(SPOT.ph) All-you-can-eat Korean barbecue, plus lots of cheese, for less than P500? Romantic Baboy has all that covered. It's no wonder that this laid-back K-barbecue restaurant is no stranger to long queues that can last hours. If you've been wanting to try their samgyupsal but don't like the long lines at their Tomas Morato branch, you can try your luck at their new QC branches, specifically Eastwood and Maginhawa, which are slated to open this June.
Romantic Baboy is your typical unlimited-Korean barbecue place, where you can choose from a bounty of pork and beef cuts like woo samgyup, samgyupsal, bulgogi, pork ribs, and curry beef, to grill for only P499. They became famous not just for their no-time-limit policy, but also for their cheesy samgyupsal variant—because what else can make barbecue even better if not lots of gooey cheese? Though they may have two new branches in Quezon City opening soon, and more planned to follow, continue to expect long lines so better come early!
Romantic Baboy is opening at Intrepid Plaza Building, Eastwood, Quezon City; and 97 Maginhawa Street, Teachers Village, Quezon City.