Another price-friendly option for Korean cuisine will be none other than Goobne Chicken, Korean Oven Roasted Chicken.
Goobne literally translated to “baked” in Korean, started out in South Korea in 2005 specialising in oven-roasted chicken baked to perfection without the use of oil and hence its name.
Outlook of this restaurant is simple yet stylish. Just like any other fried chicken restaurant you see in South Korea.
As its name goes, it is definitely a no-brainer to go for their oven-roasted chicken when you are here. 😉
Their original oven-roasted chicken, the true pride of Goobne! Perfectly done. 原汁原味! 👍
Goobne Soy Garlic, oven-roasted chicken that is marinated in a mixture of soy sauce and garlic to provide a flavourful and delightful dining experience.
This is certainly one of the better soy garlic flavoured chicken that I have had (better than 4 Fingers for sure 😯).
Goobne Galbi, their signature Korean-styled barbeque sauce that gives a pleasant mix of sweet and savoury flavour.
An extra spicy flavour that pushes your taste buds to the limit. Spicily tasty.
Experience a sensational mix of cheddar, cream and blue cheese powder coated on the oven-roasted chicken. Cheese lovers will enjoy this version. 👍
Oven baked mixture of minced chicken, bread crumbs, spices and seasoning, rolled into bite-sized balls. Tastes more like Korean Ngoh Hiang or Tsukune (Japanese chicken meatball skewer) to me. 😀
Other than oven-roasted chicken, Goobne do offer an extensive range of Korean cuisines on their menu too.
Spicy Korean seafood soup served with noodles. There is this particular charcoal smokey aroma (liken to that of a Korean wok hei) that stood out distinctly from this dish which I loved.
Spicy Korean seafood soup served with vegetables. An option for those who prefer carbo free. 😊
Thin Korean-style skewered fish cakes (eomuk) served in a savoury broth of seafood, fish balls, chilli and vegetables. This is a must have during winter whenever I am in Korea. A great tummy warmer.
Stir-fried glass noodles with thinly sliced beef and mushrooms. Similar to tang hoon alike.
A crispy fried pancake that perfectly combines the spicy, savoury, and sour flavours of kimchi, wheat flour and scallions, served on a hot plate. Think of it as a Korean Orh Luak. 😉
Korean rice cakes drenched in spicy volcano sauce, served with fishcakes (eomuk), egg, ramyeon and cheese.
Though the dish name may sound intimidating, the spice level is nowhere near to samyang sauce. This is one of my favourite item here.
Stir-fried rice mixed with finely chopped kimchi, chicken and vegetables.
Overall, the food quality is of reasonable standard and importantly wallet friendly. Do give it a consideration the next time you are looking for alternatives. 🙂