KBB is directly underneath the second branch of Tim Ho Wan in Toa Payoh ERA Centre!
And no, we didn’t go for dim sum because it was the second day of its soft launch, so it wasn’t exactly opened to public yet 😛
The buffet spread consists of raw beef, chicken and pork slices/belly marinated in different ways, as well as veggies, including kimchi, for both BBQ-ing and mini steamboat. There was also a small section of cooked food which we didn’t try…. saw some fried rice cakes, glass noodles, potato salad and white rice. While the ingredients for steamboat lacked variety, the meat ingredients were actually pretty decent! There were also free flow of plain water, Korea tea and lemon barley.
The waitress helped us cooked the first batch of meat when the restaurant was still quite empty. The servers were polite and helpful in general, making it a pleasant experience.