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Hyangtogol Korean Restaurant

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Located in Amara Hotel on Tanjong Pagar Road, Hyangtogol Korean Restaurant serves Korean cuisine.

Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

+65 66816423
$32 based on 51 submissions
Dinner (19 votes), Lunch (17 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (13 votes)
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A Korean Affair

The environment of the restaurant reminds me of some small traditional restaurants in korea. The articles pinned out side did brought up my expectation of the restaurant a little more.

The service is not the best i have experienced, some waitress were good and some just want to get the job done. We were 1st served with a badly broken cast iron, my table felt that the broken BBQ iron plate seems unhygienic to BBQ meat on it and requested to change. 1 waitress replied "its okay" but its not okay for our table and we had to insist on changing it.

Food wise personally felt that there are better korean restaurants out there that has better tasting marinates, fresher meat and thicker richer ginseng chicken soup.

It is definitely a value for the price we paid per head at around $35 per pax.

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• 14 May 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

A Korean Affair

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The environment of the restaurant reminds me of some small traditional restaurants in korea. The articles pinned out side did brought up my expectation of the restaurant a little more.

The service is not the best i have experienced, some waitress were good and some just want to get the job done. We were 1st served with a badly broken cast iron, my table felt that the broken BBQ iron plate seems unhygienic to BBQ meat on it and requested to change. 1 waitress replied "its okay" but its not okay for our table and we had to insist on changing it.

Food wise personally felt that there are better korean restaurants out there that has better tasting marinates, fresher meat and thicker richer ginseng chicken soup.

It is definitely a value for the price we paid per head at around $35 per pax.

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• 08 Apr 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

authenic korea food

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The service is good and fast. Food is good, fresh, nice. Like the bbq meat wrapped with the vegetables Nothing to complain. Do make a reservation as it can be crowded.
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• 16 Nov 2013 • 140 reviews • 0 follower

An above average Korean restaurant

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The restaurant is quite value for money and we only spent about $40 per person and was really full at the end of the meal. Couldn't finish the hotpot and even the panchan. However, I thought better Korean restaurants could be found in the area of Tanjong Pagar which seems to be like a 'little korea' as more and more Korean restaurants are emerging in that area.

For more details, please visit:
http://foodolicious.wordpress.com/2013/11/16/hyang-to-gol-korean-restaurant/
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