Dear diners, for Friday and Saturday bookings, please reserve your table before 6pm. Thank you!
Customers who would like to utilise vouchers , please call the restaurant directly.
Singapore may have no shortage of great Korean BBQ restaurants, but with its stylish decor Twins is giving traditional Korean cuisine a trendy new update and already establishing a name for itself across the city-state. You’ll find this hip new restaurant on Craig Road in Tanjong Pagar, so make a reservation and head on over to feast on Korean BBQ at its finest, whether it is for lunch or dinner.
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This place is supposedly famous for chicken and beer. I thought the food was nice, but it was very pricey. The chicken sizes were not consistent... some pieces were extremely small. Army stew was also very little for the price we paid. They also didn’t have the ice cream beer when we went?!?!?! Overall quite a nice meal but burnt a hole in my wallet.
The overall experience was alright but had better korean fried chicken from other restaurants in the area.
We had their Original and Yangnyum chicken with 6 pieces each, more than enough for 2 people shares! Hopefully next time we can try their ice cream beer, provided they bring back :)
Run by a couple of Korean twins, Twins is giving traditional Korean cuisine in Singapore a fresh new twist, with a menu that includes family favourites as well as trendy modern dishes. With its stylish setting complete with exposed brick walls and sleek, minimalistic furniture, Twins is a stand out on Tanjong Pagar’s Craig Road, drawing in foodies from all over Singapore for both lunch and dinner with its mouthwatering Korean cuisine, all cooked up from scratch by the brothers.
Some of our favourite dishes on the lengthy menu at Twins include the seafood pancakes, the traditional bulgogi (stir-fried beef marinated in a homemade soy sauce) and the spicy seafood noodle soup. Of course no trip to Singapore’s Twins would be complete without indulging in some of their fried chicken, made using fresh chicken and marinated with homemade sauces – we recommend trying the spicy dakkangjung and soy and lemon kang pungki. To find out what the fuss about Twins is all about, book a table at this Tangong Pagar hotspot now.
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