Seoul Train Korean BBQ | Your Ride to KBBQ Experience

If you know me well, I love checking out unique places and sharing it with my readers. When I first heard about Seoul Train, I got curious about this whole 'train' concept of a restaurant. This time, I had a short trip to the resto to check out their new menu items after being temporarily closed down late last year. And yes, I was excited to try their Korean BBQ offers on the menu.

Seoul Train Korean BBQ is the brainchild of Happee Sy-Go and Vernon Go who are renowned concert promoters. Their love for traveling and eating are their main inspirations. Thus, three years ago, they established this restaurant to all the K-Pop fans and foodies in the vicinity of Tomas Morato to offer top-quality meats and other traditional dishes.

Upon entering, you will definitely love the fun and unique train design of the whole resto. The waiting area has a set-up of a train station complete with signages and arcade crane games perfect to check out while waiting. In the dining area, it looks like a passenger train with only six limited spaces for a group of diners. Now, they also upgraded their grilling table into smokeless charcoal for a much comfortable experience.

We also checked out the second floor of the resto which according to the owner, can be rented for private events and gatherings. They are also selling stuff of Korean artists like music albums, magazines, concert light sticks, and a lot more. Check out my photos below.

For this year, Seoul Train Korean BBQ updated its menu by offering four new dishes: Spicy Chicken Feet, Tangerine Chicken, Naejangtang (Beef Tripe and Intestine Soup), and Kimchi Godeungo-Tongjorim Jjigae (Spicy Fish Stew). Unfortunately, I wasn't able to try them that's why I couldn't give any personal review each. Maybe, next time.

Aside from new items on the menu, they also introduced their Seoul Train Dosirak aka Korean Bento Meal which is available for takeout. We got a chance to make our own with their 9 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. Inside the bento box, it has rice, kimchi, and fishcake as side dishes.

I must Seoul Train Korean BBQ is not your ordinary Korean place which offers unlimited meat but rather ala carte premium grill items. Actually, their price range is kinda expensive compared to other restaurants. You'll be paying for the quality and freshness of each ingredient, and also to the unique dining experience. Personally, our experience was "bitin" due to limited food that we had but I think, it's a good reason to be back.

Seoul Train Korean BBQ
28 Sgt. Esguerra Ave., South Triangle, Quezon City
Operating Hours: Mon to Sun (11am - 2:30pm, 5:30pm - 10pm)

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