UPDATE: 2 Story Kitchen’s menu

Hello friends! As a duty to my readers (naks hehehe), I want to inform you of the updated menu of my favorite K-food place here in Duma. Some of the prices have differed, and also some dishes don’t have the regular/plus size difference now.

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2 Story Kitchen in Dumaguete!

Before anything, I’d like to thank my readers for being so patient, because I can’t exactly go online as often as I would like to type up blog posts. School’s been really hectic, and I finally have some free time now that it’s our semestral break. And I’m also back in Manila so it really feels good to be home!

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2 Story Kitchen, located along Sta. Catalina St., Dumaguete City, is actually the former Cafe Noriter (which also had a branch in Manila). It is a restaurant that serves mainly Korean and also Western cuisine, as well as retaining the coffee and beverage menu from their days as Noriter. As for prices, I personally think they’re fairly steep when you’re on a student’s budget, but I would definitely recommend this place for when you have a little extra cash. (Also, keep in mind that my favorite comfort food is Korean food. Heehee.)

Korean food..

Korean food..

..and Western food.

..and Western food, plus their cafe beverages.

The first time I ate at 2 Story was for lunch sometime in June, with my sister Ate Imee, and her son Matthew. Β I ordered bibimbap, and Ate ordered a Shrimp & Mushroom pasta for her, and an American-style grilled burger for Matthew.

Ate Imee and I, while waiting for our food. We got Matthew to take our photo, heh.

Ate Imee and I, while waiting for our food.Β Notice the place looks a little.. cramped? I’ll get to the interiors later in this post!

I was already hungry by this time and so I had no choice but to wait. Besides having some time toΒ chika with Ate, I got to make use of 2 Story’s free WiFi for its customers and tended to my farm on Hay Day. Matthew also made use of the WiFi, using his iPad mini to watch Minecraft videos on YouTube. Ate Imee opted to just check Facebook. πŸ˜€

But when the food arrived.. TA-DAAAAAAAH!!

YES, BIBIMBAAAAAAAP! (MBLAQ Hello Baby comes to mind whenever I eat bibimbap, actually.)

YES, BIBIMBAAAAAAAP! (MBLAQ Hello Baby comes to mind whenever I eat bibimbap, actually.)

As you can see, the bibimbap has the following as mix-ins: julienned cucumber, stir-fried ground beef, julienned carrots, bean sprouts, a fried egg, and sliced mushrooms.

As you can see, the bibimbap has the following as mix-ins: julienned cucumber, stir-fried ground beef, julienned carrots, bean sprouts, a fried egg, and sliced mushrooms.

It comes with a small bowl of soup (I don't know what it is exactly but it's spicy and pretty good), a small dish of kimchi, a bit of sesame oil, and of course, gochujang (Korean red pepper paste)!

It comes with a small bowl of soup (I don’t know what it is exactly but it’s spicy and pretty good), a small dish of kimchi, a bit of sesame oil, and of course, gochujang (Korean red pepper paste)!

Happy kids, happy eats.

Happy kids, happy eats.

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