My friends and I went to Tomas Morato for a Japanese dessert shop but we decided to eat dinner first. I searched the internet for the nearest Korean Restaurant in the area except for Hwaroro and Hanayo since the last two are buffets.
Aside from grilled meats, they have ala carte items and shabu-shabu as well.
I don't know what this soup is called but it's refreshing to have this alternately eaten with Kimchi Chigae. Gosh, why can't I eat spicy food?!
Banchan are okay. Not a lot but okay. Nah, I just wanted a myeolchi bokkeum hahaha but the side dishes are fine.
First time eating in a Korean Restaurant where there's scrambled egg on the grill.
I also liked the sweet potato. hehe. There were only two pork slices for an order of one samgyeopsal.
It was the waitress who grilled the slices for us so that's a plus.
We had this made as mild but it was still spicy for me that I had to order a cup of rice just to enjoy eating this. :)) It was good though just that I prefer to taste spiciness and sourness in my kimchi chigae. Ayoko ng anghang lang. Pero Korean eh. hehe
Okay, even with the lack of description for each food item above since this is delayed for more than a month, I think Korean J Grill is one of the "okay" restaurants in Tomas Morato. I have visited two more within the area but they didn't make it to the blogosphere. lol.