Bulgogi Brothers with my K-sisters

Bulgogi Brothers with my K-sisters! Kat is a Korean who’s been living in Manila for the past 10 years. She owns @kitkatmanila on IG. Follow if you love K-style goodies straight from Korea.

I met her through Farrah, the biggest K-culture enthusiast I know. Farrah calls Kat “omma” or mom, while I jokingly call Kat “unnie” or older sister. However, she begs to differ and says I’m more unnie-like between the two of us. On the other hand, Farrah likes to call me “halmeoni” or grandma whenever I dress up like this, lol. As I always say, “Tita fashion out. Lola fashion in.”

The 3 of us often talk about Korea when we’re together, so what’s a better location to further our love for all things Korean than the newly-opened Bulgogi Brothers at Venice Grand Canal? Below are some photos from our lunch date a few weeks ago:



As can be gleaned from its name, Bulgogi Brothers specializes in authentic Korean cuisine and bulgogi marinated barbecued meat, the best representative form of Korean barbecue. The word “bul” means fire and “gogi” means meat. From South Korea, Bulgogi Brothers opened its first international branch in Manila last September 2011 serving traditional and classic Korean cuisine like kimchi, barbecued meats, Korean steaks, stews, noodles, rice dishes and many more Korean specialties. Each table is equipped with its own built in grill for that wonderful fresh Korean grill experience.

Follow Bulgogi Brothers Philippines on Instagram and Twitter.

Visit them at Venice Grand Canal, Resorts World Manila, Greenbelt 5, SM Mall of Asia, Alabang Town Center, and SM Lanag Premier.

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