A new Korean BBQ place to be is Gogii Yolii, a restaurant trending for a reason.
GOGIII YOLII – Samgyup restaurant Gogii Yolii is currently trending not only because of its aesthetic interiors but because of its premium food.
The South Korean fever has slowly enveloped the country and anything Korean business and stuff have become successful. One of its examples is Korean barbecue or also called samgyupsal. And currently one of the trending places for unlimited Korean BBQ is the Gogii Yolii.
It is located at #67 Timog Ave. Corner, Brgy. South Triangle 1103 Quezon City. On its Facebook page, it said that it is a “restaurant that can transport you to K-drama scenes while enjoying authentic Korean food”.
In terms of design and interiors, everything looked very Korean – minimal and pleasant to the eyes. The restaurant had a soft opening last November 15. But the pleasing environment is not the only thing they can offer because they have a wide array of Korean foods from side dishes, main dishes, meat, dessert, and drinks.
They can assure their customers that their “appetizing, authentic Korean meat dishes” will satisfy their samgyup cravings.
On their menu, their meat selection comes with spicy sliced pork, sliced pork, garlic herb pork, pork enoki roll, sweet soy sliced beef, sliced beef, beef enoki roll, sweet soy chicken, and spicy chicken fillet.
Their Banchan also comes unlimited cheese and rice. They have buttered corn, pickled radish, stir fried fish cake, braised potato, candied sweet potato, glass noodle stir fry, spicy pickled cabbage, and many more.
with unlimited Banchan and iced tea and inclusions such as deonjang Jjigae, spicy chicken wings, egg soufle, kimbap, vegetable pancake, homemade iced tea, dessert
with unlimited Banchan and iced tea and inclusions such as deonjang Jjigae, spicy chicken wings, egg soufle, kimbap, vegetable pancake, homemade iced tea, dessert, fresh shrimp, tuna sashimi, salmon sashimi, tempura basket, and cheesy scallops
They also have a la carte meals like Galbi Jjim, Sundubu Jjigae, Kimchi Jjigae, Galbi Tang, Dolsot Bibimbap, Jeonju Bibimbap, Mandu Guk, Dak Gangjeong, Cheesy Buldak, Cheesy Ribs, Dak Burger, and Kimchi Sandwich.
They have an ordering limit of two hours and a la carte orders will be the only ones allowed for takeout. There will also be a charge of Php 100.00 for every 100 grams of leftover meats, may it be cooked or uncooked.
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