If there’s one thing we can never get enough of, it’s Korean BBQ spots. Yes, by now you’ve probably heard about a dozen of both established and new Korean BBQ restaurants popping up here and there, all of which offer the same variety of food. Chingu @ The Oval, a contemporary tabletop Korean BBQ, is an exception to the rule with its use of dry-aged and wet-aged meats.
Having recently opened its doors on 25 Nov 2022 at 7 The Oval, Chingu @ The Oval offers a modern take on Korean BBQ as reinterpreted by Seoul-born Chef Steven Choi. “Chingu” means “friends” in Korean, and its goal is to deliver share-worthy Korean cuisines. They also specialise in serving only premium meat cuts that are either dry-aged or wet-aged up to 14 days.
Beef options for the barbecued meats include Kagoshima A4 Wagyu Rib-eye Steak (S$138++), USDA Prime Rib-eye Steak (S$52++) and Kilcoy Grain-Fed Boneless Beef Short Rib (S$36++). All of the options are dry-aged for 7 days.
There are also pork, chicken and seafood available for grilling, such as Spanish Iberico Pork Jowl (Wet Aged 7 Days) (S$32++), Saeujang (Prawns soaked in soy sauce & Lemon) (S$18++) and Chicken Tender (S$20++) with a French-style milk marinade.
To accompany your grilled goods, why not opt for some carbs in the form of Traditional Cold Noodle (S$18++) or Konjac Ramyeon (S$18++)? There are also stew options like the Chingu Special Army Stew (S$28++) and Traditional Soybean Paste Stew with Seafood (S$18++) if you prefer something soupy.
Other finger foods to munch on whilst waiting for your food to cooked include Nachos Pizza (S$17++), Chicken Signature Sampler (S$30++) and Korean Dried Squid with Peanut (S$8++).
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