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Red Pig Korean Restaurant

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Red Pig Korean Restaurant is located at Amoy Street and serves Korean Food.

Mon to Fri: 12.00 pm - 2.30 pm (Lunch), 5.30 pm - 11.30 pm (Dinner), Sat & Sun: 5.30 pm - 11.30 pm

+65 62207176
$32 based on 51 submissions
After Work (7 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (7 votes), Dinner (6 votes)
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Great Korean bbq!

Great Value and good food!

My friends and I looking for bbq before going for a drink @club st. Somebody told us that we can find good bbq along Amoy st and found this Red Pig Korean BBQ.

At the entrance, we are greeted by staff wearing RED t-shirt ...."anyeonghaseyo" mind me if I say it wrong..

We were seated in the middle of restaurant and you can smells the bbq grilling on others table that make us more hungrier.

We decided to other 2 meats and pancake (need to reserved some space for drinks later).
While waiting for our food, they gave those generous side dishes. WOW! that taste good and wonderful and can be replenish without asking.

Our order just came in time. While enjoying our bbq, staff are very helpful and assist us how to cook meats, show us the traditional way of eating bbq that need to wrap with fresh lettuce. Woohh, it's awesome meats are well marinated, very tasty and flavourful.

Really having a good dinner and definitely coming back for more!

Good job!

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• 17 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great Korean bbq!

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Great Value and good food!

My friends and I looking for bbq before going for a drink @club st. Somebody told us that we can find good bbq along Amoy st and found this Red Pig Korean BBQ.

At the entrance, we are greeted by staff wearing RED t-shirt ...."anyeonghaseyo" mind me if I say it wrong..

We were seated in the middle of restaurant and you can smells the bbq grilling on others table that make us more hungrier.

We decided to other 2 meats and pancake (need to reserved some space for drinks later).
While waiting for our food, they gave those generous side dishes. WOW! that taste good and wonderful and can be replenish without asking.

Our order just came in time. While enjoying our bbq, staff are very helpful and assist us how to cook meats, show us the traditional way of eating bbq that need to wrap with fresh lettuce. Woohh, it's awesome meats are well marinated, very tasty and flavourful.

Really having a good dinner and definitely coming back for more!

Good job!

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• 10 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

delish food.

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Recommended by friend to come and try. Wasnt disappointed. Not really a korean bbq fan but will come back for it again! 
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• 22 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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I was there on a Saturday night with a friend and at 8.45pm, they were preparing to close. We wanted to try the bbq but was told we have to order at least two serving of meat. Being small eater, we decided to just order other stuff instead, the dinner menu was so limited we had a hard time deciding what to order. We were served chilled pale yellow colour water, it tasted like super diluted dish-water.
We order the spicy beef kimchi soup,  seafood pancake and kimchi salad.
The soup was tasty, the beef was so hard, we mistook it for dried wood. The seafood pancake consist of rubbery squid and vegetable and th side dishes was not impressive either, I think I do a better kimchi than what was served. 
Overall, it was disappointing, for the price, I could have gone for a korean bbq buffet instead.
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