Halal Korean food always makes us excited. From juicy bulgogi to Korean fried chicken, K-BBQ and bibimbap, Korean food is perfect for a comforting meal. For those of you staying in the East, good news! There's a new halal Korean coffeeshop stall in Tampines.
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Located at the Kim San Leng Coffee Shop at Blk 138 Tampines St 11, Seoul Sedap is a Chinese-Muslim owned stall serving halal Korean Army Stew, ramyeon, rice bowls, Korean fried chicken, tteokbokki and more. They serve Army Stews for 2-3 people ($24.90) and even Army Stew with Cheese ($29.90) especially if you're a fan of cheese. Those of you who are dining alone can also get their mini Army Stew for $8.90. You can also choose to add more ingredients for the Army Stew.
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Besides that, Seoul Sedap also has Korean fried chicken in various flavours - Soy Garlic, Spicy, Original and Mix. These are sold from 4 pcs all the way to 18 pcs ($5.20-$21.20). If you feel like eating rice, you'd want to savour their bibimbap (available with tofu, chicken or beef, $6.50-$7.50) or get their spicy seafood ($10.90) and bulgogi rice bowls ($5.90-$6.90).
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For those rainy days, their stews will warm your tummy. The Soft Tofu Stew with Seafood ($10.90) is made with freshly curdled soft tofu or you can also choose to have their kimchi soup or soybean soup. These can be eaten with rice or top up $1.50 to change your carbs to ramen. For lighter meal options, their tteokbokki ($5.90), rabokki ($7.90) or japchae ($5.90-$7.50) is just what you need.
If you're living in the East and looking for a new halal Korean spot, be sure to check out Seoul Sedap! SHARE this with your fellow foodie friends and plan your next meal here.
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Blk 138 Tampines St 11, #01-148
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