Every Filipino is now attracted to the Korean culture especially its Korean-telenovelas, K-pop music and their very appealing Korean dishes. You can now get a taste of that authentic and traditional Korean cuisine at Chef’s Noodle.
A Local Favorite in South Korea
Chef’s Noodle first started in South Korea as a contemporary casual dining restaurant serving a sumptuous array of authentic Korean dishes, specializing in noodles and Korean style pancakes.
Its noodles quickly became a favorite for locals and tourists alike and with stores in over 60 branches all over South Korea. The menu was created by award winning chef Choi In-Su.
Next, Chef’s Noodle opened their first branches in Singapore, Hong Kong and in 2014 they expanded to the Philippines. Chef’s Noodle quickly won the hearts of the food-loving Filipinos and has branches located at Robinsons Magnolia, SM Malolos, and its newest Manila branch at Banawe, Quezon City.
At Chef’s Noodle, they offer a wide variety of budget-friendly, palate-pleasing Korean dishes and with a very generous serving. With a must have on the menu traditional fare like Bibimbap, Kimbap, and hotpot to newer additions like the Korean Carbonara and Korean Hotpot Mixed. Also included in the menu is Kimchi, South Korea’s so-called ‘favorite dish.’ They also served chicken like Chicken Karaage, Korean Fried Chicken and a must-try is their Korean Buffalo Wings!
They also offer different variations of warm and cold noodle dishes, no authentic Korean restaurant would be complete without them. Dining at Chef’s Noodle will truly transport you to the bustling streets of South Korea. All of the dishes cooked at Chef’s Noodle never uses artificial colors, no MSG (Monosodium glutamate) and extenders. It’s just pure authentic Korean food at its best!
Here are some samples of Chef’s Noodle signature dishes:
Galbijim (Korean Beef Stew)
Made of braised short ribs slow simmered over low heat for a tender and sweet finish. P185.00 – with rice
An authentic Korean dish served in a bowl of warm white rice topped with fresh season vegetables, choice of meat (Beef, Pork or Chicken), special bibimbap sauce, garnished with seaweed strips, sesame seeds, topped with egg. P198.00 Beef / P180.00 Prok / P165.00 Chicken
A western twist on the classic Jjampong noodle served as a pasta dish. P275.00
A traditional Korean spicy noodle soup with kimchi, spam, sausages, bacon, tofu and rice cake. P260.00
A popular traditional Korean starter made of fermented vegetables seasoned with savory herbs and spices. P90.00
Korean Buffalo Wings
A version of the famous Buffalo wings, tossed in a Korean-style sauce. P375.00
Korean Fried Rice
Beat the heat with this refreshing summer drink. Minty Peach P120.00, Citrus Kiwi P135.00, Melon Cucumber P115.00, Strawberry Banana P115.00
Head on to any of the Chef’s Noodle branches located at : Chef’s Noodle Banawe – 77 Scout Alcaraz Corner Banawe Street, Banawe, Quezon City. Opens 11:00am to 10:00pm; Chef’s Noodle Robinsons Magnolia – Lower Ground Floor, Robinsons Magnolia, New Manila, Quezon City. Opens 10:00am to 9:00pm and Chef’s Noodle Robinsons Place Malolos – 1st Level, Malolos, McArthur Highway, Sumapang Matanda, Malolos, Bulacan, Philippines.
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