last night, I was content and happy.

Charlie and I had dinner at Song Do, El Pueblo, Ortigas which was definitely way better than the Korean disaster on our last Thursdate. Gail recommended the restaurant to me when she pitied us after I told her about that fake Korean restaurant, and we took the opportunity to try it out last night since it was so near Charlie’s office.

We ordered Bibimbap, since it has rice, and Samgyupsal (pork belly) marinated in wine (I really don’t know the difference from the normal one, :P). The prices are definitely worth it because for a meal that cost us around Php630 (if I remember correctly), we ended up feeling very full and I enjoyed the dinner so much. There were more side dishes compared to Kogi, and everything was just delicious. Too bad neither of us knew how to eat Korean food properly — not exactly. Joe, Charlie’s boss, taught him how to once but he forgot already. My Korean friend Shine also taught me last year when we had Korean lunch at a restaurant in Chinatown, Singapore, but it’s been too long for me to remember, too.

side dishes!
Bibimbap, Php340
Sam Gyup Sal, Php290 I think

Because of last night, I think both of us are pretty much content from our Asian food trips and would probably try maybe European cuisine next.

On the way home, Charlie and I played around with the red lights from the cars in front since we were sitting at the backseat of the cab.

like a boss
this seems kinda slutty haha
artsy! :P hahaha
last but not the least, the obligatory outfit post. I wore a blue-green jacket with this, just so you know, so overall I wouldn’t look like I rushed out of bed in my nightclothes. The detail on the top was just too lovely. 
black/gold details

4 thoughts on “Song Do and Korean Cravings

    1. If you love Korean food, you definitely have to try Song Do, since it’s worth the price. And you live near the area, I think, if I remember one of your blog posts correctly. :P

      1. I actually already ate in SongDo before twice. I also tried their Bibimbap. It’s delicious!

        Nothing beats the Bibimbap I tried in Japan though. I miss it so much. ;_; It has a lot of flavor and you can add raw egg and cheese in it.

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