Craving for some steak and ribs grilled right on your table? if you find yourself craving for a high-protein fix with a distinct Korean flavor, check out Bulgogi Brothers...
I recently visited the Greenbelt 5 branch of Bulgogi Brothers to try some steak and ribs, as well as some other house specialties and had a great time.
The interiors are bright and clean, modern yet traditional and cozy. A cool feature in all Bulgogi Brothers restaurants is the table top grill, where the house specialties are prepared right on your table.
For starters, we had a beef salad, Sogogi Naengchae (P 350), with tender strips of beef on fresh, crisp vegetables with a sweet Asian style dressing. Though you get some complementary starters at Bulgogi Brothers like the traditional Banchan plates of pickled vegetables and kimchi, I wanted to have a salad with beef. The beef salad was refreshing, with the sweetness of the dressing combining perfectly with the beef and vegetables.
The Bulgogi Bibimbap (P 395), loaded with thin strips of beef and vegetables on rice, topped with an egg. Pour some hot sauce and mix it all up for a great rice dish, a meal in itself.
The Kkotdeungsim Gui (995), a perfectly marbled ribeye, is presented to you before grilling. Once you give the nod, your server then prepares to grill the steak at your table. The sight, sound and aroma of a steak being grilled right in front of you is just something to experience, as you restrain yourself from diving in the grill...
No oil is used to grill the steak, as it cooks on its own juices and marinade. And after a few minutes, your server slices up the steaks, ready for serving. The steak was tender and juicy with a bold beef flavor. Simply perfect.
The Yang Neum Galbi (P 730), beef short ribs with soy marinade came next. Soft, tender and juicy, the ribs are are nicely complemented by grilled onions and sweet potatoes.
Previously, I tried the Unyang style bulgogi at Bulgogi Brothers, juicy marinated ground beef patties which I thought would also be great as burgers. Bulgogi Brothers also serves the Bulgogi Burger (P 295), with green and red bell peppers giving it a distinct Korean flavor. The sweet teriyaki like marinade of the patties and the vegetables makes this burger unique and different, a nice addition to the Bulgogi Brothers menu.

Overall, service was exceptional, and the food was great, perfect for large groups or family meals. Premium priced but well worth it. Next time you feel like having a steak, check out Bulgogi Brothers...find out more at my blog post, simply go to http://dude4food.blogspot.com/2012/10/steak-ribs-and-burger-at-bulgogi.html.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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