Yoree Korean Barbeque Dining

Wagyu ribeye steak at Yoree - 2
Wagyu ribeye steak

Our friend Ria Bautista introduced to us one of the newest Korean restaurants in Bonifacio Global City. Upon learning that Yoree is a Korean Barbeque restaurant, we did not hesitate to accept her invitation to try the food at Yoree. Yoree is located in Forum BGC which is just a block away from The Fort Strip. Other Korean Barbeque Restaurants that are near to Yoree are Sariwon, and K-Pub BBQ. Continue reading “Yoree Korean Barbeque Dining”

Sariwon Korean Barbeque

Outside Sariwon Korean Barbecue

Most of the Korean restaurants here in Manila are usually set up by Koreans who decided to stay in the country permanently. However, it is seldom that a Korean restaurant chain is brought here. Sariwon Korean Barbeque, I believe, is the first Korean restaurant  has just recently opened its first branch in Metro Manila. It is at the heart of the posh dining district near the Bonifacio High Street. Thus, I guess you can already gauge how much this would cost if you dine here :D. Well, Sariwon is considered fine dining in Korea. Continue reading “Sariwon Korean Barbeque”

Chap Chee (Korean noodles)

Chap Chee (Korean Noodles)

  1. Marinate 1/4 kilo thinly sliced rib eye (Sukiyaki cut) in 3 tbsps soy sauce, 1 tbsp sugar, 1 head crushed garlic, 1 tbsp sesame oild, 1 stalk leeks finely chopped, 1 tsp toasted and ground sesame seeds, 1/2 tsp pepper. Set aside.
  2. Prepare vegetables: 1 whole carrot, julienned; 4 leaves Baguio Pechay, shredded; 1 small cucumber sliced thinly into rings; 2 stalks leeks, shredded into 2 inch long strips; 1 tbsp sesame oil. Continue reading “Chap Chee (Korean noodles)”

Let’s go Korean with Korean Bbq Express’ Bibimbap

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Korean Express is a fast food restaurant. It has a branch in Glorietta 4 Food Choices and I’m not sure if there are other existing branches. First, what is Bibimbap. Bibimbap is a popular Korean dish that is served in a bowl of warm rice topped with sauteed and seasoned vegetables, beef, sunny side up egg and chilli pepper paste (gochujang). Anyway, the picture above is not exactly what Korean Express is offering. Continue reading “Let’s go Korean with Korean Bbq Express’ Bibimbap”