Tofu, Tofu, who loves home beancurd? You will love this restaurant which specialises in tofu making!!
SBCD Korean Tofu House upholds the kitchen philosophy of serving uplifting and complete meals.
At SBCD Korean Tofu House, you will feel complete after having a hearty comfortable taste of home during and after a typically busy day at work. Everything is made fresh daily using mature white soybeans through the process of boiling, curdling and pressing. The key focus is also nourishing one’s body and soul using homemade tofu and other fresh ingredients. Those of you who are health-conscious should definitely come over to taste their homely Korean tofu soup. Soybeans are known for their good source of protein, calcium and low in carb.
In the menu, you will see ‘Soontofu’ and the ‘soon’ actually describes the tofu as soft and silken all the tofu hand-made fresh daily. There are a total of 4 different levels of spiciness for the broth – mild, medium, spicy and crazy hot. Each soontofu soup is served with an egg and individually prepared in a rich, savoury broth along with generous portions of a variety of meat.
Spicy Abalone with Assorted Seafood Soontofu Soup
Finish up the abalone first before it hardens due to overcooking in the hotpot.
Assorted Soontofu Soup with Beef, Clams, Shrimps & Squid
Sesame Soontofu Soup
Sesame, Broccoli, Mushroom, Zucchini
We will like to recommend this non-spicy base as it is simply refreshing, healthier choice without the’ after green face effect’.
Side Dishes (Banchan)
Kimchi, Seaweed, Pickled Green Chilies & Spicy Squid Strips
Comes with every meal purchased
Unlike most other Korean restaurants, one of the unique offerings of SBCD Korean Tofu House lies in the banchan that include a whole fried croaker fish prepared to tender perfection.
A pleasure to have Carina Tan of BeautyBuzz to join in the dinner.
Makgoli | Cheers!
Quality meats on the go on top of your healthy soup are the way to go!! The standard of the ‘typical Korean hotplate in Singapore’ in SBCD Korean Tofu House amazed us.
L.A. Galbi | Spicy Baby Octopus
The grilled beef short ribs were well marinated and tender while the gochujang for the baby octopus were spicy and flavourful.
Spicy Grilled Chicken | Spicy BBQ Pork
The Classics, All good!!
Prawn Tofu Pancake
Don’t miss this tasty tofu pattie! Share it with your friends.
Another unique practice in SBCD Korean Tofu House that is uncommon in Singapore is the way the rice is served with every meal.
Each bowl of rice is served in a hot stone bowl and scooped out into a metal bowl. A thin crust of scorched rice, called nurungji, will remain in the hot stone bowl and corn tea will be added to the mixture and covered to retain the heat and to further cook the leftover rice. After the meal, the diner can enjoy a bowl of nurungji bap, which is a rice porridge dish that is not only nutritious but also aids in digestion as it concludes the meal.
Private Rooms Are Available
Now head down for a healthy lunch or dinner and especially if you will love to taste authentic quality Korean food at a reasonable price.
Address: 7 Wallich Street, Tanjong Pagar Centre #B1-01/02, Singapore 078884
Contact: +65 6386 6441 / Reservations can be made via Quandoo
Opening Hours: Daily 11.30am-10pm