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Ssamgyupsal Feast at Sodam

As always, unplanned dinners are the best because you won't really know where your tummy will take you. In our case, its at Sodam. Luckily, daughter has been craving for meat and hubby loves Korean food, and I love to eat so we're all happy. And the best part--- eat all you can meat! :D

Upon getting a table, you can go directly to the ban chan table to stock up on kimchi, steamed spinach with sesame oil dressing, pajeon, spicy dilis, marble potatoes, japchae, fried rice, fried chicken, bulgogi, among others. 

Each table will then be given four wooden trays with thin slices of beef and pork that you have to grill yourself. Don't worry, its fun! And whenever the waiters notice that your tray is empty, they will replace it again with four trays until you tell them to stop. 


Daughter volunteered to do the grilling- yey! Drinks and dessert are not included in the eat-all so you have to order that separately. Lunch buffet costs P319 and dinner/weekends at P349.



It is best to make a reservation though especially if you are coming for dinner because the waiting lines are quite long. And make sure that you are not going to another event after eating at Sodam because you will definitely smell like grilled meat. 


Sodam
17 Jose Abad Santos
San Juan City
*** near Little Store


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