Stews, skewers, BBQ meats and more on the new menu of Korean BBQ joint, Seorae

Budae Jjigae with BBQ meats
Budae Jjigae with BBQ meats

If you’ve been dreaming about the sizzle of meats when they hit the grill and soju cocktails that just about hit the right spot after a long day at work, Korean charcoal BBQ joint Seorae has launched a new menu to satiate all your cravings. Besides fan favourite dish galmaegisal, the signature pork skirt meat marinated in Korean spices, the menu also offers a kkochi platter with charcoal grilled skewers of cheese, kimchi and spicy enoki wrapped in samgyeobsal (pork belly) or woosamgyeob  (prime beef short plate). Crack an egg or throw in kimchi on the sides of the grill for extras to go with the meats.

Budae jjigae lunch set for two

For sweater weather days, try the budae jjigae, a gochujang spicy stew simmering with sausages, spam, bacon, beans and veggies. Or gather a bunch of buddies to order the cheese mandu tteokbokki of Korean rice cakes served on a hot pan with fried fish cakes, eggs, corn cheese dumplings, noodles and pineapples.

Cheese mandu tteokbokki with BBQ meats

If you work in the vicinity, swing by for kkochi platters, budae jjigae, Seoul bulgogi and dolsot bibimbap weekday lunch sets (from $10.90) that include drinks and side dishes. BBQ meats also come with the option of having them grilled by your server, so you won’t run the risk of smelling like Korean BBQ when you return to the office.

Kkochi platter

Seorae is at #02-01 Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Rd, 6238-8429. Sun-Thurs 11.30am-10pm, Fri & Sat 11.30am-11pm.

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