My first attempt at Korean cuisine was at this crowded food court in Marina Square where i had Bulgogi Beef. I loved it for its fabulous marination that i am afraid only satay is a worthy comparison of.
Since then, my exposure to Korean cuisine revolved around food courts and canteens... until my very first visit to Auntie Kim, a restaurant setting opened by a Korean lady.
Ignorantly, i always thought that eating Korean food is just like any other meals; you order a main dish, you get a main dish.
I must had been really satisfied with the food for my first visit because when the Korean craving struck early in the morning, Auntie Kim was the first i thought of.
Food we work for, force us to appreciate the food better.
Using the same reasoning for Bibim-bab; in order to really eat this dish, you have to really mix all the portions together in the really hot stone bowl plus a special sauce. Despite the many ingredients used, the result was a dish so well complemented and tasty
The first good thing?
No MSG added for all the food!!
The next better thing?
No Goods and Services Tax (GST) charged!
The best thing?
Free flow of the smooth, cholesterol-buster barley tea!
No 265, Upper Thomson Road. It's quite near to Thomson Plaza. Please click HERE and paste the aforementioned address .