Seoul Train: Korean Barbecue at its Finest

A new Korean food spot is in town. Seoul Train is a newly-opened Korean barbecue restaurant in Quezon City. It is both a KPOP-themed restaurant and a train-themed restaurant at the same time.

SEOUL TRAINThere’s a fun new food spot in town: Seoul Train

Seoul Train just had its soft opening last June 13, 2016, and they’re planning to officially open later this year.

SEOUL TRAINIt’s all for the love of food and trains!

The owners of this themed restaurant, Mr. Vernon Go and Mrs. Happee Sy-Go, said that they decided to go with a train theme because of their love for trains and travelling.

SEOUL TRAINNext stop: great food and a fun experience!

The whole place is a real eye-catcher–it’s pretty hard to miss a big green train sticking out of a building. Other than the unique theme that’s sure to catch anybody’s attention, every detail in this train-themed restaurant is also fantastically made.

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SEOUL TRAINThese arcade games bring fun dining to a whole new level

The owners didn’t hold back in designing Seoul Train’s interiors. The “train windows” are peppered with KPOP group’s logos and cute chibi pictures of KPOP idols. There are signages of Korean train stations hanging from the ceilings, and posters of up-to-date KPOP concerts displayed, as well. There are even small arcade games by the waiting area if you’re feeling playful.

SEOUL TRAINWho knew wall graffiti could be this cute?

The whole train theme doesn’t stop at the visually-appealing details, either. Once you enter Seoul Train, you can actually hear the sound of a train rushing by. Everything about it is a beautiful combination of KPOP and trains.

SEOUL TRAINAll aboard the Seoul Train!

The excellently-designed interior is only half of the package. Seoul Train takes pride in the quality of the meat that they serve. Although they do serve the usual Korean meals such as bibimbap and tteokbokki, their specialty is the premium beef cuts that are especially for grilling.

Their beef is imported from Japan and the US, which makes the quality of their food above and beyond what’s usually served in local Korean restaurants.


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