Have you ever been in an authentic Korean Restaurant with an eat-all-you-can concept? Nowadays, "K" is is becoming a phenomenon. A trend that is slowly but surely capturing the mass base of the consumer market not only in terms of pop culture. Korean Restaurants are now in the midst of competing with the more established restaurants in the country. I may not be surprised that in the coming years, Korean Restaurants would be part of everyone's dining schedule.
Before 11 in the morning, we headed to the BGC. We made a deal to have lunch at this restaurant at Php 999 per person for unlimited hours. I find the rates to be reasonable and I think we made a great deal via Metrodeal.
Just look at what you are getting! Actually, that's why Korean food is somewhat similar yet entirely different from Filipino cuisines. There are a lot of condiments in Korean Cuisines. Sometimes, the number of condiments make it overwhelming to eat in this restaurant. But actually it is not. There are instructions on how to eat Korean Food. And the staff are friendly enough to help you out.
The restaurant's ambience evokes everything that is typically Korean. The TV monitors, with a giant "Video Wall" in the middle, are all playing Kpop music. As we satisfy our barbeque cravings, we enjoyed K-Pop music continuously playing in this restaurant.