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Daily: 11:00 - 22:00

$27 based on 14 reviews

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. 

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dirtyeatdirtybig • 04 Oct 201416 reviews 0 followers

Hi foodies,

do check out our food blog if you want to know more about our experience at Yoogane (:
Just click on the link below (:
http://dirtyeatdirtybig.wordpress.com/2014/10/04/yoogane-bugis-junction/

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • After Work5 votes
  • Boys Night Out3 votes
  • Dinner3 votes
  • seafood pancake3 votes
  • Chicken and October Galbi ; fried rice galbiChicken and October Galbi ; fried rice galbi
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dirtyeatdirtybig • 04 Oct 201416 reviews 0 followers

Hi foodies,

do check out our food blog if you want to know more about our experience at Yoogane (:
Just click on the link below (:
http://dirtyeatdirtybig.wordpress.com/2014/10/04/yoogane-bugis-junction/

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Yong Ching Goh • 20 Sep 20141 reviews 0 followers

Passed by Yoogane one day and was tempted by the fragrance of their fried rice but queue was too long that day.
 Went back again yesterday and queue was short as we arrived before 6pm and managed to get our seats after 5 min.
 
 Ordered the chicken Galbi fried rice and a side order of ramyeon. Staff fried the chicken and rice in a huge flat plate at your table, you can't help but got really hungry...

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Victoria Lim • 19 Sep 201416 reviews 0 followers

We didn't get to rub shoulders with the #YGFamily artists (but @insingbuddy did), so the next best thing was to indulge in #Koreanfood. Our choice: Yoogane. We got the chicken galbi ($16.90 for a portion, minimum two) and added in ramyeon noodles ($3.90) for good measures. Our hearts (or tummies) were sold to their special fried rice (beef and seafood, $15.90). Stuffed with mozzarella cheese, each mouthful was a savoury nod to the (exciting) K-culture.

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