"Sariwon has become synonymous with serving legendary Bulgogi since its beginnings in 1938. The restaurant was established by grandmother Mrs. Bun-Im Koo from the town of Sariwon in North Korea..."Paul and I truly enjoyed our trip to Seoul, South Korea as we were able to enjoy having Korean barbecue and other delicious Korean dishes for 6 full days. We loved it so much that Paul wants to go back to Seoul soon. I couldn't agree with him more. How can we not fall in love with Korea? The cool weather, the pretty fashionable dresses, the reasonably-priced items and the endless choices of food. Six days truly wasn't enough and we can't wait to go back to explore Korea some more.
I'm not a fan of misua simply because I do not like the mushy and soft consistency of the noodles and the sweet potato noodles is closely similar to the Chinese misua. I appreciated the beefy taste though but I'm pretty much satisfied eating the bulgogi beef alone.
*photo credit: Paul Ang
Check out Sariwon Korean Barbecue at the 2nd floor of the Bonifacio Highstreet Central. (They're located on top of Slice and Jamba Juice). Bonifacio Highstreet Central is located at the 7th Avenue corner 29th Street, Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City. Call them at 621-3205.