BBQ Seoul Shokudo has halal Japanese-Korean food at Velocity
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Singaporeans love Japanese and Korean food, and BBQ Seoul Shokudo brings them together in a single, halal-friendly spot! From yakiniku and ramen to Korean stews and bibimbap, this is a must-visit for fans of both cuisines. Conveniently situated next to Novena MRT Station, BBQ Seoul Shokudo is centrally located to boot.
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Start with their value-for-money Beef Karubi Set ($11.90++) where you grill the meat yourself, yakiniku-style. This set also comes with a side of half a chijimi━a thin, savoury Korean-style pancake made with scallions and various vegetables━and a hojicha drink.
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If you prefer noodles, go for their Japanese-Korean fusion ramen, Salad Reimen With Steamed Chicken Set ($12.90) or Army Chicken Cutlet Curry Noodle Set ($12.90++) instead.
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On top of BBQ sets, ramen, and bibimbap, they also have a selection of doria, AKA rice gratin. For something different, get their Mentai Flavoured Corn Egg Doria ($12.90++) or Beef Bulgogi Doria ($12.90++). Get these as part of a set at an additional $2 for iced lemon tea or hojicha.
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A must-try is their Yangnyeom Takoyaki ($10.90++), drenched in a sweet and spicy sauce that’s crafted with gochujang, chilli powder, soya sauce, minced garlic and more.
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After all that, go crazy on their selection of free-flow sides with every main ordered. They offer banchan, which includes kimchi, radish, beansprouts, and snacks such as corn mayonnaise.
If you’re looking for more Japanese eats, visit Kuro Kare for their affordable 36-hour Japanese curry in SMU. Otherwise, for more food recommendations in the area, check out MukJja which has Korean-Chinese jjajangmyeon.
Address: 238 Thomson Road, #01-89/90, Velocity, Singapore 307683
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm
BBQ Seoul Shokudo is a halal-certified eatery.