Yesterday, my boyfriend and I decided to try the Korean food at Seoulia, because they had a promo (P79 for a bowl of ramen). We were excited in the anticipation of the spiciness and authentic taste of Korean food.
It was already 9 in the evening; thank goodness Seoulia was still open. We observed that the waitresses were wearing schoolgirl outfits, which would be more appropriate in a Japanese-themed reastaurant. As we entered the door, they were shoutimg a greeting in Korean which proved that they wanted their customers to feel like they were in Korea.
About the food, we ordered 2 bowls of ramen without the egg, mandu (as they were out of kimbap) and 2 glasses of four seasons juice (because they ran out of iced tea). As we perused the menu, we noticed that the prices were a bit expensive for the regular college student with an allowance of P150-P200. When we received our orders, the ramen was placed in an authentic mini-casserole type of bowl. The food was good, but for us it was a bit expensive (our bill: P319). The mandu tasted great but P99 for 9 pieces?
I would totally recommend this restaurant to people who wants a taste of Korea in Manila, but prepare at least P200 (per pax) if you want to come out of the place with a full stomach. :)
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