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Kaya Korean Restaurant

Thursday, May 5, 2016
Kaya is one of the first Korean restaurants in the metro. Long before the hype of bulgogi bowls, grilled meats, and unlimited banchan, Kaya had served traditional Korean fares in downright familiar fashion that is still loved by patrons.
Decor features traditional Korean wares, slates, large wooden jars and nature-themed wallpaper. Wooden tables and chairs throughout.
The clean layout and long tables are evident of guests who come in groups, which is common here.
Korean food are mainly filled with vegetables and raw ingredients, which makes it healthier than most.
Utensils
Calamansi Juice: Php90
Hot Tea
Complimentary sides (refillable banchan)
Kalbitang: Php300
Godeungo Gui (grilled mackerel): Php210 (half order)
Sliced Mango: Php90
Ojingo Gui: Php160
Dak Bulgogi: Php160
Dweaji Bulgogi: Php160
Grilled Chicken bento
Soup
Dosibak - Tuna: P190
Dak Bulgogi: P146

Remarks:
Always a pleasure to dine here. Even with the more modern Korean restos around, like Sariwon or Bulgogi Brothers, Kaya still competes with good quality food, and affordable price.

Kaya Korean Restaurant
G/F Glorietta 4, Ayala Center, Makati
Tel: (02) 729-3385

1 comment:

  1. People who works there are some of the sweetest people I've met. Save yourself some time and just go there. Everyone at event space Chicago is sweet and ask how you've been, even though normally staff keep their heads down.

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