Korea’s Jeju is famed for their beautiful sights, and food! If you’re hankering for an authentic taste of Jeju, look no further than Jeju Sanghoe, a newly-opened Jeju specialty restaurant in Singapore offering quality Jeju eats and affordable prices!
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The restaurant specialises in Jeju-style pork noodles, and wet-aged Korean BBQ—a method of vacuum sealing meat in a cold water process to make it more tender and flavourful. The Jeju-style noodles and pork rice soup come in a rich, milky broth and tender slices of pork.
Image Credits: Jeju Sanghoe
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Must-try items from the menu include the Jeju Style Gogi-Guksu ($16.50), Spicy Bibim Gogi-Guksu ($16.50), Moum-Guk ($17), Ra-myun with Abalone ($25), Dombae ($34), Black Stone Sizzle Pork Belly BBQ ($26) and more.
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Image Credit: Jeju Sanghoe
If you’re coming in a larger group, you could order the Halla Mountain Braised Pork Spare Rib ($67) that’s inspired by Jeju’s famous Mount Hallasan, the highest peak in South Korea. The dish comes in both spicy and non-spicy versions, with generous servings of fall-of-the-bone tender pork ribs stacked high like a mountain. Unlike usual Korean joints, the restaurant also serves a series of more premium side dishes, like shrimp, okra, braised quail eggs and more.
Address: 74 Tras St, Singapore 079013
Opening Hours: 11.30am-3pm & 5pm-10pm daily