Goki Day

Goki Day
19 Teck Chye Terrace

Affordable, Value-For-Money Korean BBQ Buffet

(Ratings: On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 = Worst and 10 = Best)
Overall: 8
Ambience & Setting: 8
Food & Beverage: 7
Service: 7
Value for Money: 8
Spent about $25 per person.


Visited Goki Day twice, once over the Chinese New Year for a reunion dinner, and once with her. 

Goki Day is a Korean BBQ Buffet that was opened in December 2011, by a Korean lady. The decor is simple and clean, and service is passable, as it is self-service. However, they will demonstrate how to cook upon request, and explain how to prepare the grill. 

The selection of meats and sides at Goki Day is relatively good, though not extensive. I particularly like the Beef Rib, Pork Collar Chops and the Chicken Bulgogi. I find that quenching my thirst with the sliced Watermelon is also pretty refreshing, and balances the heavy meats.

The pre-cooked food at Goki Day however, isn't that great. Skip it, and go straight for those DIY grilled food.


Buffet Spread 01

Buffet Spread 02



Update Dec-2012: It's been about 1 year since my last visit to Goki Day, and I'm glad they're still going strong. There isn't much change to the buffet spread, which shows they have a strong selection available. Service is as good as ever, though the drinks menu has become more extensive. Prices have also remained somewhat constant.

Goki Day is still a good choice for Korean BBQ (Barbecue) especially if you're around the area.

Goki Day Entrance

Grill Again

Ginseng Chicken Soup

Meat Selection 01

Meat Selection 02

Seafood And Others Selection

Vegetable Selection

Dipping Sauces

Prices 2012