Kiwa Korean Grill In Solaire

KIWA KOREAN GRILL – Here are some things to know about Kiwa, a Korean restaurant at Solaire Resort and Casino.

Samgyupsal or the famous Korean grill and other Korean dishes is currently a hit in the Philippines. And Kiwa at Solaire is offering nothing but the best of the Korean dishes – the finest experience of Korean grilling.

Kiwa Solaire – A Fine Korean Barbecue Grill Experience

Here are some details about Kiwa Solaire including the foods served and operating hours.

KIWA SOLAIRE – The finest Korean barbecue grill in the Metro is in Kiwa, a Korean restaurant at Solaire Resort and Casino.

Kung Bok Kung restaurant group brings us Kiwa, a place to dine on an authentic fine dining Korean grill. This is located inside G/F Solaire Casino & Resort 1 Asean Ave. Entertainment City. Kiwa, in Korean, is the traditional Korean roof tile and such a name was used for some strategy purposes. It is easily remembered and easily pronounced.

This restaurant uses Korean charcoal and an underground exhaust system for hassle-free grilling.

Check out the details below for making reservations:

Operating Hours

10:00 AM to 11:00 PM, Monday to Wednesday
10:00 AM to 1:00 AM, Thursday to Sunday

On its menu, there are Korean classics such as Yuk Hoe (soy-based raw beef mixed with pear and vegetables), Kimchi Jean (Kim Chi pancake), Yang Nyeom Galbi (beef short ribs marinated with special sweet soy sauce), Patbingsu (Korean style halo-halo with red bean paste), and many other choices.

Chadolbaegi-Salad, Yunuh Salad, Tomato-Yangsangchu Salad, Haemul-Pajeon, and Japchae are in the appetizer. The place also has an A-La-Carte Meals rice set, A-La-Carte Grill, Lunch Specials, Pork and Beef courses, side dishes, and drinks.

For the dessert, they have a Mixed Fruit Platter on the menu which costs Php 600.00 and Php 1,000.00 for regular and large, respectively. They also have Bingsus: Pat Bingsu, Watermelon Bingsu, Mango Bingsu, Banana Bingsu, Fruit Bingsu, and Choco Bingsu.

All prices are VAT exclusive and subject to a 10 percent service charge.


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