Friday, September 7, 2012

Chef's Noodles, a Korean restaurant, launches its first branch in Manila

Asian cuisine is one of the best in the world. I have learned to love Korean food after being acquainted with a lot of Koreans in the past seven years, and having taught some Korean students too.

In order to cater to the growing interest for all things Korean while also paying tribute to his roots, celebrity chef Choi In Sun has crafted a selection of mouthwatering fusion of Korean favorites for the latest fast-casual dining restaurant around. In August 2012, Chef's Noodle has launched its very first branch in Manila, located at the University Mall at Vito Cruz St., very near De La Salle University.

Whether you are craving for some noodle dishes, sushi, or rice meals expect to find an awesome assortment of delectable Korean specialties at Chef’s Noodle.

Bulgogi Leek Jun (Korean Bulgogi Pancake)

Leek Shrimp Twigim 
(deep fried leeks and shrimp in a special tempura batter)

The restaurant is a Master Franchise by Simisim Group of Companies in the Philippines, which assures that quality of its brand. Grace Lee, a popular Korean celebrity, is happy to be the restaurant’s endorser.

Chef’s Noodle has something more exciting to offer given from its Starking Fire Sushi (a first of its kind) to its signature dish, simply called, "Chef’s Noodle." Here, we are shown how they serve the meat raw on the table and they put fire in seconds to cook it. Look at how the meat is cooked slowly by the fire.

Starking Fire Sushi (still raw)

Starking Fire Sushi (already cooked)

Chef’s Noodle doesn’t just offer delectable dishes that have a unique twist, it also makes sure that it keeps prices affordable so that more people can enjoy awesome Korean food. Perfect for anyone who’s in the mood for a hearty, delicious meal. I must say that your time and money will be all worth it!

Here are the other yummy dishes we have tried:

Chef’s Noodle 
(Chef’s Noodle’s signature dish; topped with tamago, spouts, fried tofu, jun-ya, kutchai, and the choice of the restaurant’s secret seafood or beef broth.)

Bibim Noodles
(Cold noodles topped with bulgogi, tamago, Korean bean sprouts, kutchai, and our Chef’s Noodle’s version of sweet and spicy Bibim Sauce.)

Seafood Pajun (Korean Seafood Pancake) 

Spicy Ddukbokki 

Chef's Noodle is located at the 2/F University Mall, Taft Avenue. 

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