Thursday, June 26, 2014

An All Noodle Feast at Chef's Noodle

Hot. Cold. Spicy. Dry, or in a rich and comforting broth. Any way you want it. And at Chef's Noodle, you can have it all... 

Chef's Noodles's signature noodle dishes include a whole range of traditional favorites. And here's just a sampling of what's available at Chef's Noodle...

Start your noodle feast with Kimchi (P 45), the classic and iconic Korean appetizer of fermented vegetables seasoned with Korean herbs and spices for that comforting heat.

Then, go for the Kimari Twigim (P 138), chewy japchae noodles wrapped in seaweed then deep-fried in a special batter mix providing contrasting textures and flavors.

Bibim Noodles (P 155), a refreshingly spicy cold noodle dish with beef and fresh vegetables covered in a rich sweet, sour and spicy sauce with just a hint of sesame oil. Simply mix everything up, including the chili sauce, for sharp and refreshing flavors.

Or go for the hot and spicy Jjampong (P 275), thick wheat noodles with fresh squid, shrimps, mussels and vegetables in a spicy and savory bright red broth. The rich and vibrant colors serve as a visual cue on the broth's bold flavors. Perfect on a rainy day. Or any day, really.

The classic Japchae (P 195), loosely translated as a "mixture of vegetabes," and another iconic Korean dish made with soft and chewy glass noodles stir-fried with various vegetables and beef in a light yet tasty soy sauce, sprinkled with sesame seeds. A mandatory dish to complete your Korean noodle feast.

Chef's Noodle is located at the Lower Ground Floor, Robinsons Magnolia, Aurora Boulevard, Quezon City or call 656-7033 for inquiries.

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