Kimchi (Korean: 김치 Korean pronunciation: [kimtɕʰi]; Englishpronunciation:/ˈkɪmtʃi/), also spelled kimchee or gimchi, is a traditional fermentedKoreanside dish made of vegetables with a variety of seasonings. It is often described as “spicy” or “sour”. In traditional preparation Kimchi was often allowed to ferment underground in jars for months at a time.
Last week on a Saturday night we thought of going to Seoul Garden in SM City North EDSA for the Korean BBQ Buffet. It was a family get together. I, Mom, Dad and my little brother enjoyed the Korean-Style BBQ buffet at Seoul Garden a lot. Though the price was very high, P645 per person but the quality of the food was very good.
I like Korean Appetizers Kimchi and Chin Namual. Actually Kimchi is also the popular dish of Seoul. Also the Mutton in BBQ was very tasty. Though the food selections were not much. But overall it was a good family dinner.
People’s Review of Seoul Garden SM City North EDSA
Amethystine of purplepieces.com reviewed about Seoul Garden eat all you can restaurant in quezon city. She does not like Korean Food. So she tried bibimbap of Seoul Garden. Actually she hates the smell of Kimchi, the most popular dish of Seoul. (Note: below is a la carte)
We weren’t in the mood for a barbecue-and-hotpot buffet style so we chose from the a la carte menu. Ray got himself the Beef Bulgogi Bibimbap set and I ordered Seafood Bibimbap. ”Bibimbap” (pronounced as “pibimpap“) means “mixed rice“. White rice is traditionally served with sauteed veggies, chili paste, topped with raw egg, then mixed together in a hot bowl before eating.
A bibimbap set includes soup, chili sauce, and dessert. My meal was a flavor carousel of sourness, spiciness, and a bit of sweetness.
It was one of my exciting food trips. The whole dish was strong and flavorful, it awakened my sleeping taste buds.
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Another review of Seoul Garden is by JR of deardreamdiaries.com. He enjoyed the food and his visit to Seoul a lot.
We like the concept of the 2-in-1 hotpot and barbecue buffet. *Two thumbs up*
For 545 PHP(weekday lunch from 10AM-4PM), you can enjoy cooking your own hotpot soup with your choice of soup base, and grilling several meat, fish, poultry, and veggies. I like the various meat selection that are well marinated. For those that are loading on carbohydrates, fried rice and noodles are available. The buffet comes with a bottomless drink. They have juices, sodas, as well as iced coffee which I had several rounds. Lastly, there are several desert options ranging from ice cream, cupcakes, brownies, etc.
We had a great bonding here at Seoul Garden. We thought we can’t cook on our own yet we were able to enjoy what we’ve grilled. I enjoyed the hotpot soup we have prepared as well. Me and my dearest spent 3 hours here at that time, I really enjoyed the time we are together. (We arrived around 2 PM and we left around 5 PM)
…If you are a student, they also have a special buffet rate for you.
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Seoul Garden Restaurant Address and Contact Number
SM North EDSA Branch,
2nd Level, Annex Building, SM City North EDSA
North Avenue corner EDSA, Quezon City
Metro Manila, Philippines
(+63 2) 355-4006
Seoul Garden Restaurant Menu
Seoul Garden is a Korean-styled BBQ Buffet. It offers two options to the diners, a do-it-yourself BBQ Buffet and a Hotspot.
Seoul Garden Restaurant Buffet Price
Below is a video of Seoul Garden’s Corporate Trailer. Seoul Garden has been Halal-certified to meet the growing needs of the Muslim market, but a turn-off for some of my Christian friends as they don’t eat halal food (something restaurant owners should try to balance by giving options).
Negative Review of Seoul Garden SM City North EDSA
Joyvz of joyvz.wordpress.com reviewed about Seoul Garden. She did not liked the selection of foods at Seoul. Moreover, she did not find the price of the buffet worth its cost.
Honestly, price was a bit higher for their available selections. Their free WIFI was my main consideration when I chose to have my dinner here and probably their helpful staff. And there were few groups dined in that night. Good for me.
I wasn’t impressed with their food selections. Their PRICE was almost the same as SAMBO KOJIN at EASTWOOD CITY but Sambo Kojin was top notch. Their staffs were helpful and attentive to your needs so good job for that. Free flowing of drinks (included in the price). Fast wifi.
Also Princess Turned Queen of princessturnedqueen.blogspot.in reviewed about Seoul Garden eat all you can restaurant in quezon city. She went there with her hubby. But she was not much happy with the variety and selection of food in Seoul Garden.
Overall, we were not impressed with the variety and selection of food that they have. Very minimal – from meat to veggies to dessert. And a number of meats tasted the same whether it was chicken, beef or pork. Their available fruits were ONLY three. On the good side though, they have unlimited drinks – soda, red iced tea.For Php645/pax plus service tax, I’d prefer to go to other buffet restaurant.
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