Grill Eat | Your Neighborhood Filipino-Korean Samgyupsal Place

Samgyup places are almost everywhere, offering unlimited options to all who love to eat grilled dishes. But what makes one unique over others? This must be tough. But, let me boast this one samgyup place that I've been with just recently that stand out because they offer more than just Korean dishes. They also serve Filipino street foods, too.

Grill Eat is a Korean-Filipino samgyupsal place located in Pembo, Makati. The unique concept of this restaurant is that they have a fusion of two fave dishes not we couldn't find in any other restaurant like this. Started in 2019, Grill Eat is a neighborhood restaurant that is open to serve customers who are both into Korean and Filipino dishes.

Grill Eat's space is limited only to six tables with 4 seats each. It's kinda small and really tight especially if the seats are all occupied. They are first-come, first-serve basis but also accept reservations in advance for a large number of diners. For the parking, there might be a little hard if you are bringing in your car because they don't have space outside.

On the menu, Grill Eat has two options:

Puro (P359 per pax)
It includes 4 kinds of liempo flavors, oriental-style chicken, tj hotdogs, Filipino street foods like isaw, medal, isaw manok, tenga, and bulaklak, 8 kinds of sides dishes, and unlimited rice.

Pyugeon (P459 per pax)
This set has samgyupsal, galbi, chadolbaegi, bulgogi, liempo, hotdogs, chicken bbq, pinoy ihaw, Korean and Filipino side dishes.

In my experience, this restaurant is really different from what I've tried in other places. Having Korean and Filipino dishes at the same time is something that makes them really a must-visit place, not to mention that they are indeed affordable. We had tried the full range of their offers but what stood out for me was their marinated grilled meats which were flavorful and tender. The thing that I think needs to have an improvement in their cheese which I found too runny. For the Filipino dishes, I loved that they have all my street foods fave like isaw, tenga ng baboy, bbq, and hotdog. Also, manga with bagoong and sweetened banana are also interesting finds here.

Aside from the accommodating staff, they also served us a generous amount of meats which I learned that they didn't have any time limit when dining in. Others only allow two hours of stay, but here in Grill Eat, you'll have all the time to enjoy your grilling.

Grill Eat
Sampaguita corner Jasmin Street, Pembo, Makati City
Operating Hours: Mon to Sun (11am-11pm)

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