Best Fil-Kor BBQ experience in Makati: A review on Grill Eat Restaurant

Yep, I used the word 'Best as Grill Eat got me covered in terms of both Filipino and Korean meat grilling in one place and as of the moment, it's the only place that offers great selections of meats for grilling!



Ella's experience

Ambiance

The design is a mixture of the traditional Korean Samgyupsal dining and little bit of rock style with their front soju x figures display that serves as the highlight aesthetic of the place. It was a Saturday night when we visited the place and it's jam packed that time. It didn't take a long time for them to serve all the dishes.

There was an instance that the exhaust fall off our grill luckily, we haven't cook anything yet so the staffs transferred us on another table and quickly fixed it. That was fast! The staffs are actually accommodating, they'll ask you if you want refill on your side dishes or meat from time to time.


Meat choices



My friend and I appreciated the meats a lot. Why? They have pork, beef, chicken, hotdog, isaw (basically all Filipino grilled street food), tuwalya, beef Samgyupsal, liempo comes in different flavors but I highly recommend the chicken! They have their own cutter so your Samgyupsal would be freshly cut before they serve it on your table.



The side dishes

One thing that I noticed in terms of side dishes is that it is overwhelming, there are plenty of choices and that's a good thing. Though, at some point, I hoped side dishes would be in an order basis as we didn't get to enjoy all because we're only two and that there's still plenty to eat on our table.

Kimchi -- the first one is turnip (if i'm not mistaken), cucumber kimchi and cabbage kimchi. I personally think that the turnip kimchi tastes great but the other two is little 'Filipinized' in terms of the spiciness level and taste. 


Ensalada, Atchara and Spiced Vinegar sauce -- the ensalada is a great side dish indeed. I enjoyed munching on it while waiting for the meat to get fully cooked. As for the atchara and the sauce, it's the traditional Filipino flavor so it needs no introduction here. By the way, you can customize your sauce as they have bottled sauces available per table. 


Turnip, Indian Mango, Baby Potatoes -- turnip and mango are super great side dishes while eating grilled meat especially liempo. As for the baby potatoes, it's usual to see these cute potatoes in a Korean grill restaurant.


Bagoong, macaroni, kropeck (fish crackers) -- Not sure where the bagoong would suit the best but I can't seem to find where to exactly partner it. As for the macaroni, it's great to eat it in replacement of rice. You can also munch on the kropeck while waiting for your grilled meat.



Sauces

The first one is the salt and pepper to spice your meat up, the next one is the oil, as for the third, it seems like a bbq sauce and the last one is the samjang, the samgyupsal sauce. Both for Pinoy and Korean grill, they both produce great flavors!



Yup, it's soju bomb! They have different mixes that you can choose from. You may ask their staff for the available soju mix flavors!


Price
Here are your grill choices! 459 for Korean and Filipino unlimited meat and 359 for Filipino choices.

Ella's recommendations

1. Don't forget to order the chicken!!
2. You have the option to change your usual pan to grill so that it would be easier to grill the on stick items.
3. They are open from Monday to Sunday, just simply check on their page for the opening hours:
4. If you are the 'meat' person, then this is the best place for you. You might get overwhelmed with the amount of meat choices that you can eat. 


Location
Block 7 Lot 14, Sampaguita Street corner Jasmin, Pembo (5.41 mi)
Makati 1216 - Just in front of Ospital ng Makati

1 Comments

  1. Wow nakakatakam po. At ang daming pagpipilian. Sana matry ko ito soon.

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