Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 15:00
Mon - Fri: 17:00 - 22:00
Sat, Sun & PH: 11:00 - 15:30
Sat, Sun & PH: 17:00 - 22:00
Hansik Korean Family Restaurant aims to provide a place for families to gather and partake of appetising home-cooked Korean meals that promotes good health and wellness through serving home-made food with no artificial ingredients and monosodium glutamate in preparation of each dish. Enjoy a wide range of authentic dishes and a unique blend of fine tastes and flavours with a traditional Korean touch and relish the experience of satisfying your taste buds and taking care of your health at the same time.
Chanced upon this restaurant 2 years ago and have been making a conscious effort to go as often as possible. Some observation: -They usually would ask for your order at the entrance during peak hours so your food , beverages and side dishes would be serve asap. -The 2 couch seats in the innermost part of the restaurant are reserved mostly for 4-6 pax -It is advised to come before 5.30pm or after 8.30 pm to avoid the long queues during weekends Overall it is a small cosy, korean restaurant serving authentic cuisine. The pancakes, ginseng chicken , and greentea pork belly are must tries.
I don't write a lot about Korean restaurants because quite a number I had visited did not inspire me enough to do so. So this says a lot about Hansik, in which I share my thoughts on this place.
I like the side dishes here since they taste refreshing—exactly how appetizers should be like, to refresh one's palates for the mains and complement the grilled items. The kimchi is not too spicy, which is how I like it.
The chargrilled chicken is fresh, succulent with hints of the burnt aroma of grilled meat. The mushrooms that come with the chicken pack lots of moisture under the grilled surface. Dip the chucks of meats or mushrooms into the sea salt sauce, the result is grill goodness.
The seafood pancake is quite a disappointment as compared to the side dishes and chargrilled chicken. Too much flour, too little seafood, I feel like I am eating mouthfuls of slightly flavoured cooked dough. This can be given a miss.
Since this restaurant has ala carte menu instead of going buffet style, the air there is fresher, with none of the smell and grease that hang in the air of lots of Korean restaurants. I actually prefer this kind of dining environment. The service is okay lah. No highlight and no lowlight.I definitely look forward to go back to check out other dishes on the menu.
it cost $47 and good for 3 person to share. there are also around 7 side dishes which can be topped up. tea is also free flow. bbq options seems quite popular with other customers, maybe i'll try it next time.