You Should Try The Korean Street Food At This Restaurant-Train

This is a different Korean barbecue experience.

IMAGE Facebook/Busan PH

Now that you know you can enjoy samgyeopsal in Korean barbecue restaurants, in the comfort of your own home, or while glamping in the province, we found a new place to enjoy samgyeopsal and all kinds of Korean food. Busan PH is where you can satisfy your Korean food cravings while dining in an establishment where the food comes out of a kitchen that's made to look like a train that's headed for Busan, hence the name. 

Photo by Facebook/Busan PH

Think of delicious Korean food and Busan PH is likely to have it! Their menu includes Kimchi Fried Rice (price starts at P120), Bibimbap (price starts at P120), Ramyeon (price starts at P100), Samgyeopsal (price starts at P150), and Stews (price starts at P150, good for two).

Photo by Facebook/Busan PH
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What you should not miss out on is their bestselling Korean street food. Out of the 15 Korean street food items they offer, Busan PH recommends the Odeng Teng (P50) which is made with Korean fish cakes with broth soup, and the Tteokbokki (P60) that's made with chewy rice cakes and fishcakes cooked in a spicy sauce. 

If you're bringing your family or barkada with you, Busan PH also has meal sets that are good for two people or groups. The most affordable of them all is the Chijeu (P239, good for two) that includes Tteokbokki with Cheese, Cheese Ramyeon, and Cheese Gimbap.

Photo by Facebook/Busan PH

Check out the other meal sets: Yobo (P579, food for two people), the Chingu (P419, good for 2-3 people), and the Mukbang Combo (P1,049, good for 5-6 people). All these combo meals have different combinations of Korean street food, ramen, samgyeopsal, gimbap, and kimchi rice.

Ready to stuff yourself with Korean food? Busan PH has 7 branches: 

SILANG CAVITE STATION: 76 M.H Del Pilar St. Silang Bayan, Silang Cavite (near 7-Eleven)

TAAL BATANGAS STATION: Corner of Diokno St., & A. Delas Alas St., Pob. Zone 7, Taal Batangas

STA.ROSA LAGUNA STATION: Sta Rosa Town Center National Highway, Brgy. Macabling Sta. Rosa City, Laguna

CALAMBA LAGUNA STATION: Mother Earth Food Park, Real, Calamba (in front of Villa de Calamba Subdivision, near Calamba City Hall) 

LANCASTER CAVITE STATION: Lot 4 Advincula Avenue, San Sebastian, Kawit Cavite

PAMPANGA STATION: San Mateo Street, Sto. Domingo, AC, Pampanga (Near LTO and Sacred Heart Medical Center)


MALVAR BATANGAS STATION: San Juan Road, San Fernando (Near Dunlop and Iglesia ni Cristo)

For more information, follow Busan PH on Facebook.


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