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Try fried kimchi with cheese from this Korean BBQ resto

Steph Arnaldo
Try fried kimchi with cheese from this Korean BBQ resto
This fried 'kimcheese' side dish from Seoulgyupsal is creamy, tangy, and spicy!

Are you one of many Korean barbecue customers who like their samgyupsal feasts with a side of melted cheese and kimchi? Check out Korean BBQ restaurant Seoulgyupsal – they’ve combined the two favorites into one cheesy side dish.

KIMCHEESE. This restaurant combines kimchi with cheese. Photo from Seoulgyupsal’s Instagram page

Seoulgyupsal’s Fried Kimcheese features crunchy cabbage and other mixed vegetables, fried with Seoulgyupsal’s signature cheesy mixture and doused in a thick, red kimchi sauce. Aside from its ooey goeey, creamy texture, you’re also getting an explosion of flavors in one bite – tangy, savory, a hint of sweet, and a whole lot of spicy.

FRIED. It’s fried with cheese. Photo from Seoulgyupsal’s Instagram page

Each kimcheese tub costs P249, and can serve 3-4 people.

It makes a good pairing to Seoulgyupsal’s tasty and filling bento boxes, which come with beef (P239) or pork (P229), side dishes, rice, sauces, and japchae. The kimcheese is also good enjoyed on its own or with your favorite instant noodles and home-cooked meats.

BENTO BOXES. Seoulgyupsal also sells pork and beef bento boxes. Photo from Seoulgyupsal’s Instagram page

Seoulgyupsal’s branches in Morato, UST, Shaw, Alabang, Antipolo, Robinsons Novaliches, and Harbour Square can take your delivery or pick-up orders from 11 am to 9 pm daily.

You can also message them on Instagram. – Rappler.com

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Steph Arnaldo

If she’s not writing about food, she’s probably thinking about it. From advertising copywriter to freelance feature writer, Steph Arnaldo finally turned her part-time passion into a full-time career. She’s written about food, lifestyle, and wellness for Rappler since 2018.