The 20 Best Korean BBQ Restaurants in Singapore
Aside from traditional Korean dishes like kimbap, tteokbokki, and kimchi, did you know there is one dish that can be found all throughout the country? It is a Korean BBQ (barbeque) that is famous not just in Korea but also across the world. BBQ is grilling meat, usually beef, pork, or chicken, and is a popular method in Korean cuisine.
We believe that this buffet-like cuisine would be perfect for those who want to spend time with their partner, or family, or organize a corporate function. It’s an excellent social activity, and grilling the meat with your companion would indeed be enjoyable.
Are you ready to choose Korean BBQ for your dinner menu tonight? Let us recommend the 20 best Korean BBQ restaurants in Singapore for you, each with a great ambience, affordable prices, and a selection of side dishes to accompany it.
Meanwhile, check out our recent posts regarding restaurants in Singapore, which may be useful for your future food-hunting trips around Singapore.
1. O.BBa Jjajang & BBQ
Obba Jjajang & BBQ is our top pick on this list because, in addition to having the best barbecue in town, they also provide a variety of other Korean dishes for you to select from! This restaurant may appear to be an ordinary Korean BBQ restaurant, yet it is extremely popular among Singaporeans, with many voluntarily waiting for hours to dine there because reservations are not accepted. So, be early if you don’t want to queue for a long time, especially during the weekend.
|Opening Hours||Thursday – Monday, Wednesday
11:30 am – 3 pm, 5 -10 pm
Tuesday – Closed
|Location||19 Cheong Chin Nam Rd, Singapura 599743|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: Black Pork Belly, Beef & Pork, Pork, Beef
A la carte/Set: Noodle, Bulgogi, Jumeogbab, Soup, Pajeon, Ddukboki, Budaejjigae, Gamjatang, Chicken Feet
2. Chang Korean Charcoal BBQ Restaurant
The second Korean BBQ restaurant on our list is Chang Korean BBQ Restaurant, which is located on Loewen Road and serves two major BBQ sets: the Marinated Prime Rib Eye set and the Baked Black Cod Fish set. By the end of the course, you will also be offered ice cream as a dessert. In a nutshell, you can eat a full-course lunch here for only $43 or $48.
12 pm – 3 pm
6 pm – 10.30 pm
|Location||71 Loewen Rd, #01-01, Singapura 248847|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: Marinated Prime Rib Eye,
Baked Black COD Fish
A la carte/Set: Gamjatang, Jokbal Set, Kkori Gomtang,
Yang Gomtang, Pajeon, Naengmyun, Bulgogi
3. Seorae Korean Charcoal BBQ
This Korean BBQ restaurant not only has four locations in Singapore, but also has over 300 outlets globally, including in Japan, Hong Kong, China, and South Korea. Customers can enjoy a complete Korean dining experience here, from the meats to the popular beverage, soju. Additionally, the prices are reasonable for the quality, and if you truly want to go all out, you can order their king set and share unlimited food with your significant other, family, or coworkers.
|Opening Hours||Mon – Sun: 11:30 am – 10:00 pm|
|Location||68 Orchard Rd, #02-01, Plaza, Singapore 238839|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: Mix, Pork, Beef
A la carte/Set: Bibimbap, tteokbokki, jjajangmyeon, japchae, naengmyeon, dosirak, pajeon, kimchi jjigae, samgyetang, lamb, chicken, beef
4. Don Dae Bak Restaurant
If you want to spend the entire day eating at a Korean BBQ restaurant, we recommend Don Dae Bak, which is open daily during the lunch hour or early dinner time. The buffet service is available at this restaurant for a period of 90 minutes. They also provided a Korean BBQ buffet set at a very reasonable price as compared to other eateries.
|Opening Hours||Daily 11.30 am – 5 pm|
|Location||35 Kreta Ayer Rd, Singapura 089000|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: Beef, Pork, Chicken
A la carte/Set: Mandoo, Tteokbooki, Pajeon,
Korean Fried Chicken, Rice, Noodles
5. Wang Dae Bak® Korean BBQ
Since 2011, the Wang Dae Bak Korean restaurant has been one of Singapore’s most famous Korean restaurants, serving a selection of marinated and non-marinated meats for charcoal-grilled barbecue. They are also known for authentic Korean delicacies such as Kimchi Soup with Pork Belly, Dolsot Beef Bibimbap, and others. The best spot in Singapore’s bustling metropolis to experience real Korean cuisine is Wang Dae Bak Korean BBQ Restaurant.
Lunch 11.30 am – 2.30 pm
Dinner 5.30 pm – 10.30 pm
|Location||22 Cross St, #01-64, Singapura 048421|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: Beef, Pork, Chicken, Couple Set, All in One Set, High-Five Set, Party Set
A la carte/Set: Noodle, Tteokbokki, Pancake, Rice Balls,
Japchae, Instant Noodle, Bibimbap
6. Super Star K
In 2004, they began as a small Korean barbecue stall from a small food court outlet. They have now established themselves as one of the best Korean BBQ restaurants, delivering authentic and delicious lunch and dinner foods such as bibimbap, kimchi soup, and their classic dishes such as Korean charcoal BBQ in the appropriate location with a cosy ambience.
|Opening Hours||Mon – Sun
Lunch : 12 pm – 2 pm
Dinner: 5 am – 11 pm
|Location||75 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapura 088496|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: Black Pepper Chicken, Pork Belly, Pork Jowl, Pork Neck, Beef Brisket, Beef Rib, Prime Beef
A la carte/Set: Kimchi Pancake, Seafood Pancake, Ramen, Steamed Egg, Soup, Stew
7. Omma Korean Charcoal BBQ
Aside from its great ambience, this restaurant offers a variety of grilled items, including pork, chicken, and beef, as well as authentic a la carte dishes such as tteokbokki, ramyeon, and Korean liquor. You can try their delicious BBQ menu at Omma Korean Charcoal BBQ to enjoy an authentic Korean BBQ set with items like soup, boiled eggs, and fresh vegetables. If you prefer seafood in addition to meat, they also offer a BBQ Seafood Set for only $59.
|Opening Hours||Daily 11 am – 11 pm|
|Location||21 Lor Mambong, Singapura 277680|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: Pork, Beef, Special Beef & Pork, Charcoal BBQ, Marinated BBQ, Seafood
A la carte/Set: Chicken, Rice Cake, Steamed Egg, Kimchi, Soup, Kimchi, Noodles, Pancakes
8. I’m Kim Korean BBQ
I’m Kim Korean BBQ has earned a reputation for exceptional food quality and value since its establishment in 2014 and has become a busy favourite restaurant, attracting K-food lovers locally and all over the world. With such an affordable price for their BBQ, it is definitely worth it to enjoy authentic Korean meals, including their signature dish, Kim’s Signature Korean Chicken Wings, which is a must-try. This restaurant could be beneficial for students because it only offers reasonable buffet lunch and dinner prices, ranging from $14.90 to $25.90. So, don’t forget to bring your student ID with you when you visit this restaurant!
|Opening Hours||Mon – Fri
11.30 am – 4.00 pm, 5.30 pm – 10.00 pm
!1.30 am – 4.00 pm, 4.00 pm – 10.30 pm
|Location||1 Zubir Said Drive 01-04 School of The Arts, Singapura 227968|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: Meat, Seafood
A la carte/Set: Tteokbokki, Noodles, Pancake Pasta, Chicken, Salad, Veggies
SINGKOBA has been in business since March 2013, and they have been providing customers with delicious traditional Korean cuisine in a relaxing dining environment. Even on a Monday afternoon, the restaurant was packed with hungry customers eager to experience and savour a taste of Korea! You can order their trademark dish, Kimchi Samgyeopsal (pork belly), as well as a choice of side dishes, to complement your main course. Furthermore, they provide a separate area if you wish to have a dinner party or an exclusive dining experience with your partner.
11:30 am – 3 pm
5.30 pm – 12 am
|Location||Telok Ayer St, 155, Singapura 068611|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: Pork, Chicken, Duck, Beef ribs, Charcoal BBQ
A la carte/Set: Stew, soup, stir-fried, rice, noodles, pancakes, pork cutlet, topokki, steamed eggs, hot pot
10. Ju Shin Jung Alexandra
Aside from an endless supply of meat, Ju Shin Jung has a choice of one of five main courses. In comparison to the other restaurants on our list, the fascinating aspect of this Korean BBQ restaurant is that it is open from 8 a.m., which means that you can also have breakfast here in addition to lunch and dinner. You will be provided numerous side dishes and a complimentary dessert to accompany your main entrée with their unlimited barbecue set.
|Opening Hours||Morning 8 am – 11 am
Lunch 11 am – 2:30 pm
Dinner 5:30 pm – 1 pm
|Location||991B Alexandra Rd, #02-08/09 10/11, Singapura 119970|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: Wagyu beef set
A la carte/Set: Hotpot, pancake, pork trotter, hot pot, kimchi, soup, dosirak
11. Captain Kim Korean BBQ & Hotpot Buffet
So far, we’ve covered 10 Korean BBQ restaurants in Singapore, and you’re probably thinking that most of these places serve the same thing: barbeque. This establishment, however, differs from the previous one since it has a MUIS Halal certification. Therefore, Muslims who desire to experience Korean barbeque can do so at this restaurant.
This is a popular choice for corporate and family gatherings that want to experience both Korean BBQ and Army Stew Hotpot at the same time! The buffet ingredients are on display, with over 60 selections of high-quality meats being marinated to precise perfection with refreshing free-flow beverages.
|Opening Hours||Mon – Fri
11.30 am – 3.30 pm
5.30 pm – 10.30 pm
Sat, Sun & PH
11.30 am – 4 pm
4 pm – 10.30 pm
|Location||300 Tampines Ave 5, #01-06 NTUC Income Tampines Junction, Singapura 529653|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: Meat, Seafood
A la carte/Set: Tteokbokki, Noodles, Pancake Pasta, Chicken, Salad, Veggies
12. Seoul Garden
If you adore Korean BBQ, you probably know about Seoul Garden, a famed restaurant known for its limitless all-you-can-eat concept. As a result of their exceptional concept, as well as their reasonable pricing, they are always catered to by customers. However, because of the COVID-19 epidemic, Seoul Garden has chosen to end its buffet concept in 2021. Instead, this restaurant has evolved into a Korean restaurant serving a la carte marinated meats and Korean food.
Despite this, Seoul Garden continues to thrive, and diners can still enjoy authentic a la carte Korean cuisine at any of its six outlets in Singapore. Furthermore, they have a MUIS Halal certification, so Muslims can definitely choose this restaurant if they are seeking one!
11.30 am – 10.30 pm
|Location||4 Tampines Central 5, #04-01, Singapore 529510|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: Chicken, Beef, Lamb, Dory Prawn, Premium & Supreme
A la carte/Set: Soup, Steamboat, Dessert
13. Hanjip Korean Grill House
If you’re searching for a spacious BBQ restaurant with a comfortable setting that’s perfect for family or corporate events, this Korean BBQ restaurant is the place to go! They are one of the largest Korean barbecue restaurants in Singapore, encompassing 5000 sq ft and giving diners an extensive range of aged Australian Wagyu and Kurobuta Berkshire Pork options. If you want to experience a juicy, gorgeously marbled wagyu beef spread that you won’t easily forget, go here.
|Opening Hours||Lunch: 12 PM – 2:30 PM
Dinner: 5:00 PM – 12 AM
|Location||3C River Valley Rd, #01 – 11 Clarke Quay, Singapura 179022|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: Australian Wagyu, Kurobuta, USDA Prime Beef
Lunch BBQ: Beef Set, Pork Set
A la carte/Set: Soup, stew, pancake, noodles, jokbal, bossam, stir-fried, chicken, japchae, steamed egg, dessert
14. ManNa Korean Restaurant
With over 15 years of experience, ManNa was one of the early pioneers of Korean dining in Singapore. They have spread throughout Singapore and presently have nine outlets. While the main branch focuses on Korean BBQ and other premium Korean cuisine, the ManNa Story branches specialize in modernized Korean meals in the casual dining area. This Korean BBQ restaurant has served some of Korea’s top celebrities (Rain, Kang Ho Dong, After School, Jang Geun Suk, Shinhwa, 9muses, F.T. Island, and others) during their travels to Singapore. In light of this, I believe that Korean BBQ at this restaurant is something K-pop lovers must absolutely experience.
10.30 am – 3 pm
5 pm -10 pm
|Location||68 Orchard Road #B2-22, Plaza, Singapore 238839|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: BBQ Special
A la carte/Set: Noodles, Fried Rice, Burger, Hotdog, Saba, Soup, Chicken, Pajeon, Chap chase,etc.
15. GOGIJIP Korean BBQ Restaurant
A good week should begin with a good dinner, so why not dine at this Korean BBQ restaurant in Singapore? To differentiate itself from other Korean BBQ restaurants, this restaurant specializes in offering superior Iberico pork, a Spanish culinary delicacy. In addition, their best-selling item, ganjang gejang, a Korean soy-raw crab stewed in soy sauce or a sauce made from chilli powder, is a great way to pair all the BBQ.
|Opening Hours||Mon – Fri:
12 pm – 12 am
12 pm – 3 pm & 6 pm – 12 am
|Location||72 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapura 088493|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: Pork set, Beef set, Special Beef & Pork set, Seafood
A la carte/Set: Pork skin, eel bbq, bossam, jokbal,
donkatsu, tteokbokki, octopus, yuk hwe,
bibimbap, galbi tang, samgyetang, jjigae, stew,
jumukbab, gyeran jjim, noodles, pancake
16. Nanta BBQ
Despite its simple yet modern exterior decor, this Korean BBQ restaurant boasts a spacious space between tables, allowing guests to enjoy a k-BBQ session with friends and family without feeling crowded. Nanta BBQ specializes in barbecue and provides authentic Korean soups and noodles. In addition, the Korean side dishes are complimentary and refillable. The highlight of this restaurant is, of course, their famous cheese barbecue, which includes 8 pieces of ribs and rice cakes marinated in bean sauce and a lot of cheese. If you visit Nanta BBQ, this is one of the meals you must try.
11.30 am – 3 pm
5.30 pm -11 pm
|Location||175 Thomson Rd, #01-175/177, Singapore 307624|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: Set A, Set B, Set C, Set D, Set E
A la carte/Set: Rice, Noodles, Ramyeon, Pancake, Steamed Egg, Fried Dumpling, Tteokbokki, Budae Jjigae
17. 2D1N Soju Bang Korean Restaurant
Tanjong Pagar is a lively community known as Singapore’s Little Korea Town due to the abundance of Korean stores and eateries. 2D1N Soju Bang Korean Restaurant is one of the restaurants, and it is frequently visited by regulars. They’re named after a famous Korean variety show of the same name in South Korea. It is managed by Korean chefs that specialize in traditional Korean cuisine and is one of the restaurants that specialize in BBQ, utilizing distinctive modern recipes. All types of meats are available here, including Wagyu loin steak, beef short ribs, and black pig belly, as well as beef-pork combination and chicken-pork combo, which are ideal for k-BBQ enthusiasts seeking an all-meat dining experience.
Opening 5 pm – 3 am
|Location||46 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapura 088467|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: BBQ Pork, Set 1, Set 2, Set 3
A la carte/Set: Chicken, Jok Bal, Bossam, Seafood Pancake, Kimchi Pancake, Soup, Bibimbap, Ramen,
18. 8 Korean BBQ
8 Korean BBQ debuted in The Central at Clarke Quay, offering a delectable selection of high-quality BBQ meats in a modern industrial chic setting. They are named after their original 8-flavour set, which includes thick, delectable slices of excellent pork belly in a variety of flavours. Every barbeque set includes premium meat from Argentinian Grass Fed, USDA Prime, and Japanese Wagyu and comes with kimchi, beansprouts, veggies, and your selection of stew. For a more authentic Korean dining experience, try mixing their beverages the Korean way, such as soju and beer or bokbunja (a Korean raspberry wine) and makgeolli.
11.30 am – 2 pm
|Location||1 Scotts Rd, #04 – 20 / 21, Singapura 228208|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set: Pork Keto Set, Beef Sampler Set
A la carte/Set: Seafood, Chicken, Kimchi, Stew, Dumpling, Tteokbokki, Glass Noodles, Pajeon, Japchae, Steamed Egg, Vegetable Set, Wild Mushroom Set
19. Pot Addiction Korean BBQ & Hotpot
Pot Addiction is an authentic Korean BBQ restaurant with over 80 buffet items at reasonable prices! Aside from their well-known hot pot, you’ll be able to enjoy meat, fish, vegetables, and more in a location ideal for a family gathering or corporate dinner. Furthermore, they have 16 different types of meat to offer, such as Korean Ribeye, Chicken Bulgogi, and Pork Belly, so why not dine in at Pot Addiction for your dinner menu?
Mon – Fri: 11.30 am – 5 pm
Mon – Thurs: 5 pm – 10 pm
Fri: 5 pm – 10..30 pm
Saturday & PH Eve
1130 am – 10.30 pm
Sunday & PH
11.30 am – 10 pm
|Location||30, #02-14 Sembawang Dr, Sun Plaza, Singapura 757713|
|Menu Specialty||Buffet Set: Chicken, Beef, Seafood, Lamb, Pork, Hot Pot
Sides: Mushroom, Salad, Kimchi, Fruits, Ice Cream, Pickled Radish
20. Korean BBQ Restaurant Woo Hyang
Woo Hyang Korean BBQ Restaurant, located in the heart of bustling Singapore town, is the last Korean BBQ restaurant in Singapore that we would like to suggest to our K-BBQ aficionados. This restaurant, as its name suggests, specializes in authentic barbecue, as well as its signature dishes of BBQ meat and ox intestines. You’ll also be offered a meat selection to taste, such as prime boneless beef ribs, premium wagyu beef, black pork belly, or Iberico rib fingers.
|Opening Hours||Weekday Lunch: 11.30 AM to 2.30 PM
Weekday Dinner: 5.30 PM to 11 PM
Weekend & PH Dinner Only: 5.30 PM to 11 PM
|Location||89 Amoy St, Singapura 069908|
|Menu Specialty||BBQ Set:
Combo Set A (Beef Mountain Chain Tripe, Beef Large Intestine, Ox Small Intestine)
Combo Set B (Beef Small Intestine, Black Pork Belly, Pork Intestine)
A la carte/Set: Stew, soup, noodle, ramyeon, cold noodle, chicken feet, rice cake, salad, steamed egg
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1. What is Korean-style BBQ?
Korean BBQ is a method of cooking meat such as beef, chicken, or pork using gas or charcoal grills built into the dining table. This Korean dish usually will be served with a selection of side dishes to complement the main course.
2. What makes Korean BBQ different?
The meat is one of the main differences between Korean BBQ and other BBQ traditions. Korean BBQ usually consists of skewered and barbecued beef, pork, or chicken. When the server arrives with platters of raw meat and a variety of side dishes, everyone can start preparing and eating their own meals.
3. What is the difference between regular BBQ and Korean BBQ?
Korean BBQ is made up of diced-up marinated meats grilled on a special grill. It comes with all of the side dishes as well as numerous sauces to dip the meats in. It is frequently served with rice and soup. Meanwhile, traditional barbecue is cooked over an open fire using wood, propane gas, or charcoal. Its side dishes often include some type of bread or roll, baked beans, collard greens, and so forth. Some Korean restaurants will supply barbecue sauce, although the majority will have marinated or sauced meat before grilling. This gives Korean BBQ a distinctive flavour.