We visited the Lucky Chinatown Mall and looked for a great Chinese restaurant but we end up choosing Kogi Bulgogi.
The interiors of Kogi have a unique Asian feel with bamboo trees and smooth pebbles adorning the restaurant.
Kogi Bulgogi is a restaurant that can be enjoyed with meals to share. Most of their dishes are good for sharing.
As an appetizer, they served Banchan for a customer or a group of customers. Kimchi, beansprouts and sweet anchovies are regulars.
What makes Kogi different from other restaurants is that it specializes in tempering your orders’ spice level from 0 – 10, which is appreciated by Filipino market. You may request your dishes adjusted to your preferred spice level.
Filipinos are adventurous when it comes to their cuisines. Let's take a look at their menu.
Seafood Udong (P238) is a pan fried thick noodles with seafood. Jjajangmyeon (P230) is a wheat noodles topped with black soybean sauce with diced meat and vegetables. One of their bestsellers, Japchae (P258) is a stir fried vermicelli with beef, pork and mixed vegetables.
You may choose from their Rice Toppings Menu: Chicken Kalbi Bap (P220), Bulgogi Dub Bap (245), Hoi Dub Bap (P220), Sae-u Twigim Bap (P245), Jang-o Gui Bap (P390).
Bo Ssam is a must try. You may also want to try their Ssambap Menu, vegetable and bite size wraps: Sam Gyup Sal Ssambap (P225), Bulgogi Ssambap (P285), Kalbi Ssambap (P265), Chicken Ssambap (P250).
Enjoy your Bibimbap served in a heated stone pot at a minimum price of P210.
They offer four types of rice: steamed (P48), garlic (P55), fried (P85), kimchi (P105).
They also offer Gui or grilled favorites (P240 - P548) and Twigim or Tempura (P220 - P330).
Visit Kogi Bulgogi at their branches in Eastwood Mall, Gateway Mall, Lucky Chinatown Mall and Promenade Greenhills. You may visit their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages for more details.