One of the new restaurants in Robinson’s Bacolod Central city walk is 31 Korea. It is one of the most popular restaurants there since its main draws are the assorted delicious Binggrae brand korean ice cream (Melona, Samanco (the famous fish ice cream) and many more.
31 Korea is set up quite nicely with two long tables where you can sit and eat your noodles. The cooks man the center area. For bigger groups there are several small tables which are quite inconvenient because one has to bend down to eat from one’s bowl.
You can have a variety of toppings with your noodles or ramyun. The basic bowl is 80 pesos for a bowl of noodles and soup. You add 20 pesos for ramyun toppings. 31 korea offers a wide array of toppings ranging from rice cakes to fishballs and korean siomai (vegetarian dumplings). For those who don’t want spicy soup, 31 korea offers 3 flavour choices ranging from mildly spicy to spicy soup. We recommend the spicy soup to get the full korean ramyun experience!
You can tell how spicy your order is by the intensity of the orange colouring.
For those who are lovers of rice, 31 korea offers excellent rice balls. They come in a variety of flavours and are quite delicious. Our personal favourite is the pork rice ball and the tuna mayo rice ball.
Finally for those who don’t want to eat noodles or rice at all, 31 korea has yang nyeom fried chicken. It’s battered fried chicken covered with a sweet spicy sauce.
For dessert, Join the fun and brave the crowds as they purchase the korean ice cream. PROTIP: It’s better to take a seat and let the waitress come to you and you can order in relative ease and luxury.
Check out 31 korea for a fun dining experience. The food is cheap, good and a lot of fun! 100 pesos can get you a bowl of soup with a ramyun topping!