I've been craving for some ramyun that day but the cheapest korean restaurant near campus is always full. Then a friend suggested me to try one near Pag-asa market. It's the orange colored store with clear glass windows and food signages.
It's been there for a long time but I was too scared to go in because in the past, the windows were tinted. The building isn't so appealing from outside either. But after my friend confirmed that the food is good, I just gotta try.
The place isn't that bad inside. I can't really feel the aircon but it's not hot either. I also like their partitions because people don't get to see how much I'm eating given the right table.
Place: ET Korean Restaurant
Where: Near Pag-asa market, Olongapo City Philippines
Price Range: Drinks are P80-P250
Foods are P120-P1,200
When I was looking at the menu, I was thinking P120 is too pricey for a bowl of instant noodle (I know a pack would cost P35 only) specially P180 for fried eggs. Makes me rethink whether I should order or just cook at home.
Anyway, I didn't order any drinks so they gave me a pitcher of water with four free pickled side dishes. What I didn't like about it is that it was too cold than what I would like.
When i received my order, I'm kind of surprised with the amount of servings. The entire meal can feed about three to four persons. I'm actually really full with just half a bowl of ramyun, I barely touched the egg rolls and gimbap and took home what's left.
I haven't tried the rest in the menu but if this simple home foods are satisfying enough, I bet the other ones will be just as good. Why don't you cmment below your favorite korean food? Maybe I could give it a try.
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