4 September 2015

The Boneless Kitchen 无骨厨房

Are you a Korean fan yet can't enjoy the meat? There's good news for you! Situated in an industrial area, there is a hidden vegetarian Korean eatery - The Boneless Kitchen 无骨厨房! The location is very accessible, within 5 mins walk from Tai Seng MRT. Some of you may have tried it before, it was located at Bukit Merah area previously, not exactly convenient.

They have 2 different seating places. You can choose to have your dinner at the Tatami mat area or have it at normal dining tables. We ate at the Tatami mat area to experience how Koreans eat.

Too much for 3 pax, was super full after that. Had Jeongol Army Stew, Kimchijeon, Tteokbokki and Kimchi Gamja Twigim. They give free side dishes too, like mashed potato, peanuts, kimchi, and fruits. And all these doesn't have onions and garlic!

Jeongol Army Stew $35.90

We ordered the Jeongol Army Stew which is for 2-3 pax, and it comes with 2 bowls of rice too. This stew has cheese!!, red bean, tofu, tteokbokki, ham, mushroom, hot dog, lettuce and noodles. Initially, I thought we are capable of clearing everything easily, but it's really filling. If you would like to eat different dishes from your friends, they have it in single portion too. Did I forget to mention that this is just too awesome?

They also have personal size for Army Stew with similar ingredients you see on the bigger pot but in smaller portions.

Tteokbokki $5.90
It has been a long time since we had Tteokbokki, aka Rice Cakes, one of the popular dishes I often see on Korean shows. As the Kimchi paste usually contains shrimp, only Yani knows how to make the vegetarian version. Over here at Boneless Kitchen, they are really generous with the sauce (you can see it from the photo). I can't take too much chilli, but I just can't stop eating it!

Kimchijeon $3.90
Kimchijeon - Kimchi Pancakes, doesn't look appealing to me and it looks kinda small. Maybe it's suppose to be like this. I didn't try it, but Darren says it taste normal, nothing special. But if you are a big fan of kimchi, try this.

Kimchi Gamja Twigim $7.90
Lastly, I thought this is the safest dish as I don't really like to eat vegetables (but Koreans love it). Kimchi Gamja Twigim is actually Kimchi paste and mayonnaise on french fries. The fries were a little soft, and the taste was normal. Wasn't really excited about this. Haha.

My sister loves the Bibimbap and she can finish this big bowl of it, something worth trying too!

I'll be back for more soon!

1 Irving Place
Singapore 369546

Contact Number
+65 8457 6464

Opening Hours
Tuesdays - Sundays: 11.30am to 9.00pm (last order 8.30pm)
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Nearest MRT
Tai Seng

Last Visited
August 2017


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