Bulgogi Brothers

I have wanted to eat at this place since I learned to like Korean food. It seems that it wasn't meant to be because this has been one of the choices for the past 8 outings but has never won. Last night though, it finally happened. We ate at Bulgogi Brothers.


Upon entering the place, the sweet smell of bulgogi greeted us. I inhaled and enjoyed the smell. He, on the other hand, was busily looking for a spot. Good thing there was a couch table available.

FM and I ordered the Seoul Style Bulgogi which is a sliced beef with vegetables. This is made of Bulgogi Broth is made of fruits, onions, and soy sauce. This costs only Php595.


We also ordered the Bulgogi Bibimbap which is a traditional Korean favorite. Great combination of bulgogi, various vegetables and rice. This was both nutritious and delicious.


It was a big plate but FM and I both finished it.  It was really really good. I also ordered the raspberry mint tea which was Php150 and almost finished it. I would have if my tummy wasn't so full already.


Overall, I would say Bulgogi would be on my top 3 but Ye Dang and Biwon still takes the cake.


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3 comments:

  1. Would love to try this resto when we visit Manila again :)

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  2. This store will definitely see me on February. I'm a lover of Korean foodies. It started when I had a tutorial stint for two Korean students in BF- P'que way back 2006.

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  3. haven't tried their bibimbap, love their gunjung mandu! try that next time :)

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