Seoulful meal at Kogi Bulgogi Gateway Mall ♥


I recently ate at Kogi Bulgogi at Gateway Mall for the first time and it was excellent! I enjoyed a taste of Seoul gourmet that gave my plate a taste that brought me to Korea. 
Kogi Bulgogi is a Korean inspired franchise which offers a good selection of Korean dishes. Kogi is Korean for meat, and Bulgogi is a dish of marinated beef cooked with onions, one of Korea's most popular dish. 
Are you familiar with Ssam? Ssam, means "wrapped"

Leafy vegetables are used to wrap a piece of meat such beef, pork, chicken or other filling. It is often accompanied by a condiment known as ssamjang or gochujang and can also be topped with raw or cooked garlic, onion, green pepper or a banchan (small side dish) such as kimchi. 

In the past, it is believed that on full moon days, people wrapped rice in leaves of cabbage or dried seaweeds. Back then, when rice was often not readily available, it was the precious commodity for commoners. Eating clumps of rice wrapped with fresh 
greens have been regarded as “eating wrapped luck”. Since then, it has been a culinary custom of eating ssam as a kind of ritual appeal for good fortune. Even today, in terms of its nutritional value, having a meal of ssam can be seen as an act of “eating luck”. 

It is known as a healthy diet meal, because lettuce (which is a good source of vitamin A, vitamin K and Potassium) or sesame (that is rich in dietary fiber and has vitamin A, vitamin C and Riboflavin).
Eat any 4 of Kogi Bulgogi’s Ssam Wrap choices and still have a healthy balanced meal!
Dak Gui Ssam P385 
Dak means chicken in Korean while Gui means grilled dishes in Korean Cuisine. Grilled chicken in a chili sauce. 
Suygogi Gui Ssam P420
Grilled tender and soft beef
Bo Ssam P365
 pork, boiled in spices and thinly sliced
Black Angus Ssam P795
Available only in their Promenade branch, It's a Korean Steak in Ssam wrap version. 

A set of mini Korean appetizers such as Stir-fried dried and sweetened anchovies (mylchi bokum), glazed sweet potatoes, kimchi, cucumber, glazed bananas, pickled bitter gourd, etc.

KPOP Chicken 
P125 for 4 pcs/ P185 for 6 pcs/ P365 for 12 pcs

The KPOP Chicken is inspired from Korea's popular craze that's crispy and crunch and available in two flavors that you can combine as you wish in sweet soy wings or spicy soy. The sesame seeds and green onions adds the extra zest that makes this Korea's popular chicken. 

Kogi Bulgogi specializes where you may request  in adjusting your dishes to your preferred spice level from 0-10. 

Kogi Bulgogi's BIBIMBAP
Bibimbap is my favorite Korean dish. The combination of spices and with the taste of ground meat brings out the magic of the dish. 
Tuk-Bulgogi (Bulgogi Pot)
Well marbled marinated premium Korean beef with golden mushrooms, tofu, vegetables, and glass noodles on light sauce.
Cooked and simmered on your table. 
Hot and spicy jigae (Korean Stew) dish made with uncurdled dubu (tofu). 

Man, my mouth starts to water thinking of these already. I can't wait to go back!  
Watermelon Shake 

Nothing beats watermelon shake as a thirst quencher on a hot day. It was so delicious that I was able to finished two glasses. 
Fruit Shakes are also available in Mango Flavor! I love Fruit Shakes.  
They also serve my favorite Refreshing Melona ice cream and other must-try Korean ice cream. 

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Explore the flavors of Korea! 
Visit Kogi Bulgogi Branches:
EASTWOOD MALL 470-6884 to 85

Tell me what you think? I would love to hear your comments and suggestions.

THANKS, Much Love, Rochelle

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  1. whew! nakakagutom naman ang mga foods na yan, Tuk-Bulgogi- parang nakakaintrigang tikman, Sundubu-Jigae- hot and spicy like ko rin i-try yan,medyo feel ko kc mga hot and spicy food....


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