Monday, February 27, 2012

Seoul Yummy @ Suntec City

Seoul Yummy is a casual Korean eating place that is pretty good value for money (in Singapore) and nice food to boot. It certainty isn't the cheapest, but it is not the most expensive either. I have been to the Seoul Yummy branch at Suntec City a couple of times, and today is one of the days that I happened to have dinner there. The lunch specials are worth the visit too.

One of the things like about Seoul Yummy is that the main meals come with a free flow of side dishes, as well as barley tea. The d├ęcor is simple, yet stylish and comfortable at the same time. And yes, as it is a Korean restaurant, Korean music is played continuously.

My mom ordered the Half Ginseng Chicken Soup at S$13.99 set, which comes with brown rice and (free flow) hot barley tea. This soup’s flavor comes from fresh Korean ginseng and is great for those who fear the strong flavors of ginseng.
Half Ginseng Chicken Soup
Half Ginseng Chicken Soup
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