Korean BBQ & Grill
Waterfront Rd., Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Zambales
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"Bbq and girll" Loved this place!
At first Alec C thought the food was expensive because of he prices in the menu, but what we got was almost as much an eat-all-you-can dinner. Note: do not over-order. "Good for 2" really means "good for 2-3"
The meat and appetizers were high quality and authentic. Loved the steamed egg, kimchi, and sour soup too.
Will definitely love to eat here again.
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Take note: the photo of my Ssam-bap does not include the tofu soup that goes with the order and all this for only Php350!!!! Awesome late lunch at this Korean BBQ and Grill which is actually officially called Kyongbok Palace (but its name/signage is in Korean so Filipinos only know it as the Korean BBQ & Grill because the English sign only says BBQ & Grill -- Girll actually haha).
I ordered a calamansi shake to go with my meal and everything was delicious. From the sweetish potato cold appetizer to the kalabasa/squash appetizer and the various kimchi of course! I had to have most of it wrapped to go because I could not finish it. But it hit the spot in terms of satisfying my Korean cuisine crave. I actually went to the next door Korean place (Buma) first but they didn't have outdoor tables so I could enjoy the view/waterfront (I mean what's the point of being along the waterfront if customers can't dine and enjoy the view? Weird!).
Though the bimbap here is about fifty pesos more expensive (most of the items, actually, are a bit pricier compared to Buma) but the view makes up for it.
Minor dining challenge are the flies and they need to do something about it for outdoor diners like me (thus, only 4 stars and not 5). Otherwise, just eat indoors by the windows that show you the waterfront.
The seats outside are kind of dilapidated but gives a rustic beach feel.
I was looking forward to their Korean halo-halo but it wasn't available today (shucks!). Saved me some calories though. Haha.
Happy I chose to go Korean this time (versus my regular pitstop -- the Subic Park Hotel cafe).
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Liked their samgyeopsal. But seriously, bbq & "girll", talk about subliminal messages. You had one job
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