Enjoyed some Korean BBQ at Chijmes near Raffles Hotel, a gothic chapel which was originally used as a catholic convent, but is now a hall, art gallery and focal point of the dining and entertainment complex in the vicinity.
It was nice to enjoy some authentic Korean food which was the closest I'd come to experience since my trip tere in 2009. Order a couple of things on the menu to BBQ yourself at the table, and copious side dishes ranging from the bland to eye-wateringly spicy
varieties of kimchi are soon crowding the table.
We washed this all down with some Makkoli (Korea rice wine) and a relaxing glass of Chardonnay looking out to the chapel.