Shall We Eat Restaurant is one undiscovered Korean Restaurant in Iloilo City that offers good Korean grubs at affordable prices.
Korean trending is now very evident in the Philippines thanks to our friendly visitors from the Korean Peninsula in the North East Asia. And that does not discount the fact that even Filipinos enjoy the Korean cuisine much like their locals do.
We found a Korean Restaurant named Shall We Eat at the Atrium foodcourt as we stroll around within the vicinity for some comforting food. Of course, we had been enticed by their unique food offers compared to the regular Filipino and fastfood chow we see in the place. So, why not have a taste of Korean cooking if we have the opportunity right in front of our eyes? What convinced us the more is the affordable price they had.
Kimchi Bokkumbab with egg
Kimchi Bokkumbab without egg
The Korean Bulgogi is rice paired with ground beef mixed in different chunks of vegetables. It has a satisfactory taste although we would prefer to have more flavoring on it. What we loved the most is the Kimchi Bokkumbab. It is rice mixed with Kimchi and topped with a sunny side up egg – very tasty and spicy. You can feel the excitement in your mouth as you indulge in a spicy and sour taste of Kimchi.
Not having enough Kimchi? You can also order good for one or more with their separate set of kimchi. Good for one would probably cost you around 20 pesos.
A vegetarian plate of Bibbimbab
If you want more veggies in your plate, try the Bibbimbab. Different slices of vegetables encircle the rice with sunny side up egg on top. You can fine slices of carrots, radishes, onions, cabbages and mushrooms.
Kimbap – Korean-style Sushi
Sushi has always been a huge favorite of ours. Since we saw their good plate of sushi rolls, we didn’t think twice in ordering a set. The Kimbap (Korean version of Sushi) is one set of 14 sushi rolls that is typically your delicious sushi ingredients, lots of veggies and well cooked rice. You can easily satisfy your sushi craving with this delectable set of Kimbap.
Having been filled up with our Korean chow at Atrium foodcourt, we learned that they do have their own restaurant at Lapaz, fronting the Lapaz market just beside The Grand Dame Hotel. It is a tiny nook, somewhat like a carinderia. Several chairs and tables are set inside the small place but it’s cozy enough to make you enjoy a Korean feast.
Shall We Eat Korean & Filipino Restaurant in Lapaz, Iloilo City.
The interiors of Shall We Eat Korean & Filipino Restaurant in Lapaz, Iloilo City.
Here are some items in the menu at Shall We Eat Korean & Filipino Restaurant.