My mom always eats at the same restaurant in Eastwood. I told her there were other just as good places to eat. So we took her to Kogi Bulgogi because she has not eaten Korean cuisine yet!


I ordered the traditional Bibimbap to share. The appetizers arrived and sure enough, they were a huge hit with my parents. They especially loved the dried dilis type as well as the sweet potatoes. My hubby as usual devoured all the kimchi, eww
I love the giant togue veggie because it was a bit salty
The staff was kind enough to give us a second helping of the appetizers, burp!

Bibimbap arrived and we all shared the steamed rice surrounded by fresh cut veggies and stir fried beef. The best way to eat it is to mix everything together before serving it. BUT we had to remove some of the carrots because my daughter loves it
The bibimbap was good, good for sharing but I think my parents loved the appetizers more hahaha!
Menu
Appealing Appetizers
Bibimbap Php 210
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
Date of Visit
2013-09-22
Spending Per Head
₱200 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
Bibimbap
5
Taste
4
Decor
5
Service
5
Hygiene
5
Value
0
0
Restaurant's Other Review
Kogi Bulgogi (Libis)
Korean for Dinner
I had dinner with some friends at Kogi Bulgogi in Eastwood since Eastwood is the location accessible
tuffy06
Level4
2013-11-14
Kogi Bulgogi (Libis)
Korean food bleh
I am not really into Korean foods but since it was a treat from our big boss, who am I to resist?
lences1217
Level4
2013-10-12
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Maki from Kogi
I have always been a very big fan of Korean and Japanese cuisines.So if there’s one restaurant whi
Iamnotaglutton
Level4
2013-06-23
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