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Popular Korean Charcoal BBQ Seorae Brings Its Sizzle to Singapore

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Annyeonghaseyo! In a city that can’t get enough of Korea’s exciting food and pop culture, the highly anticipated Seorae Galmaegi finally lands in Singapore at Plaza Singapura, opening on 24 December 2015.

For the first time in Singapore, Korean food lovers will get to enjoy the signature Korean galmaegisal, which is also known as pork skirt meat. Galmaegisal is found between the ribs and the belly of the pig and is a unique cut that forms only 250 grams of every full-grown pig. Said to have been served exclusively to the Royal Family of Korea in ancient times, Seorae Singapore now offers this special dining experience to all.

Seorae Samgyeopsal

Seorae Samgyeopsal

Using Seorae’s special ‘circle grilling’ technique, the galmaegisal, marinated in a delicious blend of Korean spices, is grilled to perfection; full of rich flavours, tender and juicy, the taste of galmaegisal resembles that of wagyu beef. Amp up the flavour of the galmaegisal using the well-known Korean dipping style into onion and spicy sauces, accompanied with silky folds of egg and fragrant garlic. To bring diners on an even more exciting culinary adventure, Seorae Singapore offers melted cheese on the grill as well, combining mouth-watering textures and creamy cheese into a burst of flavour on the taste buds.

Seorae Galmaegisal grilling1

Seorae Galmaegisal grilling

Keeping true to the bona fide Seorae Galmaegi dining experience offered in Korea, besides offering galmaegisal, Seorae Singapore will also provide a wide selection of premium pork and beef cuts, traditional jigae (Korean stews), refreshing cold noodles and the ever-popular patbingsoo (shaved-ice dessert) in numerous flavours, including Gangnam Patbingsoo (popcorn and caramel) and Sinsa Patbingsoo (honeydew), among other delectable Korean dishes.

Seorae Gangnam Patbingsoo (popcorn)

Seorae Gangnam Patbingsoo (popcorn)

Decked out in retro interiors inspired by the bustling streets of Seoul from the ‘70s, guests can expect to huddle around the grill and relish in authentic Korean vibes, brimming with conviviality and glowing smoke, all while enjoying tantalising, smoky premium meat cuts.

To celebrate the opening of Seorae Singapore, with every $80 spent, diners will receive a dining voucher worth $38, for a limited period only. Seorae Singapore will open its doors to the public on 24 December 2015.

Seorae Singapore
Plaza Singapura, #02-01, 68 Orchard Road, Singapore 238839
Tel: 6238 8429

Author: Javan Ng
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