Looking for a new Korean BBQ spot to get grillin’ with your friends and family?
Head West and make your way to Bukit Timah for NAMI Korean Grill House, home to authentic Korean cuisine and delectable barbecued meats, alongside an exclusive limited-time deal for our readers!
Helmed by the team behind one of Singapore’s largest K-BBQ joints, Hanjip Korean Grill House, NAMI is strategically located along the Greenwood Avenue stretch populated with cafes, restaurants, and speciality grocers.
The location takes inspiration from Nami Island in South Korea, the popular tourist destination best known for its picture-perfect scenery. Likewise, Greenwood gives off a similar vibe, providing a escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
The spacious and brightly lit interior, coupled with meat delicately grilled to perfection by the experienced team, makes for an enjoyable hands-free Korean BBQ experience, so you can sit back and relax without any worries.
You can expect an extensive range of quality meat cuts ranging from Kurobuta Berkshire Pork to Australia Wagyu. The latter, in particular, is succulent, juicy, and well-marbled, boasting an unforgettable melt-in-mouth texture akin to that of butter.
Beef lovers should make a beeline for the Wagyu Striploin (S$68), USDA Prime Boneless Short Ribs (S$48), and Beef Tongue (S$42) — choose between the Beef Platter A (S$148 for 500g) or Beef Platter B (S$138 for 500g) if you’re dining in a larger group!
As for the pork options, Pork Jowl (S$35), Marinated Pork Collar (S$35), and our personal favourite, the Kurobuta Pork Belly (S$35), which you can also enjoy in the Kurobuta Platter (S$98 for 450g).
You can even get the best of all worlds with the Nami Signatures Platter (S$178 for 600g), which comes inclusive of rich and flavourful Korean Abalone (U.P. $48), the only seafood option on the BBQ menu.
Grilled meats and seafood aside, Nami Korean Grill House also serves the trendy soy marinated crab, or Ganjang Gejang (S$68), a dish best enjoyed with a bowl of piping hot rice.
An array of traditional Korean fare, including soups and stews like Spicy Handmade Tofu (sundubu jigae, S$25), Ginseng Chicken (S$30), and Pork Bone (gamjatang, S$25), are also available.
Other offerings include Korean pancakes (pajeon), stir-fries, and noodle dishes. We highly recommend the signature Kimchi Pancake (S$20), Cold Noodle (mul naengmyeon, S$20), and Spicy Chicken with Cheese (S$32).
Be sure to save some space for an order of Korean Fried Chicken Wings (S$22 for original, soy, or spicy) and Cheese Egg Roll (S$15) — comfort food at its finest.
Like any authentic Korean restaurant, you’ll also find a selection of side dishes (banchan) like Pickled Radish, Lotus Root, and Fresh Kimchi, all handmade on a daily basis.
Soju and Korean BBQ go hand in hand, so why not order some Chorong Chorong Soju (S$18 per bottle, S$48 for a mix of 3) in flavours like Green Grape, Peach, and more? Bottoms up!
Exclusive deal for ConfirmGood readers
If you want to get the most bang for your buck, drop by for lunch on weekdays to enjoy special Sets (from S$118 for 2 pax), or even the Executive Lunch Set Menu consisting of individual mains, side dishes, and barley tea or coffee from S$15 per person.
Even better — we’ve got an exclusive deal for readers of ConfirmGood: from now till 15 October 2022, flash our @confirmgood telegram post to enjoy 1-for-1 Kurobuta Pork Belly (U.P. S$35) at Nami Korean Grill House!
Do note that there is a minimum spend of S$100 with a minimum order of two ala-carte meats. This deal is also not applicable on Fridays and Saturdays (excluding PH & eve of PH) and cannot be used in conjunction with other deals, promotions, or discounts. Reservations are required, so plan ahead!
Time to satisfy those Korean BBQ cravings ASAP — reservations can be made here.
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