Ziggle Kitchen is a late-night Korean-Chinese fusion restaurant serving jjajangmyeon, tangsuyuk, rose pasta & more in Beauty World

by Christabel Tan

Korean-Chinese cuisine has become really, really popular in recent years — you’re probably sick of hearing the word jjajangmyeon by now.

Jumping on the bandwagon and making its first foray into Beauty World (a hotspot for authentic Korean food in the west) is Ziggle Kitchen, a fusion-style restaurant and draft beer bar that may just become your newest hangout spot.

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Tucked away at Yuk Tong Avenue, just a short distance from Exit B of Beauty World MRT station, the restaurant, with its modern industrial-inspired decor, sleek metallic black accents, and eye-catching neon signs, oozes “fun” and “trendy” vibes. Pretty fitting, given that it opens till 12am most days.

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The menu is split into different categories — Charcoal Chicken, Korean Cuisine, Chinese Cuisine, and Snacks — alongside an extensive selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, ranging from soju to Chinese spirits.

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Go for the crowd favourite Jjajang Noodle (S$13), featuring diced pork belly, chopped onions, and chewy noodles coated in a luscious black bean sauce. Naturally, you’d want to pair it with tangsuyuk, or Sweet & Sour Fried Pork (S$28) — crispy fried pork with sweet and sour sauce served on the side.

Complete the trio of “iconic Korean-Chinese fare” with the comforting Jjampong Noodle (S$17), brimming with seafood like squid, prawns, mussels, and clams.

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Dishes here aren’t the most wallet-friendly, so you’re better off visiting in a group and ordering one of the Combo Sets.

Combo Set A (S$50) comprises full-sized portions of the Jjajang Noodles, Jjampong Noodles, and Sweet & Sour Pork, while Combo Set B (S$58) switches out the Sweet & Sour Pork for Fried Chilli Chicken (U.P. S$35).

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Otherwise, go for the Ziggle Chicken (S$38), charcoal-roasted chicken and rice cakes in a fiery sauce, or the indulgent Rose Pasta Chicken (S$42), a cheese lover’s dream come true.

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You can also find snacks like Dried Filefish (S$16), Dried Pollak (S$18), and Fried Dumplings (S$12), best enjoyed alongside an ice-cold Erdinger (S$14), Guinness (S$16), or Highball (S$13) in flavours like Earl Grey or Lemon.

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All things considered, Ziggle Kitchen is a chill, not-too-crowded (yet) spot to hang out with your friends over hearty Korean-Chinese fare and draft beers.

Ziggle Kitchen
Instagram | Website
????9 Yuk Tong Ave, Singapore 596314
???? 6pm–12am (Wed to Mon ) 5pm–10.30pm (Sun), Closed on Tue

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