K-bbq in the South

I love Korean food so much!! There’s not a week I’m not craving for it. So my friend and I tried out Sariwon Korean Barbeque Restaurant in BGC.

Korean side dishes is love. Weeee! But I wish they were refillable as most Korean restaurants offer.Kriscel Go 2013 Sariwon-3

Jeonju Bibimbap (P300.00)

Japchae (P350.00), is good for sharing.

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We got free dessert. Yey! It’s called Sikhye─a traditional homemade sweet drink with malt and rice. The taste is light and refreshing, a great way to end a meal.

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Verdict: 4/5 (The experience was great and I really love their food. I would go back and dine here again if I have the chance. Just make the side dishes refillable! Lol) And it’s a bit pricey.

Address: 7th Ave, Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines
Operating Hours:
Monday to Sunday
11:00am to 11:00pm

Don Day!

Korean food never fails to make me hungry. Just by watching Koreans eat makes me crave for Koren bbq all the time! Good thing there’s an affordable K-bbq nearby our house. DON DAY KOREAN RESTAURANT is just along Malingap St. in UP Teacher’s Village right across Pino Restaurant. Don Day’s the interior is the typical ones you see in koreanovelas: long wooden tables and chairs and grills. It makes you want to order Soju. Lol

You have to try their Samgyupsal buffet (on top of the unlimited pork strips, you can also take already cooked food like japchae, gimbap, miyeokguk (seaweed soup), pancake and many more) and this only costs for P300. Not bad right?

On a side note, their restroom is clean, well, it is a plus factor for me since I am fussy when it comes to public restrooms.

If you have inquires, you can contact them through these numbers (02) 435-0528, (0905) 301-6208. And here’s the map just in case you are not familiar with the place.

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