The Ultimate Guide to Manila’s Cheesiest Korean Fondue


It’s about time!

Who can resist cheese in its most glorious form? We noticed that Koreans have been getting creative when it comes to cheese, making it a fondue where you can dip all sorts of treats like Korean fried chicken, ribs, kimchi, fries, onion rings, and more.

In normal Booky fashion, we’re here to help our beloved readers decide which one to put in their bucket list, as we’ve compiled the restaurants we found that are serving the cheesiest Korean fondue! Or better yet, give all these a try and let us know in the comments section below which one is your favorite!

Kko Kko – various branches

Owned by Grace Lee, Kko Kko is a modern restaurant that serves authentic and reinvented Korean favorites that are mostly chicken dishes. One of their most-talked about dishes right now is their warm cheese fondue inside a round bread with chicken, fries and onion rings. Read our full feature here.

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Nikuya – Kapitolyo

Nikuya is a locally-grown brand that is the first to offer Korean BBQ and Japanese shabu-shabu in one place. Try their Cheese Sizzlers where you can have chicken, ribs, seafood, or beef over melted mozzarella cheese.

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G/F Estancia Mall, Capitol Commons, Kapitolyo, Pasig
(0927) 144-2881

Sibyullee – Ortigas

Sibyullee, being the third concept of the Happyfoods Group and award-winning Korean restaurateurs Mr. Sung Rah and wife, Mrs. Yoo Chang, serves modern Korean fare such as their Volcano Kimchi Fried Rice and the Galbi Cheese Barbeque where you can enjoy beef, vegetables, buttered corn, egg omelette, rice cakes, and thin slices of potato, by dipping them on melted cheese. Read more here.

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G/F Ayala Malls The 30th, 30 Meralco Ave, Ortigas, Pasig
(02) 958-6986

Cheese-o-holic – Maginhawa

Cheese-o-holic is a humble food stall at The Station Maginhawa food park, specializing in all kinds of cheesy dishes. Their cheese fondue is in a bread bowl, served with sausage bacon bites, chicken pops, and potato wedges. Read more here.

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The Station Food Park, 178 Maginhawa, Sikatuna Village, Diliman, Quezon City

Yoree – various branches

Yoree is a high-end casual dining restaurant that offers an extensive menu, with some familiar-sounding dishes such as the Bibimbap and Japchae, but they also have other dishes that may be new to your palates. Their newest offer is the Cheesy Dak Gang Jeong, composed of spicy fried chicken, steamed egg, fried kimchi, corn cheese, vermicelli dumplings, with mozzarella and cheddar dip.

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Jin Joo Korean Grill – BGC

Jin Joo is a modern Korean BBQ restaurant offering classics and innovative Korean specialties. Bestsellers include their 8-flavored samgyeopsal and Cheese Dung Galbi (baby back ribs wrapped in mozzarella cheese). Read more here.

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5/F Sky Garden, SM Aura, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(0917) 248-1777

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