A taste of Korea
It was a grand opening for Bacolod’s latest Korean restaurant.
Those craving for Korean dishes were all smiles as Shabu Niku opened its doors to Bacoleños and Negrenses at the tourism strip in Lacson Street, Bacolod City. This newest investment strengthens the city’s fame as “Food Destination” as what almost all of the guests acknowledged, what with the presence of best restaurants in this part of the country.
The Korean dining haven’s concept and choice of dishes were inspired by the restaurants in Seoul, Korea. Its name is a combination of Shabu-shabu and Yakiniku. Fr. Mitch Guadalupe blessed the restaurant while Ceres Magadia, InSook Lee, Willy Kim and Zest Cho did the ribbon cutting.
Guests were impressed by its interior and amenities. Everyone enjoyed cooking their own culinary masterpieces on the hot pot, that is also a permanent amenity on each table at the Shabu-shabu room.
Congratulations to Shabu Niku!*