October 14, 2016

Experience K-Town cuisine in Manila with Soban K-Town Grill

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  • Opened in May 2016, Soban K-Town Grill specializes in K-Town cuisine: a unique combination of traditional Korean cooking techniques and recipes with global ingredients and flavors. People who have been to Koreatown in Los Angeles, California will definitely be familiar with some of the dishes, while those who have tasted Korean food will be surprised at what else you can do with their recipes.

    6-flavor-samgyupsal-set

    AS KOREAN AS IT GETS. The 6-Flavor Samgyupsal Set is 540g of pork belly strips good for 3-4 persons and served with unlimited rice, soup and side dishes for Php1,420.

    One of the best dishes you can get at Soban K-Town Grill is their 6-Flavor Samgyupsal Set (P1,420). It’s a 540-gram serving of pork belly strips that’s good for 3-4 persons.

    k-taco

    A KOREAN TACO. Available for only P75, the K-Taco or Korean taco is made of soft flour tortilla with lettuce, kimchi, sour cream, cheese, and a choice of Korean barbecue meat—spicy chicken, pork, and beef bulgogi.

    korrito

    KOREAN BURRITO. A Mexican burrito with a Korean bite, the Korrito is a soft flour tortilla treat with fresh lettuce, kimchi, sour cream, cheese, kimchi fried rice, and a choice of Korean barbecue meat—spicy chicken, pork, and beef bulgogi—only for Php180.

    If you’re a bit more adventurous, there’s the K-Taco (P75) or Korean Taco, made with lettuce, kimchi, sour cream, cheese, and a choice of Korean barbecue meat – spicy chicken, pork, or beef bulgogi. There’s also the Korrito (P180), which is a Mexican burrito filled with Korean ingredients.

    You can find Soban K-Town Grill at 2/F, Eastwood Mall, Eastwood City, Libis, Quezon City. They’re open daily from 11:00 am – 10:00 pm, extending to 11:00 pm on Fridays and Saturdays. For reservations or more information, please call 02-441-8460 or visit their Facebook page (Soban K-Town Grill 소반).

                 
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