Salang Korean Restaurant

2/F AIC Gold Tower, F. Ortigas Jr. Rd. cor. Garnet Rd., Ortigas Center, Pasig, Metro Manila

Salang Korean Restaurant
3.5 Stars

5 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
  • 4 stars 2
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 5 Reviews
  • 52 Recommend
  • 5 Reviewers

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AlwaysHungryPh P.
2.0 Stars

I’ve been seeing whenever I pass by near my house and I finally gave in and gave it a try. It’s a 24/7 place which is rare and at 10am I had brunch here.

It’s all about total experience and not just food. What didn’t workout was the place. I don’t know about you but Korean restos aren’t particular about ambience. It’s usually run down, dirty and filthy. The Koreans inside were also very loud and was smoking relentlessly despite the establishment not allowing it.

I had the Seafood Daenjang Jjigai Soup and the Octopus rice. Both dishes wasn’t that good. The octopus wasn’t fresh enough and had after taste. The soup is worse. Not much seafood to start and it had a pungent smell that I couldn’t take.

I’ll probably come back to try the Smoked Duck. Maybe just maybe.

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Avi C.
5.0 Stars

Much love for this Korean foodhouse. Food is always excellent. Try the Kimchi rice, absolutely to die for! 128077128077128077128077128077

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Tei A.
3.0 Stars

Went here during office lunch. I only got to take photo of our Steamed Dumpling. But we also ordered Marinated Pork, and Japchae. Food was delish and affordable. We were given second servings of their side dishes. Will come back to try other items128077🏻

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Unisse C.
4.0 Stars

Because of Camille S' review, I remembered that I haven't submitted my review of this place, despite eating here so many times already!!! 128584

Our usual orders here are: samgyupsal, tteokbokki, doenjang jjigae.

Samgyupsal is the Korean's grilled pork belly. You can actually choose to grill it on your own or they can grill it in the kitchen. I'll advice having it grilled in the kitchen to avoid smelling like grilled meat after dining. For every order of a 250g samgyupsal, you get one refill of lettuce.

Tteokbokki is the spicy rice cake that is so famous in Korea. Here, they serve the tteokbokki with some veggies and fish cake too! And an egg. 128514

Doenjang jjigae is translated to fermented soybean paste stew. I am a die-hard fan of the different jjigae that Korea has to offer... As in! I will order one if ever the restaurant has it. 128055 Soup lover. Anyway, in Korea, a jjigae is always served with a bowl of rice, and here in Manila, they usually do the same as well. It goes well with the samgyupsal because the pork can be pretty oily.

Now that's over, I'm craving for some Korean... Real bad. 128557

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Camille S.
4.0 Stars

I love how the place serves food for 24 hours. A must if they're in the center of Ortigas Center Business District. Plus, it's a better alternative to fastfood chains.

When we got there, the placed was almost full. Customers were mostly Koreans. The place is not that big so it eventually gets loud once all tables are occupied. Btw I love how accommodating our server was. He keeps on recommending good dishes without being too pushy.

We ended up ordering bibimbab and samgyubsal then a friend ordered gyudon. The bibimbab was good, the rice was delicious. The serving was enough for two so make sure to share it with someone when you come here. The samgyubsal had thicker slices than what I expected that's why I think I had a hard time biting it since I was only using chopsticks. Not sure what the "oil" that was served with the samgyubsal was called but it was a good complement to the pork slices. It also came with lettuce which looked so fresh and so green. The gyudon also had a generous serving. The beef and its sauce were flavorful and went so well with the rice. I just got a taste of it but I had an impression that it'll give you that umay factor after eating it.

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