Yesterday, on our way home from our search of a sofa bed, we passed by a Korean Restaurant. We've been eyeing this place for quite some time but didn't get around to stopping by to dine. We decided then to take a look and try their menu.
|Juol Kyeo Chat Gi|
|Their menu printed on a tarpaulin and placed at the entrance of the place|
|We were surprised when the waitress gave Johan a bottle|
of Yakult. Compliments daw from the owner who found
Johan so cute
|Our utensils. A spoon and a pair of chopsticks|
|Johan holding a chopstick on one hand and eating with his other hand :)|
Hubby and I were joking the whole time as to how long will it take us to finish our food while using only the chopsticks. I even told the waitress to have forks ready for "lifeline". Proudly so, we learned how to use the chopsticks and finished our meal not longer than necessary. :)
Verdict? The U-dong tasted good but I find the CholMyeon weird because of the cold noodles. Was it supposed to be cold? I also liked the Korean Kikiam which is surprising because I don't eat our usual Kikiam here in the Philippines. When I was about to try the Kimchi, hubby warned against it and I was just too scared to give it a try after that. Johan obviously liked the U-dong. He asked for seconds when he finished the first serving I gave him.
All in all, the experience is just so-so. I doubt that we'll return to this restaurant but we might give Korean food another go in another restaurant.