10 Best Jjajangmyeon in Singapore for a Comfort Meal [2021]

Ever watched a Korean drama and you see the actors messily slurping up the dark sauced and glistening noodles, well mixed with chopsticks and of course topped off with yellow radish?

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Ever watched a Korean drama and you see the actors messily slurping up the dark sauced and glistening noodles, well mixed with chopsticks and of course topped off with yellow radish?

Yes, that is Jjajangmyeon, Korean black bean noodles that have captured the hearts of Koreans and many Singaporeans alike! Here are our top Jjajangmyeon in Singapore picks for you to satisfy your cravings!

1. O.BBa Jjajang

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Type of InformationDetails
Websitehttps://m.facebook.com/obbajjajang/
ContactTel:
6221 8254
Address77 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088498
PriceS$12++
Opening HoursMon – Sun:
11.30am – 4pm
5pm – 11pm

Tue:
Closed
Online Reviews1499 GrabFood reviews (Average rating: 4.6/5)
906 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.3/5)

Talk about Jjajangmyeon, one can’t certainly miss out O.BBa Jjajang! Be greeted by the snaking long queues, which are a testament to how well-loved the food is by customers.

This Korean Chinese restaurant’s specialty is their black soybean sauce noodles with generous servings of pork and diced onions! Be sure to reach early if you want to avoid the queues!

2. Ssak3

Jjajangmyeon Singapore - Ssak3
Type of InformationDetails
Websitehttp://ssak3brasbasah.com/
ContactTel:
6336 4476
Address231 Bain Street #02-01 Singapore 180231
PriceS$12++
Opening HoursMon – Sun:
11.30am – 2.30pm
5pm – 10.30pm
Online Reviews38 Facebook reviews (Average rating: 4.6/5)
184 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.3/5)

SSAK3 is conveniently situated in Bras Basah Complex and is more known for its KBBQ offerings. However, we chose them as one of our top Jjajangmyeon in Singapore picks as their Jjajangmyeon really packs a punch.

The springy noodles slathered with their signature handmade black bean sauce gives an experience akin to that of dining in Korea and bringing back those K Drama memories! Before we can start travelling to Korea again, I guess this works for now!

3. Itaewon Jjajang

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Type of InformationDetails
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/itaewonjjajang/
ContactTel:
6223 1600
Address64 Peck Seah Street,
Singapore 079325
PriceS$12++
Opening HoursTue – Sun:
11.30am – 2.30pm
5pm – 10pm

Mon:
Closed
Online Reviews144 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.5/5)

Looking at their Jjajangmyeon already had me wishing i could have a bowl all to myself now! Itaewon Jjajang is a Korean Chinese casual dining concept restaurant for you to get your Korean cravings fixed.

Their set meals are super worth it, with a Tangsuyuk (Korean sweet and sour pork), Jjajangmyeon and Jjamppong all for S$45. Not many Korean restaurants have a mixed offering of Chinese food too so add this place to your list for the next Jjajangmyeon Singapore pick!

4. Daebak Korean Restaurant

Jjajangmyeon Singapore - Daebak Korean Restaurant
Type of InformationDetails
Websitehttps://daebaksg.oddle.me/en_SG
Address8 Wilkie Road, Wilkie Edge, #01-18,
Singapore, 228095
PriceS$10.70++
Opening HoursMon – Sun:
11am – 9pm
Online Reviews103 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.5/5)

Daebak Korean Restaurant serves up a wide variety of classic Korean favourites and is conveniently located in town area. One might think that given its central location, prices would be on the heftier side but that is not the case.

Prices are pretty wallet friendly and they have islandwide delivery and pick up available. Furthermore, enjoy free Chilsung Cider with min $50 spend!

5. Hanwoori Korean Restaurant

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Type of InformationDetails
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/hanwoorisg/
ContactTel:
6283 6339
Address76, Serangoon Garden Way
Singapore 555972
PriceS$18++
Opening HoursTue – Sat:
11.30am – 2pm
5.30pm – 9.30pm

Sun:
5.30pm – 9.30pm

Tue:
Closed
Online Reviews171 Facebook reviews (Average rating: 4.7/5)
394 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.1/5)

Authentic Korean fare – Hanwoori is a humble establishment located in the heart of Serangoon Gardens, serving pork black bean noodles amidst many other Korean delicacies.

Though their Jjajangmyeon is slightly on the pricier side, starting for S$18, it actually includes 10 free side dishes along in the meal.

6. Ajumma Korean Restaurant

Jjajangmyeon Singapore - Ajumma Korean Restaurant
Type of InformationDetails
Websitehttps://www.ajummassg.com/
ContactFunan:
8798 2305

Bukit Panjang:
9780 3772
AddressFunan:
107 North Bridge Road, #B1-31
Singapore 179105

Bukit Panjang Plaza: 1 Jelebu Road, #03-10A
Singapore 677743
PriceS$11.90++
Opening HoursTue – Sun:
11.30am – 9.30pm

Mon:
11am – 9pm
Online Reviews860 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.3/5)

Many a times when I pass by Ajumma’s at Funan, the snaking long queue of people all lined up (socially distanced of course) against the glass panels is a sight that always greets me. Ajumma is the Korean equivalent of granny that serves up hearty food from Korean streets and markets.

The wide variety of street food options from Ajumma’s Jjajangmyeon to Chapssal Red Bean Donuts earns it a spot in best Jjajangmyeon in Singapore. Their mains are also paired with side dishes to complete the Korean market dining experience!

7. Manna

Jjajangmyeon Singapore - Manna Korea
Type of InformationDetails
Websitehttps://www.mannakorea.com/
ContactTel:
6227 7425
Address10 Eunos Road 8, Singapore 408600, #02-138/139
PriceS$11.80++
Opening HoursMon – Sun:
11am – 10pm
Online Reviews47 Tripadvisor reviews (Average rating: 4/5)

With multiple outlets island wide, it makes it even easier to satisfy your Jjajangmyeon cravings with Manna’s blackbean sauced noodles topped off with pork and vegetables.

Their menu items are pretty affordably priced and their Jjajangmyeon which starts from S$11.80 is on the cheaper end of Jjajangmyeon prices in Singapore.

Did you also know that Manna has over 20 years of history in Singapore, making them one of the pioneers in Korean dining? They frequently run promotions so do check out their promotion list!

8. Todamgol

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Type of InformationDetails
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/todamgol.sg/
ContactTel:
6224 7077
Address31 Tanjong Pagar Road
PriceS$12++
Opening HoursMon – Sun:
11.30am – 3pm
5.30pm – 11pm
Online Reviews243 Quandoo reviews (Average rating: 4.8/6)

If you’re in search for an “authentic” Korean restaurant, look no further than Todamgol which is a family-owned and operated Korean restaurant bringing to you the Korean culture.

The exterior and interior design gives off a homely feeling, bringing you a little closer to “being in Korea”. Their Jjajangmyeon starts from S$12, so do give them a try today!

9. Jinjja Chicken

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Type of InformationDetails
Websitehttps://www.jinjjachicken.com/
AddressMultiple outlets
PriceS$17.90++
Opening HoursCheck exact hours of each outlet
Online Reviews920 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.3/5)

The Jinjjachicken concept is one of that of a casual fast food restaurant concept, most well known for their fried chicken and Jjajangmyeon.

If you are looking to dine in a more casual setting and get quality Korean fried chicken, Jinjjachicken may just be where you’re looking for. We also like them for their accessibility with outlets all around the island for you to get your Jjajangmyeon fix!

10. Noodle Star K

Jjajangmyeon Singapore - Noodle Star K
Type of InformationDetails
Websitehttps://noodlestark.com/
ContactTel:
6224 6061
Address58 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088479
PriceS$12++
Opening HoursMon – Sun:
11.30am – 3.30pm
5.30pm – 9.30pm
Online Reviews190 Google reviews (Average rating: 4.3/5)

One of the must visit Korean restaurants if you’re in the Tanjong Pagar area is definitely Noodle Star K which has multiple must try when you visit such as the likes of the Gogi Mandu, Chik Naengmyeon and the Jjajangmyeon.

When they newly opened their doors, I had the opportunity to try their both their Jjajangmyeon and cold noodles. I particularly took a fancy for the Jjajangmyeon as it wasn’t too salty and the noodles were a right level of springiness. Definitely worthy of a spot in the best Jjajangmyeon in Singapore picks!

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