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“So Good!!”
Review of Woori Village

Woori Village
Ranked #82 of 170 Restaurants in Niles
Price range: US$ 20 - US$ 40
Cuisines: Korean
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Reviewed 14 July 2017

We've never been to a Korean BBQ before so when our daughter suggested it, we were excited. The food was served fast, fresh and yummy! We had this meat that was cut from the rib and marinated in a soy sauce type sauce. We also tried Korean bacon and a thinly sliced steak. There were all kinds of different sauces (sweet to spicy) and vegetables. It was a very experience. We will be back!!

Date of visit: July 2017
Thank Dalyce
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Reviewed 7 June 2016 via mobile

Korean barbecue with all you can eat option. Very efficiently run restaurant, operations standardized and run consistently. Good side dishes with great flavors.  Team work among waitresses great doing team waiting with shared tips.  Barbecue items with descent cut of meat. Options ranging from beef, pork chicken, shrimp, & even one type of innards. All you can eat barbecue  option at a much higher price than other items for obvious reasons. But worth the money if you are exploring what Korean barbecue is all about & want to learn the basics on barbecue  meat options in various preparations. $25-30 per person. Also, if you can take it. A lot of meat, this will certainly will be a good value. Regular Korean dishes are more reasonably priced. They also have lunch specials at a very good price. Food quality is always consistent, uniform, & predictable. Great value for price.
Recommendations: overall very good dining experience & consistency after repeated visits. Good standardized recipes reproduced in good quality predictably. All you can eat barbecue option certainly an advantage for trying out various barbecue items. Though good quality, it may not be always the best due to the nature of all-you-can-eat quantity based concept vs profitability. Having done all you can eat options in the past, & with that out of system, I tend to go for regular menu items. Plus, there is a 2 people minimum requirement for all you can eat barbecue. The place is large and can very readily accommodate a big group. The disadvantage is that it can be smoky in these cases. So, do not wear your best clothing that needs specialized dry cleaning. Or if it is a jacket, leave it in the car. The restaurant does have professional barbecue specific. Venting system on every barbecue table but when the place is very occupied with big group, it can still get smoky. Enjoy the place for what it is. ...

Date of visit: February 2016
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Reviewed 9 April 2016 via mobile

Generous with Ban Chan. The lunch specials have lots of soup to cjoise from. Barbeque buffet in the evening is also a great deal if you are a meat eater. Service is spotty.

Date of visit: April 2016
Thank May C
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Reviewed 9 January 2016 via mobile

If you've never had galbi before I wouldn't recommend this being your first place to try it as the quality is not the best. However if your a galbi lover (Korean marinated bbq short ribs) and can eat a ton them you should definitely try this place as you can order an all you can eat. Down side is the staff is never very friendly I'm not sure if it's because I'm not Korean or if they hate there job. Either way service is normally pretty terrible. Its about 30$USD per person and they automatically charge you 18 % service fee so the tip is added on no matter quality of service.

Date of visit: December 2015
Thank thomasz469
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Reviewed 13 October 2015

Uh, yes please! And roll me out of here when we're done. Go for the all you can eat, grill your own, meat selection ...of course assuming that no one is a vegetarian. Lots of sides, rice, and of course an assortment of meats that you grill at your table.

Date of visit: April 2015
Thank mnchuns
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