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Spicy Food Quick Fix at Kimchi

I have a love and hate relationship with spicy food. There are times when I crave for just about anything spicy but when i get to eat one, I would just give up after the food hit my tolerance level. 

And in those times when I kinda salivate for it, I go to any Korean restaurant to get the quick fix.

There are numerous restaurants which specialize in Korean food that are still open in the wee hours of the morning. I get off from work usually at one in the morning and I go to any of the three Korean restaurants nearest to my office. My choices are always Oppa, Yisan, and Kimchi and these are all in and or near Walking Street which is just outside Clark here in Pampanga. The three restos offer just about the same menu and they just differ in the quality and taste of the food and in the ambiance or vibe of their places.

I have just recently eaten at Kimchi with a few of my friends. Kimchi is a 4-storey restaurant and bar. The first two floors are where there actual restaurant is. The third floor is where their karaoke bar is and the fourth floor is their gaming area. One can order from their Korean food menu whichever he may be. I and my friends have our our usuals in Kimchi - samgyupsal, spicy seafood ramyeon, and kimbap. One order of each could feed up to 4 persons and all three only costs us Php 430.00. Kimchi serves free iced coffee as well.





We are served with about four or five kinds of side dishes which are also free and unlimited. The servers at Kimchi would always go back and forth to our table as we always ask for more. They show no qualms with it and we give no mercy. Kimchi also offers free Wifi which adds value to our experience.

Kimchi is open 24 hours daily. KImchi is located near Jollibee Main Gate in Angeles City

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