Patrick and I, we’ve been bringing packed lunch to work these past few days and believe me, it’s so tipid. We actually agreed on not eating out anymore but guess what? It ain’t even a week yet and we broke the rules. I’m actually best at this, breaking rules. LOL. But this is our last pigging out, maybe. We’re trying to save up for a Korean trip on December, bless our savings and wallets, we’d definitely be thrilled to experience winter in Seoul.
And because we’ve been loving Korean everything right now, from snacks to noodles, to skin care and cosmetics (for me), we decided to try out K-Pub BBQ Restaurant. I’ve always seen them in BGC, and thank the soul of all the oppas in the world, this Korean Pop themed restaurant is now a stone’s throw away from us as they have opened a branch in Glorietta 1’s new roof deck.
According to their website, “K-Pub BBQ is a meat-all-you-can concept restaurant, infused with a Korean Pop Music theme. ” True enough, we were listening to KPOP songs all through out dinner. They have several menu choices to choose from, and we availed of their 599 DINNER EAT AND RUN package, where we were entitled to an hour of unlimited Samgyeopsal, Galbi and Bulgogi style dishes. Additionally, we were also allowed to get unlimited servings of Beef Sukiyaki, Pork Belly, Korean Style Bacon, Marinated Pork Belly in Sweet and Spicy Sauce, Marinated Pork Chop, Marinated Chicken in Sweet and Spicy Sauce, and Marinated Chicken in Sweet Soy Sauce) as part of the package. Our chosen menu also came in with unlimited complementary steamed egg, kimchi-pajeo, japchae, pizza, steamed rice and kimchi fried rice, soup, house salad, ssam (lettuce), side dishes for the day and sikhye (Rice Punch) for dessert.
I’ll bet my life on their Japchae and Samgyeopsal!
The pork was so tender and juicy, unlike those from other Korean restaurant where you get tough meat to chew.
The food servings were too much for two persons, and this is the most sulit 599 PHP Korean food trip you can ever get. Their staff were friendly and very accommodating. The ambiance made me even more excited to visit Seoul soon. I wonder what it feels like to eat food as great as these, or even better, in Korea itself. We’ll get there, we’ll be there!
And while I can’t fly to Korea yet, I sure would keep on coming back to KPub if I crave for Korean food. This is the closest I could get to Korea’s pop culture right now, so might as well make the most of it.