Bulgogi Brothers

3/F Glorietta 2, East Drive, Ayala Center, Makati, Metro Manila

Bulgogi Brothers
4.0 Stars

6 Reviewers

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  • 6 Reviews
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  • 6 Reviewers

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱225 - ₱495

Most Recent Reviews

Trina H.
5.0 Stars

Forgot to take a photo because I was so hungry and the food was fantastic! I love the Bibimbaps, the Bulgogi and the service was uhhh-mazing! Gotta love eating at Bistro Group restaurants! 128151

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Emma Jane C.
4.0 Stars

"Guilt" free eat all you can with all the veggies

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Ruth D.
4.0 Stars

Ordered Japchae, which was really good, and Beef and Veggies Shabu Shabu, which was okay. These are good for 2-3 persons.

BB is part of the Bistro Group, and this Glorietta branch is shared with Modern Shanghai; you can order from both restaurants.

Service is slow and servers aren't very attentive. I am not sure if they were just undermanned. Nevertheless, I still liked this stay and enjoyed the food.

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Dave M.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Carla M.
4.0 Stars

Hi looloo! Thanks for sponsoring our family lunch today! Haha. I almost forgot I still have the P1000 Bistro Group GC you sent and it was only valid until today. Oops! 128517 So I treated my family to lunch Bulgogi Brothers' new Glorietta branch. The place is being shared by two restaurants (Bulgogi and Modern Shanghai) and you can order from either of the two.

We ordered Beef and Veggies Shabu Shabu and Japchae. We wanted the barbecued Pork Belly but they didn't have it. 128542 Before bringing in the main course, they served us banchan which has candied anchovies, kimchi, lettuce with spicy dressing, corn, and sweet potatoes. Not sure if it's refillable because didn't offer any refills. I would've wanted second servings of the corn and spicy salad.

Roxan, our server, prepared the shabu shabu for us. She let the broth simmer with the thinly sliced beef and veggies. Once cooked, she tossed in some ramyun noodles. I liked how al dente the noodles were. We requested the broth to be mild spicy. Yumm! She later on added the rice with seaweeds and egg to the broth and created a porridge. We were too full to still eat the rice porridge. 128517 It may not be the best shabu shabu (the hotpot in Taiwan still tops my list, uughhh!!) but this one's pretty good. 128522

My sister loved their japchae, she almost finished the whole serving while munching on the anchovies. She got kinda disappointed to find out that they don't offer samgyeopsal in Glorietta because she said they just ate one in their Greenbelt branch last week.

Service-- two thumbs up! 128077

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Mcsy J.
4.0 Stars

After a satisfying dig (LP album hunt) at the November Hi-Fi show in Dusit hotel my daughter was craving for a Topokki; a Korean delicacy similar to our Palitaw except for coconut it's served in a korean chilli sauce.
So when she looloo'ed for a place that's Korean, Bulgogi Brothers was on top her list.
To satisfy our cravings we ordered their Topokki but they called it spicy korean rice cake.
And for our mains we got the pork bulgogi.
The spicy Korean rice cake was tweaked to the Filipino taste buds because it's abit sweet as compared to the ones we get well; in Korea. But the pork bulgogi was superb and brought fond memories from our recent Korean trip.
So we decided this will be our favorite Filipino Korean Resto.
Oh and by the way, did I mentioned that the price is such a steal.
For the two orders it costs only 570. And with the bistro card privileges I only paid 268!
Damn what a steal indeed!

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