With Hallyu (Korean Wave) being at its peak in our country, a lot of us are getting hooked on learning the Korean culture especially their food and cuisine. No wonder why Korean restaurants offering authentic Korean cuisines started to show up all over the Metro.
For the past few years, I have tried a lot of these restaurants offering Korean food, and there is only a handful of them have given me the satisfaction for the authentic Korean taste that I was looking for.
Just recently I found a hidden gem for authentic Korean dishes in the Metro. "Busan Kitchen", the name itself speaks of their humble beginning, using only the authentic Korean ingredients, the freshest meats, and vegetables. Their menu is savory, fresh, and one-of-a-kind.
Their mouth-watering and savory dishes were delivered on our doorstep, and We were able to try the following:
A meal set packed with flavor and color, with the meat perfectly grilled which you can heartily enjoy when wrapped in lettuce together with its side dishes like kimchi and scallions that will further bring out the taste of the meat.
Don't fret since the set has rice in it, you won't be craving for it and I honestly liked it paired with their jaeyuk bokum, which consists of marinated pork loin(Korean Moksal)which are stir-fried with kimchi and red chili pepper paste, gochujang. The spice is something that you can handle not too much burning sensation so you can really enjoy it.
Their eggroll looked like it was cooked on a K-drama series, not mushy or overcooked, just right taste that will make you bite for more.
Lastly, Sogukki Miyokuk (Beef Seaweed Soup) made the entire meal complete, after being curious of its taste as I watched seaweed soup being cooked on some of the K-dramas I watched, I really felt that the entire meal was like a journey and authentic experience of Korean Food
How to order :
Lunch : 11 am delivery time
Dinner: 6 pm delivery time
Reserve Your Order
◾Message to Busan Kitchen Facebook Page
◾Mobile No: 09959869358
Tueday until Sundays
Busan Kitchen also accept advance orders.
Do you also like Korean Food? What are your favorites?