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Yoogane

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Yoogane prides itself as one of the best Chicken Galbi Restaurants in Korea, achieving tremendous success in making Chicken Galbi more tasteful and improving with unique blend of sauces and seasoning that we have developed using top and fresh ingredients. 

Daily: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 63377337
$27 based on 20 submissions
After Work (8 votes), Ala Carte (4 votes), Children/Family (4 votes)
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Yoogane

Despite the long queue for Yoogane during mealtimes, overall it was such a pleasant experience dining at Yoogane and I"ll definitely come back for more!
Dined with 3 other friends with me last week and we ordered the Chicken Galbi Fried rice and naengmyeon. Staffs were very efficient and performed on-the-table cooking for us. There were freeflow kimchi at the salad bar counter as well and it's one of the few restaurants i know that provides free phone charging services.

Overall a pleasant experience and i would highly reccomend my friends to try it.

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• 05 Apr 2015 • 29 reviews • 0 follower

Not bad but also not cheap

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I decided to try out this place because there wasn't any queue on weekday lunch time. In fact, I thought it was not easy to serve bad galbi cause it was quite easy to cook except that marination was an important process.

Interior - Simple, obviously its target customers were the youngsters.

Food - We tried the seafood galbi, and I did not have much comment. I thought it was just normal with some areas to be improved. For example, the meat was not well marinated and the side dishes were uninteresting as compared to other Korean restaurants. Usually korean restaurants served a wide varieties of side dishes. The seafood was quite fresh but portion was small. Not enough for two.

I tried a lot of restaurants in Korea that served traditional galbi -- usually the cost of the galbi would have included ramen and rice (to be cooked on the empty pan after we finished eating the galbi) but then this restaurant already charged the galbi at such high price, they should have included the ramen and rice as a package.

Service - The staff were young, friendly and helpful, they helped us to cook the galbi even though I wanted to do it myself. What's more, they provided hp charging service!

Overall, I felt that the galbi was normal, nothing super fantastic and food portions were small, but it could be they wanted us to order other dishes. I would be back, to try out other dishes but definitely would not queue for it.
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• 08 Mar 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

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Despite the long queue for Yoogane during mealtimes, overall it was such a pleasant experience dining at Yoogane and I"ll definitely come back for more!
Dined with 3 other friends with me last week and we ordered the Chicken Galbi Fried rice and naengmyeon. Staffs were very efficient and performed on-the-table cooking for us. There were freeflow kimchi at the salad bar counter as well and it's one of the few restaurants i know that provides free phone charging services.

Overall a pleasant experience and i would highly reccomend my friends to try it.

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• 11 Feb 2015 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Great for party of 4

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Went with 3 other friends to Yoogane. Love the service staff there for their attentiveness and also the speed of their service. Our food is served in five minutes, Seafood and Chicken Galbi, with 2 servings of ramen. The Korean Seafood Pancake took a while to come but the taste was so amazing! I'm not a big kimchi fan but my friends love it and they were thankful for the free flow kimchi at Yoogane. I love the strawberry sauce for the cabbage.

The food might be pricey, but I think with 4 people, it's acceptable. We paid about $25 per person. We are happily full when we finish the meal. Love how they have the charging for our cellphones as well! The best thing is that they don't really chase us after we finish our food, so we can actually sit around for a while to enjoy and talk. 
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