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Seoul Yummy Menu Singapore With Prices List
Their diverse range of combo meals caters perfectly to groups of various sizes. From the mouthwatering Chingu combo to the sumptuous Chego Family Combo, each dish is a true gastronomic delight. With prices starting from just S$34.03, you can enjoy a memorable meal without breaking the bank.
Their Hotstone Bibimbab dishes, available in Spicy Chicken, Spicy Pork, and Bulgogi Beef, are a true delight. Craving something unique? Try the Hotstone Egg & Cheese Fried Rice with options like Spicy Chicken or Spam. Don’t miss out on the flavorful Hotstone Cheesy Kimchi Fried Rice. For more variety, indulge in Egg Fried Rice with Spam or Bulgogi Beef, or savor the Kimchi Fried Rice with Spicy Pork.
Mini Army Stew
From the savory Spam & Cheese to the fiery Spicy Chicken and Spicy Pork options, each bowl bursts with rich taste. Indulge in the oceanic goodness of Seafood or savor the robust Beef and BBQ Pork Belly versions. For a unique twist, try the Odeng and Jja Jang Pork varieties.
Indulge in their flavorful selection of soups, such as the Seafood Beancurd Soup or the Spicy Kimchi Soup with tender pork. Don’t miss out on the authentic taste of their Ginseng Chicken Soup and mouthwatering Spicy Beef Soup, both priced from S$ 18.60.
Look no further than Seoul Yummy Menu Singapore! Indulge in the mouthwatering Ban Ban Pancake, a tantalizing fusion of Kimchi and Potato, priced at just S$10.36. Craving some cheesy goodness? The Cheesy Potato Pancake won’t disappoint! Explore a variety of flavors with their selection of delectable pancakes, Spicy Tteokbokki, and more.
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What company owns Seoul Yummy?
Seoul Yummy, the pioneering Korean Casual Dining restaurant in Singapore, takes pride in crafting unforgettable dining experiences for its patrons. With a focus on delicious food, exceptional customer service, and great value, the company remains dedicated to offering a unique and satisfying dining journey.
What food is Seoul famous for?
First up is the iconic kimchi, a traditional Korean delight crafted from fermented cabbage and carrots, creating a zesty and spicy experience for your taste buds. Don’t miss out on the finger-licking dakgangjeong, their succulent Korean fried chicken that’s crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Indulge in the scrumptious tteokbokki, a dish made from chewy rice cakes bathed in a delectable spicy sauce. Of course, a visit to Seoul wouldn’t be complete without savoring the mouthwatering flavors of Korean BBQ, where you grill tender meats right at your table.
How many branches is Seoul Yummy in Singapore?
You can choose from four Seoul Yummy Korean restaurants in Singapore, including one within Bugis+ shopping mall (201 Victoria Street).
Who is the owner of Seoul Yummy in Singapore?
Seoul Yummy was founded in 2008 by the couple, Frank and Laura. Frank founded his true calling in the F&B industry. He also noticed a rising K-Pop trend and saw it as a golden opportunity. Being Korean, Laura is knowledgeable about the ingredients & cooking techniques that make for perfect Korean dishes.
Author: Christopher Tan
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I have expressed my love for food through the written word by authoring and co-authoring multiple cookbooks, including Chinese Heritage Cooking, Ask The Foodie and NerdBaker. I am thrilled to inspire others to create their own meaningful experiences through food, through my writing and teachings. I write restaurant menus and review on eatzeely.com