Yummilicious at Seoul Yummy (Suntec City)

Seoul Yummy at Suntec City
Seoul Yummy at Suntec City has been a pretty nice place to dine and the food is nice - it is one of those places that my stomach leaves happy after eating. After my last post on this yummilicious place, I just had to write another after eating the Army Strew combo! At just S$46++ (for two persons) you get Korean appetizers, 2 bowls of brown rice, 2 cups of free-flow (hot/cold) barley tea drink, a choice of 1 side dish (e.g. potato pancake, dumplings, kimchi dumplings, spicy rice cakes etc…) and a choice of 1 dessert. If you top up a little more, you can get a dessert of any choice from the main menu.

There are two versions to choose from: the seafood or meat. We chose the meat version which consisted of ramen (instant noodles), chicken, pork, beef, golden mushrooms, sausages, ham, vegetable, carrot, toufu, luncheon meat and baked beans in a red kimchi broth. There were 3 of us and the portion was just nice (if you are not really very hungry), with the rice and instant noodles. In addition, we had the steamed kimchi dumplings and a nice yogurt ice dessert that was topped with fruits such as kiwi, mango and strawberry – it was nice, not too sweet and simply melted in the mouth! Well, it was ice after all, but still a nice treat on a hot afternoon.

Korean Army Stew
Army Stew
Steamed Kimchi Dumplings
Steamed Kimchi Dumplings
Just looking at the photos is making me hungry again. So I shall stop writing and let the photos do the talking. These photos were taken on previous trips to Seoul Yummy and there’s no better post than to put them in this one, don’t you think?

Korean Side Dishes
Side Dishes
Korean Spicy Chicken
Spicy Chicken
Bean Paste Soup
Bean paste soup (I think)
Kimchi Soup
Kimchi Soup
Cold Noodles
Chewy Cold Noodles
Korean Pancake
Sausage and cheese pancake
Sweet Dessert

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