3rd Floor, 1D - 2D, Jalan USJ 10/1J
Subang Jaya 47620

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Sunday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 02:30pm
05:30pm - 10:30pm

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Nestled above the USJ Taipan shoplots, the hidden Han Woo Ri is where nearby residents flock to for a taste of Korea right in the neighbourhood. There is BBQ but in this sleek spot, it is the set lunches that reign supreme. Their consistent top dish is a Je Yuk Duk Bab (RM18.90) featuring spicy pork belly slices stir-fried with vegetables. The hot-plate dish comes with white rice and seaweed soup, essential to alleviate the heat of fiery flavours. There is also an option for chicken at the same price, also satisfying in its abundance of toothsome thigh meat. Unusual for set lunches, portions run massive so go slow on sides, which is free only up to a second round of refill. What seals the deal for us is their complimentary dessert drink of Korean barley with red dates that finishes the meal on a sweet, soothing sip.
Avg price per person: RM25

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When in Taipan, visit Han Woo Ri (two floors above Old Town White Coffee) for their weekday set lunches under RM20. The Korean barbecue joint is furnished to fit occasions, with comfortable cushioned seatings and spot-on service. Come by with a few colleagues for a fun work day lunch that won't break the bank! Order the Je Yuk Duk Bab (RM17.90), a hot plate of deeply flavoured spicy pork with white rice and seaweed soup. If you don't feel like having meat, splurge on carbs with their Tuk Bok Ki (RM17.90) slathered in an intensely spicy red sauce. Served here with ramen noodles and vegetables, the hearty dish is great for sharing. Like in most Korean restaurants, banchan (side dishes) are supplied in abundance, including sliced omelette, seasoned spinach and anchovies. The only drawback is that the restaurant goes by a one-time refill policy, but the mains are so bountiful that you probably won't need a second one. Instead, look forward to their complimentary Korean red dates barley drink for dessert!
Avg price per person: RM25

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Han Woo Ri (한우리) shows little fame compared to the big bad sister Daore (다오래 - let all come) and of course, isn't as flashy as well ( read: bling bling lights). The place itself is also pretty quiet and you're greeted with attentive staff that tells you welcome in Korean and Thank you when you leave. Gimmicky, but meh, you can see the effort.

The place serves BBQ as well as individual dishes like bibimbap, jiggaes and other soupy stewy dishes. We (yes we) ordered some yang nyeom mok sal which is neck meat that is marinated in their god knows what yang nyeom sauce, norma bbq meat as well as kimchi jiggae (korean friend had to eat all these before she went back to aussie cause it's expensive there) and had gyelan-jjim (steamed egg - picture) as a complimentary dish. The side dishes were well made with the kimchi being pretty good.

The kimchi jiggae used well fermented kimchi, had tofu and meat in it which made it sour enough and had a good rich, flavourful broth base. Yes your kimchi has to be well fermented for that sour taste and in Korean stew cooking, it's all about the broth - good broth means good jiggae. And the steamed egg was well seasoned and topped with sesame oil and seeds which gave it a nice fragrance and taste. End with my beloved shikhye - a korean drink that is similiar to barley water here in Malaysia- to quench the fire.

All in all Han Woo Ri might not be as flashy as other Korean restaurants. But the food does speak for itself. Not the best out there, but it's pretty good for the Subang area.

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One can never have too many slices of pork, especially when it's steamed to perfection and rolled up in a lettuce cigar together with chives, radish kimchi and a savoury 'cincalok' styled fish sauce. | #food #pork #koreancuisine #koreanrestaurant #kimchi #paleo

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No greater sight than seeing tender beef ribs grilling. The smell of fats burning is enough to make ones mouth water in anticipation. | #food #beef #grill #bbq #koreancuisine #koreanbbq #vscocam #vscofood

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Well not all Korean places are dodgy as the picture above. Clearly there are better places to go for a comfortable and decent meal. Take this Doenjang-Jiggae on steroids for example.. an oceanic pot of steroid that is. This superb pot of seafood stew, a Korean equivalent of a bouillabaisse, is what keeps me walking through the door of this Korean establishment time and again. Despite how much it makes "miso" gassy after. | #food #stew #seafood #koreanrestaurant #koreancuisine #vscocam #vscocam

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