|Korean J Grill – Home of Tender Juicyness|
Hello dearies! If you follow this blog for quite some time, you would know how much hubby and I loves Japanese cuisine like maki and ramen. However, for this particular “date”, we thought of why not try something new to our taste buds? So while looking for a place to eat along Tomas Morato we found Korean J Grill and decided to try them out.
I love the Korean vibe with bricks and wood consonance all over the place.
It is also cozy and quiet where you can talk comfortably while enjoying your food. Since the place is small for a restaurant they reserved the mezzanine to accommodate more guests, especially during peak hours.
Each table has a stove top grill or to have shabu shabu.
The first floor consists of 5 big tables which are good for about 20 to 25 persons altogether.
Japchae is a stir fried noodle dish mixed with slightly-cooked vegetables. The noodles is made of yam starch.
|Korean Rolled Rice 150php|
|Scrambled Egg on the pan and Korean side dish|
|Galbi Sal Beef Ribs 450php|
Trying out their best seller Galbi Sal Beef Ribs with homemade Ponzu sauce (sweet sauce with onions) and sesame oil. This is also served with mushrooms and sliced pumpkin. Hubby feels that the beef lacks in taste which I agree, as we are expecting it to be flavorful. They also serve miso soup (not in the picture) and tastes delicious. My favorite is the Japchae because of its sweet blend sauce and stir-fried vegetables.
Overall, the food is good and the ambiance is perfect for family or couples who prefers a quiet place to dine in. Price-wise, I find it reasonable as one order can be shared by two or more people. Moreover, the staff is approachable and quick when attending to our needs. It was indeed a unique experience and will definitely try their shabu shabu on our next Korean cravings.
Korean J Grill is located at Unit A-1, 186 Tomas Morato, Sacred Heart, Tomas Morato, Quezon City and opens from 11am to 4am.
Thanks for dropping by! 🙂
A millenial mom (of two boys) who has passion in makeup and motherhood in between.