With recipes brainstormed by the Award-Winning Korean Chef Choi In Sun, Chef’s Noodle is a Korean fast food and casual dining restaurant originally franchised from South Korea.

For some reason, my sister was excited to try their bibimbap (P99). Adding extra chili pepper paste made her bibimbap taste spicier. Her only complaint was that some of the beef were clumped together

Isaac and I, on the other hand, was more excited to try their specialty, the Chef’s Noodle (P150). Luncheon meat, leeks,crab meat, tofu, beef and egg inscribed with Korean words were the contents of their Chef’s Noodle. A one-time refill of their broth is inclusive of the dish as well. If you want your noodles spicy, you can do what my sister did, she added chili pepper paste to her soup.

ou might want to consume the noodles as soon as possible since the hot plate will overcoook the noodles the longer you wait. Despite the presence of the air conditioner, the hot plates really helped keep the food hot.

For drinks, I had some sweet bottomless strawberry iced tea (P75).

The kas basket (P130) contained breaded chicken which tasted even better with their special blend of sweet and creamy sauce.

The Kimari Twigim (P138) waas my order, I preferred eating it with the sweet and sour sauce. You might find it bland without the sauce since it only contains japchae (Korean glass noodles), batter and seaweed.

Overall, the food was okay. The price is quite reasonable, especially the Chef’s Noodles which only costs P150. The ambience is great as well, despite being a fast food restaurant, it does not give off such a vibe.


Chef’s Noodle is located at the ground floor of SM North Edsa.