Colleagues and I were wondering what to have for lunch. We wanted to have Indian food, because two lunch buddies who don’t really fancy Indian food’s on leave.
We thought there’s a new Khansama that’s opened in Fusionopolis, but we seem to have made a mistake, so we ended up having Korean food instead.
Fusionopolis is so empty! On our way there, all the employees with their A*Star cards seems to be walking out of the building. We are the only people going in! LOL
Anyway, we ordered our food and the Korean side dishes came out.
Here’s the peanuts in sweetish soy sauce. It’s quite delicious.
The cabbage kimchi.
The cucumber kimchi. I like the crunchiness of it.
The bean sprouts. We had refills of all the above. We finished them up before our mains came!
“Old Cat” and the former “Ms Preggy” had the Beef Soup.
They said the soup’s tasty, just a tiny bit spicy, beef’s ok, but the vege inside is not nice. LOL..
The rice in stainless steel bowls that came with it.
Dpuk had the Spicy Chicken Bap. Quite fragrant too.
Wire and myself, we had the Beef Bap. The beef’s not too bad. I like it with the kimchi side dishes.
We find the rice floating on the soupy base quite ‘interesting’. 😉
Wire wanted something spicy and fiery. So we decided to share a piping hot bowl of kimchi soup. It’s sour and spicy. Nice….. Really nice….
Not only that, there’s lots of the 3-layer pork like this inside too….
When we finished everything, they gave us this sweet soup thingy. We were all wondering what it is. Dpuk mentioned that is looks like water that you get after rinsing rice. haha…
We came back and did an online search. He’s almost correct. This is ShikHye, a sweet rice drink. This is the simplest version. You can do an online search and find more elaborate versions of it.
A not too bad discovery. Everything above with taxes added in was $75.33. So split it amongst the 5 of us, it was $15 each.
Think they only opened this month.
Koryo (Korean) Restaurant
1 Fusionopolis Way
Tel: 6469 1079
Hours: 11 am – 9 pm