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Lee Hak

The name of the restaurant reminds me of a Korean rom-com character from the Rooftop Prince.


It is a two-story restaurant in Pioneer Center in Mandaluyong City. What's great about this restaurant is that you can have fun grilling your own food or opt to have one of the waiting staff to cook the food for you. And if you're not fond of grilled food, there are popular korean a la carte dishes to choose from.

There are also private rooms for intimate gatherings at the second floor. It is very spacious and you might also want to consider this restaurant as your party-place this Holiday Season.


Ban Chans are unlimited like in any other Korean Restaurants. I love their kimchi and dilis.



That's the grill on our table. See that pipe in the middle? Its supposed to suck up the smoke from the grill. Hence, smokeless grill. Surprisingly, we didn't smell like food afterwards. For the grill, you can choose between- beef, seafood, or pork. Serving is unlimited but you have to finish everything you ordered or you get to pay for the leftovers. That's really cool since the restaurant encourages sensible eating habits.


Lovely strips of beef. I love beef.


Seafood. I prefer the squid since its hard to peel the shrimps and I don't want to wash my hands. Haha. That's just me. ;)


Pork. It has some curry marinade which added some nice flavor. And I thought it won't taste that great. This I want to eat again.


Yum! I can't wait to dig in. Lettuce please!


This is an egg dish that is quite delicious. I think it was broiled.


Tempura. Not quite Korean but its a popular dish and sometimes when the guests have kids, this is what they order since kids love tempura.


Beef Teppanyaki. Thumbs up!



Chicken Terriyaki. I'd love to pair this with rice.




Lee Hak
Pioneer Center
Pioneer cor United Streets,
Mandaluyong City
09178579896 / (02) 942-6508 / (02) 584-3279


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