About Don Dae Bak restaurant
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Don Dae Bak Singapore is a simple but stylish Korean BBQ restaurant that never fails to impress. Right in the heart of Chinatown, the choice of tasty marinated meats at Don Dae Bak is one of the most impressive in the area, and and the same can be said of the choice of veggies and sides to go along with them. You’ll find Don Dae Bak Singapore on Kreta Ayer Road where it’s pretty hard to miss due to its cool white exterior and the irresistible aromas of authentic Korean BBQ wafting about. There’s little not to love, but as the restaurant is pretty small, don dae bak reservations are essential to avoid missing out on a table.
Thinking about making a Don Dae Bak restaurant booking?
Dear diners, please be aware that reservations of less than 4 guests on Saturday and Sunday are subject to cancellation. There are buffet restaurants in Singapore that are fancy and full of frills, then those that are quite content to let the food do all of the talking. Don Dae Bak in Chinatown is one of the latter, a gloriously authentic Korean BBQ haunt where the meats available are high-quality and absolutely delicious. Once you’re seated at Don Dae Bak, we advise starting off with a nourishing soup. The pollak soup is a delight, as is the fish roe. Once you’re ready for your main there’s chicken, beef, pork as well as a few veggie stews. One of the best things about Korean BBQ is that you can try lots of different things and, of course, you cook the food yourself at your table. The grills at Don Dae Bak Singapore are charcoal grills so meat acquires a very distinct flavour, whether it’s marinated beef shoulder, brisket, rib meat or some fresh pork belly that you’re cooking. You’ll find Don Dae Bak Singapore on Kreta Ayer Road at the best price, right amongst the buzz of Chinatown and absolutely worth an advanced reservation.Checkout the menu, read the reviews and make a don dae bak booking. Korean barbecue restaurant. Quirky, graffiti-filled Korean option featuring table grills, BBQ fare & kimchi pancakes.