Food and Drinks

Maru Korean Restaurant

25 May 2015 | Makati, Philippines —

We had Korean dinner at Maru on our first night in Makati. The decision to dine there was quick because it looked clean and new from the outside.

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There were only 2 guests when we came in but later on, customers arrived one after another in pairs.

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Every table has its own grilling set and exhaust, giving customers a real Korean vibe.

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We ordered 2 sets of 되지 갈비 (Doeji Galbi / Pork ribs) but agreed with the staff to have it kitchen-cook. It was tender and tasty.

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되지 갈비 (Doeji Galbi / Pork Ribs) — Php 300 per order

We were given 8 kinds of side dishes and I didn’t like any of them. Most of them were spicy and has been fermented for a long time. I prefer freshly made kimchi.

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반찬 (Banchan / Side Dish) — FREE

We also wanted to order a mini-size cold noodles but it wasn’t available. So, we opted for the regular size. They put a big slice of tomato in the middle which made this dish quite unique.

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물 냉면 (Mul Naengmyeon / Cold Noodles in Chilled Broth) — Php 300

That’s all for now. Thanks for reading!

Note: This is based on our honest opinion and personal experience only.

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Address: A. Venue Mall, Makati Avenue, Philippines

Operating Hours: Daily 11:00am – 4:00am

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