They say that good things come to those who wait. Especially if it’s Samgyeopsal 😛
Of course the last line is by yours truly. Or is it…hmm…
But seriously, one does have to wait at this resto for those meat eats. Those contraptions above ensure that you have a good grilled dish. As for the place, its interiors were really simple and casual. It was quite spacious. We were told that they have private rooms too for those big groups, and that it could get quite crowded at night.
I liked how their version of this wasn’t that sweet. It had the right balance of flavor that makes for one tasty dish.
These were all slowly laid out on our table. And yes, we had little space at this point. Haha. These were their pairings for their meat dishes. It includes a bowl of soup, egg dish and a salad. I couldn’t really name the others but I did like the taste of some. The served salad was my fave. It had this slight kick that meshed well with the fresh taste of the veggies. Now for the meat dishes, we had their Samgyeopsal (Grilled Pork Belly at P300) and Ganjang Dak Galbi (Marinated Chicken at P350). Rule here is you have to order at least two meat dishes so we decided to go with those. As much as I would like to take a photo of it, raw meat might not look that enticing. So, I just took a video of the actual cooking instead! 😀
It was kinda hard to take a video of the whole process while trying to eat. Haha. I loved its aroma and how it didn’t stick to our clothing. Taste wise, both were great though I preferred the chicken. It just had more flavor.
Lots of Koreans flock here which proves how authentic the dishes are. Some of the meat dishes are expensive (we got the affordable ones. Mwehehe) which could be reserved for those special occasions. Aside from grilled eats, they have other traditional Korean dishes to satisfy your hunger. But if you’re ordering those grilled dishes, just be prepared to play the patience game. 😉