Today’s consumer palates seem to be unpredictable; which is why the culinary experts are not putting their masterpieces into rest. Master Chefs and innovative food experts alike spend most of their time in finding ways to recreate classic dishes, sometimes redefining the cuisine in the process. This seems to be the case for K-Town Cuisine.
Although Korean cuisine is not something new to the Filipinos, Soban K-Town Grill’s debut to the Philippines is still something to look forward as they offer a redefined Korean dining experience, thus revolutionizing the local food scene. In Soban K-Town Grill, one key inspiration it longs to share with the Filipino market is combining traditional Korean techniques and recipes with ingredients and flavors all over the globe, to produce one-of-a-kind dishes. Here is the characteristic of the Korean food evolution happening in K-Town communities over L.A, New York, Hong Kong and more, led by Korean immigrants with ties to the past and to the present.
If you’re looking for a new food adventure, Soban K-Town Grill is a must-try being the first of its kind in the country. It is a place where you can grill pork (Samgyupsal) and chicken (Dak Galbi) barbecue, marinated in six mind-blowing flavors, explore a line-up of scrumptious K-Tacos (Korean tacos) and Korritos (Korean burritos), and enjoy such delectable dishes in a hip restaurant ambiance that can easily become the new neighborhood joint.
Soban K-Town Grill is the brainchild of the collaboration between Mr. Sung Rah, Sariwon Korean Barbecue’s award-winning restaurateur from Seoul and the Happyfoods Group behind Sariwon Philippines.
A gastronomical treat fit for the books and closer to home!
The small dining table is present in every traditional Korean home, which they call ‘Soban’. In every Soban K-Town Grill’s menu, you will be able to see their culinary vision of providing quality, yet affordable food by weaving traditional Korean ingredients and techniques with American comfort food, dashed with the Mexican street food culture.
Here is how you can achieve your memorable foodgasm at Soban:
6 Flavor Samgyupsal Set
Start off the gastronomical adventure with a 6-Flavor Samgyupsal Set, 540 grams of grilled pork belly goodness. Good for 3-4 persons, this house specialty comes in classic original, fruity, and chili bean flavors while the soy garlic, doenjang or Korean miso, and wine flavors are subject to change depending on the season. The 6-Flavor Samgyupsal Set is served with unlimited rice, salad, soup, and egg roll appetizers for P1,420.
120g Samgyupsal Set
Choose to grill from six luscious barbecue flavors for the pork set, while the chicken set offers the fruity, spicy, and doenjang flavors.
Solo grilled pork belly set available at P355 for 120g, with 90g and 180g options at P315 and P405 respectively.
120g Dak Galbi Set
The Dak Galbi Set is also a certified feast for the senses.
Solo grilled chicken set is only Php325 for 120g. 90g and 180g sets are also available for Php310 and Php360, respectively.
Two other delicious selections are the Dak Bulgogi Set with caramelized boneless fried chicken and the Jeyuk Deopbap Set with stir-fried spicy pork belly rice bowl topped with fried egg.
All these affordable set meals are served with unlimited white rice, salad, soup, and egg roll appetizers with an optional upgrade to the signature Kimchi fried rice.
For those looking to eat light, appetizing, and enjoyable dishes, the A la Carte Noodles menu offers Gematsal Ramyeon and Beef Ramyeon—a Korean ramen made of homemade bone marrow broth—topped with a choice of crabstick or beef. Also available is a bouncy and perfectly-textured Japchae—stir-fried Korean vermicelli noodles with assorted vegetables.
Get a ramen fix with beef ramyeon—a Korean ramen made with homemade fragrant bone marrow broth topped with beef strips for only Php135.
Beef Korilog – For the A la Carte Rice collection, one can savor the mouthwatering Chicken Teriyaki Bap and Beef Bulgogi Bap – mixed rice with assorted vegetables and fried egg in a sizzling bowl. For something closer to home, explore the beef and chicken Korilog rice bows, the Korean tapsilog and chixsilog, resting on kimchi fried rice and topped with fried egg.
Grab a hold of the beef korilog rice bowl—beef bulgogi with kimchi fried rice topped with a fried egg—for only Php135
If these food coma-inducing K-Town Grill offerings aren’t enough to surrender one’s taste buds to Soban, grab a hold of something from Mr. Sung Rah’s line-up of personal favorites, Sung’s Picks, which promises an explosion of special flavors in every bite. These include the crowd favorite Kimchi Fries, K-Taco, and Korrito
Smothered with cheese, roasted pork bits, and kimchi, the kimchi fries is good for 2-3 persons.
Available for only Php75, the K-Taco or Korean taco is made of soft flour tortilla with lettuce, kimchi, sour cream, cheese, and a choice of Korean barbecue meat—spicy chicken, pork, and beef bulgogi.
A Mexican burrito with a Korean bite, the Korrito is a soft flour tortilla treat with fresh lettuce, kimchi, sour cream, cheese, kimchi fried rice, and a choice of Korean barbecue meat—spicy chicken, pork, and beef bulgogi—only for Php180
Beyond the serving, Soban’s offerings are generous in taste and experience. As the only K-Town Grill in town, with affordable, value-for-money prices, and a hip ambiance to dig in the flavorful dishes, Soban will definitely the next talk of the town among the foodies.
Having one of the most diverse desserts, at Soban, these triple trio ice cream is a must. Have a good chat while sharing! And this is one of Indira’s favorite!
The first K-Town Grill in the Philippines serving your favorite Pork BBQ (Samgyupsal), Chicken BBQ (Dak Galbi) and Korean Tacos in a bold new flavourful way! Head now to EastWood Mall at Libis to experience K Cuisine!