Yoree Korean Dining

G/F Forum South Global, 7th Ave. cor. Federacion Drive, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Yoree Korean Dining
4.2
4.0 Stars

17 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 6
  • 4 stars 8
  • 3 stars 3
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 17 Reviews
  • 1 Recommend
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Category:
Korean
Business Hours
Open: 11:00a - 3:30p
Phone
+6328660432

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 3:30p
    • 5:30p - 10:30p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 3:30p
    • 5:30p - 10:30p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 3:30p
    • 5:30p - 10:30p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 3:30p
    • 5:30p - 10:30p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 3:30p
    • 5:30p - 10:30p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 3:30p
    • 5:30p - 10:30p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 3:30p
    • 5:30p - 10:30p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Wi-Fi:
Free
Reservations:
Yes
Kids Menu:
Yes
Take Out:
Yes
Waiter Service:
Yes
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Sean A.
3.0 Stars
3

Food was decent except for the pajeon.

They should either change their speakers or not play music at all.

They didn't give us any sauces until we asked for them. Super lame. Why make tipid on sauces?

Service in general was awful considering the fact that there was only one other table at the restaurant.

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Cel C.
3.0 Stars

I went here just to try their bingsu. They have a few choices lang. Forgot na the others but there were I think around 5 flavors. It's a Korean restaurant kasi not a dessert cafe like the others. The food here is expensive. About P398 for a bulgogi. Set lunch are about P898. But puro Korean kumakain when I got in around 12:30pm.

I tried Patbingsu which is the red bean flavor. Price is P178. I was so surprised when they served it. Super small! Only 1 size kasi. I didn't expect it to be that small! Siguro about 1.5cup size lang sya. Oh well. At least now I know. It's very near our office kasi kaya I wanted to try. The bingsu tastes good naman. But I consider eating here a splurge so won't come by soon siguro.

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Nicole S.
4.0 Stars

Best Korean bbq in the area, great service, quality, and price!

Unlimited appetizers will fill you up but the real winner here is the quality of the cuts of meat!

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Donna Faye A.
5.0 Stars

Wanted to eat ramen that day, (a Japanese resto is just beside them) but the appeal of trying their beef bulgogi AGAIN is much stronger. 128517

Soup is still heavenly, (I was able to capture how hot their soup is on the picture) and I think they have bigger servings of beef and side dishes here in BGC than on their branch in Alabang.
128077🏼

We were just surpised when my friend ordered a dish that we don't even know ourselves, just to feed our curiosity, but the servers insisted that we MIGHT NOT like it. (I totally forgot the name of that meal) Yep. They discouraged us to try out their menu, as their staff said that only Koreans appreciate that kind of taste. We listened to his advice anyway and just ordered a simple Bibimbap instead. My friend actually loved it as well. The freshness of the vegetables and the way they presented it is really good. 128077🏼128077🏼

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Mara R.
5.0 Stars

If you're looking for good quality meat, Yoree is the place to be!! Swear, the meat is so tender and a tad bit thicker than your usual Korean resto. YUMMY! 128077🏼128077🏼128077🏼

What to Order:

1. US Angus Boneless Short Rib
2. Prime Short Rib served with Prawn and Octopus
3. Boneless Chicken Thigh in Special Marinade
4. Bibimbap

Place: More upscale than Yedang or Jang Ja Nae but still casual.

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Janille T.
4.0 Stars

The food was great but still loved Sariwon more..

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Migsy J.
4.0 Stars

I think I may have just found a new fave Korean resto.

We ordered bulgogi set B- it's like a 7 course meal and you get charged by the head, min of 2 pax. Sulit for date night!

Interesting take on our usual favorite appetizers, and main dishes. We'll probably be back soon to try the other offerings :-)

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Mary Love S.
4.0 Stars

It is undeniable that the Korean community in Manila is growing. With the increase in the number of Korean restaurants and supermarkets, you’d somehow feel the Seoul vibe. And what I love about the restaurants here is that more often than not, you get close to authentic if not authentic food.

Hello, Yoree Korean Barbeque Dining!

What I like about Yoree is that it has set meals that are good for sharing. And since we were not exactly that hungry, we decided to go for Dwaeji Soot Bulgogi Set (PHP498 per person, minimum of two orders). The set includes usual Korean side dishes, Juk (rice porridge), Gyeranjjim (steamed egg on hot stone), Japchae, Kimchi Jjigae, Sikhye (Korean traditional rice punch), rice and Dwaeji Soot Bulgogi.

First served were the side dishes and juk.

The juk was delightful as it had a light taste and served as a great meal starter. The side dishes were your usual Korean side dishes.

The gyeranjjim was fluffy and had a lovely light taste which complements the other dishes.

I enjoyed the japchae. It wasn’t that oily and the flavors of the sautéed beef and vegetables on the potato noodles made this dish quite addicting.

I skipped the kimchi jjigae as it was spicy and went straight to the bulgogi.

The bulgogi was sweet and tender. I loved it so much that I almost finished my bowl of rice. I loved it a lot with the gyeranjjim.

Overall, it was a great lunch. It exactly affordable but the bulgogi and japchae made it worth the price.

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EJ B.
5.0 Stars

YOREE:

Haemul Japchae - 1108811088110881108811088️ 5/5

Spicy Salad - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5

Kkot Deungshim (US Rib Eye) - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5

Samgyeopsal (Prime Pork Belly) - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5

Bibimbap - 1108811088110881108811088️ 5/5

Gyeranjjim - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5

Kimchi Jjigae - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5

Patbingsu - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5

#ilovetoeat

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Rogier v.
5.0 Stars

I think this is the best Korean in the Fort.

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The Food Scout N.
4.0 Stars

m the word Yoree, "to cook" in English, the establishment already gives an overview of what to expect in this Korean restaurant. From most authentic Korean restaurants I've been to, it's an observation from me that Koreans encourage their customers to grill their own barbecue meat at the diner's table on built-in gas or charcoal grills

The Food:
Geran Jjim - To start my 'gangnam' lunch, I had a light appetizer, Geran Jjim. Basically, it's just a lava of fluffy steamed egg on that hot black bowl.
Haemool Soon Tofu - Soft tofu stew with seafood had a reflection of my favorite Thai soup, Tom Yum soup. A medium spicy blend that runs down to the throat with its charming broth.
Yangnyum Galbi - Seasoned short rib marinated with sweet and savory sauce for a more distinct flavor once you use it for your wrap together with your lettuce and dips. One order includes vegetables and a piece of shrimp as well.
Samgyeopsal - Apparently, I wanted to stop eating already. What changed my game was this marinated pork belly with kimchi and garlic. I had to drink a glass of hot tea and proceed with my Korean food trip, with Samgyeopsal as my last savory dish. Plus, I just have to mention that Chef had to personally feed me using his chopsticks. Check out the last photo. That was him about to feed me. Haha! I felt like a baby on a high chair.

For more photos and details, visit my food blog! :)

Pray, Eat and Love.

Cheers,
The Food Scout
www.thefoodscout.net

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Apple L.
4.0 Stars

Korean korean!!! Love this! Sorry i forgot the name of this food haha! It is egg! And yeah? All good at Yoree!!! xxxx

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Ian P.
4.0 Stars

Had Saturdate dinner with the wife. We felt like trying something new so we decided to try Yoree at the Forum.
Loved the interiors of the place. Simple, sleek and modern. Even the tables were very nice and functional.
We were served 4 appetizers, red and white kimchi, pickled cucumber , rice porridge and some kind of pickled seaweed. My wife and I both agreed that all appetizers were nothing great.
We ordered Korean shortribs stew extra spicy, Korean pancake and grilled pork belly. The stew was ok... Not much beef going on but the broth was amazing! The pancake was superb! The pork belly was delicious!
Service was great as well... A few minor mistakes, no biggie!
At first, after the appetizers and the beef stew, the wife and I doubted we will come back here. The pork and the pancake were sooo good it changed that!

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Jay F.
5.0 Stars

Awesome food, great ambiance, well trained staff. Must try.

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GGG X.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Danica B.
5.0 Stars

Yummy food and great service! :) Kimchi is a little less spicy. Delicious Teock bokki and the best Ginseng Samgye. Plentiful of ingredients in their bibimpap, sulit! :D

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Myke S.
3.0 Stars

I guess I liked the whole feel and ambiance of the place.

Price range of dishes starts at P200 till about P700 per dish.

Dishes are legit Korean. Authentic flavors and way of cooking. One of the staff there that assisted us is that the place is owned by Koreans. He also shared that their boss doesn't like burnt dishes. The reason why he grilled our chicken with aluminum foil.

Place / table is very functional. Interiors are modern and a bit dark with dark earth wares. The lights played a big role in keeping te ambiance relaxed and chill.

I wasn't pleased with the appetizers. Usually, I'm overwhelmed with the free appetizers but for this one, not so much.

We ordered some soup and japchae. Their soup Hae Mool Soon Tofu was good. Medium Spicy Soft Tofu Stew with Seafoods. It was really nice.

Their salad was good. Their kimchi has a funny taste which I didn't like. We also ordered beef and grilled them at our table. It was average.

For drinks and desserts, we ordered the chilled soju place in a really nice clear container with its own ice storage. Had some mango Pat Bing Soo which was also average and nothing fancy.

I did like their after meal tea. Chilled Barely tea which was a bit sweet and was just right meal Ender for me that time.

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