The kimchi fried rice topped with sunny side-up egg (P99) was the real thing, rice was just a wee bit sticky for my taste.
Other side dishes available are the steamed rice (P40), garlic butter rice (P50), pickled radish (P40), rice cake soup (P70) and wedge potato (P150).
Corn tea and barley tea (P70) per glass to wash off all the greasiness from eating the chicken. But beware if you’re like most Pinoys used to the overly-sweet iced tea, local version. The Kyochon drinks are probably healthier since they’re far from sugary.
Lydia Lee, the marketing girl of Kyochon Philippines told us they’re not fastfood. Everything is only prepared as ordered, and so a waiting time of from 15-20 minutes is expected. Kyochon, she said, is also proud of using only natural ingredients and canola oil for frying. Anyway, this framed poster on the wall should say it all.
By the way, the Kyochon take-away bag with Lee Min Ho is a must-have. Am not sure if this is just for the press or the customers as well. Better to grab it while you can! 😉
Verdict: excited to go back and eat here again!
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