Yoree Korean Barbeque Dining, Wine Night

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Soju is the perfect companion for Korean food, but Yoree Korean Barbeque Dining challenges that notion. Yoree together with Barefoot Wines urges everyone to try pairing Korean food with Wine instead.

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Yoree Korean Barbeque Dining, Bonifacio Global City branch treated the customers and
selected food bloggers to a night filled with delectable Korean cuisine paired with exquisite Barefoot wines. A menu prepared and carefully curated by Yoree’s head chef, Leo Barcenas gave the guests a unique dining experience.

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The Korean degustation started with Sweet Potato Porridge, a combination of Taiwanese sweet potato, gluten rice and fresh milk seasoned with sugar and salt, with of slices jujube, dried shrimp and spring onion.

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Gamja Salad or Cold Potato Salad, smashed boiled potato mixed with thin slices of cucumber and egg whites and Korean mayonnaise, top with egg yolk powder.

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Kimchi Ssambap, a spicy appetizer that awakens your palate with one bite. Made with rice , sliced beef and pork wrapped in kimchi.

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First time to try this dish, and a personal fave. Tongdak Gui Tteokgalbi or Korean Roast Chicken, stuffed with marinated minced Kalbi meat and Feta Cheese, served with vegetables and mustard sauce.

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A must when dining in Yoree is their Kkotsal. 🙂 Tender, melt in your mouth US Angus boneless short rib.

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Yangnyeom Galbi, or marinated USDA Prime short rib served with prawn and octopus. A sweet and savory meat that you won’t get enough of.

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Each dish is paired with a glass of Barefoot Wine, properly curated to enhance the flavors of the food.

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Barefoot Wines, offered a range of different wines to complement the food it pairs with. From Merlot, to Cabernet Sauvignon, Moscato, and Sauvignon Blanc. Everyone was treated with a well-balanced, well-curated evening of eating and drinking. 🙂

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Disclaimer: It was a bloggers invite dinner. Everything written here is entirely based on my own opinion, my own biases, and my own insights.

Yoree Korean Barbeque Dining

U 1-6 The Forum South Gobal 7th Avenue, corner Federacion Drive, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines

Contact Numbers: (02) 866 0432

Operating Hours: Daily 11:00AM to 03:00PM & 05:30PM to 10:30PM

Budget: (minimum of 2 people per set)

P 1,498.00 per person

Other branch:

Molito Lifestyle Bldg. 4 Cluster 3, Unit No. 107, Alabang Zapote Road Ayala, Alabang, Muntinlupa City, Philippines

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Stay hungry,

thehungrychef

Nathaniel Uy

 

 

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