Updated: Aug 25
In the midst of the week of intense political drama in our little red dot, an adventurous foodie trio found themselves entangled in personal predicaments that required immediate attention. Inspired by the politicians, they decided to hold their own "emergency meeting" to spill the tea. They gathered at Danji Korean BBQ Buffet, making it their designated headquarters for the crucial discussions.
Nestled at Chinatown Point is Danji Korean BBQ Buffet, a highly raved all-you-can-eat buffet KBBQ. Managed by Korean owners, the family-run company is known for serving a wide variety of authentic Korean food at affordable prices. Let’s find out from the adventurous foodie trio if it’s worth the hype.
"Decent at best" Korean BBQ Goodness
Two consecutive dinners at the highly raved Danji KBBQ buffet? @jeajeajea isn't kidding around! Yet, she couldn't help but raise an eyebrow at the lofty hype. Sure, the joint claims authenticity, but the meat? Decent at best, she says. She loves the thick and chewy Japchae though!
@mandycandy attested to the wide variety of food, sharing that “it was a buffet w many choices”. Seeming unsure, she also said that “The food was ok?”. Despite a buffet bonanza with endless choices, the trio decided to have one too many beers! Next thing they knew, the bill spiraled into a "Whoops, how did this happen?" moment. Blame it on the beer goggles 🍺🥽 So if you're on a budget, skip the beers!
On the other side of the table sat @jerryneo who delightfully exclaimed “The food cannot go wrong” and generously gave Danji Korean BBQ a 7.5/10 score for their food. Wells, one thing’s for sure — you may not find food miracles but fear not, it would at least hit the 'decent' mark on your taste-o-meter.
The Danji Korean BBQ Experience
While the food may have been just decent, the outstanding customer service elevated @jerryneo ’s experience to a whole new level seeing that he gave an 8.5/10 for service and revealed that the staff who attended to them is super duper friendly.
The real showstopper though? Apparently, there are videos that teach you how to cook. Like @jeajeajea, you can also whip up cheese dakgalbi like a culinary wizard! Abracadabra, it's DIY magic on your plate!
Foodie Verdict: Danji's BBQ Hits and Misses
Ok, so what’s the verdict? Danji Korean BBQ provided a mixed bag of delights. While the food may not have left the trio in awe, it certainly didn't disappoint either. With its all-you-can-eat buffet offering, it proved to be a haven for those with hearty appetites.
The teaching videos that accompanied the DIY grilling experience added a cool and unique twist, turning their dinner into a culinary adventure.
However, while Danji Korean BBQ's flavors were decent and enjoyable, they may not satisfy those craving an intensely authentic experience. For those seeking the pinnacle of authenticity or if you're not planning to indulge in an abundance of food, @jeajeajea suggests exploring other dining options.
So, there you have it—the verdict is in. Danji Korean BBQ offers a fulfilling and affordable feast (without the beer) for those who love to eat heartily and enjoy a touch of culinary DIY.
Danji Korean BBQ Buffet
133 New Bridge Rd, #02-35 Chinatown point, Singapore 059413
Opens: Mon - Fri 12:00pm - 2:30pm; 5:30pm - 10:00pm | Sat & Sun 12:00pm - 10:00pm
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