Mr. Kimbob on a Rush

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Mr. Kimbob


We were looking for a good place to eat when we noticed a large crowd in front of a store at the food court. That store was Mr. Kim Bob, another Korean (or Korean inspired) restaurant.

Curious with the hoopla, we ordered two of their beef Bibimbob.

Bibimbob of Mr. Kimbob

What we got is a rice meal on a sizzling plate. For 99 pesos per plate, we got a cup of rice, sunny-side-up egg, fried beef meat, toge (bean sprouts), and other veggies. There is also kimchi since Mr. Kimbob is a Korean restaurant.

Lei wants gulaman, so, ordered palamig from Jose’s Goto.

Palamig from Jose's Goto


Mr. Kimbob’s Bibimbob is fine. Our only complaint with our meal is that the rice is not well-cooked. I think that Mr. Kimbob’s crew rushed the rice because of the large volume of orders. That is understandable but Mr. Kimbob should understand that some customers are unforgiving when it comes to their food.

I actually liked their Bibimbob. My hot plate is empty after a few spoonfuls.

Empty plate of Mr. Kimbob


I might eat again at Mr. Kimbob. I do hope, though, that their rice is perfect next time.

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6 comments:

  1. Another Korean franchise? We have a Korean fried chicken one here, ok...not great and one local Korean restaurant only - dunno how authentic. Have not been since I started blogging so long ago - maybe I should drop by and blog about it one of these days.

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    1. I'm not sure if it's a Korean franchise or just a Korean inspired restaurant that is owned by a Filipino.

      I'll watch out your blog once you visited that Korean restaurant and post about it.

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  2. Even Megamall's branch has long queues every time I am there. They must have good food. I should try one of these days.

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    1. Oh! So people still flock their stores. Maybe they caught the public's taste. As for, I will not queue for a long time for the Bibimbob. I'll just go to another stall.

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  3. I also love Korean food. Korean food is not just delicious, it's healthy too.

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    1. You're right. Koreans are very health conscious. :-)

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