Here's Where You Can Eat Korean Street Food Without Going to Korea
If watching Kim Bok Joo eat all that food on TV makes you crave for Korean street food, we found a place where you can satisfy that craving, even if it's already late at night (it's open from 4 pm to 1 am!).
According to Facebook user Elle Kim, there's a stall at A. Venue's food bazaar in Makati that sells the fish cakes that Bok Joo loves to eat! They also have tteokbokki, Korean BBQ, and a lot more.
The prices are a little steep compared to Pinoy street food, but it's still pretty affordable even for students on a budget. Here's what they serve and how much they're for.
Oden (fish cake & soup) - P25
Korean BBQ (spicy pork belly) with Rice and Kimchi - P200
Samgyeopsal with Rice and Kimchi - P180
Bulgogi with Rice and Kimchi - P180
Bibimbap (vegetables & beef) - P120
Japchae - P100
Tteokbokki - P100
Ramen - P100
Udon - P120
Salted Grilled Shrimp - P300
Kimchi (small - P50, large - P100)
As for the taste and other details, we'll leave it to you to read Elle's mini review below.
Aside from Korean, what other street food would you like to try?