One of the first pioneers of samgyupsal set deliveries in the country, if not the first, is Samgyup sa Bahay. They took Metro Manila by storm when they went viral on social media showcasing their innovative services.
Samgyup sa Bahay was known for delivering full samgyupsal sets (with the griller and utensils included) straight to customers’ homes! It proved a helpful service back when traffic, long lines, and waiting times were a huge problem. But it has become an even bigger hit now that we’ve been safe in our homes for the past months.
Samgyup sa Bahay started with delivering Korean barbeque all the way from Imus, Cavite. While they cater all across Metro Manila, delivery fees can be a bit steep for customers all the way in the North.
But here’s some good news: Samgyup sa Bahay now has a branch in Quezon City, and it’s also a full-blown dine-in restaurant!
Samgyup sa Bahay’s first dine-in branch takes pride in its bright and chill ambiance, making it stand out from many of the samgyupsal chains. It makes cooking Korean barbeque while dining and smelling of smoke look like such a luxurious experience.
Samgyup sa Bahay doesn’t just offer Korean BBQ sets for delivery and dine-in. They also have hotpot sets available! And yes, they come complete with the pot and portable stove.
Also available are sushi and maki packages for those who are in the mood for some Japanese goods.
Samgyup sa Bahay’s dine-in policies are in line with the directives from the government—only 30% of their full capacity may be accommodated. While dining in is still discouraged because of the current health situation, that doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy their delicious samgyupsal, hotpot, and sushi & maki sets.
Now, a full-on Asian feast can be more accessible to city-dwellers (and even residents of Bulacan and Rizal) thanks to Samgyup sa Bahay’s QC branch.
PS. They offer free delivery for some locations with no minimum order!
Samgyup sa Bahay
106 Visayas Ave., Quezon City