We were served with this complimentary dish that its name escaped the server. He just told us that those were sayote (chayote) bits that weren’t that spicy. One bite and it left me drinking some water. It was too spicy for me.
I first had a sip of this from my friend and decided to order one for myself. It seemed to be a good pair to our rice dishes. Cool and rightly sweet, this only costs P50 if ordered with any dish. This combo is also available for their Orange, Lemon, Pineapple and Mango Soda.
My friend had this which I was able to get a bite of. The kimchi rice was flavorful with a little kick but the chicken was a little tough. It was sliced thinly and probably got overcooked. It still paired nicely with the honey mustard and teriyaki sauce.
Ordering this seemed both sinful and adventurous at the same time. I can just imagine the meat overload on this: sausage and bacon. When it was finally served in front of me, I just gazed in awe of it. I especially loved how the honey mustard sauce was drizzled beautifully that it made this striped design on the sausage. The sausage was cooked well. Though the bacon seemed lost in all the rice and sausage, a fair amount of it was placed there. This was one tasty dish that’s simply a must-have here! 🙂
After endless talks were made, we finally finished our dishes. One rice dish could be good for two if you order other dishes. Not only do they serve rice but other Korean food such as noodles, bibimbap and the like. Service was quite good and dishes were served fast. This is definitely one good place to have one’s Korean fix! 🙂