The looks are partly different from its Eastwood branch and at Promenade in Greenhills, a modern-Korean dining experience is dominantly evident with Kogi Bulgogi‘s newest location in San Juan. Kogi Bulgogi was first introduced in Eastwood Mall, Libis in April of 2010, and has since enjoyed a full house consistently.
The interiors of Kogi in Greenhills has unique Asian feel with a touch of modern Korea. It has wooden earth tones, and contrasted with the light and vibrant colored furniture that creates a delightful aesthetic balance. Kogi Eastwood has more authentic Korean feel with dark furniture that captures Korean atmosphere.
Kogi Bulgogi has a delightful fare of Korean dishes with Bulgogi being the bestseller. Other favorites in the restaurant are the Japchae, Soft Shell Crab Salad, Sae-u Twigim, Deungshim Gui, and Kimchi. Aside from its distinct spicy flavors, Korean cuisine noticeably balances their meals with vegetables which makes for an ideal dining experience.
The classic Bibimbap is already a complete meal with all the mixed ingredients served on the table. Bibimbap starts at Php 210. For those who loves grilled fish, it’s the Kon Chi Gui or Grilled Mackerel that will solve the appetite. Koreans, as they say, love grilled mackerel, and Kogi wants its customer to feel and taste that distinct experience. Kon Chi Gui is available at Php 240.
For those craving for ramen, the Hot Ramyeon could very well complete the desire for noodles, served hot. Hot Ramyeon’s available at Php 145.
All these and more are available at Kogi Bulgogi menu. The abundance of offerings makes your meal pleasurable, making Kogi Bulgogi a top choice for gatherings and celebrations. Check out more photos from the branch opening here.
Kogi Bulgogi has branches in Eastwood City Mall, Lucky Chinatown Mall and now at Promenade, Greenhills. They are opening up another Kogi Bulgogi restaurant in Gateway Mall, Araneta Center within the 4th quarter of this year.
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