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Woorinara Korean Restaurant

Woorinara Korean Restaurant

Woorinara Korean Restaurant






74%   (42 votes)
31 / 42

Type: Restaurant

Situated along Lorong Kilat in Bukit Timah, Woorinara is an authentic Korean restaurant that specialises in Seoul cuisine. The dishes that are available here range from fresh bibimbap with beef, eggs and generous servings of chilli, to Korean fried chicken that's fried twice to create gloriously crispy skin that can be dipped in mouthwatering sauce of your choice.MUST TRIES: The health conscious will be delighted to know that there are dishes here prepared with Korean Fresh Ginseng. Apart from enhancing the taste of your food, it provides medical benefits like enhancing mental concentration, improving the functionality of the immune system, regulating your blood pressure, strengthening your heart and even treating impotence in males.

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Daily: 11:30 - 15:00
Daily: 17:00 - 23:00

19 Lorong Kilat

Asian, Korean

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