For years now, there’s a proposition that’s sure to get me all excited: all-can-eat samgyeopsal.
Ever since I had my first taste of juicy flavorful pork and beef pieces freshly grilled right in front of me, seasoned with sesame oil, salt and pepper, and given that distinct Korean flavor with a bit of ssamjang and thin garlic slices, I knew a new gastronomic obsession was born.
And that obsession holds true to this very day.
This is why I was overjoyed to be invited to a foodie meetup at Every Samgyeop. Not only is it a Korean resto specializing in samgyeopsal and other Korean barbecue variants, it is also located just a stone’s throw away from my office.
I first dined at Every Samgyeop early last year and have eaten there several times since but today was special: my foodie friends from #SaanSaPH and I were being treated to its “Eat All You Can: Unlimited Meat and Rice” set which was not yet in place during my previous visits.
For only Php499/person, you and your friends can enjoy unlimited plain and marinated meats which include:
Samgyeopsal (thick slices of pork belly)
Deepee Samgyeopsal (thinly sliced pork belly)
Soy Sauce Samgyeopsal (pork belly slices marinated in soy sauce)
Gochujang Samgyeopsal (pork belly slices in the traditional Korean spicy sauce)
Honey Butter Samgyeopsal
Hangjeongsal (jowl meat)
Woosamgyup (thinly sliced beef loin)
Soy Sauce Woosamgyup (thinly sliced beef loin marinated in soy sauce)
Gochujang Woosamgyup (thinly sliced beef loin in the traditional Korean spicy sauce)
Bulgogi (Korean sweet beef stew)
Dakdarisal (marinated chicken thigh fillet)
These meats come with special side dishes (called banchan) which include:
Ddangkong Jorim (soy braised peanuts)
Eomuk Bokkeum (stir-fried fish cakes)
Korean Cabbage Salad
You can also add Php50 to your meal set to get another order of calamaris as well as a bowl of steaming hot ramyun (Korean-style instant ramen).
Aside from its sheer variety of meats available, Every Samgyeop is also notable for its tender and flavorful pork cuts. Their secret is the dry aging process that they subject their pork cuts to which allows the enzymes present to further break down the meat resulting to enhanced taste and texture.
I had so much fun taking my turn to grill our meats, eating my fill and spending time with my foodie friends at Every Samgyeop and I look forward to my next visit!
Every Samgyeop is located at 58 Sgt. Esguerra Street (across ABS-CBN Main Building), Bgy. South Triangle, Quezon City. For inquiries and reservations, call +63 2 6212032 or +63 927 273555.
Disclosure: Together with other foodies from #SaanSaPH, I was invited to join a foodie meetup held at this restaurant. Food items mentioned here were served to allow us to sample the fare and were not paid for by the attendees, including myself.
Check out my posts about other Korean restaurants:
- Jang Ga Nae, Ortigas
- Masil, Ugong
- Arariyo, Antipolo
- All4U, Century Mall
- Samgyeopmasarap, Greenhills
- Every Samgyeop, Tomas Morato
- Oh My Korean Grill and Chimaek, Tomas Morato
- Gangnam Wings, Megamall
- Premier The Samgyupsal, Malate
- Korean Palace, Baguio
- All4U, SM East Ortigas
- K-Pub BBQ, Trinoma
- Neul Bolm, Tagaytay
- Masil, SM Megamall
- Saram, Sikatuna Village
- Fantastic Baka, Tomas Morato
- Soban K-Town Grill, Eastwod City