5 Spots in Manila For The Cheesiest Korean Chicken Fondues

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Consider all of us guilty for loving Korean cuisine. Not only are we obsessed with samgyeopsal, but we’re equally loving the cheese fondue dakgalbi, too! It’s the Korean stir-fried chicken tossed in spicy sauce and served with freshly melted cheese.

 

Here are the must try restaurants for cheese fondue dakgalbi.

 

5. Kko Kko

Most likely to top people’s list for this go-to Korean dish is Kko Kko.

Their Chicken Cheese Fondue serves a very generous amount of cheese in a bread bowl, which you can dip onion rings, fries, and their signature chicken in Yang Nyum sauce in. You can even pick the flavor of your fries and Yang Nyum sauce. No matter which you choose, it’s a win-win because they’re all good.

 

4. Yoree Korean BBQ

For those who want a spicy kick, the Cheesy Buldak or Cheesy Dak Kanjeong is for you! Yoree Korean BBQ offers their mozzarella and cheddar cheese pot topped with chicken bites covered in spicy or sweet and spicy sauce.

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It is also accompanied with filling sides like fried chapchae rolls, buttered corn, and kimchi.

 

3. Sibyullee Flavors of Seoul

Enjoy your choice of meat (chicken, pork or beef) straight from the grill as it is cooked in front of you with Sibyullee’s House Special Cheese BBQ sets.

Dip it in the melted cheese on the sides, then pair it with some fresh vegetables, rice cakes, and egg omelette.

 

2. Jin Joo Korean Grill

A heavier option for the hangry is Jin Joo Korean Grill, whose Cheese Deung Galbi features rice, steamed egg, corn, and kimchi.

The star of the meal however is the baby back ribs marinated in tangy BBQ sauce and cooked so perfectly that meat easily falls of the bones.

 

1. Tori Chizu

Tori Chizu is Japanese, but still worth mentioning for their Chicken Teriyaki Doria, their delicious answer to the cheese fondue dakgalbi.

Doria is baked rice topped with white sauce and lots of cheese served on a sizzling plate with your choice of meat. Consider yourself warned, a scoop will be quite the pull.

 

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