Conveniently located close to Tanjong Pagar MRT, SBCD Korean Tofu House - Tanjong Pagar Centre is a casual yet stylish Korean restaurant, specialising in soft tofu stew as well as dishing up a range of other Korean favourites. The perfect place for a working lunch, to fuel up after shopping or a low-key evening meal with friends. In Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar, you’ll find SBCD Korean Tofu House inside the Tanjong Pagar Centre on Wallich Street – to guarantee a table, making a reservation at this hotspot beforehand is advised.
While Singapore has no shortage of Korean restaurants, deciding where to eat can be hard. Lucky for lovers of Korean cuisine, SBCD Korean Tofu House is a stylish and spacious restaurant, conveniently located inside the Tanjong Pagar Centre, a stone’s throw from Tanjong Pagar MRT. SBCD Korean Tofu House - Tanjong Pagar specialise in soft tofu stew, a traditional Korean dish with freshly-curdled tofu, meat, seafood or veggies, egg and gochujang served in a hot stone pot with a side of rice. Every dish is created with a mix of both soft and silken tofu that’s handmade fresh daily, and ranges from mild to crazy hot, so every palate is catered to.
As well as an array of stews, SBCD Korean Tofu House - Tanjong Pagar serve up a range of other Korean favourites, from beef bulgogi to spicy baby octopus and hot stone bibimbap. With its stylish decor, casual ambience and hearty, home-style Korean cuisine, SBCD Korean Tofu House - Tanjong Pagar is the go-to for a fuss-free Korean feast in Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar, whether it's for lunch or dinner. To snag the perfect table at SBCD Korean Tofu House, booking in advance is recommended.
Nice food and huge variety, will come back again next time! The price is quite high though but the quality is great, kinda justified the price
Lovely meal. And reasonable pricing for the spread of food. Tastes authentic too
Second time visiting and lovely experience once again! The food is really good, we had a combo that came with BBQ Bulgogi and a tofu stew with assorted seafood. A really hearty meal, and love the free sides which each person get a whole fried small fish. There is also fee Yakult at the end of your meal. Highly recommend!
The food was nice and staff are friendly. Good ideal to have a vitagen or yakult (I can’t recall which one haha) served after meal. Overall, a pleasant experience
This is my 5th time there but first time during dinner time on a weekend. Food is always consistently good but the service was lacking this evening. We went in a group of 9 and for some reason my order was served a good 29 minutes ahead of everyone else. Needless to say by the time everyone's food arrived mine had turned cold. One of the server didn't seemed able to accord even a smile each time she walked into the room. That was compensated by the manager's pleasant and helpful attitude but still given the slow customer traffic compared to when I usually go during lunch, this was a disappointing evening.
I have visited SBCD Korean Tofu House for a couple of times. I found the food especially the tofu soup very nice. Their lunch sets are worth the money as I normally order 2 to 3 different sets to be shared among my friends. I especially like their Hot plate beef ribs and their octopus.
Though the food is overpriced, but the food quality is good. The staffs are mostly korean and are friendly too. The food are cooked by koreans thus it really feels like you are having your food in korea. Their side dishes are fabulous and comprise of spicy squid, kimchi and seaweed which are all refillable. They also provide one fried fish for each pax which is not refillable, which is rare in Korean restaurants in Singapore. Another commendable point for the food here is that they do not contain MSG.
Good Korean fare. There were eight of us dining at SBCD Korean Tofu House. This is my fifth time eating at this branch and have invited friends for this gathering as I like the not-so-crowded feel of this place. We had mixed reviews on the food. One of our guests commented that the food (particularly the soup) was a bit too salty for her liking. Another felt the beef ribs was on the fatty side compared to what was previously served. The service was prompt and attentive, and the servers are always on the side to assist. We always end the meal with a nice yogurt drink compliments from the restaurant on the way out which is always welcomed.
casual dining atmosphere. enjoyed the seafood pancake a lot whereas the seafood sootufu though tasty, we hardly see a lot of ingredients, more of the silky tofu. the al galbi was nicely marinated. the octupus dish was okay too. the side dishes are rather pathetic in variety and quantity as compared to other korean restaurants. the fish was tasty and nice. can order extra at S$1. fortunately i read past reviews to know that we should pour the corn tea into the hotpot rice (after scooping it all out) as waiters didnt even make an effort to inform us. overall quality of food is pretty good but didnt impress me greatly.
The Assorted Soontofu arrived bubbling in a pot. Interesting to note that rice was scooped from a stone pot, after which hot water would be poured over and covered with a wooden lid. drinking that water after a meal would provide a cleansing and nutritious experience. While I ordered a “Medium Spicy”, the soup wasn’t that intense. I wished the base could have been more robust and concentrated, but perhaps they were going for a ‘healthy’ route (and perhaps do not use MSG).