I was not a big fan of buffet and anything all-meat restaurant, however, it was last year when I get to enjoy all these restaurants in south Manila where most of them are offering all meat buffet and Korean Grill. I was on Keto for 3 months from January to March 2018, and during that time, my diet is to eat more meat, proteins, fat, and veggies. That’s when I started loving the Korean bbq grill.
Since I haven’t been to Korea yet, I cannot divulge if the menu in Biwon is all authentic Korean meal however, the owners are Chinese/Korean and their chefs are trained from the first Korean restaurant here in Manila many years ago. Biwon Restaurant is located in Pasay, just along the national road of EDSA Pasay, a few meters away from MRT TAFT Pasay.
They have been in the industry since 2002 and they’ve been serving authentic (as they claim) Korean dishes such as Bulgogi, Kimchi which they make it every day so it’s guaranteed fresh, fish cakes, and many more. Also, Korean group tours are their frequent customers which they cater a minimum of 20 to 30 pax every day. The restaurant also holds a Korean Wedding reception since their restaurant interiors are traditional Korean.
Just an FYI, the restaurant do not offer to EAT ALL YOU CAN because their food is very affordable and everything is for sharing of 2 to 3 pax. Also, the good thing is that for every order of the Main dish, you will be served with 3 side dishes and rice. Good deal, right?
I, together with Kath of Taraletanywhere, Zeus of Olympusdownsouth, and The Chui Show were able to try a few of the best food choices in their menu.
Osam Bulgogi – a squid and pork dish with a little spiciness perfect for Filipino taste buds.
300 Pesos good for 3 to 4 pax
Ojingo Bulgogi – a stir-fried squid (mildly spicy) served in a sizzling plate.
Good for 2 to 3 pax
Chap Chae – a savory stir-fried glass noodles mixed with meats and veggies.
Good for 2 to 3 pax, 350 Pesos
Galbi Jjim – a tender braised beef with a little sweetness. If you are familiar with BEEF PARES, then this is the closest Filipino dish
300 Pesos, food for 2 pax
Beef Bulgogi for 400 Pesos, good for 2 to 3 pax.
Haemul Pajeon – a seafood pancake that is savory and perfect for an appetizer.
370 Pesos, good for 3 to 4 pax
I will surely be back here since it’s very accessible and close to my home. They also have ample parking space and very accessible for public transportation.
Lee Rosales is the woman behind the Lifestyle and Travel Blog http://ilovepaars.com and www.mommalee.com . Follow her adventures as a solo parent and a solo female traveler.