FOOD STOPS: Bulgogi Brothers SM Mall of Asia

Well we will take a break from Thai, American, Japanese for now as I stop over to Korean Cuisine with Bulgogi Brothers located in SM Mall of Asia. And with this stop we also got to check out new on their menu that gives more diverse choices aside from the Beef Bulgogi and Kimchi.

Well speaking of Kimchi, I admit I am not a fan of it because I used to be a sweet fan forever, but being exposed to many spicy cuisines like Thai and Singaporean converted me to appreciate the flavorful taste of spices. And knowing that Korean food involves spicy choices, then I guess its time to be love kimchi.

Well will start with the welcome appetizers they have while we were waiting for fellow food bloggers.  Quail Eggs, Eggplant, Salad and Anchovies  and of course KIMCHI!

Among the appetizers, I love the salad which is a mix of spicy and sweet with the crispiness of fresh greens which makes it an interesting grub to start and not to forget healthy.

Now lets go to the main dishes of the night!

Spicy Boneless Chicken-  indeed no bones with this chick and it is glazed with rich sauce which is actually more sweet than spicy. With minimal garnish and actually good for sharing. It may not be as spicy as expected but can be a good companion dish for either beef, pork and seafood.

Beef Galbi - Beef Strips! Who could say no to these tender meats which is grilled over the induction cooker together with sweet potato and onion for garnish. It smells so good and best served medium rare. I can't believe that they cook so fast which makes less hassle especially for hungry customers.

LA Style Short Ribs - Strips of Beef ribs which has minimal bones and cut into thin strips like bacon. It's like bacon with bones which adds some flavor to the meat. But since its its not the whole ribs which can take some time to cook, it cuts grilling time.

Korean Pork Strips - I could say that this can be the same as bacon, somehow much healthier with less oil. The serving for sharing is very gracious and can be good for 3-4 persons. 

Grilled Apahap and Salmon - I have not appreciated grilled seafood because many reatuarants would have it burned on the side which we now is carcinogenic. But here at Bulgogi Brothers I felt a epiphany when I tasted the grilled Apahap fish and Salmon. The Apahap fish is soft and tasty and the Salmon is chewy and flavorful. Being a meat lover, this dish can make me a convert.

And to end the food stop, desserts is no other than Korean Ice Cream! Yes, those sweet treats like Melona were our way to end the hearty hearty and meaty food adventure at Bulgogi Brothers. By the way, do you know why it is called Bulgogi Brothers? I'll tell you in a bit.

Now time to pick the Highly Recommended dish of the stop. And I have to say it is the Fish duo of Grilled Apahap and Salmon. It was actually a surprize for their taste and texture. Also this is a new dish for Bulgogi Brothers as they also want to introduce seafood dishes aside from the Meat selections.


To answer the hanging question, they mentioned that Bulgogi Brothers name was because of its origins in Korea when the brand was started by partners which people consider as brothers and with that partnership the name Bulgogi Brothers was born. You can also check out the other branches located at:

Lower Ground Level, The Garden, Alabang Town Center
Alabang-Zapote Road, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila
(02) 919-6840

Level 3, Greenbelt 5
Legazpi Street, Ayala Center, 
Makati City, Metro Manila
(02) 621-6216

Level 2, Entertainment Mall, SM Mall of Asia
Pasay City
(02) 823-2778
(02) 511-0639



Level 1, Riverside Harbor Point Mall
Subic Freeport, Zambales
(047) 251- 0017
(047) 251- 0019

SM LANANG PREMIER
2nd Floor, The Fountain Court, 
SM Lanang Premier, Davao City
(82) 285-2882/
(82) 285-2593

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