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Korean Cuisine - Food Republic VivoCity

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hmmm.....

this shall be a 2-in-1 review, meaning I've eaten here before a couple of time & am combining 2 reviews into one.

once,'ve tried the bowl of rice(don't really remember the name), not the stone one. it was ok & cost $6. I didn't know it was chili & added the sauce into the rice. It's quite filling.

the other time, I tried the bibimbap too but with the stone bowl. Both were not bad, but I felt the price is too steep for food court food. Besides, there're plenty of other choices in ViVo City & the neighboring Harbourfront Center.

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• 22 Jul 2009 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

love mixed rice

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eats here so many times, love the mixed rice (veggies, egg, beef) in hotstone bowl, so yummy, i love the one at Vivo city most
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• 09 Jul 2009 • 39 reviews • 14 followers

hmmm.....

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this shall be a 2-in-1 review, meaning I've eaten here before a couple of time & am combining 2 reviews into one.

once,'ve tried the bowl of rice(don't really remember the name), not the stone one. it was ok & cost $6. I didn't know it was chili & added the sauce into the rice. It's quite filling.

the other time, I tried the bibimbap too but with the stone bowl. Both were not bad, but I felt the price is too steep for food court food. Besides, there're plenty of other choices in ViVo City & the neighboring Harbourfront Center.
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