After taking a temporary 'tuning' at the end of 2019, Seoul Train Korean BBQ is up and running once again with a newly-renovated place and additional food choices!
The restaurant in Quezon City first opened in 2016, already making a statement with their unique train-themed ambience. From the facade to their interior, everything is made to look like a passenger train car shoved into a building, and this is because the Korean resto symbolizes the owners' love for both travel and food. Taking note of the latter, Seoul Train isn't just about the looks, because their roster of dishes will also take customers to a delightful gastronomic journey!
Right after they reopened in January 10, Seoul Train also introduced four new dishes in addition to their already rich menu. These new dishes include the Spicy Chicken Feet (P250), for the collagen-seeking palate; the Tangerine Chicken (P380) for those who want it sweet and tender; the succulent soup with beef tripe and intestine Naejangtang (P400); and the flavorful spicy fish stew, Kimchi Godeungo-Tongjorim Jjigae (P400). All are brimming with flavors that can cater to every K-food loving diner.
They are also rolling out the Dosirak or Korean Bento Meals so you could bring your Samgyeop-cravings anywhere! There are nine dishes to choose from: Yangneom Galbi, Ssamjang Samgyeopsal, Beef Bulgogi, L.A. Galbi, Samgyeopsal, Bul Samgyeopsal, Dry Beef Bulgogi, Dak Gui, and Bul Dak Gui. Each bento meal comes with rice and two side dishes: Kimchi and Fishcake.
As for their Korean barbecue, Seoul Train still serves the lineup of quality meat cuts that their customers know and love. What's new is that their grill now uses a smokeless technology where the smoke is being absorbed from below the table instead of having it go up a ventilation shaft. Now, you can further enjoy the company of your friends and family without having the pipe-like apparatus obstructing your view!
On this grill, you can cook the meat of your choice. They offer here numerous selections of Wagyu beef, aged meats, premium cuts, regular beef, and other meat cuts. A minimum of two grill items also comes with two rounds of lettuce wrap, spring onion salad, and four different side dishes of the day.
The reopening of the Korean BBQ place marks a step forward for the already-loved restaurant in Q.C. With their K-pop fan-friendly ambience and expanded menu, anyone who loves Korean food and culture is sure to have all their cravings satisfied in one sitting here at Seoul Train Korean BBQ!
So what are you guys waiting for? All aboard the Seoul Train!
Seoul Train Korean BBQ is located at 28 Sgt. Esguerra Ave., Diliman, Quezon City. They are open everyday, from 11AM to 2PM and from 5:30PM to 10PM. For more updates and information, follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. You may also contact them through the following numbers: 0917 772 2203/ 8287 2446.