Php 395 for Bibimbap and Php 110 for Bottomless Ice TeaDescription
A healthy mix of stir fried beef, vegetables and rice.Personal Review
Before the last full show of the much awaited Dark Knight Rises, hubby and I had dinner first at Bulgogi Brothers. Been hearing and reading great reviews form this restaurant. The place was gorgeous, it's like being transported to Korea and entering a high class Korean restaurant. The staff are very polite and took care of assisting us to our table and handing us menus. Hubby and I shared a good laugh when we saw the Bibimbap on the menu. Our daughter likes to play Pucca restaurant and one of the dishes was Bibimbap. So we ordered this dish and a couple of drinks.
While waiting, I noticed that the kids were served with a cute plastic plate. We were definitely going back with our daughter. We were served free hot teas. The food came and it was... raw... The vegetables were evenly sliced and the egg on top was rare. It was when the waitress started cooking that we realized we bought dinner AND a show She cooked the Bibimbap in front of us and it was great. A bit smoky at first when the raw beef sizzled but the ventilation helped.
I almost wanted to order another dish so she can keep cooking, eventually we started to eat. The Bibimbap was good, like stir fried beef over rice. The vegetables were still crisp and fresh. The barbecue sauce was sweet and tangy. Good for sharing between two persons My ice tea glass was never empty, staff made sure to refill it immediately.
Love the place, will definitely come back and order more food next time Personal Rating
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