March 24, 2014

Koreana Restaurant, Muntinlupa (CLOSED)

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  • Koreana Restaurant, Muntinlupa (CLOSED)
  • UPDATED: This restaurant is CLOSED as of January 15, 2019.

    Towards Alabang, you can find a restaurant that serves authentic Korean food, namely Koreana Restaurant. And just recently, this restaurant just got a new chef from Korea and re-opened its store with a new interior.

    Furthermore, Koreana is a restaurant known for its flavoursome appetizers that is thoroughly made. Customers can actually enjoy 8 varieties of side dishes that it offers.

    Sesame leaves might not be appetizing to some; however, when it is used to wrap around boiled shrimps and other appetizers, an innovative and tasty meal is born.

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    When it comes to its recommended menu, ‘grilled meat’ is on the top list. The fresh cooked ‘Flower Beef’ (P650) is like a beautiful flower that blooms. Its sauce that blends well with the tenderness of the meat creates an exquisite taste.

    In addition, this restaurant also serves Korean-style pancake called ‘Buchimgae’ that is created from flour and green onions. To add more, Haemool Pageon (P380) is this restaurant’s popular dish that is made from seafood, squid, shrimp, and green onions. So, if you like seafood, then this is the perfect dish for you.

    Besides on satisfying your tummy, Korean cuisine could also help you to have a beautiful skin or to have a stronger stamina. It is a kind of food that can be enjoyed by you and your whole family.


    A gathering of large number of people (in private rooms)

    A wide living room

    around P1, 000/ per person

    Recommended Menu:
    Flower Beef (P650)


    General Information

  • Lot L301, West Gate, Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang Muntinlupa City
  • (02) 771-1104
  • 11:30 am- 3:00 pm/ 5:30 pm- 11:00pm (last order at 10:30pm)
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