Seoul Train Korean BBQ reopened its doors with new surprises last January 10 after being temporarily closed for renovations at the end of 2019.
Happee Sy-Go and Vernon Go, renowned concert producers and owners of Seoul Train Korean BBQ, dropped a pin on the map of K-Pop fans and food enthusiasts three years ago the opening of the restaurant, conceptualized as a fusion of the owners’ love for great food and traveling.
Taking pride in fresh and quality meat cuts, Seoul Train is a two-story K-Pop and train-themed Korean BBQ grill restaurant, with the ground floor as serving as the main dining area and the upper floor housing a mini-mall of K-Pop items and merch, fancily decorated and with enough amenities to accommodate parties and events. The restaurant uses smokeless charcoal which does not only preserve the flavor of the meat but also steers clear of the smokey smell of cooking meat!
This year, with a revamped dining space and four new delectable dishes—Spicy Chicken Feet, Tangerine Chicken, Naejangtang (Beef Tripe and Intestine Soup), and Kimchi Godeungo-Tongjorim Jjigae (Spicy Fish Stew)—Seoul Train continues to elevate the Korean BBQ experience and fill the tummies of their growing market.
In addition to the new food items and new interior, foodies who love Seoul Train can now have their Korean food fix in the comfort of their homes with the new Seoul Train Dosirak, also known as Korean Bento Meals, now available for takeout! There are nine different dishes to choose from—Dry Beef Bulgogi, Beef Bulgogi, Yangnyeom Galbi, L.A. Galbi, Samgyeopsal, Ssamjang Samgyeopsal, Bul Samgyeopsal, Dak Gui, and Bul Dak Gui. Each Dosirak order contains rice, a viand of your choice, and two side dishes (kimchi and fishcake).
Seoul Train Korean BBQ is located at 28 Sgt. Esguerra Ave., Diliman, Quezon City. To stay up-to-date with their dishes and offers, follow them on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter or visit their website. For bookings and reservations, you may call them at +63917 772 2203 or 8287-2446.