Elegant Korean BBQ
Goryeo Korean Dining provides diners with an elegant take on traditional Korean BBQ by way of an extensive menu that includes a broad variety of tasty banchan appetizers, high-quality imported meats for grilling, and centuries-old recipes.
Goryeo is located within Okada Manila, which means that while we are going to the restaurant, we will have the opportunity to explore this stunning location.
To find the restaurant within Okada Manila, please refer to the map provided below.
Because we arrived a little bit too early, we had to wait quite a while before they opened their doors. We made our reservation through Eatigo, and it turned out to be a relatively affordable option. After confirming that our reservation was correct, they showed us to our table.
There are three separate dining rooms in the restaurant, making it perfect for more intimate groups. Elegant and contemporary tables feature cutting-edge smokeless grilling equipment for a pleasant meal without the smoke.
It’s a nice touch that you can watch as your food is being prepared for the grill right from this spot.
DISCLAIMER: My star ratings are based only on my own experience and do not represent that of other guests.
We prefer ala carte, but for just Php 1,499 ($26) you can try their ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT Korean barbecue feast.
We were then served an assortment of dips and appetizers. We are also provided with Danmuji, which is Korean yellow pickled radish.
The banchan is excellent, particularly the sausages, and it’s FREE with Unli Refill! They serve the following for us: Eggplant Mushroom Soy Sauce (Muchim), Kimchi (Napa Cabbage), Korean-style Spam & Eggs (Buchim), Sausage Yachae Bokkeum (Sso-Ya), Cucumber Kimchi (Oi Kimchi).
After a while, They finally began to serve our food. The first dish that was brought out was Haemuljjim, which is a traditional Korean hot sauce that is mixed with a broad range of seafood. Php 1,800 ($32).
The next dish is called So-Galbi Jjim, and it is a Korean braised beef short ribs dish that is cooked in a sweet and savory Korean sauce. It is soft, full of taste, and highly addictive.
In my opinion, you absolutely have to try some of their Galbi Jjim. Php 1,400 ($25).
After that, we gave their Jjampong a try, which is a Korean noodle soup with a spicy kick. It features an abundance of seafood. Php 800 ($14)
The next dish, Galbitang, is what I always get when I go to a Korean restaurant. Beef short ribs, stewing beef, radish, onions, and other ingredients constitute the foundation of this particular Korean soup, or guk. Goryeo’s galbitang is made with a lot more genuine ingredients than any I’ve had at other restaurants (to date of this post). Php 1,100.00 ($20)
And of course, the savory Korean pancakes known as Haemul Pajeon, which are my absolute favorite and are cooked to perfection here. Php 800.00 ($14)
It is now time to begin grilling the meat that we ordered, which includes the following:
• Dwaeji Moksal (Pork) – Php 900.00 ($16)
• Samgyeopsal (Pork) – Php 900.00 ($16)
• Toshisal (Beef) – Php 1,600.00 ($28)
You can make this high-quality meat even more enjoyable to consume after grilling by wrapping it with their free Ssam (leaf vegetables).
Total Bill: Php 9,300 ($162)
-50% EATIGO Discount
After Discount: Php 4,650 ($82)
Our experience here is incredibly wonderful, Check out our ratings to get an idea of how much we enjoyed our time spent here. Eatigo provided us with a significant price reduction. And after enjoying goryeo, we decided to continue our exploration of Okada Manila.
A projection show and the world-famous dancing fountain are presented each and every night.