Two Hana Goes Halal! Treat Your Tummy To These 9 Korean-Meets-West Items On Their Menu!

By R W | 12, Nov, 2018

Have you heard? There is a new Korean-meets-West restaurant in the newly renovated Century Square—and it’s HALAL! It is Two Hana and they recently became halal certified so everyone can now enjoy their unique dishes!

Apart from its delicious food, Two Hana's strong social message is another great reason to dine at this establishment. Their tagline, 'The Power of Inclusivity' champions their vision to bring people from all walks of life together.

So the next time you’re wondering where to dine with your loved ones, friends, and even colleagues, think Two Hana! Here are some tasty items that await you during your visit!

Address: Century Square, #01-21, 2 Tampines Central 5, 529509
Contact: 6260 4321
Operating Hours: 9AM - 10.30PM (Weekdays)
                                8AM- 10.30PM (Weekends)
Website: TwoHana

Singaporean Delight & Hasnah

1. Two Hana Drumlets

Classic appetizers with a quirky twist—these item is a combination of honey butter and yangnyeom drumlets. They are served with popcorn, almonds, and spring onions.

This serving is served in fours, two of each flavor, so you can experience the best of both worlds. Do try the almonds and popcorns as you munch on the drumlets for a more heavenly experience.

You might be taken aback by the presence of popcorns alongside the drumlets at first. However, once you try them together you will agree that they are indeed a perfect match.

Price: $9/4pcs

2. Kimchi Mac and Cheese

You simply cannot dine here without trying their unique Korean and Western fusion of the much-loved comfort food: mac and cheese!

This classic macaroni and mozzarella cheese combo is mixed with diced kimchi bits, then coated in panko breadcrumbs before they are deep-fried to perfection.

The breadcrumbs add crunch to the mac and cheese and the kimchi bits give it a Korean twist. This one-of-a-kind snack is definitely a must-try!

Price: $9/5pcs

3. Korean Cauliflower Fritters 

Remember Two Hana’s vision of inclusivity? For your vegetarian friends, there’s this delicious dish to whet their appetite. The Korean cauliflower fritters is a vegetarian dish made with fresh cauliflower that is coated with tempura batter then deep-fried.

For garnish, they are coated with inspired dakgangjeong sauce and sprinkled with sesame seeds and spring onions before serving.

This dish is also suitable for those who are not a fan of vegetables as the taste of the cauliflower is not strong at all and its texture resembles a fried fillet.

Price: $8/6-8pcs

4. Korean Seafood Cioppino 

Time for the mains! If you love seafood, then you will definitely love this one. This medley of mussels, clams, and prawns are stewed in tomato cream based, then served with some vegetables.

The mushrooms, carrots and zuchinni are only sauteed and deglazed with prawn stock and tomato puree once you order so the dish will always taste fresh.

This dish is akin to western tomato soup albeit elevated with umami and the sweetness of fresh seafood. Choose from either soft rolls filled with kimchi and cheese or a whole tube of tofu.

Price: $12

5. Striploin Bap 

For meat lovers, this one is for you! Fragrant kimgarou rice with medium rare striploin slices bring out the distinct taste of the ‘banchans’. Apart from korean and western, this dish actually has a familiar local flavor to it as well. 

The striploin slices are so soft that you don't even need a knife to enjoy this meal. The softness of the meat will be more noticeable once you realise how easy it is to chew it down. 

The 63 degree poached egg helps to bind all the ingredients together and adds a depth of flavour. For an even more flavorful bite, mix the egg yolk with all the other ingredients before you start digging in.

Price: $15.50

6. Haebi Seaweed Prawn Aglio Olio 

This cuisine gives a korean twist to the western Linguine Pasta Prawn Aglio Olio. For this version, the pasta is sautéed with home-made haebi oil and topped with seaweed spring onions and haebi.

However, the primary ingredients such as fresh prawns, garlic and chilli flakes are still used to maintain it's original western influence. Instead of regular chilli flakes, Two Hana uses Korean chilli flakes to create this gem.

They are also very generous with the fresh prawns that come with this meal so you will definitely have a satisfied, full stomach once you are done.

Price: $13

7. Iced Matcha Latte ($6)

For beverages, you might want to enjoy this refreshing and indulgent drink. Matcha is mixed with meiji full cream milk and blended with ice.

Topped with whipped cream, rice crispies and fish bungeoppang, this drink is definitely a quirky spin on the classic Matcha latte.

Price: $6

8. Coffee 

You might also want to indulge in a nice cup of coffee made with Carmelo blend from Allpress. This exudes full body flavour with chocolate notes.

Price: $5

9. Apple Caramel Waffles with Doenjang Caramel Ice Cream 

End your meal with something sweet to share. These waffles are served with Doenjang Caramel Ice Cream, stewed apples, fresh apples, and seaweed fritters. 

Popular in Korea, 'Doenjang' Ice cream is made from fermented soybean paste. Having it with caramel waffles will give you sweet savoury goodness.

Do you love to eat ice-cream with its cone? Then you will love the seaweed fritters. The crunchiness and sweetness of the seaweed fritters goes very well with the ice-cream waffles.

Price: $9

There you have it! 9 Two Hana Items that you can choose from on your next visit here. Are you ready for a fusion-filled gastronomic experience?

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