Tuesday, August 4, 2015


Can't believe it's been a year since I went to Chef's Noodle opening at Robinsons Magnolia (read my story here). And just recently, I had a pleasure to attend their opening at Ayala Fairview Terraces. They still offer wide array of mouthwatering Korean dishes.

The restaurant’s more adventurous take on food is something that keeps guests exciting and wanting more as the menu – which offers both Korean fusion and traditional Korean dishes; was developed by award-winning Korean celebrity chef Choi in Sun. 

I personally loved the interiors. Looking high-class but affordable dishes is a win-win in my book. The place look cozy enough for get togethers and celebrations. The Ayala Fairview Terraces branch is fresh and vibrant, carrying K-Pop inspirations.

The amazing people behind Chef's Noodle.

Guests included friends from the media as well as VIPs such as Carlo Orosa, Arnold Vegafria, and of course, Chef’s Noodle Philippines endorser Sam Concepcion.

The opening was also graced by MMDA Chairman Francis Tolentino who also joined Sam Concepcion in the official opening and ribbon cutting of Chef's Noodle.

Some notable menu items include, the restaurant’s specialty, the Starking Fire Sushi (choice of Australian beef, shrimp or tuna), Bulgogi Kimbap, Leek and Shrimp Twigim, Seafood Pajun, Bibimbap, Ddukbokki Carbonara, Curry Dupbap, Kas Basket, Spicy Pork Dupbap, the house special, Chef’s Noodle, as well as special desserts that are unique to Chef’s Noodle Philippines.

Thank you Chef's Noodle for having me! :)

So, if you're craving for Korean cuisine, don't forget to visit their branches at Robinsons Magnolia (656-7033) SM North EDSA The Block (376-5367), Robinsons Place Malolos (0917-548-6187) and Ayala Fairview Terraces (364-8878).

Check out Chef’s Noodle’s website, www.chefsnoodlephils.com and its Facebook account www.facebook.com/chefsnoodlephils for more details. Open for franchising. 

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