Korean Restaurants in Cavite
Korean Restaurants can now be found all over Cavite! Since I lived in Korea for about two years, Korean food became one of favorites. I made this post to make some reviews about the Korean restaurants I tried while staying here in Cavite.
1. Neul Bolm Korean Restaurant
- Address: 4120 Corner Ipil Street, Maharlika West, Tagaytay City
- Contact Number: (046) 41301536
We tried their Ssambap, Chadol Ssambap, and Pajeon. It didn’t disappoint my taste buds! The meat is well marinated and the vegetables are fresh. I also like the way they cooked the Pajeon. It’s not oily. They have plenty of side dished and the staff refills them from time to time. Two orders of Ssambap includes Denjang Jigye (250 pesos) and two cups of rice (100 pesos). You’ll save 350 pesos when you order two Ssambap!
I think their food is affordable. The meal ranges from 200-480 pesos. They also serve soju for 200 pesos. The location is also accessible. It’s near Sky Ranch. It’s open from 10am-10pm.
2. Fortune Korean Restaurant
- Address: 4118 Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Lucsuhin, Silang, Cavite
- Contact Number: (046) 683 3745
One of my favorite food in Korea is Bokkeumbap! I love the tast of Jajang mixed in fried rice so I tried to look for a Korean restaurant which offers Chinese Style Korean Food. You heard it right. There are lots of Chinese Restaurants in Korea that claim to offer Chinese food but those food aren’t available in China. The reason behind it is because there were Chinese settlers in Korea who made this dishes when they arrived in Korea.
When I went there, all of their customers are Korean. I think Koreans go there for Shabu shabu. It ranges from 380-580.
3. Let’s Eat Kimbap
- Address: Unit 9, Amethyst Building, Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Dasmarinas, Cavite
- Contact Number: 0947 791 8406
Let’s Eat Kimbap is a Korean Snack Bar. I found it while I was walking towards Philippine Christian University. It’s located in a building near Metrogate Dasmarinas. I ordered Kimbap worth 100 pesos and it tastes good!
The place is small but it’s well ventilated. They have televisions where you can watch some KPOP performances of your favorite idols. The Korean owner as well as the staff are approachable.
I know there are more Korean restaurants to be featured. However, I want to try them first so I can give an honest review. If you have some suggestions, feel free to write them in the comment section below. Thank you!