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Hansik Korean Family Restaurant (Heartland Mall)

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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.

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

+65 62882448
$25 based on 48 submissions
Dinner (7 votes), After Work (6 votes), Children/Family (5 votes)
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Good traditional restaurant

I had come across hansik on the site but wasn't sure if it was good, so I asked my friend and he told me it's pretty good. Had the mushroom and beef hotpot and pork kimchi pancake. The sides are decent, kimchi above average. It's a little spicier but that suits my tastebuds. roasted barley tea is on the house, just like the restaurants in Korea. Hotpot was delicious and serving is good. Pancake was crispy and good as well. Service is decent, overall a good experience.

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• 22 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Good traditional restaurant

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I had come across hansik on the site but wasn't sure if it was good, so I asked my friend and he told me it's pretty good. Had the mushroom and beef hotpot and pork kimchi pancake. The sides are decent, kimchi above average. It's a little spicier but that suits my tastebuds. roasted barley tea is on the house, just like the restaurants in Korea. Hotpot was delicious and serving is good. Pancake was crispy and good as well. Service is decent, overall a good experience.
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• 02 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Poor Service!

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Honestly, the food is not that bad but then their customer service is lousy to the max. Back then 2 years before, they used to have nice food and services. But after that, their service crew recently is really bad. One of the crew showed me "black face" and asked me to order in once when I requested for my second order which actually is their fault that they never heard properly for my first order. Then after I complained to him actually is your fault for didn't listening my order correctly, he asked his other crew members to never serve us anymore. Oh well, since then I also won't ever to visit the restaurant anymore if I gotta pay for this kind of sucks service.
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• 13 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 1 follower

Above average

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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.
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