I like about this place is the great variety of side dishes given, this week, it could be bean sprouts, vegetables, lotus roots, next week, it could be tofu, potato, radish, another week, another entirely different set of cold side dishes, only the kimchi remains the staple of the cold dishes. So it is hard to get bored coming to this place for a meal and it definitely helps a lot that the most of the side dishes are quite tasty and appetizing. However, I feel that appetizers are more of home-cooked food standard instead of restaurant standard.

My only complant is that the kimchi tends to be a bit too spicy as compared to the Chongga kimchi I love. The grilled meats being thoroughly marinated with a delicious sauce, are fresh, tasty, delicious and juicy. The ginseng chicken soup is not too salty and tasted full of ginseng goodness.

The place is nice, simple and clean, the staffs are generally okay, they seem to be really busy, so it is kind of hard to catch their attention.

This is the place I'll go to whenever I want to eat Korean food.

This review (with pictures) can be found on my blog: http://morsels-of-delice.blogspot.sg/2014/09/gaia-korean-restaurant-yummy-korean-food.html
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• 08 Sep 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

YUMMY!

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The side dishes were so less. we love the bbq so much. seafood pancake was not really ok. better go there on foot because parking is a real challenging part when you go at holland village
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