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Hansang Korean Restaurant & Market (The Grandstand)

Asian, Barbecue, Korean, Seafood

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Daily: 11:30 - 22:30

The Grandstand
$18 based on 3 reviews
 

Hansang Korean Restaurant at The Grandstand (formerly known as Turf City) is the latest addition to the Hansang group of restaurants. Among the three restaurants, this outlet has the largest area occupying 12,500 square feet and houses a central kitchen and 10 VIP rooms making it the perfect choice for hosting private events that are unrivalled in quality and customisation. 

 

 

 

Directly translated, HANSANG means “a table full of food all the time”, and we've applied the concept throughout to create a welcoming, celebratory dining experience. From the beginning, we've taken care to ensure every decision is made with HANSANG in mind.

 

 

 

Currently, we feature a la carte options as well as set meals, premium charcoal BBQ and authentic Korean beverages and desserts. We are also continuing to expand our Catering services to better accommodate the high demand and high profile events with prominent Korean companies and the Korean Embassy.

 

 

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Victoria Lim • 12 Sep 201415 reviews 0 followers

This is how Koreans celebrate Mid-Autum Festival (Chuseok) according to Hansang Korean restaurant. Part of a traditional Korean course meal (Han Jeong Sik, $90), we stuffed ourselves silly with six different types of meat (from beef bulgogi, pig's trotter to pork belly) bean paste soup, stone pot rice, fried glass noodles (japchae) and of course the never-ending side dishes. Twas a pity this menu is only available for the Grand Stand outlet. Psst we heard that there will be a 50% discount till end of 2014 (but ask the staff, just in case).

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Victoria Lim • 12 Sep 201415 reviews 0 followers

This is how Koreans celebrate Mid-Autum Festival (Chuseok) according to Hansang Korean restaurant. Part of a traditional Korean course meal (Han Jeong Sik, $90), we stuffed ourselves silly with six different types of meat (from beef bulgogi, pig's trotter to pork belly) bean paste soup, stone pot rice, fried glass noodles (japchae) and of course the never-ending side dishes. Twas a pity this menu is only available for the Grand Stand outlet. Psst we heard that there will be a 50% discount till end of 2014 (but ask the staff, just in case).

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kok wee lim • 05 Aug 201411 reviews 0 followers

There is no promotion for the steamboat at all. I called the restaurant. A female Filipino sounding in charge claimed that there is no promotion for steamboat at all.


There is no promotion for the steamboat at all. I called the restaurant. A female Filipino sounding in charge claimed that there is no promotion for steamboat at all.


So I just call another restaurant to make reservation lor .....=)

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Janetthh • 18 Mar 20141 reviews 0 followers

I came across this restaurant when i wanted to find out what are the changes to turf city. I was attracted to western eating places next door cos it was very cosy & uniquely designed. I almost missed out on this yummy korean restaurant because it's so spacious & quiet , I thought it's for private functions. Luckily they display their menu outside & I took a 2nd look. My son's favourite bugogli chicken is in the menu and the...

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