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The Best Galbi Tang At Woo Galbi

Perfect for the rainy weather that we are experiencing right now. Also, a hot and very filling soup warms not only the tummy but the heart. :)


My hubby's been crazily in-love with Korean food lately especially with Galbi Tang so he tends to judge a Korean Resto by that particular dish. I think he's already "sawa" with bibimbap. We've already made the rounds of the Korean Restos in Malate including those manned by loud speaking ahjummas so we know more or less how to compare the taste of Galbi Tang and other Korean dishes.

Woo Galbi's Galbi Tang is very flavorful and they serve it to you piping hot. There's also a generous portion of tender meat so even the grandparents will enjoy this dish.

So hubby liked the Galbi Tang at Woo Galbi at the East Wing of Shangri-La Plaza Mall. He gives it a two-thumbs up. Yey!!! Of course, daughter and I loves it, too. :)

The Galbi Tang at Woo Galbi is good for 3-4pax.

Woo Galbi is located at the 6L of East Wing, Shangri-La Plaza in Ortigas.







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