Situated in a row of shophouses along Mosque Street, Jangwon Korean Restaurant can be easy to overlook when looking for a dining spot in Chinatown. But here’s where you should go for authentic, home cooked Korean cuisine, brought to you by a native family which has decided to call Singapore home. Start off with a few bites of pajeon and gimbap, before moving on to one of the hot favourite mains of bibimbap, dak-galbi or kimchi jjigae. If you’re looking to quench your thirst between all those dishes, you’d be pleased to know that this restaurant stocks a good selection of canned drinks and liquors – all imported from Korea. For the best seats, we recommend booking ahead.
Food is awesome!! Staffs are attentive and response is fast. Boss and lady boss are really from Korea. Food is authentic from korea. Price is average.
Our regular spot for comfort home style Korean food. Wonderful and authentic food/ especially the stews.
Their food is very delicious. N good service. Will continue to visit n support them. Their army stew is the best n delicious side dishes
The food at Jangwon is great and tasted like authentic Korean food. Moreover, the service was excellent. The staff were polite and we did not have to wait too long for our food. Would definitely come back again!
Service was excellent. Food was flavourful & good. Too much nice food in a night for me and my friends as we were sinfully enjoying our buffet session at jang won. Will definitely be back. Love the seafood pancakes, kimchi fried rice & tofu stew soup personally.
Very good authentic korean food. Will definitely be back. Very value for money as well (: the soup and meat were fresh and savoury. The side dishes were free flow and very Delish as well.
Good tasty authentic food with nice ambience and music. Staff was friendly and attentive to our needs too. Menu item has already included GST so we are only paying for service charges. Worth a go!
Service was good and they were generous with the sides. The sides were really nice, as well as the seafood pancake and the pork collar. However the ox bone soup was a let down as it was bland and the meat was tough.
There seems to be a slight change in the recipes of the stews, and I prefer the old ones. Apart from that, it’s still a great place to dine at!
This is my 2nd time visiting this restaurant. The food is delicious and the price is reasonable. They provide free roasted barley tea. Will recommend more friends!!