This restaurant is placed not so far from Busan station and in the same area as Texas street and China Town. The name of this restaurant is “Mabuhay”, and in Filipino this word means a greeting, “usually expressed as Mabuhay!, which literally means “long live”.” [Wikipedia] This place is very authentic. While I, as a Russian may not be the best judge, my Filipino friend said that in this restaurant he felt the real atmosphere of his home.
The menu is very varied, and you can choose any type of meat, soup, main dishes, and dessert. Prices are not super high and almost the same as in Korean places. You can also do some kakaoke or enjoy others’ singing while eating your meal. Plus, you can pick up some snacks for home!
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