This Food-Delivery Service Brings Korean BBQ to Your Doorstep

Skip the long lines, the crowd, and the noise!

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Just when you thought you've had enough Korean Barbecue, a game-changing food-delivery service called Samgyup Sa Bahay delivers the Korean-barbecue experience straight to your doorstep. This makes for a more intimate K-barbecue time with your family or friendsminus the long lines, crowd, and noise.

If you're planning on trying it out, here are the things you can expect from Samgyup Sa Bahay:

Meat: Pork and beef

Choose from Samgyup Sa Bahay's sets: Two-Person Set (P999/250 grams), Three-Person Set (P1,199/375 grams), Four-Person Set (P1,599/500 grams), Six-Person Set (P2,399/750 grams), and Eight-Person Set (P2,999/1,000 grams) 
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Tip: Grill the kimchi!
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Each set comes with Pork Samgyupsal and Beef Samgyupsal. These are not marinated yet, but we recommend slathering a good amount of the complimentary Korean bean paste to add more flavor.

The minimum order outside of Imus, Cavite (where Samgyup Sa Bahay's HQ is located) is the Four-People Korean Barbecue Set (P1,599). So, is the 500 grams of pork and the 500 grams of beef enough to feed a group of four? Based on customers' experience, this was more than enough! 

The Korean Braised Tofu (Dubo Jo-rim) is spicy and crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.
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These Sweet Baby Potatoes (Algamja-jorim) have just the right amount of sweetness!
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Banchan (Korean side dishes)

You can add kimchi for a bit of heat to your grilled meat.
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The pickled cucumber and carrots are tossed in vinegar and a bit of ginger for that tangy-bright kick.
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What's Korean barbecue without the side dishes? Samgyup Sa Bahay offers six side dishes, such as kimchi, sweet baby potatoes, tangy cucumber and carrot salad tossed in vinegar and a bit of ginger, fluffy scrambled eggs, Korean braised tofu, fresh lettuce, and steamed rice. The standouts would probably be the sweet baby potatoes, cooked perfectly and far from being mushy, and the Korean braised tofu, which adds a sour-spicy flavor to your lettuce-wrapped protein!


If you want your eggs to be fluffier, you can mix them vigorously with chopsticks.
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Smokeless grills are perfect if you're living inside a condo or an apartment!
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The common condiments for Korean barbecue, like the Korean bean paste and sesame oil, are included in all of Samgyup Sa Bahay's Korean Barbecue sets. But you can create your own dipping sauce depending on how spicy or nutty you want each bite to be. Plus, they also give a small container of freshly chopped garlic, which you can fry to a flavorful crisp.

Grilling equipment, delivery service, and more

Add as much sides and condiments to your wrap!
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Yes, Samgyup Sa Bahay provides the plates (optional), tongs, portable stove, smokeless grill, and two Butane cans. The delivery guy will set this up for you and will also teach you how to change the Butane can when the first can runs out of gas. What you'll love about the service is they go the extra mile by plating the banchan.

Once done with your K-barbecue feast, you can just message the delivery guy to come back for the equipment! You can even keep any beef, pork, or side dishes left over.


Samgyup sa Bahay is currently on soft opening. For now, they are only delivering within Cavite and some parts of Metro Manila (additional fees apply). For inquiries and orders, you can contact Samgyup Sa Bahay through 0997-218-4975 (Globe), 0947-200-1276 (Smart), and (046) 418-3911 (landline). Log on to Samgyup Sa Bahay's Facebook page for more information. 

. Minor edits have been made by the editors.

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