Fantastic Baka: Your Next Favorite Korean Restaurant

If you have been following my blog since day 1, then you are already aware of how much I love to eat out at Korean restaurants! Apparently, I always love to explore different Korean restaurants. I always want to try out their menu and check out the differences in each restaurant. I think I am fortunate enough to come across Fantastic Baka which is located in Quezon City.

About Fantastic Baka

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Located in the heart of Quezon City, Fantastic Baka is one of the Korean restaurants that serve unlimited meat and side dishes. Not to mention that they also serve milk tea. In fact, it is even unlimited apart from the unlimited juice they offer.

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Fantastic Baka offers 17 kinds of pork and meat. Each meat has it own flavor – either it is not marinated or marinated.

Moreover, Fantastic Baka is a high-end Korean restaurant. As a matter of fact, its ingredients that use for their menu directly comes from Korea. Its food is not just something that is a Filipino-made, but its menu is definitely of a Korean-made.

Kinds of Meat in Fantastic Baka

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They have got three different types of meat – pork, chicken, and beef. As I mentioned above, Fantastic Baka serves 17 kinds of meat.

For Fantastic Pork – this includes:

Belly
Thin Belly
Neck Part
Skirt
Jowl
Seasoned Neck Part
Spicy Bulgogi
Rack

Meanwhile, Fantastic Chicken includes:

BBQ Chicken
Spicy Chicken

Lastly, for Fantastic Beef, it has the following:

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Plate
Seasoned Plate
Seasoned Bulgogi
Brisket Point
Prime Chuck Eyeroll
Seasoned Prime Chuck Eyeroll
Hanging Tender

You have to take note that the meal cost still depends on what you order from the menu.

10 Kinds of Pork and Chicken

Php 750 (Regular Price)
Php 499 (Promo Price)

17 Kinds of Pork and Chicken – Premium Unlimited

Php 1200 (Regular Price)
Php 799 (Promo Price)

My Thoughts on Dining at Fantastic Baka

To be honest, among the restaurants that I have been to, I must say that Fantastic Baka is one of the best! It might not as affordable as other Korean restaurants, but it is guaranteed that dining at Fantastic Baka is definitely worth the price!

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They have got big servings of meat, so as the side dishes! You would not mind paying the cost. The meat is well-marinated and tender. Each meat is cut evenly and not too thick!

The side dishes taste so delicious that you would want to have everything! Also, if you are the type of person who loves milk tea, you will surely enjoy their unlimited milk tea! Although, I didn’t like their milk tea that much. It doesn’t taste bad at all. It just didn’t fit my taste. Nevertheless, it is still good to drink!

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About the Place

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I actually live in Cavite (Southern Part of Luzon) so it took me hours to get to Fantastic Baka which is located in the northern part of Metro Manila. But traveling all the way to the restaurant was all worth it!

The restaurant consists of two floors. Its first floor is for regular customers. Meanwhile, the upper part is for some private events or gatherings, or I think it is for huge groups. It looks really cute upstairs because every dining area is cover with walls.

Those walls look like a traditional house which is kind of similar to a traditional house in Korea. The place is clean and bright. It is huge enough that you don’t need to wait in line for long hours.

How far can you go for unlimited samgyupsal?

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Location

Grandia Building, Mother Ignacia St., Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines 1101

Operating Hours

Monday-Thursday (11:00 am to 12:00mn)
Friday-Sunday (11:00am to 2:00am)

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