Hankook Rice Cake House is proud to present and introduce to you authentic Korean rice cakes, also known as 'tteok'(or 'duk'), which has been in Korean history for centuries. Rice cakes are made by steaming or boiling of sweet rice powder with the addition of different ingredients such as pumpkin, red bean paste, soy bean powder and more. They are an important part of holiday meals and are served at important ceremonies such as a baby's first birthday, weddings, and also appear on the tables prepared for ancestral memorial rites. However now they can be introduced to parties, celebrations or simply eaten as a snack! The most popular variety amongst children and adults alike is the colourful gulduk which are round, lantern-shaped duk filled with sweet sesame oil and sugar, guaranteed to fill your mouth with a perk-me-up sensation in every biteful. Our cakes have no butter, milk or eggs in them, and are made of 100% natural ingredients. So visit us today and sample some authentic Korean duk!
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The right place to get ultimate Korean snacks
Hankook Rice Cake House is a stand alone stall in the middle of Square 2 shopping mall. The most famous Korean food that you should try is the Korean rice cake. I love them as there is so much rice cakes in the bowl and the sauce is really generous. Everytime I come to purchase them, the seller always give me new bowls of rice cakes, which is freshly made. Each bowl of rice cakes costs about $3.
Aside from the rice cakes, the stall also offers all time favourite Korean Kimchi. The vegetables and the sauce are fresh and each bowl costs around $3 as well.
Other Korean Snacks are also available, such as the flour cakes. Unfortunately, I have never tried anything else but the rice cake and Kimchi. Not only the food is great, but the lady who is selling is also friendly. Just for your information, she is a native Korean so rest assured that the food that she makes tastes originally Korean.
I would definitely recommend this stall to Korean food lovers. There might not be a wide variety to offer, but their Rice Cakes and Kimchi are a 'must-try'.
Usually they are displayed on the counter, but if there is not much left, don't hesitate to ask if they have newer ones. Sometimes, when the stock is running out, the seller would make more in advance.