Soga Miga in Silang Cavite Serves A Good Deal of Unlimited Korean BBQ
It looks like the Korean BBQ craze is not stopping anytime soon. In fact, there is probably at least one establishment offering unlimited samgyeopsal anywhere you go now—and one of which is Soga Miga.
In Silang, Cavite, particularly, a horde of Korean restaurants can be found along the stretch of Emilio Aguinaldo Highway. However, Soga Miga stands out the most due to their wide range of meat and side dishes.
Soga Miga boasts a spacious and well-ventilated dining area as well as 10 to 12 private dining rooms. Currently, they have a promo that you should not miss.
For only Php 699, you can avail of not only unlimited authentic Korean BBQ but also a variety of Korean food.
The promo covers various choices of meat like samgyeopsal or pork belly, pork steak marinated with soy sauce, pork steak marinated with chili paste, beef short plate, and beef short plate topping with sauce.
Unlimited authentic Korean BBQ at Soga Miga Silang
That’s not all as this plate of unlimited Korean BBQ also comes with a bunch of side dishes to savor.
Side dishes include spicy rice cake or teokbokki, egg soup or gyeranchim, ramyeon, seafood pancake or heamul pajeon, dolsot bibimbap, japchae, and more. Take note that these side dishes are also unlimited!
Unlimited side dishes are comprised of spicy rice cake or teokbokki, egg soup or gyeranchim, ramyeon, seafood pancake or heamul pajeon, dolsot bibimbap, japchae, and more.
This unlimited fare can be shared by two, three, or more persons. Just make sure to only order what you can finish as they implement a no leftover policy.
Inside are charcoal-grill tables for big groups of diners and private rooms for 4 persons and more
For those who are in the Metro, you can relish Soga Miga’s Unlimited Korean BBQ at their branch in Festival Mall, Alabang.
How to get here
- Soga Miga Silang is located at Remulla Drive along Daang Radyal Blg. 2 in Emilio Aguilando Highway. Nearest landmarks are Rodem’s Korean Restaurant and Garden Cafe and Amira’s Buco Tart House.
- Parking space is available in front of the restaurant
This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese and English Magazine November 2019 issue.