Gone Korean at YOOGANE

Monday, September 03, 2012

My officemates, Kris & Bhugzey discovered this new Korean Restaurant in Il Terrazzo Tomas Morato. The bright & colorful interior caught their attention so they invited us to have dinner there. When we went inside, the first thing we noticed were the colorful cartoon murals & their per table cooker.

Yoogane (Yoo-ga-ne) is a restaurant originated in Korea in 1981, since then it has over 100 braches across South East Asia. Yoogane Philippines recently opened its first branch in Il Terrazzo last Aug 13, 2012.  Yoogane is famous for their Dak Galbi dishes which means stir-fried marinated chicken in based sauce.

Like in any other Korean restaurant, they serve appetizers- kimchi, radish & cabbage with dressing, all of which are unlimited so you can order as much as you want when you finish eating 

All orders are single serving...

Chap Chae P200

Ramen Noodle P70

Marinated Seafood Fried Rice P190

Then of course we ordered Dak Galbi, it's a popular South Korean dish generally made by stir-frying marinated diced chicken in a gochujang (chili pepper paste) based sauce, sliced cabbage, sweet potato, scallions, onions and tteok (rice cake) together on a hot plate

Here's  how to enjoy Korea's choice...

From the Chef Specialties, we tried Marinated Chicken Galbi & Sliced Pork Belly (P220), Marinated Chicken Galbi & Assorted Seafood (P240) and their best seller- Yoogane's Marinated Chicken Galbi (210)

Cooking their best-seller Yoogane's Marinated Chicken Galbi in front of us

Marinated Chicken Galbi & Assorted Veggies

We also ordered Yoogane's Marinated Chicken Galbi fried rice (210) with mozzarella add on (P80)

Yoogane's Marinated Chicken Galbi Fried Rice with mozzarella

We love all their Dak Galbi Specialties especially when we added mozzarella! A must-try. Most of their dishes are quite spicy so if you're not a fan of spicy dishes you have to tell them beforehand. 

They give free Yakult drinks for each costumer after enjoying their food! :)

I recommend you to go here for their Dak Galbi and don't forget to put add ons :)

Me, Mike, Ron, Kris, Hancel, Marcus, April, Bhugzey & Pete with band aid

G/F IL Terrazzo Mall, 
305 Tomas Morato Ave. 
Cor. Scout Mandrinan St. Brgy. 
South Triangle, Quezon City, Philippines
(02) 966 2348

like them on FB www.facebook.com/YooganePhilippines
or follow them on twitter @yooganephil

Mon - Sun
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  1. I think its not true na if you are not a fan of spicy food, kelangan mo sabihin sa kanila. Tried this in Seoul and marinated na yung meat nila so may spicy mixture na kahit na sabihin mo sa kanila.

  2. We have to tell them beforehand because they also offer non-spicy dishes, like chap chae, beef bulgogi, grilled chicken thigh fillet and more. They can also remove the spicy paste on the rice, just tell the waiters daw. :)

  3. if you are ordering Chicken galbi you can ask the waiter to lessen or remove the chili paste. so it wont be spicy. personally I let them remove the chili and mix it by myself to satisfy my taste

  4. yoogane has a ongoing promo, when you dine-in and your total bill 750 and above you can avail a free 5 days pass to 360 fitess club.

  5. enjoy 15% discount at yoogane jut dine at yoogane and make a review at looloo to avail a 15% discount

  6. the best sa dak galbi nila is to add mozzarella cheese.

  7. enjoyed our diiner at yoogane last night, masarap talaga yung korean beef stew niya. and dak galbi

    1. Haven't tried Yoogane's Korean Beef Stew, will try it next time :)

  8. have you tried the soju together with yoogane dak galbi?

  9. may instagram account na si yoogane #yooganeph, nakita ko lang sa facebook feed ko


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