Kang Byeon: The Wonders of Korean Barbecue

Kang Byeon is one of the pioneer Korean restaurants in Iloilo City. I can still remember that it has been existing since I was still in college and that was already more than a decade ago. What is best about Kang Byeon is that it is not only a “samgyupsal place”. Here, you can try a variation of Korean meals.

Kang Byeon Side Dishes

But the most famous of course is their Korean barbeque offer. The place is even stunningly located along the Iloilo River Esplanade so you can have a “samgyup with a view”. The marinated and seasoned meats are then charred to perfection in our front, making an interactive dining experience.

Kang Byeon Menu

If you are not into unlimited grilling, Kang Byeon is probably the best option in Iloilo City to order Korean meals that is not samgyupsal.

What We Had

We are always having their unlimited samgyupsal option. It comes with a free kimchi pancake and tofu stew.

Kang Byeon

Side Dishes Kang Byeon

Kang Byeon Tofu

Kang Byeon Sweet Potato

Kang Byeon Side

Kang Byeon Kimchi

Kang Byeon Japchae

How To Get There

Kang Byeon is located along General Luna Street, in front of the University of San Agustin. Using the new routes of LPTRP, here are the jeepneys passing by the area:

5 – FESTIVE WALK TRANSPORT HUB ILOILO CITY PROPER VIA SM CITY
10 – TAGBAK – ILOILO CITY PROPER
11 – LA PAZ – ILOILO CITY PROPER VIA ISATU
12 – MANDURRIAO – MOLO VIA FESTIVE WALK TRANSPORT HUB LOOP
13 – HIBAO-AN – ILOILO CITY PROPER VIA TABUCAN/ FESTIVE WALK TRANSPORT HUB
17 – VILLA BAYBAY TO ILOILO CITY PROPER VIA BONIFACIO

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