Yoogane Singapore, Bugis Junction

Yoogane was established way back in 1981 in Busan, Korea. It is well-known with Dak-galbi and a must try restaurant for tourists who travel to Korea. For those who missed the taste of it, you can have your craving satisfied here in their first outlet in Singapore. Located at level 2 of Bugis Junction Shopping Mall, it is easily accessible via Bugis MRT station.yoogane signageyoogane bugis

Special thanks to Alex and Jiahui for the invite to the opening ceremony that was graced by the Korea counterparts of Yoogane and also special flashmob dance.Yoogane Singapore 1 Yoogane Singapore Yoogane Singapore 2

Each table provides a bottle of water for the customers. However, drinks menu is kinda of attractive as the drinks are flown from Korea. Wide range of soda flavors and banana milk to choose from.Yoogane Soda drinks

Salad bar is available for customers to enjoy the free flow sides.Special recommendation from the staff is the strawberry sauce. Sweet and vibrant pink colour sauce gives a creativity taste.Yoogane SG salad bar Yoogane SG salad bar 1

Chicken Galbi with Chukkumi Octopus $19.90 that serves 2-3 persons.The serving was generous and I think can shared among 4 to 5 pax. Additional ala-carte, fried rice and mozzarella cheese were added into it for more delightful taste. Absolutely in love when the fried rice is coated with the cheese. The service staff will separate the rice and cheese from the ingredients. But you can request the service staff to mix all your ingredients including the rice with cheese. It’s all depends on your preference.yoogane chicken & squid dakgalbiyoogane dak galbi rice and cheeseYoogane rice and cheese

Naengmyeon (Cold Noodles) is one of the hot selling dish as well. Perfect summer choice when the cold noodles served with some vinegar and mustard sauce. Refreshing taste once you put it into your mouth. Super chewy and bouncy texture of noodles. DAEBAK!!yoogane cold noodles

Seafood & Chicken Galbi S$48.90 serves with Yoogane’s unique spicy sauce marinate with tender chicken thigh meat, baby octopus, squids, prawns and a variety of seafoods. We also add on two types of noodles to complete the meal. Potato noodles and ramyeon noodles are served but I preferred ramyeon noodles.yoogane seafoodyoogane noodles ramen

Korean Style Seafood Pancake $16.90 served literally flat in presentation gives a crispy taste.Yoogane Seafood Pancake

The restaurant also provides free WI-FI services and phone charging station for customers. This is an added service provided by Yoogane and truly and added advantage especially young generations will keep searching high and low for such services. If you wish to satisfy your craving for dak-galbi, why not give a try at Yoogane. But do prepare to queue especially during peak hours with the new opening concept in town.yoogane sg

Yoogane Singapore
200 Victoria Street,

Bugis Junction #02-47/48

Singapore 188021
Opening Hours: 11:00am – 10:00pm

Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/yoogane.singapore

Direction: Walking out from Bugis MRT station

Chabuton Ramen @ 313 Somerset

Chabuton originated from Japan and has been a hit in Thailand. It finally opened the first outlet in Singapore. Located at basement of 313 Somerset shopping mall, I was expecting queue due to it’s popularity in Thailand and Japan. Surprisingly, there isn’t a queue on weekdays after work.Chabuton Tonkotsu Ramen

Chabuton Tonkotsu Ramen @S$11.90 (L) topped with char siew and japanese leek.I personally felt the pork bone soup broth is lighter.Customers can customize to own liking for noodles texture, oil level and also saltiness level.Chabuton Shoyu Ramen

Chabuton Shoyu Ramen @S$11.90(L) served in shoyu style ramen in japanese soy sauce soup topped with char siew and japanese leek. The oil and saltiness level of the soup cannot be customized as the staff explained that the soy sauce soup is standardized. The soup taste is light to my liking.Chabuton-Gyoza

We also ordered Hitokuchi Gyoza @S$5.00 that comes in 8 pieces. The pan-fried dumplings are quite oily on the surface and plates served are oily as well. Lack of fillings as I can’t get enough of it. Nevertheless, the portion served with the price offered is quite attractive.

Overall the service staffs are polite and friendly.Total Bill was S$36.25 which inclusive of 2 hot green tea (S$1.00/per serving) , 10% service charge and 7% GST.Payment to be made at the cash counter upon finishing the meal.

Chabuton @ Somerset 313
313 Orchard Road
#B2-01
Singapore 238895
Tel: 6636 8335
Opening Hours: 11:30am to 10:00pm

My Say: Outfit of the Day

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It has been a long time since I post ‘My Say’. Thanks to the lovely folks from Blogshop Singapore to send over a lovely bright mini skirt. The skirt was strectable and comfortable. I love the folds on the skirt where I can hide my fats well.blogshop1blogshop blogshop skirt

I paired it with a black top and sleeveless white vest to outshine the bright pink skirt. It is ideal for office wear and also not overdressed.

Black Top: Online Blogshop

White Sleevess Vest : Boutique Store from Square 2

Mini Skirt : Blogshop Singapore

Shoes: Charles & Keith

There are few colours available for selection (Yellow/ Dark Red/ Purple/ Pink/ Black).

Do check out their website for good deals :)


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