Hwaroro Korean Grill Buffet at Php 399! Updated


Suddenly, I have rekindled my love for Korean BBQ. I have been back twice at Hwaroro recently and found out that Hwaroro Korean Grill didn't increase the price (Php 399) of its buffet + BBQ Grill since I first set foot on its restaurant back in 2013. So, I thought of sharing my very first experience at Hwaroro in this space. The good news is that Hwaroro now offers unlimited coffee and tea at no extra cost. The only difference is that it now has a two (2) hour time limit. Clock starts when the staff leads you to your table. Timer starts now!

My brother knew that DH and I are fans of Korean BBQ Grill. He suggested a restaurant along Scout Tobias St. called HwaRoRo Korean Grill. The signage is well-lit at night so if you are going there for dinner, you won't miss it!


 aside from unlimited serving of Korean BBQ Grill, there are other Korean dishes available

While DH was busy grilling, I had already picked my favorite Korean dishes like Korean Beef Stew and japchae from the buffet table



Japchae is a Korean dish made from sweet potato noodles, stir fired in sesame oil with various vegetables like carrots, onion, spinch and mushrooms), sometimes served with beef and flavored wiht soy sauce and sweetened with sugar.  - SOURCE


 Bulgogi's literal translation is "fire meat"


Bulgogi is a Korean dish that usually consists of grilled marinated beef, chicken or pork. - SOURCE


 Bulgogi beef and pork

Of course, I can't compare HwaRoRo's beef with what I usually buy from Tenderbites in Unimart, Greenhills. When I want to have Korean BBQ at home, I would buy Black Angus Boneless Short Ribs and it would cost around PhP 1929/kilo. The beef is marbled so it's very tender and very expensive! 

But for PhP 399, we got what we paid for, right? I think that's fair enough and there is no need to complain ; )

 lettuce wrap

No sesame leaves for sangchu-ssam available the night we had our dinner... waaaaaah!

ssamjang,salt & pepper with sesame oil and slices of garlic and onion
Ssamjang tasted different because sprite was added in the mixture. 

 my second plate

There's sweet & spicy chicken and porkKorean sushi and fried rice. The beef rib was hard to chew ; p

 watermelon for dessert

There's also pineapple available that night. We went home with our stomach full as usual. If we want a Korean BBQ quick fix, we would definitely be back at HwaRoRo!

Till my next entry! Ciao!

HwaRoRo Korean Grill Restaurant is located at 76 Scout Tobias St., South Triangle, Quezon City. For inquiries and other information, please call + 63 2 4102793   0917 5091756

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