Ga Mi Jung is not your typical Korean restaurant. They are in business for about 7 years. This is a MUST dine -in place when you visit Antipolo City, Rizal province
Ga Mi Jung entrance
At first glance, one may think that it is a Korean grocery or Kpop Karaoke, But the restaurant had attracted several loyal clientele over the years.
Ga Mi Jung
There are also a lot of locals and even Koreans who would dined-in at the place. This place is good for friend, family and hang-out place. A small portion had some Korean ice cream and foods.
There are some celebrities like Mr. Dennis Padilla, local politicians among others.
The capacity is 40 ground floor and another 40 at the second floor. The second floor is more traditional as visitors are required to remove their shoes. Furniture and fixture adhere to Korean vibe.
The restaurant also serve unlimited samgyeopsal in which one can share between 2 to 4 people.
shredded mix vegetables
scrambled egg with minced carrots and spring onions\
tofu with curry
appetizer like scrambled egg, shredded cabbage with carrots, kimchi and white rice.
Mandu– fried dumpling with sauce
Seonji -Haejangguk ( Ox Blood Hangover soup ) – This is good with rice, not too spicy and there are bit of coagulated ox blood in rich soup.
Japchae – Korean two kind of noodles, glass noodles and thick wheat noodles combined. Stir fry cooked in Korean soy sauce, carrots, pork meat and shredded onion leeks leaves topped with sesame seeds.
Jok Bal -a Korean dish made from pork pig trotters cooked in soy sauce , spices topped with sesame seeds , sliced fresh tomatoes and fresh lettuce leaves. The meat is wrapped in fresh lettuce leaves, sauce and adding some side dishes before eating.
Galbi Jjim/ Kalbi Jjim – it is a tender, delicious Korean braised short ribs cooked using some spices in soup base. A good compliment with white jasmine rice.
The group ordered rice, Sundae -Gukbap/ Soondae -Gukbap ( blood sausage pork intestine soup) , Galbi Jjim, Japchae, Mandu ( fried dumpling) and Gopchang ( pork intestine soup)
What we love about the restaurant is that they refill the side dishes. The staff were friendly and gave us endless cold water. Our group would rate this restaurant 7.25 out of 10.
Special “Thanks” Ms. Jo Quimpo, Mr. Lebon Ong and Sir. Ramon Calado for the warm invite.
Address: 256, Sumulong Highway, Barangay Mambugan, Antipolo City , Rizal
Contact: (02) 451 1147 Globe : 0916-9696-921
Smart : 0921-732-9369
Operations: Mondays to Fridays from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm