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NEW RESTO ALERT: Sodam

Sodam is an eat-all-you-can Korean grill. They also serve other popular Korean dishes. It opened along P.Guevara in San Juan and near Rustan's Grocery. The new restaurant just opened today according to the owner.




We just happen to pass by the resto and was already full. But daughter and I love Korean food so I'm guessing we're going to drop by soon. Not to mention that prices are so affordable. Stay tuned for my food review. :)

Eat All You Can

Mon to Fri Lunch                               P299
(pork & dishes)

Mon to Fri Dinner                              P499
(beef/pork & dishes)

Weekends & Holidays                        P499
(beef/pork & dishes)            

Children below 4ft                              P199



*** Sodam moved to a different location --- 17 Abad Santos St., San Juan City
Please read post --- Ssamgyupsal Feast at Sodam.

the kitchen goddess

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