Monday, 22 December 2014

Yoogane Singapore

Yoogane is one of the popular Korean Cuisine in Bugis Junction, extension block. Located directly at the exit of the escalator or if you know where is the Seoul Garden, you will most likely be seeing a queue.

In order to secure a seat, you will need to ensure all diners are present before being guided to a table. They do have a salad bar which is free-flow, but consisting of only 3 items. For your information, if you are kimchi lover, this salad bar could you be your favorite section of all.

Menu consist of around 16 pages, which may seem to have a wide variety. Fret not, as items are about the same in each category and depends on the style of seasoning you prefer.

Order will be taken during the queue, and order chit will be given to you for passing to the counter staff prior to seat allocation.

Soft drinks, Mug ($2.90). They also provide a flask of iced water too, if you are wondering.

Marinated Chicken Galbi Fried Rice ($14.90/pax). Crew will start serving you with an enormous pan with the marinated chicken, dokboki and spring onions, as well as the rice and mozzarella cheese on separate plates.
*Our serving is meant for 2 pax.

Although Yoogane provides an apron for each diner, there is no need for you to cook. Crew will do the cooking for you, and all you need to do is the sit back and relax the service.

They will start frying the marinated chicken, dokboki and spring onions which are already on the pan, before pouring in the rice and seasonings. I am surprised how they took the effort to ensure almost every grain of rice is wrapped with the sauce before dishing in the mozzarella cheese and flattening the entire fried rice with the cheese placed at the bottom.

It's a little spicy, but every spoon of the fried rice fills your mouth with the spicy yet sweet taste.

Marinated Chicken Stew ($16.90). This is almost the same as Marinated Chicken Galbi Fried Rice, except that this came with noodles and stew, and a sweeter version. An alternative for those who prefer more of soup base.

Egg Roll with cheese ($11.90). Decorated with tomato sauce, we opt for the cheese version, whereas non-cheese version costs $9.90 only. Egg roll is cooked perfectly, giving it a moist and bouncy texture, with cheese to add on to the rather bland eggy taste.

Waiting time was around 10-15 minutes, which I think is acceptable. Food serving time was less than 5-10 minutes, and you can basically start tucking in those cooked-to-serve dishes.


200 Victoria Street
#02-47 Bugis Junction
Singapore 188021

Tel: (65) 6337 7337

Opening Hours
Mon - Sun: 1130 - 2200 hours

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