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Your Woul Korean Restaurant

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Located at GoldHill Centre, Your Woul serves Korean Cuisine.

Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 17:30 - 22:30

+65 62510123
$26 based on 29 submissions
Dinner (11 votes), Lunch (9 votes), Children/Family (8 votes)
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One of my favourite dishes in Korea was dakgalbi, spicy stir-fied chicken (the English description do little justice to the dish, but it is simply that).

I found out from ieatishootipost that Your Woul serves dakgalbi so I headed down to Your Woul with a few of my friends just for their dakgalbi. Unfortunately, it wasn't the dakgalbi we know in the Korea. Instead of a simpel stir-fried dish on a large pan with chunks of chicken, rice cakes, cabbage and spicy sauce. This has carrots, onions and other kinds of vegetables in it. The most disappointing thing is that chicken was in miserable strips.

Nonetheless, the best part of the meal was when we decided to add rice to the pan after the gravy has simmered down to a thick sauce to the amusement of the Korean lady owner. She mentioned that this is the Korean way to eat it and happily help us stir fry the rice and thick gravy and even added seaweed for us. That last bit really brought us back to Korea.

The Sundubu Jjigae here is not bad but they have beef in it instead of white clams. Banchan was refillable and decent.

However, do be informed that Your Woul doesn't serve water, a bottle of mineral water of coke would cost you 3 SGD, so bring your own water!

Overall, the food is not bad here but its slightly pricey. THe sundubu jjigae cost 12.00+ SGD (with rice) and the dakgalbi cost 39.00+ SGD.

http://the4moose.blogspot.sg/2013/06/your-woul-korean-restaurant-reunion.html

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• 25 Jun 2013 • 130 reviews • 8 followers

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One of my favourite dishes in Korea was dakgalbi, spicy stir-fied chicken (the English description do little justice to the dish, but it is simply that).

I found out from ieatishootipost that Your Woul serves dakgalbi so I headed down to Your Woul with a few of my friends just for their dakgalbi. Unfortunately, it wasn't the dakgalbi we know in the Korea. Instead of a simpel stir-fried dish on a large pan with chunks of chicken, rice cakes, cabbage and spicy sauce. This has carrots, onions and other kinds of vegetables in it. The most disappointing thing is that chicken was in miserable strips.

Nonetheless, the best part of the meal was when we decided to add rice to the pan after the gravy has simmered down to a thick sauce to the amusement of the Korean lady owner. She mentioned that this is the Korean way to eat it and happily help us stir fry the rice and thick gravy and even added seaweed for us. That last bit really brought us back to Korea.

The Sundubu Jjigae here is not bad but they have beef in it instead of white clams. Banchan was refillable and decent.

However, do be informed that Your Woul doesn't serve water, a bottle of mineral water of coke would cost you 3 SGD, so bring your own water!

Overall, the food is not bad here but its slightly pricey. THe sundubu jjigae cost 12.00+ SGD (with rice) and the dakgalbi cost 39.00+ SGD.

http://the4moose.blogspot.sg/2013/06/your-woul-korean-restaurant-reunion.html
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  • Dakgalbi
• 26 Sep 2012 • 1 review • 1 follower

NEVER EAT HERE!

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DON'T EAT HERE!  I ordered the bbq ribs (LA galbi) and was told I had to order minimum two orders. I ordered 2 @ S$18/order for a total of $36++ (S$39.60 total). The portion they brought out was insultingly small and tasted awful. I questioned whether this was 2 orders as it didn't even look like 1 order. There was barely over 100 grams of meat. They insisted this was 2 orders. I asked how big 1 order is, and they refused to answer the question. I had to eat somewhere else afterwards to actually be full. This place is a total ripoff! DON'T EAT HERE!!

Save yourself the aggravation and go to Ssikkek Korean Grill down the street. For S$22, you can get all you can eat korean bbq that is better quality and much better price.

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• 20 May 2012 • 1 review • 9 followers

good service and food!

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went to your woul for dinner with my parents and sister. the service was good, the korean lady staff is friendly!

we had seafood pancake, dak galbi, some monkfish dish, cold noodles and makgeolli.

seafood pancake was okay.

dak galbi was okay too, and spicy! if you cannot take spicy food usually, you can try asking the staff at your woul to cook it less spicy.

the fish dish was good! it's called "agu jjim" if i'm correct. delicious beansprouts aplenty. not as spicy as dak galbi, i feel.

cold noodles was good too!

can try makgeolli for the experience.

the ginger tea served at the end of the meal was good! think they sell them in bottles.

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