After watching a movie alone, i decided to have dinner in one korean restaurant which is very budget friendly - Chef’s Noodle in SM North, The Block. As soon as I entered the store, staff greeted their guests with the ususal korean way of saying ‘hello’ which is ‘anneonghasseyo’ and as soon as you leave their restaurant they will say ‘kamsahamnida’ as saying ‘thankyou’.
I’m all by mysef, so as much as I would like to order at least 3 menus, I cant. ;( I’m afraid that I might not be able to eat all of those. hahaha. Anyways, since it was dinner, I just ordered Bibimbap. Tastes so great. I told the staff not to put any chili paste on it so I can enjoy it (i dont want spicy foods, but it’s an ironic to love korean food) Besides, there were chili paste on the table wherein you can add any amount of it, depending on how you would love to it them. So it’s your own taste. :)
Then I also ordered Iced Tea which is not the usual lemon, but it was Strawberry Iced Tea. Yes, starwberry! Reddish color but not the usual ‘red tea’. Nice combination huh?!
Like what I’ve said, I’d love to order more.. So i ordered Bulgogi Kimbap for me to take it home. hahaha. Bulgogi wrap in a kimbap. Yummy!!! Plus the amazing ceiling and chandelier and background music which of course, all Kpop and korean drama OST. I love it!!!! ;)
Next time, I’ll bring my friends to Chef’s Noodle. There are several branches in other asian countries, it was first here in the Philippines.