CHEF NOODLES Grace Lee Renewal of Contract

Posted: 07/11/2013 in Food & Beverage, LifeStyle, Noodles

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Chef’s Noodle continues partnership with Grace Lee

Delicious, fast, and affordably priced, Chef’s Noodle is definitely growing steadily in the Philippines much thanks to its high quality products and great service. As the interest in all things Korean here in the Philippines, the Korean fast casual restaurant chain has piqued the interest of local diners both young and old. From budget-conscious students, families who are looking for a new place to dine in, Korean nationals, fans of K-Pop, and basically just about anyone who loves to indulge in delicious food, Chef’s Noodle has certainly shown much promise.

Adding to the restaurant’s credibility is the involvement of popular Korean chef Choi In Sun, who has helped developed Chef’s Noodle’s mouthwatering line-up of menu items.

Another proud Korean who has been the face of Chef’s Noodle here in the Philippines is Grace Lee. Chef’s Noodle is happy to announce that it is renewing its contract with the famed celebrity host and model, as its celebrity endorser, given her effectiveness in promoting the brand as she’s also a big foodie at heart.

Already a popular personality in the Philippines, Lee is best known for her great hosting skills, beauty and charm, which makes her a great choice for Chef’s Noodle. And, in spite of her enviable figure, Lee also loves to eat especially traditional Korean dishes that she’s excited to share with her Filipino fans through Chef’s Noodle.

Hence, Chef’s Noodle held a special event last July 9 at Annabel’s restaurant in Tomas Morato to announce Lee’s contract renewal as Chef’s Noodle’s celebrity endorser.

Bringing a taste of Korea in the Philippines, Chef’s Noodle core products include noodles, soups, rice dishes, and popular Korean side dishes as well as sushi.

Grace Lee Pix 1From Chef Recommendations like the bibimbap (rice topped with vegetables, meat and egg), japchae (sweet potato noodles stir fried in sesame oil with vegetables and cooked bulgogi), and the restaurant’s signature dish, Chef’s Noodle (noodles topped with tamago, sprouts, fried tofu, jun-ya, kuchai, and a secret broth) to Budget Meals that appeal to everyone like Kimchi Dupbap (rice topped with kimchi and veggies) and Bibimbap; and other specialties like Bulgogi Leek Butchu Jun (Chef’s Noodle’s version of pancake packed with cooked bulgogi, fresh kutchai, and bell pepper, packed in our special pancake (jun) mix), Haemul (Seafood) Pa Jun (pancake version packed with the fresh shrimps and squids, spring onion and bell pepper), Wanja Steak Jun (Chef’s Noodle’s version of burger steak.  Wanja Steak Jun is a mixture of ground chicken, pork, beef and spices pan-fried and served with a slice of cheese and fried egg), and Leek Shrimp Twigim (Deep fried kutchai battered in our special blend of buthai shrimp mix), everyone will enjoy trying out the extensive variety of dishes available at Chef’s Noodle.

Chef’s Noodle is located at University Mall (Tel: 708-9520), Annapolis Greenhills (Tel: 234-0840) and will soon open in Robinsons Magnolia and SM North EDSA.

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IMG_5445During the Q&A I ask the Marketing Manager, ” Why did you choose Grace Lee as your Celebrity Endorser? ” and she replied to me, Because Grace Lee is a Korean in particular and she took Culinary Arts…

Chef Noodles is one of the Korean Restaurant that serves you authentic Korean Food in town. And there will be up coming opening of Chef Noodles Restaurant at The Block, SM City North. Try to adventure other Korean food and not only bulgogi, but other authentic korean food available in Chef Noodle Restaurant.

And explore more korean food with Chef Noodles located at University Mall, De La Salle Taft Manila City

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