New Menu: Bulgogi Brothers now offers Shabu-Shabu
Although widely acknowledged as a Japanese dish, shabu-shabu has become an integral part of Korean cuisine. Its transcending of borders is not surprising at all. Made up of thinly-sliced meat and vegetables cooked in boiling umami broth, warm and hearty shabu-shabu offers a comforting experience that appeals to all.
Recognizing that above said appeal, Bulgogi Brothers, a casual style restaurant specializing in Korean BBQ, recently added shabu-shabu dishes to its selection.
Diners have the option to choose what meat goes into their hotpot. There’s Beef and Veggies with beef bulgogi on a garden of leeks, peppers, cabbage, bean sprouts and mushroom; Ham and Sausage, a marriage of American and Korean flavors with ham, sausage, cabbage, bean sprouts, mushroom and gochujang (Korean hot chili paste); and Mixed Seafood, a plate of fresh and plump clams, blue crab, mussels and squid cooked over a spicy broth. "Our broths for the three shabu-shabus are made with different amounts of anchovy and kelp," shared Chef Josh Boutwood, Corporate Chef of The Bistro Group of Restaurants.
Ham and Sausage
Beef and Veggies
Beef Belly BBQ
King Galbi Tang
Bulgogi Brothers has branches in Greenbelt 5, Alabang Town Center, Mall of Asia and Glorietta 2. Opening soon is a new outlet in Newport Mall, Resorts World.