SINGAPORE RESTAURANT

E!GHT Korean BBQ (Shaw Cente)

Their second outlet is strikingly similar to their first one, but they do serve a few new dishes and tipples. 

In recent years, Singapore was hit by a Korean wave, similar to the Japanese one that hit our shores back in the late 90s to early noughties. With that, we were introduced to the highly controversial world of K-Pop, various Korean pop culture and most importantly, the food. We've had a spurt of Korean BBQ places popping up, and it's not about to stop anytime soon. E!ght Korean BBQ now has a second outlet at Shaw Center.

Just like its first outlet in The Central, this one also sports an industrial outlook with raw brick walls, wooden tables, concrete floors and stools resembling mini oil drums. Besides the appearance, you'll also be able to find a similar selection of dishes on the menu as the first outlet, with the introduction of some new signature dishes such as the big hog plate ($45) that consists of 360g Hungarian pork belly seasoned with salt and pepper and tossed with thickly sliced onions and king oyster mushrooms; and the Chul Pan, which features a pyramid of thinly sliced meat on top of veggies, stir fried on table itself and served with homemade Korean red pepper paste sauce. They also offer a range of drinks such as the new organic honey makgeolli (fermented Korean rice wine) ($35), hite beer ($8) and more.

In recent years, Singapore was hit by a Korean wave, similar to the Japanese one that hit our shores back in the late 90s to early noughties. With that, we were introduced to the highly controversial world of K-Pop, various Korean pop culture and most importantly, the food. We've had a spurt of Korean BBQ places popping up, and it's not about to stop anytime soon. E!ght Korean BBQ now has a second outlet at Shaw Center.

Just like its first outlet in The Central, this one also sports an industrial outlook with raw brick walls, wooden tables, concrete floors and stools resembling mini oil drums. Besides the appearance, you'll also be able to find a similar selection of dishes on the menu as the first outlet, with the introduction of some new signature dishes such as the big hog plate ($45) that consists of 360g Hungarian pork belly seasoned with salt and pepper and tossed with thickly sliced onions and king oyster mushrooms; and the Chul Pan, which features a pyramid of thinly sliced meat on top of veggies, stir fried on table itself and served with homemade Korean red pepper paste sauce. They also offer a range of drinks such as the new organic honey makgeolli (fermented Korean rice wine) ($35), hite beer ($8) and more.

Venue Details
Address: E!GHT Korean BBQ (Shaw Cente), #04-20/21 Shaw Centre, 1 Scotts Rd., Singapore, 228208 Singapore
Phone: 9018-9212
Website: www.8koreanbbq.com
Area: Orchard
Cuisine: Korean
Price Range: $$
Open since: October, 2016
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am-2:30pm, 5:30-10:30pm; Sat-Sun 11:30am-10:30pm
Nearest trainOrchard
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