I don’t know what you think about buffets. Overindulging is venial once in a while, but excessively fancy overindulgence is mortal sin.
Edzel and Gayle brought us to try the sanely priced all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue with matching banchan. At 390 Php. you’re in for limitless meats. sushi, kimchi, veggies, rice, etc. It’s worth every cent ‘coz you get to cook your own, so it’s you in the end. Most meats are premarinated, ready to grill, but condiments are also laid on the buffet table. I think I had too much pork liempo and beef belly dipped in my own sweetish toyo-oil-pepper concoction. The beef and spicy bulgogi were okay unenhanced.
The “palace” is a big traditional Baguio home. Decor is normal-nondescript. In a corner, racks of Korean costumes smile at you, hahah, selfies! There’s also a patio outside for those who like al fresco.
The Baguio Korean community is getting bigger through the years.
Kung Jeon Korean Palace 38 South Drive, Baguio City, Philippines Phone. Nos.: 074 446 7557 / 0927 321 6375
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