Finally Tried Out Kaya Korean Restaurant

When people say Korean Restaurant, I often hear Kaya and Ye Dang. Aside from the unlimited Korean BBQ restaurants I know, there is nothing more popular than the two.

Without further ado, let me take you through my favorite dishes at Kaya.

The Kaya Salad topped my list with its layered radish, greens, apples, beef bulgogi and garlic chips. It’s a refreshing take on a traditional garden fresh salad, while sticking on the healthy side with vinaigrette dressing.

And a Korean restaurant is never a Korean restaurant without unlimited sidings.

I loved the unlimited serving of spinach, julienne potatoes, and anchovies. <3

Korean pancakes are one of my favorite merienda (and my boyfriend makes an awesome Korean pancake) so I decided to order their Onion Leek Pancake.

I love how they made it so even and I love the squid strips they put on it. To be honest, the home-made ones don’t look as presentable–but they’re equally yummy! Haha!

Check out Kaya Restaurant. Our bill was a little below Php1,000 and there were 3 of us. So, for the price, it’s not bad at all. 🙂

Kaya Korean Restaurant
62 Jupiter Street
Bel-Air Village, Makati City

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2 responses to “Finally Tried Out Kaya Korean Restaurant”

  1. abegaillvillacruz Avatar

    Affordable nga. Too bad I’m far from Makati. Ang dami pa namang restos. :/ Will remember this one just in case mapadpad kami sa Makati. 🙂

  2. doseofrain Avatar

    my father have been an OFW in Korea and he always tell us how healthy their food was, i havent tried authentic korean dishes because papa always told us most of their food were real spicy

    my younger sister always look for a korean resto and told me she’ll treat me one day hihi

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