I’ve never seen any of those obsessive K-dramas my colleagues have been raving about. But I sure am obsessed with something Korean too and that’s—Korean Food! My obsession started when my previous manager brought us to Don-Day to try Samgyeopsal. It was my frist time to try Korean food. For someone who doesn’t like vegetables, I wasn’t too thrilled. But due to some turn of events which I can’t remember, I started loving it and that’s how my obsessions started. I went into hoarding instant Ramyeon until I had to level up and make my own Jjigae. Now, I make my own side dishes including, Kimchi of course!
Looking for a Korean restaurant that’s budget-friendly is difficult. I want something that’s worth my money since I know how these dishes are usually prepared. When we went to Maginhawa about a month ago, we were overwhelmed with the choices that we had so we decided to go to Z Compound instead where we get a taste of a little of everything. And that’s how we discovered this amazing Korean restaurant!
Do-Si-Rak is located inside Z Compound alongside stalls like Bagnetto, Samu Eats, etc. One thing I’ve always hated about Z Compound is the noise. The ambiance is more of a watering hole than a family-oriented one. Parking is also scarce around the area, so if you’re planning to visit, make sure you do it early. We were in the area at around 3-4PM which is why we secured a good parking spot.
, by Ochi Bernadas