The Boneless Kitchen

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 10 reviews )

1 Irving Place Unit 01-31, The Commerze at Irving, East Singapore, Singapore, 369546

无骨厨房 is the first Korean vegetarian restaurant in Singapore, opened here in July 2015. On the menu are a variety of beoseot, jeongol, and jjigae. Last order 8:30pm. Open Tue-Sun 12:00pm-9:00pm. Closed Mon.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Take-out, Korean

10 Reviews

First Review by sophiagoh

Jjyangmyeon wasn’t to my liking > - Edit

The portion was too huge for one person & the bean paste got quite sickening after a while >

Cons: Not to my taste, Portion size is too big

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one of the only Korean veg places - Edit

The pioneer Korean veg place in Singapore, boneless kitchen serves very, very classic Korean dishes. We ordered the dolsot bibimbap (with soy sauce), which tasted slightly bland and I suppose would’ve been better if we got some chilli sauce instead, and japchae. The japchae was amazing - Super flavourful. The appetisers were also pretty interesting, with crunchy and refreshing slightly pickled cucumber and kimchi radish instead of cabbage.

Pros: flavourful sides, japchae, healthy

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Best Korean Vegetarian at Tai Seng! - Edit

Best Korean Vegetarian at Tai Seng!

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Vegan-friendly eatery, perfect for gatherings - Edit

Dishes we tried:
• Army Stew (no cheese)
Not a fan of baked beans in stews, but thank goodness the Kimchi was able to cover up the tomato sauce flavour. Nothing special about the mocked meats, just that it adds flavour to the soup. Not very spicy despite how red it looks

• Kimchi Fried Rice (no egg)
One of my favourites from the menu. The fresh cut veggies goes well with the greasy fried rice. Not really spicy.

• Vegetable Pancake
I kept forgetting there’s potato slices in this. I’m not sure if this is really allium-free ‘cause there was something in this that smells and taste like spring onions. Goes well with the sauce.

• Spicy Rice Cakes
The spice just hits you like ‘bang!’ ‘Cause I wasn’t expecting it to be very spicy! Very chewy.

• Bean Paste Noodles
My other favourite on the menu. Bouncy noodles and savoury bean sauce, although sweeter compared to Chinese style bean paste noodles.

Do remember to make a reservation before coming down. We waited 20 minutes for our table and there was a line outside.

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choice of vegetarian - Edit

Ambient is good and foods is tasty.

Pros: different type of vegetarian option

Cons: price is resonable

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Worth eating - Edit

Simple yet tasty😋

Pros: Good choice for vegetarians eater, convenient

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Delicious! Delicious! Mashida! - Edit

The fact that it’s all meatless just blows my mind away!

Ordered Army Stew, Kimbap and Odeng Bokkeum. All are amazingly nice and we just couldn't believe that it is vegetarian!

It's even better than the Korean food in Korea.
Very affordable too. Will definitely be back for more!

Pros: Amazingly delicious, Pocket Friendly

Cons: Limited seating capacity

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Avoid during peak hours - Edit

The food here is pretty good, but the service is lacking. During peak hours, I waited in line for forty minutes with a couple dozen others while four tables went un-bussed or unused. Entrees are mostly S$9-12, and Banchan costs extra.

Pros: Good food

Cons: Poor service

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lousy - Edit

Poor food and service.

Ordered jajangmyun $12 and it was basically just noodles and potatoes - all carb - with some slivers of cucumber and two dime-sized bites of mushroom only! only gave one accompanying side dish of bean sprouts instead of usual spread at normal Korean restaurants. They said one order, so only get one side dish.

I asked for some chilli powder as needed to beef up taste and she came out with soya sauce and cut red chilli, Chinese style. When I said I had asked for chilli powder, she said they don't have! But later, waitress came back with some. (Good ambience though)

So went to this Korean place and basically didn't even get kimchi

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Delicious Affordable Korean Food - Edit

The boneless kitchen is a vegetarian Korean restaurant that's almost entirely vegan. It's the only establishment I know of in Singapore that specializes in Korean vegan food! I've visited them twice now and I really enjoyed the meal both times.

They're conveniently located near Taiseng MRT on the circle line. Food here ends up being around $10-$15 per person depending on your appetite. Serving sizes are pretty generous so if you share you'll probably pay around $10 for a main dish and some side dishes.

The first time I was here I ordered the bibimbap because it seemed like a really healthy option. I didn't expect it to be THAT good. Oh but it was. The bibimbap arrived sizzling in a hot stone pot with seaweed, sesame, and a nice dollop of gochujang (Korean hot pepper paste) on top. I really love how crispy the rice got at the bottom! Overall this is one of my favourite dishes from The Boneless Kitchen.

Another highly recommended dish is the kimchi fried rice! It came with mock pieces of ham, fresh veggies and seaweed. The 'wok hei' flavour was quite prominent, a sign of an excellent fried rice! Wok Hei is a unique flavour that is created when stir-frying in a wok over very high heat. The kimchi stew with ramen noodles was really yummy too! It was served with tofu, enoki mushrooms, and other kinds of veggies.

Don't get the kimchi dumplings or pancakes... you can't really taste kimchi in them.

Overall I do recommend visiting The Boneless Kitchen not only because they're the only vegetarian Korean place here but also because of the really cozy environment (you can sit on the floor! on fruit cushions!), affordable prices, generous serving size and the fact that they've managed to create vegan versions of classic korean dishes without a heavy reliance on fake meats. Also they've clearly labelled on the menu what isn't vegan which is super convenient :-)

Pros: Non vegan dishes labelled, Cozy environment, Near mrt

Cons: Side dishes

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