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SBCD Korean Tofu House (Tanjong Pagar Centre)

4.0 (55 reviews)
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  • Tanjong Pagar
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    Soontofu Soup, Spicy Baby Octopus, L.A. Galbi, Kimchi, Nurungji Bap

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    4.0 (55 reviews)
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    • 4 Jul 2022 Review by Tripadvisor traveller elizaweiting
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    Location

    Tanjong Pagar

    7 Wallich Street
    B1-01/02
    Tanjong Pagar Centre
    Singapore (078884)

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    Cuisine
    Korean
    Open Today

    Monday
    10:30 AM-10:00 PM

    Tuesday
    10:30 AM-10:00 PM

    Wednesday
    10:30 AM-10:00 PM

    Thursday
    10:30 AM-10:00 PM

    Friday
    10:30 AM-10:00 PM

    Saturday
    10:30 AM-10:00 PM

    Sunday
    10:30 AM-10:00 PM

    Description
    Helmed by celebrated Korean Chef Nam Kyoung Soo, the highlight of the menu here is the Soontofu Soup, which is made with silken tofu and the diner's choice of broth - from mild to crazy hot for the daredevils out there.

    The silken tofu used in the soup is made by hand at the restaurant daily, using organic soybeans imported directly from Paju, South Korea. The broth is made with a 10-ingredient secret recipe soup paste and is allowed to set for a couple of days after boiling. This brings out the best of the ingredients without any need for artificial flavouring, and results in a soup that is light but tasty and low in cholesterol for health-conscious patrons.

    Tiger prawns and flower crab are only some of the ingredients that can be added to the soup. If that's not your thing, authentic Korean side dishes like Spicy Baby Octopus and L.A. Galbi are also available. The rice dishes here are served in hot stone bowls as per Korean tradition, and the rice crust at the bottom is mixed with corn tea and served as a porridge at the end of the meal. If you're looking for authentic Korean food that is healthy, hearty, and accessible, look no further. (Apr 2018)
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