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Seoul Garden Singapore No Longer Has Unlimited Buffet, Moves To An All-New A La Carte Menu

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Faruq Senin  •  Aug 23, 2021

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Seoul Garden has always been one of the go-to spots for halal Korean grill in Singapore. With a variety of juicy marinated meats and an all-you-can-eat buffet over the past 3 decades, it's the perfect place to have a meal with your loved ones. But just last week, the chain announced that it will be transforming from its buffet concept to an all-new ala carte menu. If you're planning to dine in at Seoul Garden, here's what you need to know and what you can expect from its new menu.

Seoul Garden Singapore moves to an a la carte menu

Challenges due to Covid-19

Seoul Garden started its all-new a la carte menu on 19 August 2021. In a media release, the chain said that they have taken the bold step due to challenges faced in the F&B industry in the past 18 months due to the pandemic. The decision was also due to considerations such as safe management measures (SMMs) and the evolving Covid-19 situation.
Credit: Seoul Garden on Facebook

Doing its part for the environment and being more sustainable

 Besides Covid-19, Seoul Garden is also joining the effort to reduce and eventually eradicate food waste in the world and in Singapore. The chain said that buffet dining does not resonate with the ethical, environmental and social concerns of a growing group of socially conscious diners. Hence, by going ala carte, it'll be a more sustainable way for Seoul Garden to achieve zero food waste in the long run. 
Credit: Seoul Garden on Facebook

What to look forward to on Seoul Garden's new menu

Even though their service is now ala carte, Seoul Garden has assured customers that their reputation as a dining experience and gathering spot for friends and family will not change. There's plenty to look forward to on their ala carte menu too!

Premium Grill Bundle ($65 for 2 pax, $120 for 4 pax)

Highlights:
  • Wagyu Marushin (sirloin tip) | Marbling score: 6
  • Wagyu Karubi (brisket) | Marbling score: 5
  • Huchu Beef
  • Spicy Bulgogi Chicken Chop
  • Mala Kimchi Chicken Chop
  • Salmon Fillet
  • Tiger Prawn

Supreme Grill Bundle ($80 for 2 pax, $140 for 4 pax)

Highlights:
  • Wagyu Rostbiff (rump) | Marbling score: 7
  • Wagyu Karubi (brisket) | Marbling score: 5
  • Huchu Beef
  • Spicy Bulgogi Chicken Chop
  • Deliyakki Chicken Chop
  • Salmon Sashimi
  • Tiger Prawn
  • Canadian Bay Scallop

 Regular Grill Bundle ($50 for 2 pax, $100 for 4 pax) 

Highlights:
  • Wagyu Nakaniku (eye round) | Marbling score: 5
  • US Beef Chuck Eye Roll
  • Huchu Beef
  • Bulgogi Lamb Shoulder
  • Spicy Bulgogi Chicken Chop
  • Deliyakki Chicken Chop
  • Salmon Fillet
Besides the 3 grill sets, you can also opt for a Healthy Hearty Grill Bundle, a Premium Kalbi Set, sampling platters and more. There are cuts of meat like Wagyu picanha, zabuton, lamb rack and US prime sirloin too. Not to mention that you'll be able to enjoy other items like bibimbap, pasta, Korean juk (porridge) and other Korean delicacies. Find out more about their new menu here. So, what do you think of Seoul Garden's move to an ala carte menu? Let us know in the comments section! Check out these other articles too: