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April 11, 2014

Sam Concepcion for Chef's Noodles

When I arrived in Chef's Noodles in Robinson's Magnolia yesterday, I knew it was not just an ordinary day for the store - nor an ordinary event for media practitioners.

Chef's Noodles, the new rising Korean restaurant known for its affordable meals launched a new endorser who will join the roster of other endorsers like Grace Lee, and couple Lloyd and Shamcey Supsup-Lee.  For a brand with fresh and youthful vibe, the newest endorser, Sam Concepcion truly exudes the same characteristics. 

The store was packed, and media and bloggers were eager to witness the contract signing. I am pleasantly surprised at how energetic and lively the crowd were for an early event such as this. Everyone got more excited when Sam Concepcion finally arrived. 


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“I am truly honored to be part of the Chef’s Noodle team,” says Sam. “The restaurant has been known for its delectable dishes and high culinary quality.  Who would not want to be associated with that?” “My friends and I love to hang out and try different kinds of food. I especially love Chef’s Noodle because you get to enjoy a delicious meal at an affordable price. It’s a cool combination of a fast food meal and a fine-dining setting. The interiors of the restaurant are as inviting as the appetizing menu. I can’t wait to invite my friends to try Chef’s Noodle and love it the same way I did.”


I could imagine how awesome it is to be invited as brand ambassador and endorser of a brand you support. It seems like, it isn't too hard to endorse a brand like Chef's Noodles. While our media friends flocked and interviewed Sam, we took the chance to enjoy the hearty meals from Chef's Noodles. 

Chicken Kas

 Kas Basket


Kimari Twigin


Leek Shrimp Twigin


Shrimp Twigin


And here's the store interior when not packed ;) 
I love the homey warm ambiance for a quick-service-restaurant





Chef’s Noodle boasts dishes especially crafted by award-winning Korean celebrity chef Choi In Sun. I am hoping to write a restaurant review for this soon, but here are some of the suggested dishes from the menu, Starking Fire Sushi, Bibimbap, Japchae, Haemul Seafood Pajun (Korean pancake with shrimp and squid, spring onions and bell pepper), Leek Shrimp Twigim, Chicken Kas (breaded chicken fillet with white creamy sauce), Spicy Dukbokki, and well-loved desserts such as ice cream and gelato.


I checked the menu and they are reasonable priced. Dishes start at Php 150, and there are group meals starting at Php 350. 

When Sam was asked who would he invite to Chef's Noodles, probably Jasmine Curtis? He said yes, and asked about Anne? He also said yes. Well, I wouldn't be surprised. Chef's Noodles seems like a good restaurant for family dinners and get-togethers. 

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