It’s time to get feastin’
Wether you’re clocking out from a hard day’s work or simply just craving for a hearty meal, you deserve to spoil yourself with loads of food! Korean BBQ’s been the tightest fad with being the next hunger-buster.
Don’t be ashamed to stuff yourself! Here are some of the best KBBQ joints located in Makati!
While other KBBQ houses only offer simple cuts of meat, Samgyupsalamat serves you 5 different types of beef and pork slices that you can enjoy! Indulge in their unlimited side dishes and savory dips (their cheese fondue is to die for!)
Insider Tip: Their steam egg is the ultimate palate cleanser, if you're looking for something light, fluffy, and balanced.
₱₱₱: Prices start at 399 pesos
Matgalne offers a cozy and humble space for you and your family to enjoy. Being a household name in the Manila KBBQ scene, Matgalne is no stranger when it comes to satisfying stomachs. Everything in this restaurant is unlimited, including their Samgyupsal!
Insider Tip: Try their unlimited (and healthy) gimbap and K-style Squash Soup!
₱₱₱: 399 pesos per head
At Dong Won Garden, what you pay is what you get! Being a little bit more pricey than its counterparts, Dong Won prides itself with their high quality fresh meat. The restaurant is open 24hrs so you can come in for the occasional midnight-munchies!
Insider Tip: Dong Won also houses their own mini grocery, selling noodles, canned meat, kimchi, and sweets all from Korea!
₱₱₱: They serve choices of pork, Wagyu, Duck all ranging on the price of 330-1,200 pesos.
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53 Polaris St. cor Jupiter St., Bel-Air, Makati
(02) 898-3558 / (02) 659-5160
Big Mama offers BIG spaces for you and your friends to enjoy! Their restaurant gives ample lounging for larger groups, hungry to dive into K-cuisine. Another plus? They cook your samgyupsal in the kitchen, so you don’t need to worry about smelling like a char-grilled-snack! (wink)
Insider Tip: Apart from the refillable dishes, people also go nuts for their Spicy Fried Chicken!
₱₱₱: The Samgyupsal sits at 400 pesos.
Joe Snack Grill
Apart from their Western name, majority of the diners at Joe Snack Grill are actually Koreans! (That’s when you know it’s really good!) Their ambience is simple and authentic. If you’re looking for a humble, and definitely not too showy spot, this restaurant is the one for you!
Insider Tip: Sadly their Samgyupsal is not unlimited, but they'll still keep you happy with their generous serving-sizes!
₱₱₱: Their Samgyupsal sits at 320 pesos.
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6244 Don Pedro Street cor Cayco Street, Poblacion, Makati
All 4 U is a Korean hotpot buffet restaurant where guests can enjoy grill and shabu-shabu refills!
Insider Tip: Enjoy one free Melona ice cream after every meal!
₱₱₱: Their prices start at 599 pesos.
Bornga guarantees to give you the authentic Korean taste. Their beautiful and classic interiors welcome both groups of family and friends. With over 80 branches across Asia, their main restaurant standing in Seoul, Bornga continues to satisfy Korean food lovers everywhere!
Insider Tip: Their specialty is the Woo Samgyup, a thinly sliced beef brisket coated in their signature umami dressing! (yum)
₱₱₱: Their Samgyupsal is priced at 400 pesos.
Their Mega Meat BBQ Set for 4 gives you 1,200g of high-quality, premium meat! Talk about getting stuffed! You can get your samgyupsal cooked for you, or choose to show those ‘Master Chef’ skills off and cook it yourself!
Insider Tip: 'Soban' actually means 'small tray' or 'table!'
₱₱₱: Their Mega Meat BBQ Set is priced at 1000 pesos.
Jumong is a popular spot for tourists and locals. With their reasonable prices and insanely huge servings, Jumong gives you everything they can give– even their time! Yes, that means they’re also open 24hours everyday!
Insider Tip: Pair your meals with a cup of their traditional Sikhye. It's a sweet, korean rice beverage that contains grains of cooked rice and sometimes pine nuts.
₱₱₱: Their prices range from 350-800 pesos
Managed by a Korean couple, this hole-in-the-wall restaurant takes you on a journey through the different tastes of authentic Korean food. Apart from taking home the smell of the delightful grilled meats, you’ll also be leaving with a satisfied stomach.
Insider Tip: Don't expect a fancy and high-end restaurant, Min Sok is all about being straightforward and indulging you in a savory escapade!
₱₱₱:Their Samgyupsal prices at 320 pesos.
Donu Pork & Beef Grill offers unlimited KBBQ and a bountiful buffet area. If you’re not feeling the all-you-can-eat vibes, you can also get your samgyupsal à la carte. They’re also open 24hrs everyday!
Insider Tip: Make sure you committ to it! If you're getting the buffet, finishing it all would be the goal. They charge for leftovers!
₱₱₱: Unli pork is for 399 pesos, while unli beef + pork is at 499.
With two branches standing in Makati, Seoul Galbi has quickly become a crowd favorite. Aside from the good food, they also have incredible service!
Insider Tip: Wash down all that KBBQ with a cold bottle of their house beer!
₱₱₱: Their samgyupsal is priced at 290 pesos!
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5362 General Luna, Makati, 1210 Metro Manila
478-4254 / 824-0393
This restaurant is what you may typically call a ‘Tita Place’— But all for good reason, of course! Korea Garden gives you a homely vibe, with their rural interiors and traditional Korean recipes. You’ll surely feel at home at here.
Insider Tip: Try their Tak Kui, or grilled spicey chicken thighs!
₱₱₱: Their Samgyupsal is priced 340 pesos.
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