Soban K-Town Grill in Eastwood

I love Korean food and I'm always excited to try out new places so here's a recent one that I'll like to share with you today. 

Soban K-Town Grill is the newly opened hip and modern Korean joint located in Eastwood Mall. 

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. Set to revolutionize the local food scene, Soban K-Town Grill graces the Philippine shores with offerings—some familiar while others unique—for a redefined Korean dining experience.
(Left to Right)  Managing Partners of Happyfoods Corp:  Donna Tan-Ng, Dorothy Tan-Dee and Diana Tan-David; (middle)  Sung Rah, President of Sariwon Korea 

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, Soban K-Town Grill is the first of its kind in the country. It is a place where one 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.
Meaning “small tray or table” in Korean, Soban K-Town Grill’s menu reflects its 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. 
One can 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 Solo Samgyupsal and Dak Galbi Sets are also a certified feast for the senses. Available in 90g, 120g, and 180g servings, one can choose to grill from six luscious barbecue flavors for the pork set, while the chicken set offers the fruity, spicy, and doenjang flavors. 

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.

The best way of eating Korean BBQ meats is to wrap them with condiments and greens inside a fresh lettuce. 

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. 
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 bowls, the Korean tapsilog and chixsilog, resting on kimchi fried rice and topped with fried egg.

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.
Coffee Prince- Try this Homemade coffee ice cream on a bed of salt graham and Korean red beans as the perfect ending to a spicy feast. Yum!
Ice Cream Trio- 3 scoops of homemade ice cream in a bowl. You can choose from three different flavors: Cookies & Cream, Vanilla and Coffee. 

Soban’s offerings are generous in serving, but most importantly, in taste and experience. Soban K-Town Grill is affordable, has value-for-money prices, and a hip ambiance to dig in the flavorful dishes, Soban is definitely the choice for a go-to neighborhood joint. I can't wait to go back again. 

Thank you Mr. Sung Rah for the generous tasting session. I had a great time with all the other invited guests. 

Opening Week Promo: FREE KIMCHI FRIES for the first 50 groups who dine in from May 6-15, 2016. 

Soban K-Town Grill is located at 2nd Floor Eastwood Mall, Quezon City. 

For more information and to stay updated on their latest promo, 
Like Soban K-Town Grill on Facebook
Follow and tag on Instagram and Twitter @soban.ktown

Share your dining experience on social media with the hashtag #Krazy4SobanKtown 

Have a great weekend!

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  1. Ganda ng mga pictures. I'm deciding to get mirror less narin tuloy. hehe


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