One weekend, I woke up craving for Samgyeupsal. It's basically Korean Bacon, just a tad thicker, that you roll in a lettuce and dip it on chili paste. It tastes good! When I was in Korea, I had Samgyeupsal at least once a day (I was there for a week LOL).
My default go-to Korean restaurant was Bulgogi Brothers. But that night, I didn't feel like eating there. I wanted to try a new Korean restaurant. So, I relied on the the ever trusty Google and searched for Korean restaurants around Manila. The city was a big factor as I didn't want to drive too far. Luckily, there are Korean restaurants in Makati that a few people blogged about.
I checked where exactly it's located and drove there immediately.
So, yes, after googling for Korean restaurants, I decided to try Manna Korea Garden.
Manna Korea Garden is an authentic Korean restaurant. It's owned by a Korean family, if I'm not mistaken. When I went there, there are more Korean families dining than Filipinos. That's always a good thing because it means the food is really good!
It's not a fine dining restaurant so if you're looking for ambiance, you won't see it in this restaurant.
Korean family on the next table.
Unlimited side dishes
2 orders of Samgyeupsal
PhP280.00 per order
I wasn't able to take a photo when the pork was already cooked because I got too excited about eating it. There were two kinds of Samgyeupsal, Original (PhP280.00) and Marinated (PhP320.00). We got original because it's their bestseller.
Steamed rice is not refillable though so you might need to order 2 cups of rice if you're really hungry.
Will definitely go back here to try other dishes!
Manna Korea Garden is located at San Pedro Street, Makati City.
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