Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Gogi Gui Korean Barbeque Grill Opens in Davao

If you love food and you love to try new dishes, you have probably heard of Gogi Gui.

Kimchi Madness

Side Salad comes with your unlimited bulgogi
Bulgogi all you want with a choice of chicken, beef or pork
Left: Dipping sauce and condiments; Right: Rice All You Can, Ramen and Drink All You Can 

With my Foodie-buddie-momie, Momie Van
People waiting outside Gogi Gui, mostly students and young professionals


The menu is an eat-all-you-can Bulgogi with: (P195)
-a choice of Salad or White Rice (Brown Ride upgrade add P10)
-a choice of spicy or regular Ramen Noodles

And several add-ons:
-Seafood Platter (add P65)
-Kalbi (short beef ribs; add P45)
-Chadol Baegi (sliced beef brisket; add P55)
-Bottomless Drinks (add P25)


"Bulgogi All You Can"

For people who are afraid of trying out Korean dishes, Gogi Gui is a safe place to initiate. The menu is very friendly to customers who wants to have an idea how Korean barbeque tastes like. You can consume either pork, chicken or beef or upgrade to Kalbi or Chadol. You can season your meat and cook it to your desire. This, in my opinion, is the great thing about having a teppan on your own--it adds to your experience or should i say it completes your dining experience.

"Extremely Affordable"

And I say this with curiosity, Gogi Gui's price is below P200! That is not even half of the price you pay when dining in a restaurant ala carte! Gogi Gui's price ranges from those fastfood and regular restaurants, friendly even for students. The price however did not compromise any of their service--their staff is very accommodating and friendly no matter how busy they look (a BIG PLUS POINTS from me). Its cheap, yummy and a great place to go.

"Small but Terrible"

Here is the little downside. Gogi Gui only houses a few customer at a time. With only a maximum of 8 tables inside, people surely would line up and wait in queue just to make sure that they get a good spot. Each table can only accommodate a maximimum of 4 persons and the grill is a little small (good for one person). They have limited the guests' stay inside for 2 hours, which is only fair for the those who are waiting.

Aside from punctuality, you may want to consider your next plan after dining. Since the place is small, ventilation may be a little issue as the yummy smell of barbecue stays in your skin, clothes, even hair until the next day! First date? Uhm, better think about that!

Operating Hours:
Mondays to Saturdays
Lunch: 11:00 to 2:00
Dinner: 5:30 to 9:00 (Mondays to Thursday)
     5:30 to 10:00 (Fridays and Saturdays)
Cash only; Credits cards NOT available
Walk-in, no reservations needed (first come first serve)

Contact information:
8-A Mabini Complex, Mabini Street, Davao City
Phone: (082) 305-1118
FB: Gogi Gui Grill
Tw: @gogiguigrill
Ig: @gogiguigrill

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1 comment :

  1. Oh my KALAMI! I miss Korean food na jud! And also DAVAO!


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