BonChon Chicken: Korea’s chicken l...

BonChon means “original village.” I don’t anything about Korean villages but I do know a thing or two about originality and defintely BonChon chicken is a taste that is unique and original for me. I have never tried chicken that tasted this way and it is fast becoming a Pinoy favorite. I first saw BonChon at the Ayala Triangle Gardens some years back and I often wondered why there were so many people. Now that I live close to the Greenbelt 1 branch, I realized why it is the favorite of many. It fulfills three basic wants of every Pinoy chicken eater;...

KC Chicken: Koreatown’s Chicken Pl...

This piece of chicken looks very ordinary. It comes from a restaurant called KC Chicken located at 12 Cirilo St. Isidora Hills, Brgy Holy Spirit, Quezon City. However, you must know by now that looks can be deceiving. Two large piece of this fried chicken costs P70, each at P35 regardless of whether it’s white or dark meat. I always go for the leg-thigh combination. I think that at it’s price, this chicken is a steal. What’s so special about it? This fried chicken is the best Korean fried chicken I have ever tried. It looks so ordinary. Much like the...

Seoul Restaurant in Korea town

I would never bother to write or feature a restaurant that I hated. It would be a waste of both my time and the readers’. I’m sure those who come to read my posts are people looking for a good place to eat. So, to honor my readers who live in the North, mainly Quezon City, I will write about an old love. Presenting, the restaurant that made me fall in love with Korean food. The Seoul Restaurant sits beside a language school for Koreans inside Brgy. Holy Spirit, Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City. Now here’s one thing you need to know about Koreans; their...