KBBQ at home? Yes please!

LAST UPDATED: June 1, 12:23pm

Unlimited banchan, unlimited rice, and unlimited meat freshly grilled to your likeness… oh how we miss our go-to Korean BBQ restaurants during this community quarantine, if only there was a way to satisfy those cravings…

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Good news! If you’re not confident with your DIY Korean BBQ skills then you’re in luck, a number of our favourite Korean restaurants are open for delivery so you can enjoy your favourites right at the comfort and safety of your home.

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Awarded “The Best Korean Restaurant” by the Seoul Metropolitan Government. Sariwon is also famed for its Legendary Bulgogi and Galbi or Barbecued Beef Short Ribs, with the New York Times proclaiming it as the “The Most Tender Succulent in Seoul.”

Photo from @jhade.quiacos

Soban K-Town Grill

Pick up those tongs and chopsticks and become your own chef at Soban K-Town Grill, a restaurant where you can get your fix of unique Korean-Mexican fusion dishes like Korean BBQ, Korean burrito, and Kimchi Fries.

Soban K-Town Samgyupsal Set
Photo from @soban.ktown


From the successful group that brought you Sariwon’s traditional and authentic Korean bulgogi and Soban K-town Grill’s unique Korean-Mexican dishes, we can finally enjoy modern Seoul Barbecue and street food dishes at Sibyullee!

KBBQ and Banchan from Sibyullee
Photo from @sibyullee

HappyFoods Group of Restaurants, the group that manages the three well-known and sought after Korean BBQ restaurants, Sariwon, Soban, and Sibyullee, have announced that they will be open for pick up and delivery starting 13 April 2020!

You’ll be able to order a select number of ready-to-cook dishes from the meats, kimchi, and various sauces. It’s also nice to know that for every delivery, riders will get a free packed meal from their kitchen as well. Here are further details,

Check out the menu here.

  • Min. order of P400
  • 10 AM to 3 PM
  • Should order one day prior to desired date of delivery
  • Mode of payments are limited to bank deposits (BDO, Metrobank) and GCash only.
  • Send in your name, address, mobile number, and order (quantity + item) to just one of the numbers below.
  • (Via Viber)
  • Kel 0977 829 1339 | Joward 0956 0412 515 | Dan 0933 525 2790

View more info here

Kko Kko

Kko Kko is a modern Korean chicken house that highlights both traditional and contemporary recipes from owner Grace Lee and her mom. In just a little over a year, the restaurant has become known across the Metro for their Chicken Cheese Fondue, but also serve a la carte samgyupsal!

They are open for takeout from their available branches but also for delivery via FoodPanda.

Photo from @kkokkoph

View their Facebook page
See available branches


Yoshimeatsu is also open for delivery but currently, only their Banawe branch is operational. They’re open from 11 AM to 5 PM and deliver only to select areas in Metro Manila available via Grab Assistant or Lalamove Purchase Service.

Check out their menu here and can contact them at 0995 378 9272 or 8 256 8074. Please take note that they’ll be closed on April 5, 9, and 12.

Photo from Facebook | yoshiimeatsu-banawe

Yoos Korean Meat Grocery

Get all your Korean food needs from this Korean grocery in Ortigas. They’re open for delivery to Ortigas area, Pasig, San Juan, and Mandaluyong and are open from 8 AM to 8 PM. They have meats like samgyupsal, woosamgyup, bulgogi and have kimchi to various sauces. You may contact them at (02) 6336960, 0995 644 0774, 09989311113.

Photo from Facebook | Yoos-Korean-Meat-Grocery

Ye Dang

You can enjoy the Ye Dang experience right at your home as they’re open for pick-up and delivery! They’re open from 11 AM to 7 PM but are closed on Mondays. You should contact them one day prior to when you want your food delivered with your name, address, ETA of delivery, and order to 0917 812 0286. You can view their menu here.

Photo from Booky

Samgyup sa Bahay

For those who don’t know yet, Samgyup sa Bahay has been bringing the Korean BBQ experience straight to your home for quite awhile now and it’s good to know that they’re still open during the quarantine. They’re open for orders for Metro Manila daily from 10 AM to 3 PM and you should order one day prior to when you want your food to arrive; they also have a P350 delivery fee.

You can contact them at 0997 218 4975; 0947 200 1276; (046) 418 3911; 0947 200 1276 or message them directly and view their menu through their Facebook page.

Photo from Facebook | Samgyupsabahay

Jin Joo Korean Grill

Jin Joo will be a definite hit for you and your friends. Offering up beef and pork options – with 8 of them marinated in mouthwatering flavors such as Honey Garlic, Curry, Red Pepper, Smokey BBQ to name a few – at Jin Joo Korean Grill, your satisfaction for something meaty, smokey, and no doubt, savory.

Delivery: Yes (via Grab Express and Lalamove)

Available for delivery at Glorietta branch from 10AM-4PM only. See more info here.
Photo from @jinjookorean

Premier The Samgyupsal

Take out: Yes
Delivery: Yes

Available only at the Mabini branch. See more info here.

UKB Unlimited Korean BBQ

Take out: Yes
Delivery: Yes

Pick up and deliveries made from 10:00am to 8:00pm. See more info here.

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