Indulge in Authentic Premium Korean Cuisine at Maple Tree House

  1. "One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well." - Virginia Woolf

Samgyupsal became so popular that I had to try it myself. I don't know about you but I was surprised to know that I had to cook my own food. It wasn't relaxing. Eating out, for me, means enjoying food with my family and friends. Multi-tasking isn't my cup of tea.


Maple Tree House is an almost 2-decade old Korean restaurant with branches in different countries. Korean food authenticity, check! My prayers were answered. We had a personal waiter, he brought our orders, served the soup, grilled the meat, cut the meat, and distributed it to each of our plates. I didn't have to lift a finger. This must be what Bruce Wayne must have felt! Kidding aside, what more could I ask for? He even poured the drinks for us. I wasn't surprised at all. I mean, the place exudes luxury. 

They paid attention to the details judging from the tables, chairs, cutleries, the equipment for cooking, and the overall interior design. Not to mention the lights that set the right mood. There was limited seating and ample space between tables, enough for conversations to stay private. I could picture myself closing a business deal over lunch or dinner after a great experience like this.


The sides were the refillable ones. I couldn't complain. My appetite is not suited for a buffet, anyway. After all the food crawls I've experienced, my priorities changed. Quality over quantity. I won't repeat eating the same food if I'm not into it. 

When I go out to eat, I make sure I have a great time conversing with the people I'm with. The food was cooked to perfection, it tastes awesome and I'm more than satisfied. I recommend the best sellers such as famous galbi, woosamgyup, prime bulgogi, bibimbap, and marinated pork collar. You can't go wrong with anything on the menu since I tried most of them.

At the end of the day, it's all up to you. Do you prefer a calm, stress-free dining experience to the opposite?

Have you been to the Maple House Tree? I'd like to hear your thoughts as well. Cheers!

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