My husband and I love to dine out. We want to try various restaurants when the budget and time permits. I love Chinese, Japanese and Filipino dishes while my husband prefers American, Mexican and Italian dishes. We are still on the look out of the best Korean Restaurants.
I have noticed that there are a lot of Koreans here in the Philippines, I realized that when we have visited Widus Hotel and Casino in Pampanga. In Pampanga, they are everywhere and I think that it’s a good sign for our tourism and economics. We even tried some of the Korean dishes that were included in Widus Hotel’s menu and we liked it.
Since we are in search of the best Korean Restaurant, I didn’t think twice to say yes when I got an invite to attend the opening of Yoree Restaurant here at Molito Alabang. I am a southerner and Molito Alabang is just 10 minutes away from where I live.
The ribbon cutting ceremony were graced by the restaurant owners with celebrity guests Rhian Ramos and Vanessa Matsunaga. This new store at Molito Alabang is their second one (the other one is located at BGC).
After the ribbon cutting ceremony, we were welcomed inside to try some of their dishes.
This is me with co-bloggers Ruth and Noy Floresca and Roselle of Good Housekeeping.
Here are the photos of some of the food that were served to us during the event.
Yangnyum Galbi P580
Galbi Jjim P400 – Braised short rib stew
Jap Chae P200.00
Gyeran Jjim P130 – Stemed Egg on hot stone
I have a low tolerance for spicy food and most of the dishes that were served was a bit spicy but I was surprised that I was able to taste them all. Personally, I like the Hae Mool pa jeon, Jap Chae, Galbi Jjim, Yangnyum Galbi and the Sikhye. I will be coming back to try these dishes again and I will bring my family with me so that they can also taste authentic Korean dishes.
Before I end this article, I would like to mention that besides the yummy dishes that I had during the event, I was so happy to see my favorite artist Ms. Lea Salonga (remember my Philip Stein watch article?).
Photo opp muna (this was taken at the second floor of the store where you can have your private/intimate events).
I hope you can check out Yoree Restaurant here at Molito and tell me what is your favorite dishes on their menu.
Thanks to trailsunlimited for most of the pictures here.
How to get to Molito Alabang via commute?
- Ride a bus going to Alabang
- From Alabang ride a jeep going to Zapote or Las Pinas or SM Southmall
- Tell the driver to drop you off at Molito (Yoree Restaurant is just behind Puregold Molito)
From Coastal Mall/Baclaran:
- Ride a jeep to Alabang/Las Pinas
- Tell the driver to drop you off at Molito
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