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Seoul Garden (Ngee Ann City)

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Seoul Garden is an authentic Korean-styled BBQ restaurant that offers their customers a unique self-serving dining experience that will always be remembered. Customers will always enjoy their authentic and intense meat-marinates, and large spread of fresh buffet items.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:30

+65 68361339
$26 based on 13 submissions
Vibrant/Noisy (6 votes), Dinner (5 votes), Buffet (4 votes)
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The usual variety of food at a worthy nett price

It is always good to go back the used-to-go buffet place.  First of all, they have been changing since my school days that I came to know this place.

The variety of food and soup base have extended to other cuisine like Korean.  For only 2 of us, and wouldn't want to spend much on limited food that we can consume.

It turned out that the food was so appetizing, we kept going to and fro from our table to the food counter to get more food and drinks.  Indeed, this is considered one of the invaluable option to eat a feast out of it.  And of course, the usual consequence is that our clothes will be always lingering with the BBQ smell.  Natural body perfume for me. 

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• 12 Jul 2014 • 316 reviews • 86 followers

The usual variety of food at a worthy nett price

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It is always good to go back the used-to-go buffet place.  First of all, they have been changing since my school days that I came to know this place.

The variety of food and soup base have extended to other cuisine like Korean.  For only 2 of us, and wouldn't want to spend much on limited food that we can consume.

It turned out that the food was so appetizing, we kept going to and fro from our table to the food counter to get more food and drinks.  Indeed, this is considered one of the invaluable option to eat a feast out of it.  And of course, the usual consequence is that our clothes will be always lingering with the BBQ smell.  Natural body perfume for me. 
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• 11 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

worst employer!

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If you wish to work find job at Singapore, please careful about Zingrill Holdings Pte Ltd!
Zingrill Holdings Pte Ltd (formerly known as Tedston Pte Lted) is the owner of Seoul Garden, Seoul Garden Hot Pot, Breeks Cafe, Chef Noodles and so on. Zingrill also the subsidiary company belongs to Quantum Quest Pte Ltd. As they always use the term "Management Trainee", "Manager Trainee", "Kitchen Supervisor", "Kitchen Trainee", and tell you how many incentives their company will pay to you, in order to cheat people to work with them, as your job have to cover a lot of things or stations. No matter you are from Agent, or Walk In Interview, once you signed the contract with them, you will be the one of the victim. As you must finish the contract and at the same time they pay you only the fixed LOW pay within the contract period and no increment within the contract period.

Besides that, they also offer different types of salary package to different person, sometime they will ask you don't disclose your salary to other people as your pay is the highest, but actually your pay is the lowest. Once you signed the 1 or 2 years contract, then you have no choice and have to complete the contract, if not they will ask you to pay the big amount of money (the total basic pay within the contract period). The pay they offer to Filipino, Chinese from China, Indian from India, Burmese, Malaysian, Vietnamese are totally different.

Furthermore, if you ask them to do some adjustment on your low salary, they will tell you adjustment is base on performance, they never mention how to judge your performance, once you achieved good performance, then they will tell you the pay increase is base on outlet performance, for example: the outlet hit target, then you will get incentive, but it very seldom can hit the target and with very small amount.

The more crucial things in this company is they almost no follow minimum requirement of employment act. Some of the contract staffs do not have annual leave within their first 2 years contract period as minimum requirement established by Ministry of Manpower Singapore (7 days per year).
More info: http://www.mom.gov.sg/employment-practices/leave-and-holidays/Pages/annual-leave.aspx

I know that Singapore government continually promote the country as world class working environment with fair employment, that is why NTUC was established to involving in this part, so the Human Resource practices of this company is totally questionable by the Public.

Moreover, due to no local Singaporean want to join their company, because they offer VERY LOW pay. Thus, they employ the agent to recruit the foreign F&B student (such as from India) to work with them for 6 Months contract with only SGD600-1000, that required them to work 60 hours per week, is it humanity? 60 hours per week is quite suffer, moreover they just a student attachment. Because of saving the MOM quota and save money, then do not need to bother about the fairness and humanity? This type of student have no benefit and no Medical Claim to cover, once they fall in sick due to tiredness, but the medical bill have to pay by themselves and still need to owe working hour, this is totally unfair for them, as they have their rights too.

More info at: singaporeworstemployer.blogspot.sg
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• 23 Jan 2011 • 230 reviews • 0 follower

my top seoul garden choice

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its not a bad place for all couples, families and friends to come. this branch offers a good variety and good ambience. but like all other stores, they always have tour groups coming in, especially when this store is bigger. tour groups usually make it noisier and maybe less food for you. ahha. good food, good service. as a seoul garden frequent visitor, this is my top choice.
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