Seorae @ Plaza Singapura: Even Koreans Dine Here

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See that Minion in a hawaii-inspired outfit? 😀 I won it on the first attempt at a certain claw machine in Timezone, Plaza Singapura yesterday! Super happy but there was no one to celebrate with as I’d reached the mall early, ahead of our dinner. Muahaha. Once again, it’s an Eatigo 50%-off discount, at Seorae this time. Actually I didn’t even know this place existed so their listing themselves on Eatigo is a wise move! The restaurant is actually located in the old wing of Plaza Singapura. I’d thought it should be the new wing but couldn’t find it there. (@_@) As I was waiting for my dining companion, I noticed that Korean ladies seem to like dining here. Maybe it’s the food. Or perhaps it’s the largely male staff. I think I spotted only one female who was tasked with serving the food. The rest of the wait staff seem to be male. 😉 *Not that they are extra friendly or anything. Quite the opposite. Cold like the U.S. winter. 😛

They serve 4 side dishes here, all of which are yummy:

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At seemingly no charge… since it’s not stated on the bill.

And I ordered the Cold Barley Tea (you can have it warm too) ‘cos it’s refillable and costs just $4.90++. I highly recommend you get a jug of this. It’s a welcome treat on a hot day.

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The Sundubu Jjigae ($14.90++) is a stew that comes with rice. The stew contains tofu, minced pork (so it tastes sweet), clams, vegetables and egg. It’s both spicy and sweet and just delightful. I’d order this again!

The Dolsot Bibimbab ($12.90) was a bit of a disappointment. I think the bibimbap I last ate at Patbingsoo in Northpoint was much better.

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Seorae is located at #02-01 of Plaza Singapura, near the escalator. In-between Itacho Sushi and ON Cat accessories.