Korean food has seen a surge of popularity ever since the rise of KPOP nearly a decade ago. With multiple Korean food chains popping up all over Singapore, it’s easy to satisfy any Korean food cravings.

From fried chicken to Korean BBQ, we’re really spoilt for choice. However, most Korean restaurants are pricey. What we need, is good and affordable Korean food.

Located at Fareground, on the 2nd level of the Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre, this humble hawker stall serves up authentic Korean food at affordable prices.

Fareground at Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre

Meet Seoul Shiok.

Seoul Shiok

Seoul Good, Seoul Shiok

Having opened their first stall in Sengkang, Seoul Shiok now brings their affordable Korean fare to Pasir Ris.

We’re all familiar with those days when we’re craving Korean food but the coffeeshop downstairs only sells the cheap, overly salty “Korean” kimchi ramyeon and hotplates. (Is it just us or does every coffeeshop nowadays have a stall like that?)

Seoul Shiok aims to bridge that gap and provide authentic and affordable Korean fare.

Seoul Shiok serves up 3 different sizes of Korean Army Stew. There’s the Mini Army Stew ($7.90 without cheese, $9.40 with cheese), the Army Stew ($24.90), and the Army Stew with Cheese Dip ($29.90).

The Mini Army Stew is perfect for 1 person and comes with a generous portion of ramyeon, luncheon meat, hot dog, artificial crab stick, kimchi, and pork belly slices.

Mini Army Stew ($7.90, $9.40 With Cheese)

The broth, while not overly spicy, does still work up a sweat on our foreheads. Maybe it was just a really warm day. Either way, the Mini Army Stew is satisfying and filling.

If you’re coming with a group of friends or family, Seoul Shiok also allows you to completely customise your Army Stew With Cheese Dip from a list of ingredients.

Customise Your Meal At Seoul Shiok

For sides, we highly recommend their Korean Fried Chicken Wings (2 pieces for $3.90, 6 pieces for $11.50, 12 pieces for $22.90) which come in 3 flavours, Original, Spicy, and Soy Garlic.

Korean Fried Chicken Wings ($3.90 for 2, $11.50 for 6, $22.90 for 12)

Our favourite is the Soy Garlic-flavoured chicken wings which are twice-fried to perfection in a chunky, crispy batter, before being dunked in a sweet soy sauce and garlic marinade. Each bite is Seoul Shiok!

The chicken wings are fried twice. First to cook the chicken wings, and the second time to crisp up the batter, so your chicken wings stays crispy.

Other items on the menu include various rice bowls, kimchi soup, soy bean soup, ramen, and even tteokbokki with cheese!

Seoul Shiok’s Extensive Menu

If you’re ever in the area, drop by Seoul Shiok at Fareground, on the 2nd level of Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre!

UPDATE

Now if you’re craving for Korean Army Stew, you can order your own and Seoul Shiok will deliver it straight to you!

Seoul Shiok
Image Credit: Seoul Shiok

No, this isn’t part of any food delivery service, it’s the Seoul Shiok team that’s offering to deliver their food to you. Talk about DEDICATION.

What’s more, it’s islandwide delivery, with free delivery for orders over $100.

There are 3 different sets that you can choose from, depending on the number of people you’re ordering for – the Buddy Meal ($29.90), the Mahjong Khakis ($55.90), or the largest, House Party ($88.90).

Seoul Shiok
Image Credit: Seoul Shiok

You can even order their signature Korean Fried Chicken Wings to go with your Army Stew!

For delivery + set up, the delivery fee is $50. For delivery of orders without set up, the delivery fee is $25.

seoul shiok
Image Credit: Discover SG

Order your Army Stew from Seoul Shiok today by calling 8685 2025 or 9028 3925!

So….anyone craving for Army Stew?

Seoul Shiok
Address: Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre, #02-20, Singapore, 519641
Opening Hours: Thu – Tue: 11.30am – 10pm, Wed: Closed

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(Header Image Source: Seoul Shiok)

 
 
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