Nolboo Hangari Galbi is a brand part of Nolboo Co Ltd, a Korean Franchise Restaurant with more than 520 branches and 8 brands in Korea. The group of restaurants are popular because they manage to develop various dishes to suits the taste of modern Korean Society and delivery unchangeable taste throughout its franchises.
The Little Devil is actually is a fan of this Nolboo in Singapore because they always deliver consistency in their food. Although it is nice to grill our own food, we don't mind them doing the grilling for us on another table. At least we won't be walking out smelling like our food.
So what's good here. Wine Sam-gyeop-sal (Pork Belly Marinated in Red Wine) – $25.90 (250g). The pork belly has a right thickness, tender, full of flavour and nicely grilled. They normally serve it with grilled mushroom and grilled onion.
Wine Sam-gyeop-sal (Pork Belly Marinated in Red Wine)
If you like your beef, try Kot-deung-sim (Fresh Beef Sirloin) – $42.90 (160g) and Premium Beef – $49.90. The service staff will show you the cut of the beef first before they grill it. If you check out the marble on the beef, you will be drooling now. Both beef are tender and almost melts in the mouth. I have to say, the Korean really know their beef.
|Kot-deung-sim (Fresh Beef Sirloin)|
|Han-bang Gal-bi Tang (Beef Short Ribs Stew with Ginseng)|
There is quite a number varieties of 'banchan' – Korean side dishes, one of LD's favorite is their summer kimchi (or water kimchi) is very light and refreshing. For the kimchi, it is always a personal preference, the kimchi served in Nolboo is not really LD's likings. They are very generous with their side dishes and raw vegetables that goes with the grilled dishes.
Service is good as they delivery consistent quality of the grill meat. Price is a little on the high side, however the price has a direct correlation with quality of the food. Overall, as promise by Nolboo, they delivery consistently good food in their franchises. Cheers!!!
Food & Drink: 7.5/10
thanks for the recommendation! The raw beef's color looks a bit dull though.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the comment.
The dull look probably from my photography skill. Need to work on that.
The beef was good though :)