Be a Foodie: Sibyullee

I recently tried Sibyullee, it’s this new Korean Restaurant at Ayala Malls the 30th. I was really looking forward to taste their Volcanic Kimchi Fried Rice and I’m glad to say that it didn’t disappoint. I can’t wait to dine here again and try their other dishes.

We were served 6 side dishes for the banchan. You have the standard kimchi plus other side dishes that I don’t normally encounter such as the anchovies with peanuts and the macaroni salad. These are refillable upon your request.

Here’s the Volcanic Kimchi Fried Rice|| Php 499 that we ordered. They cook it in your table so you get too see all the cheesy action going on in the pan. It’s good for 2 – 3 people (4 if your group doesn’t have a big appetite.) What I love about their kimchi fried rice is that it’s very flavorful you really get to taste the cheesiness in the dish. This dish is not spicy. I originally thought it was spicy because of the word ‘Volcanic’ but I think it just refers to the explosion of cheese that you have in this dish. šŸ™‚


Foodie Tip: Try adding some of the kimchi (which they serve as a side dish) to your rice. They really go well together.

We got the Galbisal || Php 590 and the Woosamgyup || Php 400 for our meats. We got the unmarinated ones since they’re a bit cheaper. I love that the meat tastes really fresh. The sauce for both the Galbisal and Woosamgyup tastes good too.



Foodie Tip: If you’re the type who puts a lot of other dishes besides the meat in the lettuce wrap try asking for bigger pieces of lettuce. The lettuce that they serve have been cut into smaller pieces.

Aside from the food, Sibyullee has a great staff that’s very friendly and attentive. Our requests were always done swiftly so there’s not much waiting time in case we run out of lettuce or sauce or side dishes. šŸ™‚

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