|Chef's Noodle just opened in Fairview Terraces in Quezon City.|
People up north should rejoice now that they've got another Asian fusion place to go to when they crave for it. The popular restaurant Chef's Noodle just opened its doors to the public at the post Fairview Terraces in Quezon City. It's just on the third floor of the mall and we've seen how big they've grown since we covered some of their store openings last year. They're obviously gunning towards malls who already have a set clientele. This one in particular in the north usually have residential areas, villages, nearby provinces who go all the way there for fun, food and recreation. This establishment is partly owned by Sam Concepcion and he's got several partners I think who are so into the food business they decided that it's the right time to open a new branch again in this area.
The place can sit around 80-100 people and has the charm of an Asian cowboy's country home because of the use of wood, deer antler lighting fixtures and several bowls placed inside shelves on the walls. There's a huge use of wood (all farm raised I guess) and it paints a very warm open space. Nothing's in between tables and chairs so you kinda get the vantage point of it being open anywhere you are seated inside. I think they're also placing a couple more tables outside if they prefer a more mall feel. We were there during it's grand opening so an Italian priest was there to officiate.
MMDA Chairman Francis Tolentino was also there, I think the others in the same frame are all incorporators too. Aside from the nice ambiance and the nice interiors, Chef's Noodle also boasts some of the nicest Korean fusion dishes this side of town. Here's what we had during lunch.
|Red Iced Tea, I think this was Cranberry flavored, a little tangy and not too sweet.|
|Gimbap served as our appetizers. They had different fillings in the center like mangoes, ham, beef, cucumber and asparagus spears.|
|Shrimp Twigim. This is the Korean version of Tempura I guess and it was loved by many. It's crunchy on the outsiide and really fresh on the inside.|
|They call this Spicy Pork. Aside from the finger chili, I think they used Gochujang or Korean Chili Paste in the sauce. They didn't hold back obviously but it was so good with the rice. I loved this among all the things they served that afternoon.|
So for those who are craving for something hot, something definitely Korean, please do not hesitate to go to the 3rd Floor of Fairview Terraces and try the best of Korean Western fusion at Chef's Noodle's newest branch. It's very comfortable there, it's conducive for talk if you're bringing your friends and family. They're open mall hours so if you're into good Korean food, visit them today!
Congratulations Chef's Noodle!
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