On a weekday, if I am around in Singapore on Monday, I always make the quick walk out to the Korean restaurant, Doong-Ji around the corner on East Coast Road to have some Korean food. At SG8.90 for a set lunch, it is a nice meal to have. It also gives me some time to eat and reflect of the past week.
The walls are well decorated with poetry. Doong Ji is a cosy restaurant.
A weekday find this place rather quiet at times, hence the weekday set lunch promotion.
Served with your meal, are an assortment of 6 banchan.
This soup is best enjoyed hot.
For this week, I decided to be adventurous and tried the kimchi fried rice.
The rice was a bit on the oily side. The kimchi flavour is light and the blend of kimchi, rice and the frying oil made this a decent meal.
Weirdly enough, this kimchi fried rice was served with another serving of rice. I guess it is part of the set.
This is a nice touch. The staff will bring you 2 slices of oranges when you ask for your bill.
There is an additional 10% service charge which will make the meal cost SG9.80
I walked back around the corner and headed home.