The struggle is real when looking for great restaurants in the Cavite area. Sure, there are a lot within the Tagaytay area but seeing how it’s so urbanized now, the traffic is not something we’d brave when we decide to eat out on a whim. Imagine our surprise when a Korean restaurant popped out in the middle of nowhere (it literally does not have any other establishments beside it). We had template orders for every kind of restaurant during our first visit. Bibimbap is usually the dish I base my potential future visits (or the lack of it), and it was.. kinda disappointing. The chicken dish was the one who convinced us to give it another go, though. It was better than the one from Top Dish, and just the right mix of sweet and spicy. The price is above our usual food budget, though, with Php 400-500/person, which sucks a bit because I also had the chance to try their Bulgogi on another visit and it was really good!
TEESH || 25 || PHILIPPINES