If hotpot is Singapore’s first choice of dining, then Korean BBQ would almost always be the second choice.

Korean barbecue, which is similar to hotpot, is a mix of communal and individual dining. Guests can choose from a variety meats and dishes to be cooked on the same fire as the rest.

These best Korean BBQ restaurants Singapore are different from your average American grill. This is because they use different cuts of meat. Instead of racks of ribs slathered in barbecue sauce and large, smoked pieces of brisket, you’ll find smaller cuts of meat and a large array of vegetables and side dishes at Korean barbecue spots.

Now, these aren’t your value for money, buffet-style Korean barbecue restaurants. Each establishment offers premium cuts of meat, and high-quality food.

So grab your soju, pick a restaurant and plan your next feast with these options below.

7 Best Korean Restaurants in Singapore

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Guiga is located at the Tanjong Pagar stretch, making it one of the most sought-after spots for Korean barbecue. Guiga offers three different barbecue set menus, in addition to a wide variety of a la carte choices. Set A contains a mixture of four different beef cuts. Set B includes four pork cuts. And Set C includes a perfect combination.

If you’re a little lost with all the grilling and serving, don’t fret. The friendly Korean staff will be happy to help you. Due to limited seating, they only accept walk-in diners at the moment. So make sure you arrive early to avoid disappointment.

(Image credit: @eatsjustafoodblog via Instagram)

Guiga
Address
134 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088538
Telefon
+65 6221 3001

For premium meats and flavoursome marinades, you won’t go wrong with 8 Korean BBQ. Beef aficionados can feast on their melt-in-your-mouth selection of Argentinian grass-fed, USDA Prime and Japanese Wagyu beef, but that’s not what 8 Korean BBQ is known for. Here guests can enjoy a tasting of the 8 Colours Set which includes eight different Mangalitza Pork Belly flavours like Wine, Ginseng, Miso Paste and many more.

8 Korean BBQ
Address
1 Scotts Rd. #04 – 20/21 Singapore 228208
Telefon
+65 9018 9212

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The popular Korean barbecue chain Seorae sees hordes of guests even in their restaurants in Korea, so it’s no wonder that the establishment is so popular in Singapore as well. Seorae is famous for a particular cut of meat, also known in Korea as Korean galmaegisal or pork skirt meat. Galmaegisal was once reserved for monarchs and royal families. Each pig has 250-grams.

Many barbecue restaurants use electric-grill plates. Seorae insists that quality charcoal is used to bring out the best flavours in the meat. Both outlets are temporarily out of stock.

Seorae
Address
68 Orchard Rd, #02-01, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
Telefon
+65 9181 2709

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Bornga isn’t an unfamiliar name to those who love Korean barbecue. Founded by Korean celebrity chef Jon Won Paik, Bornga specialises in the woo sam gyup, a thinly sliced beef brisket that’s dressed in a unique Bornga sauce that leaves diners craving for more. Besides the woo sam gyup, Bornga also has a wide assortment of dishes and meats that’s great for diners who want a bit of everything.

Bornga
Address
1 Harbourfront Walk VivoCity #02-123/124 Singapore 098585
Telefon
+65 6376 8268

Korean barbecue is often seen to be casual and laid back. However, Chang Korean BBQ is becoming a great alternative for those seeking something more special and refined. Chang Korean BBQ, located in Dempsey Hills, is the ideal spot for stunning plates that will please both your eyes AND your tastebuds. The classy establishment is also home to less commonly found dishes like the Yuk Hoi, a seasoned raw beef dish that’s served with a mouthwatering combination of pear, cucumber, pinenut, garlic and a raw egg yolk.

Chang Korean BBQ
Address
71 Loewen Rd, #01-01, Singapore 248847
Telefon
+65 6473 9005

While gas grills can be convenient and efficient, Omma Korean Charcoal Barbecue knows that charcoal grills will deliver the full flavours of good barbecue. Besides allowing diners to choose between five types of wood chips, namely Applewood, Cherrywood, Jarrah, Pecan and Hickory, they’ll also be able to select between 60 ala carte options on the menu. Can’t decide? Set menus start at a cool S$49

Omma Korean Charcoal BBQ also has an outlet in Holland Village, along with the Bukit Timah Outlet.

Omma Korean Charcoal BBQ
Address
20 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599744

Pujim BBQ is well-known for using charcoal to grill their meats and for the variety of meats they grill. Highlights on the menu include the crispy Duroc pork belly and the pork collar — all which are can be cooked by the waiters in front of your eyes so you won’t have to lift a finger. If you’re here to try a variety of meats, the Pujim Shovel lays out a medley of pork and beef cuts so you can feast to your heart’s content.

Pujim BBQ
Address
2 Amoy Street #01-00 Singapore 069901

Guiga

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Guiga

It is located at the beginning Tanjong Pagar stretch of Korean restaurants, Guiga is easily one of the most popular spots for Korean barbecue in town. Guiga offers three different barbecue set menus, in addition to a wide variety of a la carte choices. Set A contains a mixture of four different beef cuts. Set B includes four pork cuts. And Set C is a combination of both.

If you’re a little lost with all the grilling and serving, don’t fret. The friendly Korean staff will be happy to help you. They are not accepting walk-in diners at this time due to the limited number available. Please make sure to arrive a little early to avoid disappointment.

(Image credit: @eatsjustafoodblog via Instagram)

8 Korean BBQ

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8 Korean Barbecue Recipes

For premium meats and flavoursome marinades, you won’t go wrong with 8 Korean BBQ. Beef aficionados can feast on their melt-in-your-mouth selection of Argentinian grass-fed, USDA Prime and Japanese Wagyu beef, but that’s not what 8 Korean BBQ is known for. Here guests can enjoy a tasting of the 8 Colours Set which includes eight different Mangalitza Pork Belly flavours like Wine, Ginseng, Miso Paste and many more.

(Image credit: @eightkoreanbbq via Instagram)

Seorae

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Seorae

The popular Korean barbecue chain Seorae sees hordes of guests even in their restaurants in Korea, so it’s no wonder that the establishment is so popular in Singapore as well. Seorae is known for its Korean galmaegisal (pork skirt) cut of meat. Galmaegisal was once reserved for monarchs and royal families. Each pig has 250-grams.

Although many barbecue establishments use electric grill plates, Seorae insists upon using quality charcoal to really bring out all the flavours of the meat. Both outlets are temporarily out of stock.

(Image credit: Seorae)

Bornga

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Bornga

Bornga isn’t an unfamiliar name to those who love Korean barbecue. Founded by Korean celebrity chef Jon Won Paik, Bornga specialises in the woo sam gyup, a thinly sliced beef brisket that’s dressed in a unique Bornga sauce that leaves diners craving for more. Besides the woo sam gyup, Bornga also has a wide assortment of dishes and meats that’s great for diners who want a bit of everything.

(Image credit: @borngasg via Instagram)

Chang Korean BBQ

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Chang Korean BBQ

Korean barbecue is often seen to be casual and laid-back. But Chang Korean BBQ is offering a great alternative for those who want something more refined and exclusive. Chang Korean BBQ, located in Dempsey Hills, is the ideal spot for stunning plates that will please both your eyes AND your tastebuds. The classy establishment is also home to less commonly found dishes like the Yuk Hoi, a seasoned raw beef dish that’s served with a mouthwatering combination of pear, cucumber, pinenut, garlic and a raw egg yolk.

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