Donu Pork & Beef Grill

Polaris St., Bel-Air, Makati, Metro Manila

Donu Pork & Beef Grill
4.4
4.5 Stars

5 Reviewers

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  • 5 Reviews
  • 35 Recommend
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Category:
Korean
Business Hours
Open 24 Hours
Phone
+6328976878

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Most Recent Reviews

EJ D.
5.0 Stars
2

DoNu grill is a 24hrs Korean restaurant and is by far the closest taste from the ones you can eat in Korea!

They have generous servings for Banchan (반찬) and you could also ask the servers to give you a refill. Their Kimchi (김치) is actually being imported from Korea and you could also buy from them!

Their Osam Bulgogi (오삼 불고기) is actually really good! One of my favorites! It is actually quite better than the one I had when i was taking a vacation in Korea!

I love their Kimchi Stew (김치 찌개) as well! I don't usually eat rice with this one! Most of their meals is actually good for two! Unless you haven't eaten all day!

If you happen to have extra Korean won as well, you may use it to pay your bill, just as long as the Korean owner is there! A ₩1,000 can already buy you a Melona Ice cream and you even get a P5 change even if you refuse it! Hehehe such a 귀여워 아저씨!

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Stacy C.
4.0 Stars

I was not fond of korean dishes but this place "opened" my palette to their cuisine. Their Samgyupsal is our usual recovery food after happy hours in Makati. I agree with other reviewers when they said that they have unlimited supply of their limited appetizers. Hehe.

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Ralph C.
4.0 Stars

Food reviews aren't my stuff but for the good love of all things Korean esp the FOOD, I'd recommend to try this somewhat low-keyed kitchen at the heart of Makati Ave/Poblacion area dubbed as the city's entertainment-hub (well, I was alluding to red-lighted bars and stuff like those...) 127982127982128678128678128516

Their Samgyeopsal may really be worth trying for its kind-of-a-bit-cheapskate price tag. Also have tried their pajeon and it was quite a lot better from other korean pizza/pancakes I've ever tried. Our samgyeopsal-bibimbap-pajeon combo was hell a lot better than we've expected and 'good one' at least for korean food-lovers to try. 128077

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Chichi T.
4.0 Stars

Underrated Korean restaurant in Makati. Didn't know this existed. Until I saw it last night while looking for parking. The piggy sign really called me folks.128055 Plus, Salt was fully booked. So we tried this unfamiliar restaurant.

To my friends, they know how much I love Korean food. The likes of Jumong, Makchang, Ye dang, Korean Village, Jang ga Nae and of course Sam won have been my go to place. If someone is craving for Korean food, those are the "not commercialized" authentic Korean restaurants on my list. And I'm so happy I'll add this hidden gem 128077

They serve unlimited appetizers 128077 However it's unlimited yes, but limited in choices 128078

I love their grilled meats. The only missing was the marinated ones, I didn't see it in their menu. Maybe I was too famished to look further.

My Korean food staples:

Bibimbap. Oh guys don't get fooled, it's really good 128077 Even if it has so much veggies than rice? 128517

Pajeon: This was good. But then where's the usual sauce? 128513 Although it's not bad for the price.

Galbichim: We didn't order cause we were really too full to function 128517128523

We've ordered the beef jowl and Samgyupsal. Good grilled meats. Add some lettuce and their kind of coleslaw plus the sauces offered, definitely a hearty meal. Comfort food for Korean Food lovers.

Donu, not bad. Not bad at all 128077

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Paola P.
5.0 Stars

This place, for me, offers the most authentic Korean food in the metro! I recommend this place very, VERY much cause everything was so delicious, and yet, at an affordable price. We were the only Filipinos eating at the place during that time; everyone else was Korean. The place doesn't look fancy, though. Definitely coming back for more! 10084

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