*We heard K.ribs closed. 🙁 Sad panda.
After hearing so much about a “Korean ribs place” in Banawa, I finally decided to check it out. The restaurant is called K.RIBS. And no, the “K” doesn’t stand for “Korean.” The owners originally wanted to name their restaurant “Cribs,” but due to DTI regulations, they had to modify the name to K.RIBS. It was approved and they stuck with it. The idea was to serve home-cooked meals, hence the word “crib” which is slang for home, and the house-shaped logo. The name fits their cuisine perfectly since one of their best sellers is their barbecue ribs.
The Food
The reason I went was for their barbecue ribs and I wasn’t disappointed. It’s cooked with barbecue sauce, which is very rich in flavor, and the serving size is worth the price (P135 for a plate of awesome-ness!). The barbecue ribs are one of their best sellers. Other favorites include the crispy pata, lechon kawali, and “garlicky” shrimps.

The Interiors
It would be classified as a hole-in-the-wall, but the place has a very warm feel to it. The walls are painted with light and comfy hues like oranges, browns, & yellows. It’s a relatively small space which accommodates around 10 small tables. It’s open air yet the place is very clean and tidy.

The Location
K.RIBS is located a few meters from Paseo Arcenas in Banawa. It’s across South Hills International School. It’s by the road and can be accessed via private car or PUJ. There’s a small parking space just outside the restaurant although you can always park by the road.

What else can I say? It’s cheap and the food is great. I’m definitely going back.

Hint: It’s not on the menu yet but you can request for spicy barbecue ribs!




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