Yoogane Chicken Galbi |Tripadvisor
Address: 7-4 Myeongdong 10-gil, Myeongdong 2(i)-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Opening Hours: 9:15am-12:00am (Monday to Sunday)
Price: around KRW 12000 (~PHP 517) per person. (KRW 6,000 only if two people will share one dish.)
Will Return: Yes!
Date of Visit: April 26, 2019
We found this place because it’s just below James Cheese Ribs in Myeongdong. We were about to have our pre-wedding shoot that afternoon so we needed to eat lunch early. They were open early and we saw that a lot of Koreans eat here so we decided to give this place a try.
MENU. They offer various items in their menu but we ordered their Best Seller which was the Marinated Chicken Galbi with Vegetables Fried Rice. I can’t remember what we ordered as add-on (because our receipt is in Korean) but I think we ordered an extra Mozarella Cheese.
INTERIOR. The restaurant has a huge dining area which can cater to a lot of diners. We ate there just before lunch so there were a lot of tables available. They are also somewhat a self service restaurant because you can get your chopsticks and other utensils from the drawer under your table.
FOOD. The food was actually good. We love cheese so that was a plus. It’s actually like the fried rice that we had at James Cheese Ribs the day before but instead of ribs, we had chicken and it had a kimchi flavor to it. They also offer unlimited sides which you can get buffet style. Also, we’re not big fans of spicy food so we just requested that to the waitress.
Our server cooked our food in our table. She put in butter, the meat and some spices first. She then mixed in some rice, kimchi, some seaweed and cheese.
TOTAL BILL. We paid KRW 14,000 (~PHP 600) in total for this meal. It’s actually very sulit especially that we can get as much sides as we wanted. We ate all the cabbage that we could eat. lol
Would i recommend this place? Yes, I would. We didn’t pay that much for our meal here and I consider it very sulit especially for us who are not heavy eaters. We just ordered one dish and split it between the two of us. Plus, they serve authentic Korean food so it’s definitely worth a try when in Korea.