Seoul Mate Home Kitchen started for their love for Korean dramas. As a drama fan myself, the casts are often enjoying eating the delicious and appetizing Korean cuisine. This also includes street foods, desserts and more.
In Iloilo, the most familiar with Ilonggos are probably kimchi and samgyumpsal too.
Good thing Seoul Mate Home Kitchen is here and bold enough to target and highlight other food that we must also try.
See also: The Best Korean Restaurants in Iloilo
Seoul Mate Home Kitchen Menu
What You Can Have
Here are five of the must-haves you should try from their menu:
Jajangmyeon is a Korean black bean noodle.
Bulgogi is made with marinated beef of pork often stir-fried.
Japchae is a glass noodle dish of Korea which taste a little sweet and savory unlike jajangmyeon. The main ingredient is the dangmyeon or the Korean sweet potato starch noodles.
Buldak literally translate to fire chicken. Bul is fire and dak is chicken. A spicy chicken meal. Buldak sauce is known in Korean market to be the “spiciest” sauce. Obviously, this is a spicy meal.
Tteokbokki is a Korean rice cake. It is often mixed with fishcake and vegetables. Tteokbokki sauce is a combination of gochujang (Korean red chili pepper paste) and gochugaru (Korean red chili pepper flakes). Some restaurants would let the customer choose their “spicy level”.
These are just recommendations. I definitely want to try everything.
How to Get There
This place delivers within Iloilo City and neighboring towns. They opened a physical store located at Viccon Apartelle, Westwoods, Mandurriao.
To get here via public transport, it would be best to ride Ungka ITGSI, Pavia, Sta. Barbara and also jeepneys that are going to Ungka Terminal.
In addition, if you from Diversion Road area, Westwoods is a few blocks after Carlos Bakeshop before reaching the terminal.
Photos are from Seoul Mate Home Kitchen Facebook Page
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