5. 8Korean BBQ
For S$10.90, you get to customise your bowl of bibimbap. And the taste of Bibimbap varies from the ingredients and sauces put on the bowl. Start off with one carbohydrate (white rice, purple rice, quinoa +S$3), one protein (spicy chicken, stir-fried pork, beef bulgogi) and also three complements. Lastly, pick a sauce (original-spicy or soy) to enhance your bibimbap. The presentation of the bibimbap has awaken all the senses even before I start to feast. Do note that Design Your Own Bibimbap is only available at 8Korean BBQ The Central at Clarke Quay.
Besides the value set lunch, I would also recommend these ala carte dishes; Mangalitsa pork bellies in 8 Signature flavours and Bibimbap Bingsu. I admit that the prices are steep, but the quality of food is there.
Probably the only Korean restaurant in Singapore where you can order Mangalitsa pork bellies in 8 Signature flavours eg. Wine, Original, Garlic, Herb, Curry, Miso, Red Pepper Paste, Kalbi. Start from the lightest flavour, Wine to the strongest flavour, Red Pepper Paste, being the last. Have you spotted your favourite among the flavour feast?
8 Colours Set (inclusive of seafood stew) at S$98.
Hot weather calls for a… Bingsu! This was just the perfect dessert to cool off. Cooling house-made milk ice and 8 refreshing ingredients like assorted fruit, marshmallows and crunch. Don’t forget to drizzle Hershey’s hot fudge for a delicious ending. In case you are wondering, this is not a bibimbap.
Bibimbap Bingsu at S$28