Just like a friendly ajumma (Korean for “auntie”) would make sure you’re well-fed on her specialities when you see her, Ajumma’s welcomes you into its homely space at Handy Road with a wide selection of authentic Korean dishes at student-friendly prices typical of the area. Four complimentary side dishes accompany each of their soup, rice or noodle meal sets, making them one of the most value-for-money deals in Singapore. If you’re still hungry for more, order one of Ajumma’s side dishes like the Korean fried chicken and seafood pancake, then quench your thirst with a Yakult soju cocktail for a refreshing finish. You’ll find this restaurant close to Dhoby Ghaut MRT and we highly recommend booking ahead.
great atmosphere but small spaces; there’s a 10% off with any tickets bought!
First time here as I saw some good reviews. Friendly and attentive staff. Food quality and portion was good! Nice cosy store. I will be back to try other dishes (:
Food portion was generous. The food tasted great, especially the kimchi pancake (although some parts were a tad too salty). Worth a visit!
I enjoyed my lunch at Ajumma’s. The food was delicious & the portion was great. The service staff was also very friendly & attentive. Such a gem, will definitely come by again!
Affordable and tasty food but during peak hours serving time can be quite long. Ordered the chicken bulgogi, seafood pancake and Fluffy egg. The bulgogi come with rice and is the best of the 3 dishes. Seafood pancake portion is big for 2 person and quite crispy. Fluffy egg is kinda overrated, taste normal to me.
The food was yummy - especially the sweet spicy fried chicken ricecakes. Hidden gem in Cathay basement! Decor (seasoning etc) was meant to be used by chef, so be prepared to shift slightly if you take the seat near the decor
Staff was friendly and was nice enough to share other promotion discounts with us. Food portions were big and yummy except that the kimchi pancake was a tad over fried. Will be back again to try out the other food items! Thanks!
Nice and cosy. Food is ok. Service is average. We used to go there when it first opened and noticed that the portion seems smaller now. Ordered spicy chicken. Came with appeitizers in plastic containers and felt it wasnt environmental conscious.
Fuss free reservation. Had the fried toppoki with fried chicken. Good flavour. Makes for a meal on its own. The hot barley tea is in tea bag form, can be refilled with hot water.
Have been here many times and a great place if you're looking for tasty and simple Korean fare that come with easy on the wallet prices.