The weather's been wonderful today because it's neither too hot nor rainy so it's perfect for outings! Jeffrey, Matty and I went to Jaan to celebrate my birthday just now and the three of us had a great time! (: Will blog about that after I get the photos from Jeffrey so I shall blog about Koryo, a Korean restaurant located at Fusionopolis, which I'm pretty sure my sister(s) will like reading about since they're pretty into Korean food these days!
Complimentary appetizers (: They tasted average. Compared to the spread at Kim's Family Restaurant, these four dishes may appear pathetic but the quality's really not that bad!
Stew Beef with Steamed Rice ($9.50). The soup was surprisingly sweet and I liked the vermicilli/ glass noodle in it a lot! (: Matty said that the beef went well with the plain rice which came in the typical silver Korean 'bowl' with lid.
Seafood Spring Onion Pancake ($8). Possibly our favourite dish that day because it suited everyone's taste! The thing I liked most about Koryo's pancake is that it is less oily than other Korean pancakes that I've had! Thumbs up for this one!
Bibimbap ($11.50). I can't help but feel obliged to order the most iconic Korean dish (at least to me) whenever I visit any Korean restaurant. I absolutely adore the splash of colours that this dish provides! Its non-spiciness appealed to Jeffrey, who ended up eating most of this dish!
Korean Soup Noodles ($8). I ate most of this dish because I love noodles and because it was overcast that day, I craved for something warm and soupy and was glad that I found this dish! The soup is clear and light and there isn't anything to shout about for this dish but nevertheless, it's a comforting dish to have.
In all, I would recommend Koryo to anyone who likes cheap and good Korean food! (: It definitely lived up to my expectations and I think I'll be back again in the near future!
Have a great weekend everyone! (: