Talk about the hottest Korean BBQ restaurants in Singapore, and we all think of Super Star K at Tanjong Pagar. The outlet specialises in using charcoal grill for its Korean BBQ, and the authentic dining experience explains its popularity among Singaporeans and tourists alike. Perpetually packed and crowded, dinner might have to come with a little wait, but we will tell you it is going to be worth the while.
The group of us ate very well. We ordered a variety of dishes like Sliced Pork BBQ (S$18), Pork Belly BBQ (S$18), Spicy Chicken BBQ (S$18), Black Pepper Chicken (S$18), Pork Bulgogi (S$18), Seafood Pancake (S$25) and Soy Bean Paste Stew (S$12). Everything was great, and there was nothing much to pick on. The quality of the meat wasn’t anything to get excited about, but they were well-marinated and the servers are all dedicated to BBQ-ing them for you.
Do not have your meal without the Seafood Pancake and Soy Bean paste Stew, because these classic Korean favourites are complementary to the heavily flavoured meats. The ones who cannot do without their spicy food can opt for the Kimchi Stew, or better known as Kimchi Jjigae.
Super Star K takes in reservations for groups of 4 and above for dinners on Tuesdays to Thursday. Otherwise, we’d suggest you to get there before 6pm or be prepared to wait for at least 45 minutes. Yes, the queue is quite a horror.
Super Star K Korean BBQ
75 Tanjong Pagar Road
Tel: +65 6224 0504
Tue to Sun: 11.30am – 2.30pm, 5.30pm – 11pm
Nearest Station: Tanjong Pagar
OMG. How I miss Korean food. I had some amazing options in Melbourne but since moving to Barcelona it’s been impossible to find! If anyone visits Barcelona from Korea and brings me some real kimchi they’re invited to my supper club (www.papaserra.com)!
Can’t wait to visit when i come to singapore in december!
Joel, would appreciate you sharing the recommendations for Melbourne as I couldn’t find any more the usual places I used to go. Thanks. Hope you find good ones to go to in Barcelona soon.