Whether you’re ordering food for yourself, your four-person stomach or a group gathering, Korean food will never go wrong. From heartwarming stews to flavourful finger food, it’s easy to satisfy a spectrum of taste buds and occasions with Korean food delivery.
Here’s a trusty list of 10 Korean Food Deliveries in Singapore to bookmark for all occasions. Whether you’re craving a traditional course meal complete with side dishes or finger-lickin’ party food. These Korean Eateries are sure to leave you wanting more.
With a name like Ajumma’s (the Korean equivalent of the Singaporean aunty), one can already imagine the hearty grub that will be served. Known for its nutritious Dosirak meals, such as Beef Bulgolgi Dosirak ($13.90), featuring tender grilled meats marinated in lip-smacking sauces and a spread of nutritious pickled vegetables, the restaurant delivers a home-cooked, prepared-with-love feel to its lunch boxes, making it a go-to choice for a well-rounded nutritious meal.
Ajumma’s also caters to groups with its sharing bundle deals. Their bundles are portioned to feed 4 pax or 10 pax and include a variety of dry and soupy dishes. The Ajumma’s Platter ($85 for 4 pax) includes 2 choices of marinated meats, a stew, 2 appetizers (choose crowd favorites like steamed egg and kimchi pancake), 4 complimentary side dishes per person, rice and drinks.
2. Chir Chir + Masizzim + Nipong Naepong
All the Korean food fans out there, this isn’t one to miss. Three of the top Korean eateries, Chir Chir + Masizzim + Nipong Naepong, have teamed up to bring you an unforgettable Korean feast. Gather your friends and family for the Chir Chir 4 Pax Bundle ($81.90) or any of their other hearty bundles. If you’re looking for a lighter meal, warm your stomach with the Soy Beef Rib Stew ($23.85) from Masizzim. Alternatively, get your hands on Nipong Naepong’s famous noodle bowls featuring the traditional Cha Ppong ($20.25) as well as new creations like Rose Tteokbokki ($23.85). Korean delivery has never sounded more enticing! What’s more you can have it delivered anywhere and everywhere.
3. SBCD Korean Tofu House
Best known for its sizzling soft tofu stews, SBCD Korean is comfort food heaven. Nothing soothes the soul better than the Original Beef Soontofu ($23). Imagine your Korean delivery order arriving at your doorstep, and what awaits is a pot of hot and spicy tofu stew with strips of tender beef served with a gooey egg. Tofu fans will be delighted to hear that the soft and silken tofu is imported from Paju, South Korea. It is made fresh in-house daily, ensuring its top quality and texture.
Enjoy the hearty stew on its own, along with sides of fermented squid, kimchi, and seaweed, or grab a combo deal comprising 1 stew and 1 meat platter and indulge in the best of both worlds. If you’ve been craving some Galbi Jjim, we recommend the LA Galbi Combo($45) for a new way of enjoying the well-loved beef short rib.
4. Hongdae Oppa
Be spoilt for choice by the wide variety of traditional Korean dishes you can get at Hongdae Oppa. Look forward to a selection of meats, stews and familiar Korean delights like seafood pancake and japchae. You’ll never think of soup as plain and boring again. Especially not after seeing the flavourful and nutrient-packed Beef Bean Paste Jigae($14.90)!
If you’re planning a watch party to binge-watch Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha, don’t hesitate to order their All-In Feast Set ($50.50 for 4-5 pax). Stay home, cuddle up with your friends and family, and have an unforgettable watch-fest.
Meat lovers rejoice: if you’d like to take your Korean BBQ Delivery up a notch from Seoul Garden’s grills, there is no better place than SEORAE, which is famous for their charcoal-grilled KBBQ and quality meat cuts. Have ready-cooked grilled meat sets delivered to you for your stay-home comfort food parties. If you’re someone who loves KBBQ but would rather skip the grillwork, this is for you!
Their bundle sets are a jaw-dropping steal: the Pork Sharing Set ($79, for 3 to 4 pax) comes with a whopping spread of grilled pork belly, skirt meat, chicken, sharing staples like kimchi pancake, soft tofu stew, steamed fluffy rice to go around and of course, banchan (side dishes).
6. Bonchon Singapore
A famous South Korean franchise known for their fried chicken delivery, Bonchon Singapore has also a very underrated but delicious bibimbap to balance out the “too-much-fried-chicken” guilt, making them a great option for Korean food delivery .
Their bibimbap ($15.90) is prepared in a hot stone bowl with generous portions of sauteed and seasoned vegetables and gochujang (chilli pepper sauce), as well as a side miso soup. We recommend the chicken option, so you get to experience the savoury chicken that really takes this dish to another level in terms of comfort food!
7. JoAh Korean Restaurant
A family-friendly restaurant that prepares food with both taste and customers’ health in mind, JoAh Korean Restaurant brings the taste of authentic Korean food to Singapore.
Dig into their popular Bibimbap (From $13.60) that has is topped with fresh vegetables and a perfectly cooked egg, It also has beef, pork, chicken and tofu options, so you can mix it up (pun intended) the next time you order a bibimbap from JoAh. Yes, we’re that confident.
You probably know 2D1N Soju Bang as all-you-can eat Korean BBQ buffet restaurant, but did you know they also serve traditional a-la-carte style dishes? A good place to start would be their Army Stew Budejjige 2-3 pax 韩式火锅 2 – 3 pax ($46.90). It comes with the usual suspects in an army stew, like sausages and ramyeon, but the main star would have to be its hearty soup base that has just the right balance of flavours. We bet you’ll be slurping down every single drop!
Or if you’re looking for an indulgent treat to accompany your next K-drama binge, you have to order the Cheese Tteokbokki ($19.90), a hotplate of Korean rice cakes, drizzled in a spicy gochujang-based sauce and topped with a layer of cheese.
9. Han Pan Korean Restaurant
With premium ingredients imported all the way from Korea and Europe. Look forward to high-quality Korean comfort food at Han Pan Korean Restaurant.
Be spoilt for choice with their wide array of Korean delicacies, from soups and stews to bulgogi meats and pancakes. We recommend their housemate Kimchi ($12.90 for a 600g jar) and Bossam Pork ($15.80), a pork shoulder that is boiled in fragrant spices and thinly sliced.
Han Pan also has all your party needs covered, with curated sets for up to 6 people. Dig into their Signature Set ($90, for 4 to 6 pax), which comes with a pancake, bulgogi meats, stew, rice and drinks. At less than $20 per person, we think this is a pretty good deal in terms of Korean food delivery!
10. DAEBAK Korean Restaurant
Comforting, fuss-free Korean soul food—what’s not to love? Fans of DAEBAK Korean Restaurant would definitely strongly recommend their Tofu Soup ($9.70). It might sound like a simple dish but it packs a punch with Daebak’s very own unique broth. For those that prefer the classic style of Korean food delivery (think the steel boxes filled with stacks of delivery fare), opt for their Kimchi Fried Rice ($11.70). Enjoy stir-fried grains with their very own house-made kimchi, and completed with a perfect sunny-side-up.