Oh Geul Boh Geul

Located at 5320 Yonge St in North York

After a spectacularly eventful and fun core meeting at our super duper new location at the North York City Hall, we ventured over to Oh Geul Boh Geul for some dinner.  We were a big group of 8 and the restaurant was spacious enough to fit us all at the table near the wall.

We decided to share an assortment of Korean dishes.  Oh Geul Boh Geul is on Yonge Street (in the uptown Koreantown) and just a short distance from Finch Subway Station which makes it easy to get to.  
I loved that there was a free wifi service where we got some stuff done before we indulged in the food.

Of course, there were the Korean banchan dishes — delicious as usual.  There were so many of them too — I was impressed!  I picked the Deep-fried chicken with hot, sweet & sour sauce.  To this day, I still don’t think I’ve had authentic Korean fried chicken and was hoping that this place would allow me to try this popular Korean dish.

KanPoongGi. $17.95
Deep-fried chicken with hot, sweet & sour sauce

When the fried chicken arrived, it was a big colourful plate of chicken with lots of sweet and sour sauce on it.  It was good and definitely spicy.  I still don’t think this is authentic Korean fried chicken though since it resembles the Chinese sweet and sour kind (just like how I wanted to try it at the Roll House last time).

I tried a piece of Jason’s fried pork cutlet and really liked it!  It was so crunchy and yummy. 😀

Pork Cutlet

Jared ordered a plate of stir fried glass noodles which was pretty good too!

Glass noodles!

A classic dish that Katy ordered: Pork Bone Soup

Lawrence’s bimbibap

It’s open really late too (2 a.m.)

I would return again to try more of their food. 🙂  Wait, no, there are so many other Korean restaurants around this part of town that I can try the others first before coming back, but this restaurant is solid in terms of quality of food, so I do recommend it.  Heh 🙂 I wonder what the name, Oh Geul Boh Geul, means?

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