Bulgogi Brothers

3:48 PM

Last time, me and my friends went to Bulgogi Brothers Korean BBQ Restaurant at Greenbelt 5 for dinner (thanks Grace for the treat!). It was very peaceful when we arrived. In fact, we are the first customers to arrive that night. Bulgogi is a korean dish consists of marinated beef and it's a very popular Korean delicacy in the world. 


The STAR of the night:

It's Little Tantan!

The staff served us a wooden plate with corn, sweet potatoes and quail eggs as Welcome Food while waiting for our orders. They also served house tea - Bori Cha or the Barley Tea. Then they served different Korean side dishes like Spinach Salad, Kangkong, Eggplant and Kimchi!

 

We also tried their Haemul Gungjung Mandu (6pcs) - P450, which were fried dumplings (similar to the Japanese Gyoza) topped with slices of squid, shrimp and mussels and served with their to-die-for chili sauce. Perfectly paired with the bibimbap or just the plain old white rice.


Then we had Bulgogi Brothers Special (P1495). We asked the servers to cook it for us since Little Tantan was with us and he might play with the food. Yeah! We missed the fun part!!! And it supposed to be heart-shaped. I dunno what happened to the meat after cooking. XD



It was a fun bonding time with my friends and Little Tantan! Pat, I hope you are feeling better now. We all love you!

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  1. Never been to a Korean resto. I just can't experiment on something I know I won't like eh. Tan tan looks so giddy about food tho.

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  2. I still saw hints that they are heart shapes. Tantan is very cute. And I learned something new today - bulgogi :) The welcome food on a wooden plate appeals to me.

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  3. I just had a try of Korean food once. But i didn't like it.. Sayang..

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  4. I loooooove Bulgogi!!! ...and it's a shame that I haven't been to this place yet.  But I'm definitely trying this out ;)

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  5. I'm craving for those spicy Korean food now! Whew!

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  6. I will check this out, the only korean restaurant i have ever tried was in baguio forgot the name of the restaurant though, but tell you what their korean dishes was superb

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  7. This post makes me hungry at 3:48AM.....I am craving for Korean food now....

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  8. want to try the bulgogi brothers special too...

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  9. Their steak looks delicious :) .. I need to check them out soon :)

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  10. oh! korean food is so healthy (except the fried ones) - makes the skin so pretty! ahaha and of course yummy! happy weekend!

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  11. Hi Carizza! I'm loving the lay out and content of your blog. What a great photographer and designer you are! It was nice meeting you at SNOE event. You are so nice and pretty :) Hope to see you more in events or lets just hang out sometime!

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  12. Love those healthy servings!

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  13. i love dining in korean restos because of the side dishes that come with the main course...ang layo lang nito.

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  14. I love the restaurant's interior and the food looks healthy and tasty. I should ask my husband to take me there one of these days. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. I've been hearing and reading a lot of good things about Bulgogi Brothers. Hope I get to try eating here soon.. :) 

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