From the outside, Harubang is a peaceful place that offers a number of korean dishes anyone can sample. It doesn't disappoint though, not to mention the affordability and the satisfaction you can get from your dining experience. We arrived around 6:30 in the evening and was seated in one of the few available tables since several other spaces were occupied by groups of merrymaking Koreans.

Other than the noise that they made, we were satisfied by the all you can eat beef short plate that all three of us (my sister, my brother and myself) enjoyed. Surprisingly, it is much cheaper than the cost of the food in Chosun Galbi, the korean resto house we frequent. Perhaps we just visited at a wrong time.

They didn't have that cold noodle that I enjoy quite a lot however. :(

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A: 3/5

The food is great, but I can't dine in peace with that much noise. It brings down the ambiance that you're paying for, especially if you're used to little noise when you're eating.

2 Response to "Harubang"

  1. Unknown says:
    June 4, 2014 at 11:20 PM

    Do you remember how much the dishes were? Thank you. :-)

  2. poeticnook says:
    June 4, 2014 at 11:41 PM

    @Mac it was PHP350 AYCE but this resto is now closed, there are other Korean restos in the vicinity with the same price range :)

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