|There it is! Right below Fitness First! Shot taken from outside URBN|
Months since I first saw Seoul Express, I noticed that it was thriving and never seemed to lack for a crowd, there must be something to it I thought. So the next post rainy day my girl and I decided to check it out. I had such a great time a KPub that I felt any Korean Food could do no wrong.
|Prices aren't bad, I think the small portions are usually enough|
|Tuna Sashimi Bibimbab|
As for value, at 280 and 300 pesos I wouldn't say its cheap. But I do have an idea of what Fort Strip rent is so I completely understand. The food is good, the red, spicy sauce and the "appetizers" are all in your bowl which you are supposed to mix together - another favorite of mine, I love "arroz ala cubana" and love mixing it all together and eating the complex mix of each component in every bite. No need to portion and plan each bite, just mix it all!
What can I say? Its good Korean food made right their by a Korean couple. Eating outside isn't so bad as long as it isn't full on summer. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. To sum this up, its really a hawker market experience that sticks out like amidst one of the swankiest areas in Metro Manila. Dining here is a novel, non commercial experience, like dining in exactly what it is, an authentic Korean kitchen. Try it!