From the same makers of Sariwon Korean Barbecue and Soban K-Town Grill another Korean restaurant was slowly making its noise, the Sibyullee. As of now, it only has one branch located at Ayala Malls The 30th in Pasig City. The three restaurants has the same concept of Korean grill-it-yourself experience. But what set Sibyullee apart from its two siblings, is its cheesy goodness.
Inspired by the vibrant street food in Myeongdong and the innovative BBQ scene in Itaewon. Ala Carte and Good for sharing dishes are available at Sibyullee. During our recent visit we had the Signature BBQ Combo Set 2 for P2,000, that’s good for 3-4 persons. It’s composed of 200g Fresh USDA choice beef belly, 200g Pork Belly (choice of fresh or marinated),1 Dakgogi Cheese BBQ,1 Pajeon,1 Volcano Kimchi Fried Rice, 2 White Rice and 4 soup and unlimited side dishes.
Samgyupsal (Pork Belly)
Woo Samgyup (Beef Belly)
My favorite part of the set is the BBQ, who wouldn’t love the juicy and tasty meat after all. I find it enjoyable as I watch my meat cooked or rather I had so much fun cooking my own BBQ. Just be prepared as the delicious smell of it will remain in your clothes after.
The set has 200 grams of meat which kinda “bitin” if you’re a carnivorous. I suggest get additional ala carte, you can choose from the following: Seng Galbi (P1,100) 180g of Premium USDA Choice Fresh boneless short ribs, Woo Samgyup (400/P445) 200g of Fresh or Marinated USDA Choice Beef Belly, Galbisal (P590/P655) 180g Fresh or Marinated USDA Choice rib finger, Dwaeji Galbi (P410) 180g Marinated Pork Shoulder, Samgyupsal (P350/P400) 200g of Fresh or Marinated Pork Belly, Dak Galbi (P380) 200g Marinated Boneless Chicken thigh in flavorful spices.
Volcano Kimchi Fried Rice
As I’ve said Sibyullee is all about the cheesy experience. Have you tried Kimchi rice in a bed of melted mozarella cheese? Oh yes, I’m drooling right now as I stared on this picture. Sibyullee waiter’s will cook the Volcano Kimchi Fried Rice in a huge sizzling plate, so expect it to be really hot. I love the contrast of flavors and texture of this dish but make sure to tell the waiter to not overcook the cheese so you can fully enjoy it.
Another part of the set meal is the Haemul Pajoen, a korean dish made from a batter of eggs, flour and combination of mussel, shrimp and squid. A taste of sea in one dish. It’s fried so expect it to be oily.
Dakgogi Cheese BBQ
The last meal that we tried is the Dakgogi Cheese BBQ composed of chicken strips, slices of potato, onions, bell pepper, corn and egg omelette. Once the cheese has melted you can dunk your meat into it. Ask for some additional spices to the cheese to make it more flavorful.
We had the Bungeoppang (P99) for dessert, it taste like a pancake filled with an ice cream. It comes in 3 flavors coffee, vanilla or cookies in cream. The ice cream tends to melt easily. Nonetheless, it’s a good sweet treat to end a meal.
Sibyullee’s interior is something classy and vibrant. I find it as a relaxing dining spot, I can’t wait to be back to try some of their other dishes.
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