So Japneun Eobu, Tanjung Pagar

I am so glad that I able to meet Serene Tan again at Singapore instead of KL. She said she has never tried any Korean cuisine in Singapore before so we did a survey along the Tanjong Pagar Road and we found that not many Korean Restaurant open for Saturday lunch except this restaurant, So Japneun Eobu. 
During lunch hour and it is on Saturday but no one in there. I have a hunch that their food might not be so nice.
I spotted something amazing is this sleeping fish. I am not sure what fish is this. They just laying flat on the bottom. They are not dead of course...otherwise, the oxygen pipe will not be needed.
These are their side dishes. Not a lot and not delicious either. I started to have this regret feeling of stepping in this restaurant.
This steamed egg which is one of their side dishes taste the best among all.
We have ordered pork belly, marinated pork rib and marinated spicy chicken. They cost $20.00++ each.
The best is the marinated ribs and follow by pork belly and marinated chicken. All are delicious to me so in the end not really a disappointment. What is disappointing is their service.

Look at this and you will understand. How can they cook halfway and left??? In the end, my dear Serene have to do all the work. They never bother to take a look at it. We are the only customer they have but they still looks so busy! If there are really busy, they should at least inform us to cook ourselves.
Some still salvageable but most of them already turned black. Extremely bad service.
To me, no matter how good the food taste it will be meaningless if the service is that poor. I just hope that this does not upset my dearest Serene as well.
Total Damage: S$66.00
Ambiance: 3/5
Service: 0/5
Price: 2/5
Taste: 4/5
Food Serving Speed: Moderate
Recommended?: No

So Japneun Eobu
Korean BBQ & Seafood Restaurant
58, Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088479
Tel: 6224-6061

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