Food Escapade at Woo Galbi

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L and I had a Korean food phase. Our all time favourite is samgyeupsal. Masarap kasi talga! While walking around Shangri-La's new wing, we passed by Woo Galbi. We asked first if they have samgyeupsal as not all Korean restaurants offer it (apparently).


When they told us they did, we made sure to come dine there the next time we visit the mall. We already had dinner when we passed by. The next time we visisted, we knew we were in for a treat!


This is how they serve their samgyeupsal.

Unlimited side dishes.

We also ordered pork dumplings just because.

And of course, I can't leave without iced tea.

What I don't remember is if we ordered rice or if it was included when you order samgyeupsal. We liked our order even though the lettuce is not refillable. So, in case you are craving for samgyeupsal and you are in the mall, you can try Woo Galbi. To be honest, authentic Korean restaurants serve their samgyeupsal differently and better (tastes better too not to mention it's cheaper) but Woo Galbi is okay.

Woo Galbi is located at the new wing of Shangri-La Mall.


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13 comments:

  1. i'm not familiar with korean food but i'm following several korean blogs and their food looks delish! pork ba samgyeupsal? looks bacon kasi.hehe..yung pork dumpling though, masarap ba?

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  2. Mouth-watering! Although I am not really fond of Korean food, I have been to Korean restos/ buffet several times already. Samgyupsal is pork belly, right Miss Gem? My fave Korean dish would be bibimbap and japchae.
    How much would their samgyupsal cost Miss Gem? If you can still remember, that is (^-^)

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  3. Samgyeupsal is their version of bacon nga :)

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  4. Mejo mahal in Woo Galbi. But authentic restaurants offer it for as low as 250 per order :)

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  5. I love Korean food! (Thanks to my students for introducing me to their cuisine.) My ultimate favorite is the simple Pa Jeon (spring onion pancake) that I have learned to make at home. Yes, I noticed that Woo Galbi's samgyeupsal is not thinly sliced. I guess it's for Filipino customers who want more for their money. :D

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  6. At nagutom ako! I am scared, as in takot talaga i try yun karamihan ng mga korean, thai and japanese foods. Kapag nakain kami sa mga buffet resto piling pili lang talaga kinukuha ko at dinadaanan ko lang yun mga station ng korean at iba pang asian foods. Siguro kasi feeling ko spicy sila lahat at iniinis ako ng allergy ko kapag nakain ng spicy foods (at seafoods and poultry). Next time try ko nga kumain ng mga ganyan, baka magustuhan ko rin.Titingnan ko lang muna kung pwede sakin yun ingredients.

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  7. My best friend loves Korean food (lahat yata ng may kinalaman sa SK gusto nya) and I'll let her know of this place. Lapit lang din nito sa office namin. Thanks again Miss Gem!

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  8. Sheena Naomi GrencioJuly 14, 2015 at 12:02 PM

    ^_^ wahhh nakakagutom naman yan! hehe may dilis din pala sakanila hehe astig! sana makatikim din ako din nian Samgyeopsal mukha syang masarap at healthy pa kasi may gulay na kasama :)

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  9. yummy!! I almost forgot that I'm on diet hihi :) I will try those after my upcoming wedding :)

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  10. Just in case you dont have a MUA yet, check Gery Penaso :)

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  11. Thanks for the recommendation Ms.Gem, Suddenly I already reserve for one. but I can recommend Gery for the sponsors :)

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  12. I just love those moments when you just order everything you want JUST BECAUSE. Hahaha! I can totally relate!

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