Chef’s Noodle is a fast-casual dining that offers Korean food with big servings at affordable prices . It is located at the second floor of University Mall along Taft Avenue. Chef's Noodle will have its grand launching on September 18, 2012.
Chef’s Noodle is not the usual Korean restaurant. Celebrity Chef, Choi In Sun carefully and meticulously crafted a selection of mouthwatering fusion to satisfy ones craving for Korean favorites.
For most people, comfort food means chocolate. For me, a hot bowl of noodles. I enjoyed Chef's Noodle signature dish, aptly named Chef's Noodle. Topped with tamago, spouts, fried tofu, jun-ya, kutchai, and the choice of the restaurant’s secret seafood or beef broth. At P150, this dish is good for sharing up to 5 people. Chef's Noodle is so generous at refilling the soup itself. I'm definitely coming back for this!
Although I'm not so into beef, Chef's Noodle's Starking Fire Sushi is a dish that you should not miss. At P160, this sushi is topped with thinly sliced beef, served with special sushi sauce. What made it more exciting is that it is torched in front of customers, a first of its kind.
I like tofu a lot, in whatever way it is cook, so I highly recommend this Chili Tofu. An order of this dish can and will fill a dieter's tummy. It can be eaten with rice or just by itself (yum, yum, still salivating for this)
Kimbap, this sushi is deliciosly wrapped to perfection. I particularly enjoyed the black and sesame seeds that is generously splattered on top.
As for the rest of the dishes, I'd say go to Chef's Noodle and go Korean. You will definitely enjoy your stay not only because of its fine dishes more so with the courteous and efficient staff - from Managers down the line.
To quench your thirst, I recommend you try bottomless tea at P55.00 only. If you have sweet tooth, go for Strawberry Tea. I prefer Lemon Tea over Strawberry though.
For reservation or inquiries, you may call Chef's Noodle at 405-0129 or 708-9520