Monday, November 17, 2008

Hyang-to-gol Korean Restaurant, Singapore


This Korean place at the Amara Hotel has been around for quite a while (165 Tanjong Pagar Road Level 2, 6220-7160), but I never quite got around to coming here until a few of us came here for lunch today. I wasn't expecting much but instead was satisfied enough that I decided to come back here again for dinner, breaking away from the lunch specials and going for a full Korean BBQ.

We got our usual favorites, all of which fared fine...and the fact that they provided the sesame oil with salt concoction here scored bonus points with me. It was a bit pricey, but the service was also lightning fast. With such a broad selection of meat available here, I'll have no qualms about coming back.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I just had my first Korean meal in NYC a couple of weeks ago - Korean fried chicken. I was pleasantly surprised! What characterizes Korean BBQ from American BBQ?