Reviews on Korean food in Tarlac, Tarlac Province, Philippines. Tarlac (Kapampangan: Lalawigan ning Tarlac; Ilokano: Probinsia ti Tarlac; Pangasinan: Luyag na Tarlac; Filipino: Lalawigan ng Tarlac) is a landlocked province located in the Central Luzon region in the Philippines. It is bounded on the north by the province of Pangasinan, Nueva Ecija on the east, Zambales on the west and Pampanga in the south. The province comprises three congressional districts and is subdivided into 17 municipalities and one city, Tarlac City, which is the provincial capital.
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Decided on a change and stopped at The Pig House.This is a Korean restaurant where each table is also has a cooking plate. ... Suppose with all those gas bottles it explains why the tables are so far apart and it looks a bit empty.For php 399 you get all you can eat pork and beef which you cook for yourself along with a number of side dishes which are refilled on request.So with iced tea and an ice cream to finish not a bad deal.The beef was good and the side dishes refilled promptly by the attentive staff. One point they make and the staff strictly enforce is that if one of your party does not have the unlimited deal they CANNOT have any of the other parties food and staff are very quick to enforce this rule.Despite this we did enjoy the meal and unlimited with 2 hours was reasonable so will return.
This was a very nice restaurant with a nice and quiet atmosphere. All you can eat with a catch to it. Eat what you want but eat what you take. Highly recommended when coming through or staying in Tarlac for a few days.
We serve traditional and modern Korean food, ice cream, Bingsu (Korean shaved ice), and ice cold drinks.
RichKing is an authentic Korean Restaurant serving very delish food. You'll know they are authentic just by the smell. The owners are very approachable and hospitable, they'll ask you about their service. Plus the servings are big, like always for 3. The location though -- very unlikely.. Limited parking.. (Does not affect the quality of food)
I went on vacation to Philippines from America and we to this restaurant with my wifeâs family (13) people. And when we went they had a Korean style buffet and Filipino food. I did not go for the Filipino food because despite it being in warmer trays, The food was still cold. As for the Korean style buffet. They did not have any beef. Only pork. So my wife could not eat (she cannot eat pork). The pork we did received was not very fresh. Kind of a brownish color almost like it was left out of the refrigerator and cooled afterwards.
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