Baked Mangalitsa Kimchi Rice - Joo BarBaked Mangalitsa Kimchi Rice from Joo Bar – grilled Mangalitsa belly, chopped house-made kimchi, onion, mozzarella, pecorino, parmesan, bechamel sauce. It smothers you, douses you and beats you over the head with the fragrance-inclined tail of its cheesetastic agenda, but fan or not of cheese, it’s unequivocally the best pick from the lunch menu – the sweet and spicy kimchi aspect is pretty legit with the cabbage bits providing a toothy crunch factor, and the Mangalitsa belly, despite staying relatively grey in the sea of red, always remains on the right side of fatty bom bom. 3.8/5

This was a hosted meal, courtesy of Joo Bar.


Joo Bar
5 Tan Quee Lan Street
Singapore 188094

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