Kaya Korean Restaurant

2/F Bonifacio Stopover, 31st St. cor. Rizal Drive, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Kaya Korean Restaurant
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Julie L.
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One of the restaurants my family used to go to was Kaya (when it opened a decade ago) cause my parents were good friends with the owners. At that time you'll get that "sawa" factor when you keep on eating the same thing or cuisine for a time period. Lately, I've been craving the food from restaurants we used to go to. I had an intense craving for Korean beef stew which is my favorite.

We were in BGC and got excited when I found out there's Kaya Restaurant at Stopover BGC.

Kalbi Jim (Php 295) aka Korean beef stew first dish we ordered. It is not the same, it wasn't as spicy compared to what we were used too.
Japchae (Php 270) sweet potato noodles mixed with black mushroom, vegetables and beef and Bulgogi (Php 260) grilled beef marinated sirloin steak tasted the almost same but it wasn't like it used to. Like the meat were thicker before and it wasn't as oily.
Fried Rice (Php 160) vegetables, spam and egg fried rice. Don't remember having this a decade ago but i liked the right amount of seasoning for this mixed rice.
Godeungo Gui (Php 390) grilled fresh mackerel. My dad requested for this dish since it's one of his favorites from Kaya. He was pretty had pretty happy with it.

Bulgogo Dolsot Bibimbap (Php 300) assorted vegetables, egg and beef bulgogi in a hot stone bowl. Wasn't able to try this cause it's my sister's husband who ordered it.

I asked the manager if the owner is still the same and he said that this branch was a franchise. So my family and I are planning to visit the original restos in Makati.

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