A healthy meal is a must for a mom like me. Unique, appetizing food choices and value for money are important considerations for me when dining out with the kids. It was a great experience to have dined at Chef’s Noodle at The Block, SM North Edsa.
I tried Chef’s Noodle’s Signature Dish, and I was surprised that it was really good, bursting with flavors. I was really excited as we tasted their specialties, one by one, which I will share with you. I must warn you my dear friends. Hahaha! You might end up drooling and hungry after reading this post.
Fresh korean noodles with anchovy and beef broth topped with bean sprouts, fried tofu,spring onions, egg rolls,leeks, red pepper and bulgogi.
What a treat! What’s good with this noodle dish is that this is good for sharing which makes it even more special.
This is Japchae noodles and seaweed tempura called Kimari Twigim. I love it and will definitely re order this at chef’s Noodle!
Starking Fire Sushi is another signature dish of Chef’s Noodle! An experience you would definitely want to try!
Bibimbap is a signature Korean mixed rice dish.It is served with a bowl of white rice topped with namul (sauteed and seasoned vegetables) and gochujang (chili pepper paste).Sliced meat and raw or fried egg are common additions.
We also tried this yummy korean pancake called Seafood Pajun.
Spicy Ddukbokki is a sweet and spicy rice cake seasoned with various fruit juices. At first I was afraid to try… When I tasted it, it wasn’t that spicy at all.
This is Chef’s Noodle’s Japchae! I love it! It’s so flavorful and the noodles are cooked just right. How i wish i could’ve eaten more of this.I highly recommend this glass noodle dish.
Special desserts were served and this made our lunch at Chef’s Noodle complete! Another gastronomical experience i will never forget with my blogger friends at Chef’s Noodle.
Try their signature dishes and visit Chef’s Noodle!
SM City North EDSA The Block
Chef’s Noodle Branches:
University Mall-Taft Ave.
Soon to open: Robinsons Malolos-Bulacan
For franchising inquiries, you may call 584-0205 or 0917-5715886.