April 15, 2017

Yoree: Home of Authentic Korean dishes in Manila

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    Annyeong! We bet some of you are familiar with Yoree Korean BBQ Restaurant, a diner’s go-to place to fix their Korean cravings!

    With 24 branches already open in Seoul, Yoree Korean BBQ Restaurant, which opened in 2013 here in the Philippines, offers exquisite dishes of chapchae, steamed egg, bibimbap, sundubu, ribs, chicken and desserts. Most of their ingredients are purchased in Korea, including the beef which is imported and roasted it using charcoal. Yoree also takes pride of their wagyu as it is rich with flavor. Do try to order one if you happen to be there!

    The restaurant is always crowded especially during peak hours. We recommend a budget of P680 per person to be able to dine comfortably at Yoree.

    Yoree’s stylish and spacious interior

    The restaurant was derived from the word “Yoree” meaning “to cook.” The restaurant treats diners to a smokeless grill, assuring a gastronomic experience anytime. Yoree has 2 branches here in Manila: one located at The Forum in BGC, Taguig; and another at Molito Lifestyle Complex, Alabang.

    Jeonju Dolsot Bibimbap (P398)

    Modeum Gui Set (P1,898)

    Yoree’s set of sumptuous Korean food would definitely not disappoint first time diners. So what are you waiting for?! Visit any of their 2 branches, and enjoy the best of Korea!

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