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Boss BarBQ

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#01-04 3C Clarke Quay River Valley Road Singapore 179022
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David Tan
Listing created by David Tan on February 27, 2013    

Boss BarBQ serves contemporary Korean food and is a well-known chain in Korea and KStar from Korea performs 6 days a week.

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Lunch: 12:00pm to 3:00pm Dinner: 6:00pm to 10:30pm Bar time: 10.30pm to 3:00am Daily


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(Updated: July 19, 2013)

Awesomely Named Drinks

If you're one of those kpop fans who have devoted at least a part of your life to the perpetuation of the Hallyu Wave, you'd totally love this place. Even though I'm pretty much retired from being a kpop fan, it wasn't hard deciding on this place the moment I saw that their drinks are named after korean bands! An absolutely smart way to bank on the super popular Hallyu Wave.

For one, their cocktails are named after korean bands such as TVXQ, Super Junior etc. And if that wasn't unique enough in itself, the colours of the cocktails are also made as such that they're also the same colours as the fanclubs! So it's red for the TVXQ Cassiopeia, yellow for Big Bang... you get the drift. This was totally awesome in my opinion and those friends of mine who love kpop as well have been putting this place on their 'to-go list' ever since then.

As this place is managed by a friendly Korean lady (you'd see her around usually, she has coiffed up hair and is usually all-smiles), expect the food to be authentic as well. Having traveled to Korea twice, I could tell that the ddeokbokki & barbecued chicken wings were decently Korean-like. The food there is considerably pricey though, a budae jiggae (meat & vegetable stew) alone will set you back by $38.00++. So, if you're in a small group, you might want to consider eating your mains elsewhere and heading there for just a drink & some sides instead.

Sometimes, dance groups are invited to perform Korean dance favourites for your viewing pleasure. On occasions when there're no dance performances, a huge screen at the front of the restaurant also plays MVs for your enjoyment.

Definitely a place I see myself coming back to in future, because I'm sure at least more than one of my kpop-lover friends would drag me there again sometime!

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