Food Trip: Go Gu Ryeo

So here’s another food post.  If you’re getting tired of all the food I’m posting here, please forgive me.  I promise to write about something else in my next few posts.

Today, my foodie-certified friends called me up to try this Korean restaurant (yet again), Go Gu Ryeo.  I’m not sure if it’s new but I know for a fact that there was a restaurant on the same spot before.

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Look at the side dishes.

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Side dish pa lang ulam na.

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We were served some type of a salad.  It’s mostly onions on some vinaigrette but it tasted pretty good.  It felt like I was doing some cleansing diet. 😀

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My friend ordered for us so she asked for the Beef Rib Soup and Beef Barbecue.  The Beef Rib Soup is much like MJ’s Kitchen.  I love the Korean version of Nilagang Baka.  Sarap!

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And I couldn’t get enough of the Beef Barbecue.  It was marinated and grilled well and it was tender, delicious, and juicy.

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The bill was somewhere below 500kVND for all three of us.  I think it was a real good deal.  And yes, you can request for more side dishes.  We left past 1 and there were still lots of people around.

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The restaurant is housed in a villa and got a lot of rooms for big groups.

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And unlike most Korean restaurants serving BBQ here, it’s usok-free.  You won’t go home smelling like smoke or food.

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If you’re worried about customer service in such a huge multi-storey restaurant, don’t worry ’cause the waiters come running once you ring the bell right on the table.

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How to get here?  It’s the same street where Texas Chicken is in Phu My Hung.  Walk past it and it’s the next restaurant you’ll see.

Go Gu Ryeo
Pham Thai Buong St., PMH
District 7, Ho Chi Minh City

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