April 24, 2018

Kaya Korean Restaurant in Bel-Air, Makati

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  • Korean dishes are becoming more popular in the food scene in Manila nowadays, but there have already been a few Korean restaurants located in Manila even before the recent trend. One of these is Kaya, a Korean casual dining restaurant in Jupiter Street in Makati. Kaya Korean Restaurant opened in 1993 and has branched out to six other locations to offer authentic Korean food to everyone.

    Kaya’s interior is light and homey

    Known for their Kalbi Jim (Korean short ribs), Haemul Pajeon 9Seafood Pancake, and Bibimbap, Kaya Korean Restaurant takes pride in being the favorite go-to dining place of many golfers coming from Manila Golf and Country Club during weekends.

    Their main branch in Jupiter street has six private rooms that can accommodate groups of up to 80 people. Being in the Makati CBD area and having many branches, they also became a popular weekday lunch spot for a lot of guests. With this, it’s safe to say that Kaya is one of the most tried and tested when it comes to Korean dishes.

    Nakji Bokum (Php 450). Made with sizzling spicy baby octopus & vegetables

    Jokbal (Php 900) – Steamed pork knuckle with fresh lettuce

    Other branches of Kaya Korean restaurant are in Glorietta 4, Robinsons Place, Paseo Center, Power Plant Mall, SM Megamall, and The Podium. The Jupiter branch is open from 10:30 am to 2 pm and from 5:30 pm to 11 pm daily.

    Dolsot Bibimbap (Php 350) – Rice topped with assorted vegetables in a hot sizzling stone pot

    Yook Hoe (Php 450) – Seasoned fresh raw beef

    In Kaya, enjoy delicious food and good ambiance. Now that you know where to find one of the best Korean restaurants in the Philippines for authentic Korean dishes, be sure to visit them soon!

    This also appears in Volume 122 of Philippine Primer Japanese Magazine.

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