Muk-Bang Korean Restaurant – Delicious Halal Army Stew
Located at Viva Business Park (formerly known as Chai Chee Technopark), 3 months old Muk-Bang Korean Restaurant has officially been certified Halal as of 31 March 2017. Look forward to an array of Halal Korean dishes ranging from their signature army stew, to dak galbi (Korean spicy stir-fried chicken). This month, Muk-Bang Korean Restaurant will also be revamping their menu to offer lunch bento sets amongst other items.
The Budae Jjigae ($36) is one of the hottest items here. A portion of this fiery spicy army stew is good for 2 to 3 persons. Each pot comes with generous helpings of chicken, chicken ham, chicken sausage, Korean rice cakes, baked beans, an assortment of mushrooms, tofu, kimchi, ramen, and a slice of cheese. Be warned as the broth really knocked our socks off! The restaurant has received feedbacks that kids aren’t able to handle the level of spiciness, so their revamped menu includes a non-spicy version of Budae Jjigae to cater to the whole family.
For sharing, try the Haemul Pajeon ($16) or Kimchi Jeon ($16). Pajeon is one of the Koreans’ all-time favourite snacks or appetisers. Well, it’s the same for us! We tried the former, a seafood pancake that is relatively well prepared. It contains fresh prawns and squids, with scallions to enhance the flavours of the pancake. The batter is not too dense, and has a nice bite. Dip it into the soy sauce if you prefer it to be a tad saltier.
Other best-selling Korean favourites include Sundubu Jjigae (tofu soup), Samgaetang (ginseng chicken soup) and Bibimbap. It’s best to come on an empty stomach with a big group of friends or family!
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