In the heart of Eastwood Mall, Libis Quezon City (2nd Floor) is a gem of a Korean restaurant, Soban K-Town Grill. I’ve actually passed by this restaurant a couple of times, but sadly didn’t get to try it.
From the outside, the restaurant looks super industrial, as if you’re eating in the city streets. Super cool! The fences separating one table from another set the look of the place.
Unlike my sister (Instagram: @lizeatingadventures), I don’t crave for Korean food or smokeless grills that much. After eating in this restaurant (thanks to Aldous for the invite), however, my affinity to Korean food has dramatically increased. Surely, I will eat here again!
Not only is the food good, but the staff is very efficient and helpful. This one is actually the pioneer branch—-thumbs up for a job well done!
The restaurant is under The Happyfoods Group (the same people—sisters Diana Tan-David, Donna Tan-Ng and Dorothy Tan-Dee —who brought Sariwon Philippines). They developed the concept of Soban K-Town Grill with Sung-Rah, an award-winning restaurateur from Korea. The owners were very kind and accommodating during our time there.
Here are a couple of the things I tried as well as my notes on them:
I’m looking forward to visiting this restaurant soon! What an experience.
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