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BADAM – Discover the Authentic Korean Sashimi & Seafood in Singapore!


Korean Sashimi Meal

If you’re a seafood lover who’s craving for authentic taste of Korea sashimi/seafood, do make your way to Badam restaurant! For the past 5 years, Badam has been serving culinary delights in Tanjong Pagar’s Korean district.

In our conversation, the boss of Badam mentioned that the seafood is imported directly from Korea every week just to ensure the freshest sashimi for their customers.

Badam’s Set Meal Course is a signature highlight. In the same way as a Japanese Omakase meal, the set meal course offers a delicious array of side dishes. 
In addition, it includes a spicy seafood soup that uses the fish bones from your sashimi platter. (talk about sustainbility!)

안주 물회 & 소면[Cold Raw Seafood Soup with Noodle (Cold)] $80

One of our Korean friends introduced us to this absolute gem! This dish combines raw sashimi slices with crisp salad, all soaked in a cold seafood broth, and served alongside somen noodle. I love how sweet and sour the soup is and it definitely leaves you hankering for more! 

Fresh seafood delicacies such as sliced abalone, sea cucumber, octopus, shrimp, and sea squirts (also known as sea pineapple) are also included in the course set. The sea squirt stood out as a particularly unique and intriguing dish among these delicacies. It has a slimy texture and a bitter taste, which may not be everyone’s cup of tea.

Badam’s assorted sashimi selection is a delightful symphony of flavors and textures. Our set includes three distinct types of fish: Salmon, Flatfounder Fish (도다리), and Red Snapper (참돔).

Apart from the set course, my friend really wanted to try the famous ‘LIVE Octopus’, which wasn’t available on the day of our visit. In the end, we went for ‘Ganjang Gejang’, raw soy-marinated crabs that didn’t disappoint.

Sashimi can be eaten the traditional way by wrapping it up like a Ssam (wrap), or you can just eat it in its purest form by dipping it in soy sauce and wasabi or Chogochujang, a mix of gochujang and vinegar.

간장게장 (Soy Sauce Martinated Crab) $60

Unlike some soy sauce-marinated crabs, Badam’s isn’t too salty or fishy. The roe was pretty yummy and we appreciated the chef’s thoughtful touch of quartering which make it easier to enjoy every succulent bite of the crab.

It was a clear sign that our meal was ending when Maeuntang (매운탕) was being placed on the table. The fiery broth served as a flavorful cleanser, delivering a powerful punch of spiciness that warmed both body and soul.
For those who prefer a milder spice level, do let the friendly staff know so they can accommodate your spice preference.

While BADAM gives you a sneak peek into the seafood delights from Korea, it’s also the go-to spot if you’re hankering for some truly authentic Korean sashimi and seafood right here in Singapore!

And here’s the kicker: Not only do they have a fantastic 10% off Happy Hour Promotion on weekdays from 3 pm to 5 pm, but this September(2023), for every Sashimi course you order, you’ll also receive a complimentary bottle of Makgeolli (Korean Rice Wine)!

Don’t miss the chance on free drinks where you get to savor the authentic flavors of Korean seafood with your friends or your loved one at Badam Seafood!

Badam: Korean Sashimi & Seafood Restaurant
22 Tanjong Pagar Rd, Singapore 088445
Mon-Sat, 3pm-11pm, Last Order at 9.30pm


Had a great korean sashimi course dinner over @ Badam Korean Seafood. Boss say they are giving a bottle of FREE makgeolli for the month of September if you order the Set meal! Go go go #sgkoreanfood #koreanfoodinsg #koreanfood #sgfoodie #sgfyp🇸🇬 #싱가포르맛집 #싱가포르한식당 #싱가포르 #회 #sgfoodhunt

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