Singapore Korean Restaurants

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Sarang has been a resident at orchard Central for the past year and we would like to thank you all for your support! In the past year, we have seen many K-Pop stars walk through our doors and dined at Sarang.

We hope that as the last quarter of the world starts winding down to the new year that we will continue to give you good food, great music and a wonderful experience at Sarang.

Sarang Hamnida!

Additional Info

  • Address: 181 Orchard Central, #07-01, Orchard Central, Singapore 238896
  • Phone: +65 6773 1322
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