This New Korean Restaurant Combines Your Love For Bibimbap And Korean BBQ

You have to try their homemade kimchi and special gochujang.

We all have our go-to Korean barbecue joints, but that doesn't mean there's no room to explore new favorites. If you're looking for good Korean food and are willing to splurge a little, you should head over to Sheraton's latest food concept, Oori, where bibimbap and Korean barbecue meet.

Oori's Bulgogi Bibimbap
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Oori offers an assortment of bibimbap! You can never go wrong with a classic Bulgogi (P600) that uses a sweet soy sauce-marinated beef as its main topping or the Dak (P580) that uses fried chicken, instead. Oori also has a special Filipinized bibimbap called the Sisig Bibimbap (P600) that highlights the distinct umami-tangy porky flavors we all love in sisig.

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The bibimbap classics served at Oori isn't your typical bibimbap where all the toppings are placed in one bowl. Oori serves the meat over steamed fluffy white rice, with a soft poached egg that adds creaminess, and they let you add your preferred vegetables and build the perfect amount of heat by adding their special gochujang that's mixed with ground beef. We highly recommend trying their bibimbap with their homemade kimchi!

Oori's Mixed Fruits Bibimbap is a must-try!
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You can pair your bibimbap bowls with Korean street food like tteok bokki (Korean rice and fish cake, dakgangjung (Korean fried chicken), and panjeon (Korean pancake). You can end it with a bowl of milk-shaved bingsu that is topped with either red bean, mango, chocolate, or assorted tropical fruits.

Oori's Australian Mulwarra Wagyu Beef
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Oori's Duroc Spanish Pork
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Oori's Korean barbecue is not your typical K-BBQ joint. They highlight premium meat selections such as the Australian Mulwarra wagyu beef with a marble score of 5+ or 9+, and they also offer Spanish Duroc pork

Oori's Mandu Jeongol
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An order of any of these meats comes with unlimited banchan (side dishes), assorted vegetables, rice, and soup. If you're looking for something more filling, this is best paired with any of Oori's Korean hot pots and stews on the menu: beef galbi jjim (braised short ribs) and beef bulgogi jeongol (beef and mushroom stew).

Oori's also has semi-private rooms for Korean barbecue sessions.
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Oori also offers semi-private rooms and luxe private rooms that are perfect for small, intimate K-BBQ sessions. The semi-private rooms can accommodate 8-24 people, while the private rooms can accommodate 12-20 people.

For reservations, call (02) 7902-1800 or check Sheraton Manila on Facebook and Instagram for more updates.

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