Jan 10, 2011

Your Woul


12th Dec 2010

We had Korean food for Sunday family dinner and also to celebrate cousin Bf, RS's birthday. I suggested to try Your Woul located at Goldhill Centre serving authentic Korean cuisine. This restaurant was recommended by my colleague and had received pretty good reviews at HGW.

After trying we find it rather average and didn't win us over. My conclusion was definitely not the best one around in terms of authenticity, food wise and value. The prices are generally more expensive than the other 2 of our favourite Korean restaurants - Doong Ji and Kim Family Restaurant. The ambiance is quite ordinary like typical family restaurant but service was not very friendly.


Banchan


The 6 complimentary side dishes were not very outstanding and they were not very keen in refilling the banchan for us.


Hae Mul Pa Jeon (Korean Pancake with Squid) - S$12.00++

Quite nicely done. The egg was crispy on the outside and the inside was soft and fluffy.


Go-dung-eo Gu (BBQ Mackerel Fish) - S$13.80++

I find it very expensive for such a small slice of fish. The portion and taste wise are similar to what was served in Food court Korean stall.


Pan Fried Chicken with Vegetables & Rice Cake - S$39.00++

This was nice but quite costly as the portion was not very big.


Samgye Tang (Chicken Broth with Ginseng) - S$23.80++

The soup was too light and bland for our liking. Still prefer the one at Doong Ji which was really rich and flavourful, they even top up the soup for us. At Your Woul, they don't even when we requested.


Dolsot Bibimbap Set - S$11.80++

The rice was too soggy for our liking and again portion was quite small.


Citron Tea - S$5.00++


Sweet and soothing. My aunt like it.





Your Woul
165 Thomson Road
Goldhill Centre
Singapore 307618
Tel: 6251 0123
Opening hour: Daily 11.30am – 2.30pm, 5.30pm – 10.30pm

3 comments :

Shirley @ Kokken69 said...

Strange name... your wool- wonder what it means.

Wen said...

Hi Shirley,

Haha.. yes quite strange. I read from ieatishootipost, he mentioned that Your Woul is the name of the restaurant's owner village in Korea.

Jess @ Bakericious said...

I love korean food, I am craving for it now heeheehee...

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