Explore Forest BBQ grill in Angeles City on your next road trip

Nestled within the woods of this urban city, Forest BBQ in Angeles City uncovers its enormously designed al-fresco Korean grill.

As low as P588 per diner, you get to binge in the ever-popular samgyeopsal with unlimited side dishes, refreshments and their special cheese formula under the veil of decade-old trees.

Added with rhythms and beats on the background, this newly-opened grill is becoming a hit go-to hangout for Korean food and music enthusiasts.

Moreso, car owners no need to worry as another spacious parking lot is made available.

Forest BBQ co-owner Paul Galang said during they mainly focused on the ambiance of the place to give its customers the most satisying outdoor dining experience.

An indoor space is also open for intimate gatherings.

Seen as the biggest Korean grill in Pampanga, co-owners Joel Tan and Allaine Tan added that their venue (indoor and outdoor combined) can hold up to more than 500 persons, perfectly designed for big group reservations.

Forest BBQ was inaugurated last May 20 with the presence of Angeles City Councilor JC Parker, Municipality of Porac Executive Assistant Francis Tanglao and General Enrique Galang (father of co-owner Paul Galang). The blessing was officiated by Rev. Fr. Ramon V. Torres.

This is located at the New Forest Park Resort, beside Cafe Forest in Pampang, Angeles City.

For seat reservations, visit their official Facebook page Forest Barbecue Express.