There’s a new Korean restaurant app in Singapore

Can’t decide on where to go for your next dinner date? You can now garner some inspiration from a new Singapore Korean restaurant guidebook and mobile app by South Korea’s Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs and the Korean Food Foundation. 

Offering a list of authentic Korean restaurants in Singapore, there are currently a total of 20 establishments that were selected by local food writers and critics like chef Benny Se Teo and blogger Miss Tam Chiak. The curated pool features eateries like Auntie Kim’s Korean Restaurant, Bigmama,  Ohneul Hanjeom Korean BBQ Restaurant and Myung Ga II, and includes food reviews and information on each eatery. For those living abroad, the Korean Restaurant Guide has a seleciton of international editions for countries such as Hong Kong, U.K, France, Germany and Japan. 

The app is free, and is available on both IOS and Android.

And by the way, we have some strong opinions on the subject, too. See our post on the best Korean restaurants in Singapore.