Sapphire Bloc Food Revolution Part I - Kkokko

What will a Korean chicken say when it wakes up in the morning? Kkokko! Believe it or not, that is exactly what Kkokko in English means. It is cock a doodle doo! Yeah, it is that annoying sound that wakes you up when you are in the middle of your dream of being very rich.

In our first stop of the Sapphire Bloc Food Revolution, we had a late lunch/early dinner at Kkokko Korean Restaurant. I must say the interiors are nice and they also have a relaxing atmosphere.

Cheese Fondue (P988)

They say the Cheese Fondue is fit for 8 to 10 people but I think that is a little too much. I'd say it is only for about 4 to 5 people who are on a so-called diet. It has spicy french fries, homemade onion rings and boneless chicken chunks tossed in your choice of sauce. The best part of it all is the melted cheese in a bread bowl right in the middle. The operations manager taught us that right in the middle of eating it you must slice down the bread so that you can also eat it. Some people might forget that the bread can also be eaten.

Beef Bulgogi Dosirak (P228)

Dosirak is lunch box in Korean and now I know how Koreans go to office or school with their "baon". It is beef bulgogi mixed with sweet dilis, stewed kimchi and a sunny side up egg. You can close the dosirak and shake it for as long as you want. Just be sure the lid is shut or else it would spill. You must dig the other ingredients in the lunch box before shaking it though.

We ended the night with snow chicken coated in cheese and spicy barbeque. I don't know what type of cheese they used on the chicken but it tasted like polvoron which could be a good thing for some people. It was not for me though as I prefer parmesan and other cheese just does not fit to be the chicken coat. Meanwhile, the other bloggers exclaimed the spicy flavor was really spicy so I chose not to try it but it is good for those who love spicy food.

Sapphire Bloc, Ortigas

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