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Where To Order Tteokbokki In Manila If You're Craving It RN

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Like us, there's a big chance you've been spending a lot of your time watching K-dramas—there are too many good ones out right now! And what better way to binge-watch a new series than with some Korean food? You already know we love ramyeon, jjajangmyeon, and Korean corndogs. But we obviously can't talk about amazing Korean food without mentioning tteokbokki

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Recently, tteokbokki was voted as the best comfort food amid the pandemic in South Korea. The popular Korean street food is made of log-shaped rice cakes (called tteok) drenched in a spicy sauce (made of gochujang or red chili paste). It’s often added with eomuk (fish cakes), and if you’re wondering what it tastes like, the rice cakes are chewy and bland, but with the sauce, it’s a tasty dish you that will surely love.

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Excited to try this Korean snack? Here’s where you can order:

1. School Tteokbokki

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If you’re not a fan of spicy food, you can opt for School Tteokbokki’s milder version of the Korean snack. For P150, you can get the basic tteokbokki, or if you’re feeling fancy, you can also order the jajang (black bean sauce) or carbonara version (our fave!).

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2. Maria's Tteokbokki

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Topped with melted cheese, Maria’s Tteokbokki’s bestseller is not a favorite for nothing.  You can get it for P180, and we're sure that you're going to follow that first bite with a delightful “Mmmmmm.” Watch for the special deals that they announce from time to time.

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3. Kzone

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Taste a different kind of tteokbokki at Kzone, where the rice cakes (P25 per stick) are dipped first in a special batter for an even better and crispier coating, and then topped with spicy red sauce. Yum! While you’re at it, you can also order their baked samgyup and crispy chicken.

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4. Sesame and You

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Planning to enjoy tteokbokki with the entire family? Go for Sesame and You’s tteokbokki platter, priced at P1,480 and is good for 10 to 15 people. It’s big enough to fill your tummies, and delicious to be your main dish. If you want a smaller one, they have a tub version worth P300 which can fill up to three fam members.

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5. K-Pops Korean Street Food

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With different branches around the Philippines, anyone can get a taste of K-Pop’s tteokbokki! For only P75, you can now live like your fave K-drama characters and how they eat the Korean snack onscreen. You can also order the kimbap with the tteokbokkia perfect combination that will leave you happy. 

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