May 05, 2018

Seoul Galbi in San Antonio Village

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  • With two branches that are both well received by foodies, Seoul Galbi is a favorite restaurant for many people looking for good Korean pork barbeque, especially imported cow meat, and a generous helping of side dishes. Make sure you visit Seoul Galbi soon!

    Seoul Galbi interior

    When a Korean restaurant is full of Korean diners as well as Japanese foodies, you can tell that the place offers fine dishes for an affordable price that you can dine in almost every day! Seoul Galbi has two branches: Poblacion and one in San Antonio. Having both in Makati makes this restaurant a crowd favorite for many businessmen for their post-meeting meal.

    Samgyeopsal (Php 290) grilled pork belly and Yangyeom Galbi (Php 720) seasoned pork ribs

    With a Korean owner and manager, Seoul Galbi has good service, good food, and delicious samgyeopsal (Php 290). You will find yourself enjoying so much, you’ll keep on ordering and eating! With a grill at every table, it’s like the place itself invites you to use it and order their meats, grill it your own way, wrap it in vegetables, and finally wash it down with a good cold beer. A perfect meal for those looking to relax after a long day of work.

    Yuke (Php 450 to 600) is a raw dish made from raw beef seasoned with spices and only uses the most tender parts

     Find Seoul Galbi now in San Antonio Village


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

                 
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