Please take note that lunch reservations should be made at least one day in advanced and dinner reservations has to be made before 5.30 p.m. on the same day.
Savour the best of both worlds at Hwang Sil, a restaurant in Tanjong Pagar that offers both Korean and Chinese cuisines from the ground floor of Airview Building on Maxwell Road. Here, you can look forward to staples like jja jang myeon, available a la carte or as part of a set meal, together with perennial favourites sweet sour pork and deep fried dumplings. Thirsty? Hwang Sil’s collection of soju and Chinese wines offer the perfect roundup to your visit to this central Singapore hotspot. But before you make a toast to that, you’ll want to make a reservation to beat those pesky lines.
The food is very delicious though slightly pricey as compared to the other chinese korean restaurants in the Tanjong pagar area. But, I think its worth the price. Highly recommend the sweet and sour pork.
Food portion is huge! Ambiance and service is great as well although it has lesser variety of side dishes as compared to other restaurants in the area. Will definitely patronize this korean restaurant again.
Food was great , service staff were amicable and prompt.
super authentic Korean Chinese food. eating there makes you feel like you're in Korea because there were so many Korean expats. service staff were not very attentive but overall it was good.
Has the jan pong, chives pancake, sweet and sour pork and rice wine. Place looks pretty authentic and there were many Korean patrons there, which says a lot. I particularly liked the jan pong. It is very flavourful and the noodles were very delicious. The soup was also not too spicy yet it hits the right spot. The pork was okay, nothing to shout about, but the portion was huge. The overall ambience was good and it looks pretty authentic to me. I’d go back to try the other dishes.
Great service and the food is very very fresh. Can compare with Hai Di Lao level of freshness. After cooking all the seafood, vegetables and meat, you lift up the grill to reveal a pot of congee marinated with all the juices of the food you have been cooking.
Very delish! The jajang tteok was amazing and flavorful; Tangsuyuk was well done and fried mandu too - light and crispy. The only thing I thought could be improved was the jjampong; it's really not spicy enough and could be more flavorful.
Place is good and food is affordable. Free flow of pickles and free flow of black tea is nice. Decoration is special and looks contemporary
Big portions, and delicious food! The slightly dated interior design actually adds to the charm. Wasn't too busy during weekday lunch, good setting to have a proper conversation.
Very authentic Chinese Korean cuisine, definitely one of the best Jjajangmyeon places in town. Highly recommended to place a booking or reservation before going down.