Wednesday, May 4, 2016

My Korean Experience at Soban K-Town Grill

It was a year ago when my daughter introduced me to Korean food and from then on, it became a habit of ours to eat in a Korean restaurant whenever we are in Taft and after every show in CCP

I love eating their famous samgyupsal especially with their side dishes. It was actually a family bonding of sort because everyone has something to do like grilling, ordering for refill and for me, I just love to eat. (I leave the paying of bills to my other daughter)

And now there’s a new place we can bond that is much nearer to our place as Soban K-Town Grill. 

Soban K-Town Grill is located at the 2F of Eastwood Mall and I was invited to get to experience redefined Korean dining

Meaning “small tray or table” in Korean, Soban K-Town Grill’s menu reflects its culinary vision of providing quality, yet affordable food by weaving traditional Korean ingredients and techniques with American comfort food, dashed with the Mexican street food culture.

Here are their recommended sets of menus that I found truly worth every cent of my money

The 6-Flavor Samgyupsal Set is 540g of pork belly strips good for 3-4 persons and served with unlimited rice, salad, soup, and egg roll appetizers for Php1,420.

Solo grilled chicken set is only Php325 for 120g. 90g and 180g sets are also available for Php310 and Php360, respectively.

Solo grilled pork belly set available at P355 for 120g, with 90g and 180g options at P315 and P405 respectively.

A Mexican burrito with a Korean bite, the Korrito is a soft flour tortilla treat with fresh lettuce, kimchi, sour cream, cheese, kimchi fried rice, and a choice of Korean barbecue meat—spicy chicken, pork, and beef bulgogi—only for Php180.

Grab a hold of the beef korilog rice bowl—beef bulgogi with kimchi fried rice topped with a fried egg—for only Php135.

Available for only Php75, the K-Taco or Korean taco is made of soft flour tortilla with lettuce, kimchi, sour cream, cheese, and a choice of Korean barbecue meat—spicy chicken, pork, and beef bulgogi.
Smothered with cheese, roasted pork bits, and kimchi, the kimchi fries is good for 2-3 persons.

Coffee Trio P135.00

Coffee Prince P 120

In Soban K-Town Grill, one key inspiration it longs to share with the Filipino market is combining traditional Korean techniques and recipes with ingredients and flavors all over the globe, to produce one-of-a-kind dishes. Here is the characteristic of the Korean food evolution happening in K-Town communities over L.A, New York, Hong Kong and more, led by Korean immigrants with ties to the past and to the present. Set to revolutionize the local food scene, Soban K-Town Grill graces the Philippine shores with offerings—some familiar while others unique—for a redefined Korean dining experience.

The brainchild of the collaboration between Mr. Sung Rah, Sariwon Korean Barbecue’s award-winning restaurateur from Seoul and the Happyfoods Group behind Sariwon Philippines, Soban K-Town Grill is the first of its kind in the country. It is a place where one can grill pork (samgyupsal) and chicken (dak galbi) barbecue, marinated in six mind-blowing flavors, explore a line-up of scrumptious K-Tacos (Korean tacos) and Korritos (Korean burritos), and enjoy such delectable dishes in a hip restaurant ambiance that can easily become the new neighborhood joint.

Soban’s offerings are generous in serving, but most importantly, in taste and experience. As the only K-Town Grill in town, with affordable, value-for-money prices, and a hip ambiance to dig in the flavorful dishes, Soban is definitely the choice for a go-to neighborhood joint.

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