BIBIMBAP: [ Korean Traditional Mixed Rice ]

Bibimbap, a traditional Korean food, is a bowl of rice mixed with meat and assorted vegetables.
Rich in flavor and nutrition, Bibimbap contains many beneficial ingredients including namul (seasoned vegetables)
and meat which provide protein, minerals, and fiber, and has gained recognition worldwide as a healthy dining option.
The colorful ingredients please the eyes while the savory smell of sesame oil tickles the nose once
the vegetables are mixed with rice. Each bite provides a mouthful of bursting flavors!


MAKGEOLLI: [ Korean Traditional Rice Wine ]

Among all of Korea’s traditional alcohols, Makgeolli has the longest history. It is made by mixing steamed glutinous rice or wheat with Nuruk, a traditional fermentation starter, and water, then leaving the mixture to ferment. It has a milky, opaque color and a low alcohol content of 6-13%. It is relatively low in calories and high in proteins. Makgeolli pairs best with Pa Jeon, a crispy spring onion pancake dish. Traditionally, farmers used to drink Makgeolli when they could not go out to work in the fields on rainy days. Koreans today, say the sound of rain is remind them of the sound of frying Pa Jeon, and often order the delicious Pa Jeon, Makgeolli sets.


Bulgogi: [ Marinated Beef ]

Bulgogi is one of the most popular Korean dishes in Korea and abroad. This classic Korean dish is made of thinly sliced, marinated beef with an assortment of vegetables and delicious gravy. Many consider it one of Korea’s national dishes as they are staples of Korean households. It’s tender, sweet and juicy characteristics make Bulgogi a favorite of people of all ages, and to those familiar and new to Korean foods.























Singpost Centre (Main Branch)

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