A-Won Korean Restaurant

2/F Commercenter Alabang, Commerce Ave. cor. Filinvest Ave., Filinvest City, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila

A-Won Korean Restaurant
3.8
4.0 Stars

10 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 2
  • 4 stars 5
  • 3 stars 2
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 12 Reviews
  • 9 Recommend
  • 10 Reviewers
Category:
Korean
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 10:00p
Phone
+6322469069

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Chili G.
4.0 Stars
2

After watching inferno, we were both tired from all the running in the movie 128569 so we just decided to have our dinner in commercecenter.
Haven't been to awon in a while, dunno why but I'm glad we tried it again! The Korean owner was there and a lot of Korean diners too so that's a good sign! We were both still full from popcorn so we just shared a bibimbap and a serving of bulgogi.
Too bad they didn't have the bulgogi in a stone bowl (dolsot?) but this one was good anyways. The bulgogi serving was surprisingly generous as well! Reminded me of the kawawa serving at Kaya 128518
Delicious sides, my fave was the bean sprouts. They really taste different from the local ones we have.
I'm pretty sure we'll get to eat here again soon 128522

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Ian P.
4.0 Stars
3

Finally tried this place! The wifey and I LOVE Korean food so it was actually quite surprising that it took us a while to try this place.

We had a check up at Asian medical and we finished quite late so we were actually starving! Knowing that there would be a couple of side dishes we only ordered 2 meat dishes and a cup of rice.,... And 2 beers!
We ordered both the marinated pork belly and the bone in marinated beef. Both were excellent! Nice and tender and very juicy!
Service was prompt and efficient and we were even greeted by the Korean owner. The downer were the side dishes... They were all just pickled vegetables thrown into the same spicy sauce. Although it came with a small soup and scrambled eggs as well.
Like this place will go back for sure

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Rosey N.
3.0 Stars

Hmmmm... So we ordered Bimbimbap (P350), Japchae (P300) and Samgyeopsal (P300). If you plan on ordering meats to grill, they have a requirement of minimum two orders. Food was okay, but I am very disappointed with their Samgyeopsal coz it was very hard and thick, I could not bite into it if it was wrapped in lettuce.

I dont think we'll be coming back here bcoz we've tasted better.

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WhoaTIN C.
4.0 Stars

A lot of reviews on food already so I'll comment on the service and overall feel of the place.

My only problem with this restaurant was that they initially told us that they ran out of lettuce (how can a korean restaurant run out of lettuce?!), but then we saw the other table of Koreans being served with lettuce. So when we asked why they had and we we didn't, the server said she'll check the kitchen, and she came back with a basket of lettuce 128551

The floor is also slippery, so be careful especially if you have kids who like running around, or if you're carrying a baby! Also, I'm not a fan of dirty restaurant floors (who is?) So that's another 128078

The korean owner, however, was very engaged and was going from table to table asking about the food. The parents said that some of the food was too spicy for them and the owner said that we can actually request that they tone down the spiciness, upon ordering. 128077

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Maui S.
5.0 Stars

Loooove this place! Authentic Korean Restaurant down south 128525 We've been here couple of times but I didnt get to share you my experience so anyway...here you go.
My best friend who lives in Singapore was home for the holidays and for our post New year dinner I wanted to sip some Korean Kimchi Stew...because I was feeling under the weather. The best kimchi stew for me, spicy, flavorful, hot and can definitely help your decongested nose. We have pork and spicy chicken for barbeque, seafood pancake, egg (scrambled and sizzling) and rice of course. Everything was delicious, the seafood pancake is like an omelet 128077128077128077 There were free sets of kimchi for appetizer (there were cucumbers, okra, beansprouts, radish and eggplant slices (which they can refill for free but only until 2nd serving) 128513 Love this place because its clean, spacious and the price is cheap! Most of the customers are Koreans and you can only spot few Filipinos around. But nonetheless everyone is welcome at A-won to enjoy Korean food every day! 128521128525

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Marti M.
5.0 Stars

After months of checking out A-won from the reviews, we finally got to dine here!

We immediately ordered chapchae (Kandyce's favorite), bibimbap and sliced pork and beef for the grill (which we were so excited about). I'm much too curious with the idea of putting pork and beef as palaman for the veggie leaves.

Aside from the usual kimchi, onions as side dishes, they did offer boiled scrambled egg and vegetable soup (didn't remember their Korean names) as side dishes for the grill, perhaps and they were exceptionally good! Kandyce also loved the boiled egg which she ate with her chapchae.

Pork and beef are served fresh while they prepare the table grill. The pork and beef are cooked from their own oil (no cooking oil added) so it comes out teally fresh. Yummy fresh garlic is grilled once the pork and beef are ready. Then came the veggies (large leaves of crispy lettuce and another minty leaf which really is very good with the pork, beef and garlic).

You don't have to worry that you'll smell like grilled pork after dining as A-won's giant exhaust hoses indeed suck up the grill smoke (and smell) quite effectively and you won't have to leave the place smelling like grilled food.

Food items look expensive from the menu but when they're served, you'll think it's sulit. We paid around P2,500 for seven pax.

With that yummy treat, we are already excited for our next A-won visit!

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Yvette E.
4.0 Stars

Their samgyeopsal is good but it comes in really big servings so it's good for sharing. Their bulgogi is okay but I've had better. If you like spicy then you better try their noodle soup. Meals are generally affordable and I love that they have an assortment of Melona Korean ice cream available for dessert.

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Paolo S.
4.0 Stars

It's mostly a good sign when you're the only non-Korean family eating in a Korean restaurant. That's mostly been the case with us here at A-won. 128076

Nothing that really makes it stand out vs the other Korean bbq restaurants nearby... its just both really good and close by so how can I say no? 128540

Had the usuals - marinated samgyeopsal, woo samgyeop, LA kalbi, pajeon, japchae, kimchi chigae, bulgogi, bibimbap 128077128077128077Banchan selection was 128077128077128077 too!

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Chili G.
4.0 Stars

Since we weren't able to catch Avengers last Friday at commercenter, we just had dinner at a-won to suffice. Tried their bibimbap which was really good, very generous with the veggies but it was bitin for me so I ordered extra rice pa 128563
Got an order of galbi and pork samgyeupsal. Good and tasty. Lots of side dishes as well 128077🏼
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Chili G.
4.0 Stars

Had Easter lunch here with my husband and in laws. We've been seeing this resto whenever we watch movies at commercenter but always thought it was expensive. Not too much naman pala 128077
The most expensive thing we got was the super fresh as in alive when we arrived Lapu Lapu sashimi (in picture). 1100 fo 650 grams but super worth it. Pork and bed goes for around 350-700. Rice is 40 and all side dishes are unlimited.
Less one star cos their cooking process albeit unique is quite tedious. They don't have hot coals like in Sam won but charcoal chips made from coconut husks. So they put it in and they've to use the vent para mag baga (gets? Haha) anyways it's pretty scary to see some flames in the middle of the table. They also switch the grills between cooking beef and pork.
Php2600 for 4 people (2 seniors), 3 meat dishes, 4 cups of rice, the Lapu Lapu sashimi and 2 bottles of beer

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Chorong J.
2.0 Stars

Don't be fooled by the photo. I know it looks appetizing, but its not... This is not the kimchi chige that we love... Something tasted off about this soup..

We also ordered their Dejijalbi, it was..... Just blah. Nothing special.

Didnt like my dining experience here.... 128553

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Vincent Y.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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