QC got that KBBQ
If you’ve got a serious case of those Korean cuisine cravings but you aren’t sure where to eat in Quezon City, then we’ve got a treat for you! We’ve compiled a list of some of the best Korean restaurants in Quezon City that are sure satisfy even the biggest kimchi cravings.
Lee Hak – Quezon Avenue
A beloved mainstay of the Pasig-Mandaluyong KBBQ scene, Lee Hak finally opens their buffet doors to the hungry people of QC. With over 100 Korean dishes on the buffet menu, don’t be surprised if this affordable all you can eat buffet soon becomes your new favorite food spot!
Sambo Kojin – West Avenue
When it comes to unlimited Korean Barbecue buffets, Sambo Kojin has far-and-away become the go-to for many families and barkadas. On the off chance that you aren’t feeling Korean cuisine, Sambo Kojin comes complete with Korean and Japanese dishes that will satisfy the hungriest and even pickiest eaters.
Kko Kko – UP Town Center
Kko Kko proves that Korean cuisine has more to offer than just barbecue! Featuring a modern take on Korean fried chicken, Kko Kko serves up innovative takes on familiar favorites. One bite out of the Chicken Cheese Fondue will convert you into a Korean chicken lover in no time. Insider tip: Book with us and get up to p300 off!
Samgyupsalamat – multiple locations
When it comes to unlimited KBBQ, Quezon City has a lot to be thankful for. Popping up all over the North and opening more than its fair share of branches in QC, Samgyupsalamat has been leading the way for affordable, accessible, and amazing Korean barbecue buffets. This KBBQ chain is a definite stop in your QC-KBBQ pilgrimage.
Noonsaram Korean Dessert Cafe – Katipunan Avenue
In the mood for some Korean but can’t take another bite of grilled barbecue? Some bingsu may be in your future! Noonsaram Korean Dessert Cafe specializes in the popular Korean shaved ice dessert, perfect for cooling off and cleansing your palette. With flavors ranging from cheese to Oreo, we’re sure you’ll find the bingsu for you!
Soban K-Town Grill – SM North Edsa
Soban K-Town Grill opts for an adventurous take on Korean cuisine. Combining traditional Korean flavors with international ingredients, Soban K-Town Grill is able to offer dishes that are different yet satisfying. With treats like Kimchi fries and Korrito (Korean burrito), Soban K-Town Grill is definitely one of the more unique and unforgettable restaurants in Quezon City.
Romantic Baboy – multiple locations
In what can only and affectionately be described as an aggressive expansion into Quezon City (and into our bellies), Romantic Baboy has livened up the unli-KBBQ scene with their own brand of affordable and addictive Korean barbecue. Just one bite will definitely make those long lines worth the wait!
MOKJA – Maginhawa Street
It’s almost impossible to talk about food in Quezon City without mentioning the Maginhawa area, and MOKJA has got Korean cuisine covered! This Maginhawa restaurant has become beloved by the neighborhood because of its authentic and affordable Korean buffet that keeps people coming back for more.
Seoul Train Korean Barbeque – Tomas Morato
All aboard the Seoul Train! Presenting a unique spin on the typical KBBQ experience, Seoul Train Korean Barbeque offers an effective mix of Korean street food, Wagyu beef, and great wine. Whatever combination of culinary delights work for you, we’re sure that this is one train you’ll be boarding again.
K-Pub BBQ – Trinoma
Serving more than just great Korean cuisine, K-Pub BBQ in Trinoma is renowned for delivering the entire Korean dining experience. Cooking up a scintillating sensory overload, diners can enjoy breathtaking neon lights and live music as they feast on amazing KBBQ.
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