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Don Dae Bak

Don Dae Bak

Don Dae Bak






75%   (36 votes)
27 / 36


Delicious, authentic, and pocket-friendly – in short, this sums up Don Dae Bak, a cosy little Korean barbecue joint located in a Kreta Ayer shophouse near Chinatown. For lunch, gas stoves are used, while charcoal stoves are used for dinner.MUST TRIES: The main draw of the menu is the selection of meats, such as marinated beef, beef brisket, short rib, pork belly, pork shoulder loin, and chicken.The meats come marinated or non-marinated, and are generous in portion. There is also a good variety of ban chan (side dishes), which are refillable. But the most unique feature here has to be the pan-fried egg.The round barbecue grill has a groove on the outer ring; the server pours beaten egg into the ring and lets it cook. This is also refillable.

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Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 14:30
Mon - Sat: 17:30 - 22:30
Closed: Sun

35 Kreta Ayer

Asian, Barbecue, Korean

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