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Currently closed: 10:30 - 12:00
Kiwa - Solaire Resort & Casino is located at Solaire Resort & Casino, Aseana Avenue, Entertainment City, Parañaque City. This is a Korea restaurant near the Solaire Resort & Casino.The average price range at Kiwa - Solaire Resort & Casino is around ₱ 1,500 / Person,and the opening hours are 10:30 - 12:00.Kiwa - Solaire Resort & Casino is a well-known gourmet restaurant in the Solaire Resort & Casino area. There are different kinds of food in Kiwa - Solaire Resort & Casino that are worth trying. If you have any questions,please contact +639219533520, +639955815667, +63288888888.
Delicious food, relaxing ambiance, amazing view and awesome service! One of the best Korean resto I’ve tried. My fiancé and I both felt like we went to Korea for a meal at this restaurant. The food was great too~ The ramyun doesn’t taste too spicy and it doesn’t taste like an instant noodles! (Thankfully) The Spicy seafood stew taste great as well. What we love the most is the Korean pancake, dip it with the sauce and it is heavenly! 💕 Definitely recommend this place! 👍🏻
Ratih N Teto Putranto
This is a really delayed post, I forgot to write it after a series of events happened. Some members of my immediate family dined here months back while we await for the New Year’s fireworks display. We sat at the side window for an optimum view. Aside from a few decent dishes we had here, I also loved the impeccable hands on service they gave. I appreciated the staff serving us like it was a typical night. I knew that they too were looking forward to see the show. Anyway, Kimchi was well done. It was at room temperature, tasty, not too spicy and packed with crunch. It was one of the best, and it was part of the complimentary side dishes. I also adored the thinly sliced yet packed with fine ingredients on their Seafood Pancake (Haemul Pajeon). Go ahead and dip these with sweet and spicy sauce or thick gochujang. If you are a bit adventurous, I suggest having some well marinated Yukhoe, it’s a plate of soy based raw beef mixed with raw egg, pear and vegetables. For dessert, we shared a well loved Korean delight, large Fruit Bingsu. This was a bowl made with fine ice, tons of fruits, corn flakes and condensed milk. I wished we had our dinner here instead. They also have imported barbecue meats as well as a stretch of classic Korean specialities. The prices here are not exactly affordable. Nevertheless, if you feel like binging on quality Korean, this restaurant could be on top of your list.
N Emel CENGİZ
It's been a week of several get-togethers, and a couple of friends who had GCs to spend invited me to have dinner here. Nice Saturday evening treat to have, with lots of time to catch up on stories. We ordered a bowl of bibimbap, samgyeopsal (pork), dak bulgogi (chicken), bulgogi noodles in soup (bulgogi jungol), and two bingsus for just under P5,000 - pretty pricey stuff!One of their waitresses attended to the cooking of each course, so to speak, changing racks three times - a square grill rack for the chicken, a griddle for the pork belly, and a domed bowl for the bulgogi soup, each placed over the stove. There was no "free" banchan, but we did get some soup and two trays of kimchi, as well as lettuce, garlic, and different sauces. These elaborate rituals make eating Korean so much fun.Since I have now done this a few times over the last six months, I'd say their exhaust system is really great - I don't remember smelling like food after dinner. Taste-wise, I can't say they really rise above what I've had elsewhere. Portions were just right for the three of us. We didn't eat a lot of rice. The bingsu was special, however, shaved to a snowflake-like texture, not the usual gritty stuff one gets for halo-halo. I recommend ordering their classic red bean and sesame powder patbingsu, but their mixed fruit bingsu is also a great palate cleanser after the rich flavors of Korean barbecue. A foreign guest started smoking inside the restaurant, and was not made to stop. Since smoking is allowed in the casino area, I suppose one shouldn't be surprised about this.
It was a crazy week full of eating with R's family. We went to several fancy restaurants and one of which is this Korean restaurant in Solaire Resort & Casino. I have never been to Solaire but I recall making a pitch for the high end establishment when I was still with the publishing business so I know that this place is pretty grand.Hello, Kiwa Korean Grill Dining!This posh Korean restaurant is located in what seems to be a new section of Solaire as R could not remember this area before.It opened just a few months ago and it has gained quite a following for those who are very particular with food. The place is beautiful and those who sit near the windows could enjoy the wonderful sunset view. (We reserved a private room though so we just took snapshots of the sunset before placing our orders.)The menu of Kiwa is very limited. There are only five courses to choose from which comes with sashimi and appetizer assortment, Korean pancakes, Stir-fried Glass Noodles (Chapchae), Spicy Tofu Soup and Dessert. You also have to order in pairs if you plan to get this.We decided to go with Saenggalbi but Rib Eye version (PHP3,200), Bulgogi (PHP2,800), Grilled Samgyupsal (PHP2,000) and Yangnyumgalbi (PHP3,000).While waiting for the meats, the side dishes were served.The sashimi assortment looked amazing and mouthwatering.I first had a taste of the salmon cut and it was not as soft as I wanted. R told me that the reason why the texture was like that was because it was not sashimi but smoked salmon. No wonder.The other seafood cuts were great! Tuna was lovely and the squid cuts had a nice chewy texture. I loved it!Chapchae was pretty good too as it was not overly oily yet flavorful.The Korean pancakes are your typical pancakes. If you are trying to watch your weight or save tummy space, you might want to skip this one.But you have to get a bite of the Korean Pear Kimchi and Pumpkin Salad. Those two dishes were heavenly.The slight crunch of the pear and faint taste of kimchi made this dish such a great appetizer to whet the appetite. I loved this dish!The pumpkin salad had a nice mushy texture which was balanced with the crunch from watermelon bits on the base. It was savory yet refreshing. I fell in love with the sweetness of the pumpkin they used. Get a bit of shredded carrots for additional bite.The salmon salad was great too but I was hoping there were more salmon cuts. I think they just included around six salmon roses in the salad. Nonetheless, the greens used were undeniably fresh!While enjoying the side dishes, Korean pickled radish and some greens were served. These were for the meat dishes.And finally, the main dishes arrived. All four courses were prepared in front of us.The rib eye was the first one grilled and it was spectacular.The meat was indeed premium beef. It was succulent and tender. Seasoned with a few spices, we got to enjoy the natural taste of the meat. It went so well with the pink salt, garlic slices and red pepper too! 😍The samgyupsal, which was rated as one of the best samgyupsal in Manila, was delectable! It was also juicy and tender. It was far from the ones I have tried before. It was so good that it can be enjoyed as is. Though of course, taste could be enhanced with a bit of garlic and red pepper.I went crazy with the bulgogi! It was the type of bulgogi I love! The thinly sliced beef were so tender and the broth was not overwhelmingly sweet. The glass noodles were perfectly cooked and it was cut just right. (I am drooling and palpitating with excitement just thinking about it.) 😆The marinated short ribs was one of the favorites that night. It was also succulent as the other dishes but the marinade made us flip and our taste buds experience Octoberfest happiness.We quickly ordered another order of this and rib eye (as we need to order two at a time).After almost two hours of eating, we ended the wonderful meal with a cup of plum tea. It was sweet with a tinge of sourness. I liked it. (And I heard that it is good for digestion, especially since we ate a lot of meat.)It was a great dinner and I would love to go back for more! ❤️ (Total damage: PHP18,200)
Stephie Yogi Senjaya
Although it is on the pricey side, the food does not disappoint! The place looks fantastic and it gives you a break from all the rowdy korean places in the metro. Would recommend their haemul pajeon, fruit bingsu, and jjamppong!
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