This 'Korean-Dirya' in Makati Offers Authentic Korean Street Food for Under P100

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by Gianna Sibal   |  Feb 27, 2021
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Ever wondered what the street food’s like in South Korea? TIME OUT gives you a taste—from P25-P100 only!

Yes, you read that right. This on-the-go Korean food store is a Korean-dirya perfect for your K-food cravings while watching your favorite dramas. Have a Samgyeop Bowl for P80, Japchae for P100, So Tteok So Tteok (rice cake and sausage) for P30, Odeng (fishcake) for P25 each, and tteokbokki (stir-fried rice cakes) for P50 or P80. Check out their full menu on their Facebook and Instagram pages!

TIME OUT was first established by five BS Entrepreneurial Management students from the Technological University of the Philippines-Manila in 2018. Though a sole ownership today, they’re still open and running business Tuesdays through Fridays, 6:00 to 11:00 p.m., and on weekends from 4:30 to 11:00 p.m. Have a glass of soju with their must-try street foods and pop by at Gen. Capinpin St., Bangkal, Makati City (near Evangelista) for dine-in and take-out orders. Ah, and remember to wear your masks and keep to social distancing protocols!


They’re also available for pick-up and delivery via Grab, Lalamove, and other delivery couriers in the metro.

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