Hansing Pocha is an authentic pojangmacha-style restaurant that opens till 6am serving hard-to-find seafood, Korean BBQ, fruity soju & more

by Christabel Tan

You should be familiar with the term “pojangmacha” by now — we’re seeing more and more authentic eateries and restaurants modelled after the iconic street stalls in Korea, and I’m totally here for it!

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Enter Hansing Pocha, a Korean BBQ and seafood spot situated along Neil Road (of course it’s got to be in the Tanjong Pagar area) that closes till really late — 6am (and 2am on Sundays), to be exact.

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It’s got the full works — neon lights, metallic circular tables, and shelves lined with ramen and bottles of soju, so you know you’re in for a jolly good time!

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If you’re spoilt for choice by the extensive menu, go for the Hansing SapHap, which comprises three layers of beef cuts, scallops, and aged kimchi imported directly from Haenam, South Korea. There are two sets to choose from: Set A (S$72) for two, or Set B (S$128), which feeds up to four.

Grill everything up, and enjoy all three elements in a single, flavour-packed bite.

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Although you can also opt for a la carte meats like Pork Belly (S$26), Beef Brisket (S$30), and Beef Wagyu Sirloin (S$48), it’s the selection of seafood that really shines here, with options like Steamed Oysters (S$65), Butter-roasted Scallops (S$48), Steamed Flounder (S$55), and Rockfish Soup (S$60).

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If you visit on a rainy evening, piping hot stews like the Fish Roe Soup (S$48), Jjamppong Hotpot (S$45), and Budae Stew (S$45) will warm you up.

And of course, classic Korean pocha staples like Pop Fried Chicken (S$30), Seafood Tteokbokki (S$28), and even Seasoned Golbaengi (whelk, S$40) are also available.

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Photo: Hansing Pocha/google images

To top it off, no authentic Korean dining experience is complete without several bottles of fruity Soju (S$18) in flavours like Muscat, Lemon, and K-Plum, or Makgeolli (S$25/S$68).

So, if you’re ready for a fun evening of good food and imbibing till the wee hours of the morning, a visit to this pocha-style restaurant is a must!

Hansing Pocha
📍63 Neil Rd, Singapore 088896
🕒 6pm–6am (Mon to Sat), 6pm–2pm (Sun)

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