Bigmama Korean Restaurant

Address: 2 Kim Tian Rd, 169244, Singapore.

Friday’s night, after working for a day, I asked for a dinner at Tiong Bahru, Singapore. Bigmana Korean Restaurant is one of the recommended restaurants to try in Tiong Bahru based on the online bloggers.

Without hesitation, my friend joined in. We walked from the MRT station to the restaurant which took us about 10 minutes walk. There was no queue when we reached the restaurant, however, the main shop was full with people. According to my friend, the restaurant expanded and they are now taking over the next door as well.

It is ran by a native Korean, so I believe the quality of food will maintain. For two of us that night, we ordered two dishes to try.

Our table was full with food when it was served. We ordered the seafood pancake and the Teokbokki. It comes with side dishes as usual for a Korean restaurant.

The main dish of the night was our choice, Teokbokki which is one of the popular traditional Korean food which comes with rice cake noodle cooked with fish cakes, eggs, vegetables and instant noodle.

The chili broth is not spicy although it looks red. For normal people, it should be just alright. Just remember to turn off the fire after a while so it would not over-cooked.

The Buchu Jeon, the Korean pancake made with chives and shrimps. The waiter apologized us because they missed our order and later, realized it and came to inform us they would serve in short while. I did not notice it was missed order, however, the pancake should not take too long to serve.

Along with the side dishes, it made my day to the fullness. No doubts, Korean side dishes are always most satisfying me and I liked all of them most of the time when I visited any Korean restaurants.

The night wrapped up with a beautiful night view that I never seen before from this angle. If there is a chance, I would love to come here again for the food and the views. It is a good place for dating with the night views 🙂




KyoChon, Malaysia.
Address: SkyAvenue Genting Lot T2-33, Level T2, Sky Avenue, 69000 Genting Highland, Pahang, Malaysia.

Last March, my friends and I went to the Genting Highland for a short trip in the afternoon. It was raining when we reached the Skyway station and the crowd waiting for the cable cars was quite huge. They were mainly the tourists from China and you can imagine how big the groups of people were there. Luckily, the Genting Skyway’s management has provided a separated queue for tour groups and normal visitors to enter the queuing area. However, it did not ease the human traffic and it took quite long to reach our turn.

The ticket of the cable car and the price for a standard cable car for each trip. It is a good money to earn! As we were at the new Skyway Station, the cable cars were new ones, more stable and comfortable with more space.

It was raining on that afternoon. Upon reaching the hilltop, I could feel the cool and needed to put on my sweater. I was having cough over the few weeks. We walked around to see which restaurant was available for us to have lunch.

Our first choice to eat at Madam Kwan but the restaurant did not serve a number of dishes due to shortage of ingredients. I was pretty sadden because I could not try the Nasi Bojari. Then, we walked around again and ended up at this Korean restaurant, KyoChon which my friend said quite nice. We queued a while for our table but it was a high-round table with high seat. I did not like this kind of seat and I did not like to eat facing outside of the restaurant whereby a lot of people walking around the area. Simply unsecured.

Even though we were hungry at that time, it still took us quite long to decide which set to choose from the menu and it took some time to serve the food too. We placed our ordered with a waitress who is from Philippines and she was quite attentive to our questions and orders.

I am not too sure whether we over-ordered our food. It did look a lot of food on our small table. We have three cold drinks (OMG, so cold still drink cold drink with ice), two plates of fried chicken, one with soy sauce and another with honey, some salads and three bowl of rice, kimchi fried rice, garlic fried rice and plain white rice. Yes, now I do feel we over-ordered the food.

Personally, I liked their honey fried chicken which was very well marinated and cooked. It tasted better than the soy sauce. I guess it is because of the additional honey coating on the chicken that makes it tastier and crisper. Let me share with you a closed up picture of both chicken. The top plate is the honey chicken and the bottom one is the soy sauce.

Their Kimchi Fried Rice is nice too with strong Kimchi and spicy taste. It comes with an egg on top of the fried rice. When compared with the Garlic Fried Rice, one may find the latter is normal taste.