Korean BBQ buffet lovers used to gather at the Tanjong Pagar precinct, until more and more similar concepts start sprouting across Singapore in sync with the growing demands. Those that emerge just to earn a quick buck will see a decline in business in due time because diners are unlikely to patronise restaurants that short-change in quality. Hansik Korean Family Restaurant is one of the few Korean restaurants that will last the test of time, not only because it is run by Korean descendants (the Choi family) with lots of passion in food, but also because they strive to keep the prices affordable without compromising on quality. They have an a la carte menu offering a myriad of traditional Korean dishes such as Bulgogi, Ginseng Chicken Soup, Bibimbap, Korean pancake and more, but most enticing is the BBQ buffet that we are all fanatical about, priced at just $16++ for lunch and $22++ (additional $3 for weekends/PH) for dinner. Seniors get to enjoy special rates of $15++ for lunch and $20++ for dinner, while 1 student dines free with every 3 paying students.