Skip to main content

PH | Mr. Kimbob Korean Health Food

Finding a need for a change in cuisine, the family decided to try Mr. Kimbob for dinner one night.

Mr. Kimbob

I must admit, I've never had much experience with Korean food before this.  Oh sure, I've been to BonChon's countless of times; but I seriously doubt if they can be classified as a good representation of traditional Korean fare, no matter how darn great their fried chicken is.

Kidding aside, I guess it was high time for us to try at least a more traditional Korean meal, which in this case is Bibimbob, Mr. Kimbob's signature Bibimbap dish (cheesy word play.  Kimbob = Bibimbob?  Get it?  Take note it is a registered trademark.  Hmmm... Moving on...)

Bibimbob

Similar to Bibimbap, Bibimbob (Php99.00 for a regular serving) is a mixed rice dish of namul (sauteed vegetables), a choice of meat (in this case, chicken, pork or beef), gochujang (chili paste) and a special sauce.  A runny fried egg is placed on all this goodness.  Mix everything well.  Best eaten pipping hot. 

We also couldn't pass up the chance to have a bowl of Japchae (Php99.00), too.  Just as sweet and savory as the one BonChon sells.  Yum!

Japchae

I guess you can say our first formal foray in Korean food was a success.  Can't wait to try something else from the menu next time!  J

***

Mr. Kimbob Korean Health Food
FS-10B SM Foodcourt, SM Bacoor
Habay 11, Bacoor, Cavite
Philippines
W    http://www.mrkimbob.com/

Please visit the Mr. Kimbob website (click here for the site) for more information on menu items and branch locations.

Comments

  1. Kaka-post ko lang tungkol sa Mr. Kimbob. We enjoyed it pero kulang yung pagkaluto sa kanin.

    ReplyDelete
  2. It's like Pepper Lunch no? :)

    ♥ joei
    www.joeiandme.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Almost like Pepper Lunch but I think I like Pepper Lunch better. Mr. Kimbob is ok naman but there are more choices in Pepper Lunch. =)

      Delete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

PH | Bang's Tony & Jackey Beauty Salon's Aqua Volume Rebond

I've always had ruly, unmanageable hair for as long as I can remember, hence the introduction of rebonding services here in PH is a blessing.  I've been having my hair rebonded or relaxed once a year since 2002.  It's an expense that I make sure is always included in the yearly luxury budget.

Whereas before I used to have my hair rebonded at a David's Salon (since they always deliver consistently great results), I had to stop and look to other establishments when they eventually jacked up their prices (what used to cost me Php3,000 is now priced at Php5,000 to Php6,000, depending on the branch!).  Too much for my already hurting wallet.  Hence, the need to try other salons.  I've been happy with the results, so far.

The one thing though. that always gets me though is how lifeless and limp my hair tends to look when newly treated.  It's always the case wherever I have my tresses done.  It will look it's best at least a month or 2 after treatment.  It was onl…

Style for Less: Ballerina Flats (Tory Burch vs Kamiseta)

Have you ever noticed how fashionable high-end items just keep on being reinvented by some other brand.  Well after having my eyes checked for fear of seeing doubles (normal daw sabi ni Doc), I decided to scour through the malls in search of fashion doppelgangers.

***
THE SPLURGE: Tory Burch's Reva ballerina flats (USD195 or around Php9,000)

When well-known American fashion designer Tory Burch released her line of Reva ballerina flats, it was an instant hit.  Known for its incredibly comfortable material and structure with a nicely padded sole and an elasticized heel, these babies made a killing and everyone wanted one. 

How to Apply for a Philippine Postal ID Card

I've said it once and I'll say it again, woe to the newly married woman who has, for years, have gotten so used to her surname only to find that a single (wedding) day, will change this familiarity forever.

I have to admit, it was not easy for me to adapt to a new surname, due mainly for professional reasons.  Throughout my profession career, I have been known by my maiden name and to have to inform all my contacts of the change was, well, too tiresome.  And so I decided to go the hypenated route and I eventually ended up with 2 surnames.  Such was the compromise!  =)