If you have already tried these seven best Korean BBQ places in Singapore, here's a new restaurant in town for you to add to your list.
Hanjip Korean Grill House is the newest authentic Korean BBQ restaurant located at Clarke Quay and is one of the biggest in Singapore, spanning 5,000 sq ft in size.
Read on to find out more!
Hanjip stands out with its luxurious black and gold interior paired with marble walls and tabletops - things you wouldn't usually see in a Korean BBQ restaurant.
There are plenty of seats in Hanjip, making it perfect for group gatherings (not more than eight please) but if you wish to have more privacy, go for the private dining rooms instead.
Aesthetics aside, everything else down to its food is similar to what you would expect from a Korean BBQ joint, or maybe even better, so there is no need to worry about the authenticity.
Hanjip serves aged Australian Wagyu, USDA Prime Beef and Kurobuta Berkshire Pork - all of which are premium selections. Aged meat has an enhanced flavour and texture so you know you are only getting the best while dining at Hanjip!
Beef options include wagyu striploin, wagyu brisket, USDA prime ribeye, marinated boneless short rib and more. Prices range from $32 to $68.
Pork options are retailing at $32 for 150g and they include the classic pork belly, pork collar and marinated pork collar.
Can't decide between beef or pork? Go for both! Get the Hanjip Platter ($158) which includes two types of beef and two types of pork.
Wash down any greasiness with the stews served at Hanjip. Go for the Spicy Handmade Tofu Stew ($20) to awaken your taste buds or the Kimchi Jjigae ($18) which will remind you of Korea.
Get the Ginseng Chicken Soup ($28) if you are looking for something comforting and flavourful.
Like most Korean restaurants, Hanjip also serves a variety of iconic Korean side dishes such as Seafood Pancake ($20), Korean Fried Half Chicken ($22), Braised Pig Trotter ($28) and more.
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Text by: GirlStyle SG