Korean BBQ

Can anyone say no to korean food?? Of course no one, that’s why when my bestfriend and I found out a newly opened korean bbq reataurant in Las Piñas, we wanted to try it as soon as possible.

Sojungbang is located in Alabang Zapote Road, Almanza I, Las Piñas City. It is in front of the Almanza Elementary School, near SM Southmall.

It doesn’t look like a restaurant at first but a bar since it’s a bit covered and doesn’t have windows and such. Honestly, I was in doubt that it was the restaurant at first, hehe sorry.

But it is worth it! It’s very affordable, you can get to enjoy an unli-pork kbbq for only Php 350 with tons of side dishes and Php 450 if you want an unli-pork and beef kbbq!! 

The interiors are not that polished but it was okay, I was just bothered by the mess in front of the restaurant but it’s not that bothering especially when you got occupied with how god the food is. 

Like what I said, there are plenty of good side dishes to eat with your kbbq but what I love most is the kimchi and the ball-like food haha I don’t know its name!! 

Also, the soup I don’t like because it tastes like wine for me, is it just me??

And here is the star of the show, the beef!!! I super love how it tastes, it’s very delicious! I am just in awe. 

Here’s a peek on the before and after, yes, we didn’t finished everything because we are so full. Look at the lettuce, haha, it is barely touched becuase I don’t eat veggies for some reasons.

I really wanted to go to Korea becuase of this, their food and their culture (+ weather haha!). This is a must try korean restaurant, go check it out if you’re in the South. I advice to go early because it gets super busy at around 6 PM. 

I actually look forward to try this again soon!!

Good day, everyone!! 🌻🌻

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