Trying Out Chef’s Noodles Bibimbap

food musings, foodie adventures, korean food, dining out

I have always raved about Korean cuisine ever since I had the chance to dine in one of those hole-in-the-wall Korean carinderia in Makati many years ago. That is why I have been eyeing the Chef’s Noodles branch at the local mall but we never really get to try it there. Good thing we finally managed to visit a few weeks back and got to taste their bibimbap. This dish is a traditional Korean dish and literally translates to “mixed rice.” Simply put, it is a bowl of warm rice topped with different ingredients, including beef, seafood, eggs and vegetables. I am a big fan of rice topping so I was really looking forward to trying this dish out.

food musings, foodie adventures, korean food, dining out

For our very first Chef’s Noodles experience, we opted for their Donglyo Meal Option B, comprised of a big serving of Chef’s Noodle, 2 orders of Bibimbap {that has 3 different flavors you can choose from ~ pork, chicken or beef ~ we opted for beef}, and 2 glasses of iced tea for Php455. As I’ve mentioned, it was the first time I am having bibimbap so I am not sure what to expect, but I was hoping it will be delicious. And it was! I am a veggie lover so this meal really delighted my taste buds. I love the crunchy carrots, mongo shoots, and other greens. I also enjoy the right amount of nori added in my bowl. This is ideal for those who have big appetite and enjoys a generous serving of rice in their meal. The beef strips is also good. We just thought our Chef Noodle was a bit bland and they could’ve attended a bit more seasoning and spices in it, although, we thought the generous noodle serving deserves our thumbs up!

food musings, foodie adventures, korean food, dining out

We had a lovely dining experience at Chef’s Noodles, even when our meals took a little while to be served. We love the ambiance and the lovely restaurant interior, as well as the nice-looking tables and chairs. And can I just add that their attentive staff is simply worthy of mention. I look forward to dining there again soon, and I will make sure to drop by the next time I check out the local orchestra instrument store at the mall. I will most definitely try their japchae and spicy tofu next, along with their Lover’s In Paris shake, which I thought had the most interesting name! ^_^

Have you tried eating at Che’s Noodles? How was the experience like?

Chef’s Noodles Korean Restaurant
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