Dal In Korean Restaurant

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The streets of Tanjong Pagar are filled with Korean restaurants, and competition is stiff, but Dal-In is quite known for its food, so business is pretty good. Be sure to either reserve a place or head there early to get a spot.

The great thing about Dal-In is that there are a whole range of sides, soup, noodles, pancakes and rice options, so even if you are there not for their barbeque, it’s a still a great place for some good Korean fare. Like most Korean restaurants, side dishes is a must and their variety of side dishes is pretty great, with potato, vegetables and of course, kimchi!

The area is big, mostly big tables to cater to the big groups who are there for the Korean barbeque. However, the staff are rather stretched, with multiple roles to handle. The waiting time varies and could take quite a while, so I’d recommend ordering a cup of drink or sides while you wait for your main dish to arrive.

As I went to dine solo, it was not the best for a Korean BBQ, so I opted for a bowl of Jjam Pong, a Korean style spicy soup noodle with seafood. There are not many Korean restaurants that offer Jjam Pong, so I was pleasantly surprised to see that on the menu. It took the waiters there quite a while to serve me my side dishes, but the mains came quite fast considering the crowd then. I was served 5 different side dishes in a divided plate – perhaps those were served for solo diners.

The spicy seafood soup is tasty as the ones I’ve tasted in Korea, but less spicy – which is a good thing because I was afraid it could get too spicy for me. Portion wise, it was too much, but I’d same a really good generous amount of seafood in it. I loved the saltiness, the spiciness and seafood flavours, all rolled into 1 delicious bowl.

As I went to dine solo, it was not the best for a Korean BBQ, so I opted for a bowl of Jjam Pong, a Korean style spicy soup noodle with seafood. There are not many Korean restaurants that offer Jjam Pong, so I was pleasantly surprised to see that on the menu. It took the waiters there quite a while to serve me my side dishes, but the mains came quite fast considering the crowd then. I was served 5 different side dishes in a divided plate – perhaps those were served for solo diners.

The spicy seafood soup is tasty as the ones I’ve tasted in Korea, but less spicy – which is a good thing because I was afraid it could get too spicy for me. Portion wise, it was too much, but I’d same a really good generous amount of seafood in it. I loved the saltiness, the spiciness and seafood flavours, all rolled into 1 delicious bowl.

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  • 17 BOON TAT STREET, TELOK AYER CONSERVATION AREA, 069618
  • DT18 Telok Ayer NS26 EW14 Raffles Place

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