You can enjoy Korean barbecue just about anywhere, but you can upgrade the entire experience with a really good view. There’s one where you can have it while glamping in the mountainside, but if the view of the water is more your thing, Samgy Garden in Pasay is right beside Manila Bay.
Samgy Garden is a Korean barbecue restaurant located at the Seascape Village in Pasay City. They offer unlimited Korean barbecue, seafood, wagyu, and shabu-shabu, all of which you can enjoy inside their simple al fresco dining setup.
Aside from the gorgeous view of Manila Bay, especially during sunset, what you’ll love about Samgy Garden is that it’s an open-air restaurant. This means the smoke from grilling meats won’t stick to your clothes or hair.
Here’s what Samgy Garden looks like:
Samgy Garden menu and prices:
If you’ve dined at many Korean barbecue restaurants that offer unlimited food, then you probably think that Samgy Garden is a little expensive, as the cheapest set goes for P599 per table. So, if you’re contemplating if it’s worth it or not, you need to what you’re getting. You get lettuce, the sides, plain rice, kimchi rice, cheese, garlic, ssamjang, and doenjang soup per set plus the meat combo of your choice.
Here are the inclusions per set:
Samgy Garden operating hours:
Samgy Garden is available for reservations (click here to reserve a table) and for walk-ins, but it’s important to note that they have different schedules.
Schedule for reservations: 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., available every day, Mondays to Sundays.
Schedule for walk-ins: 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. from Mondays to Thursdays, and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. from Fridays to Sundays.
Samgy Garden is located at Seascape Village, Pasay City (beside Sofitel Philippine Plaza).
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