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Gayageum Korean Family Restaurant

3.9

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8 reviews

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Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 15:00

Mon - Sat: 17:30 - 22:00

Sun: 13:00 - 22:00


Closed on 1st and 3rd week of Tuesday
Open on all public holiday even it’s on 1st and 3rd week of Tuesday

+65 64638011
$20 based on 10 submissions
Children/Family (5 votes), Lunch (4 votes), After Work (3 votes)
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Hidden gem in heartlands shopping centre

Have always come here cos the cheapest steamboats and barang barang shops are all here.

My girls and I saw this place for the first time last week and decided to give it a try cos the aunty running the place was very polite to us (she smiled at us and gave us directions after we passed her shop thrice lol to look for the curtains shop).

Can I say like a big bimbotic WOW?!?!
The bibimak is to die for, the ginseng soup is OMG nice.
The best part, hahaha we got to watch Running Man while enjoying the great food.
Love it to bits and will definitely come back again.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Ginseng Chicken Soup5 votes
  • Seafood & Spring Onion Pancake2 votes
  • Fried Boneless Chicken1 vote
  • Kimchi Fried Rice1 vote
  • Sausage & Ham Soup1 vote
  • Seafood & Spring Onion Pancake1 vote
  • Soypaste Vegetable Soup1 vote
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• 10 Feb 2015 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

Hidden gem in heartlands shopping centre

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Have always come here cos the cheapest steamboats and barang barang shops are all here.

My girls and I saw this place for the first time last week and decided to give it a try cos the aunty running the place was very polite to us (she smiled at us and gave us directions after we passed her shop thrice lol to look for the curtains shop).

Can I say like a big bimbotic WOW?!?!
The bibimak is to die for, the ginseng soup is OMG nice.
The best part, hahaha we got to watch Running Man while enjoying the great food.
Love it to bits and will definitely come back again.
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• 20 Jul 2014 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Homely feel and friendly and motherly lady boss makes our day!

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Was there on a lazy Sunday armed with HGW recommendation. (Btw Sun op hours is actually from 1-10pm, not 5-10pm as stated in HGW). Truly home-feel to it, cozy with a large projector screen of running man. Ordered the ginseng soup chicken, 3 types of pancake, beef, and 3 flavours fried chicken. To us (a family of 5), all of them really hit the spot except the beef. It's just normal. Pancakes were exceptional and we really enjoyed the soy sauce chicken! Ginseng soup? Excellent. No hint of MSG at all. And to top all this up, is the friendly, down to earth and motherly lady boss. (She's an ex piano teacher btw) Despite her poor English, she strived her best to interact with us and find out how the meal was. Really good service! Will definitely be back again!
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• 04 Apr 2014 • 230 reviews • 4 followers

Korean Fried Chicken Hideaway

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We wanted to love this one – tucked away in basement 2 of Bukit Timah Shopping Centre, among dance schools for children and interior design companies, it has the best service we encountered – the owners are personable and accomodating. The long, brightly-lit restaurant space is a KFC hideaway in a world of its own: K-Pop dramas, running man and music videos are projected on the main wall. But the fried chicken was too floury. We tried the original – we tasted only the thick crust of flour in our mouth; the thick spicy sauce left flour in our mouth; the non-spicy spicy sauce (chilli bits were just for show) – had flour in our... you get it. This is a case of too much flour, too little dry-ish meat. We felt bad they had to go through the trouble of plating all five types of KFC on one ($40.70). Better to order the HGW community recommended ginseng chicken soup (half chicken with rice, $14; full chicken $19).
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