Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Princess hour at Go-Gung

 It was 3rd day and also last day of our college's exeat. I was so bored staying in the boarding house all day long and was tired of prep, internet and afternoon naps.

I guess I overestimated myself. I thought I could 'tahan' or control my desires by forcing myself to be a宅女 (zhai nv: girls that are extremely anti-social & prefer to stay in the house than going out) for a few days. Oh well, I was still thinking that I could maybe study really hard...

Ish. Totally failed!  

Note to self:
Never trust yourself again. NEVER EVER.

but I swear it was worth going out for a short while. I got to eat some good food, at least :)

After shopping for an hour in mid valley, we went over to Gardens to hunt for food, as usual.

Since Hana (my Korean bathroom buddy/we share a detached bathroom) was with me, we thought of going for Go-Gung, which is situated just next to 'Art Friend'.

The ambience and decoration inside Go-Gung was really nice. As the restaurant's name intended, it was literally like a little palace inside. Plus, there were so many well dressed waiters and there weren't much people dining there (but the price's actually okay if you don't order too much meat) so it gave us the ultimate VIP feeling. Felt like some korean princess for a moment, as my post title suggested.

:3 Pretty Korean princess waiting for her lunch to be served.

Side dishes. According to Hana, to know the standard of the restaurant, you should always try their Kimchi first.

Mmmmm.. Yumzzz. Food test: Tick!

I wanted to order Bibimbap but I just had one during my last shopping trip to The Gardens. LOL..too obsessed with mixing/stirring my food I guess? Just like how much I love to order Pepper Lunch.

Hana and I both ordered Bulgogi while Angie got herself some Kimchi stew thingy.
I have to say that their Bulgogi was really commendable. It was a bliss to my taste buds. It has got the  sweet taste I like and when you wrap the beef with lettuce and put it into your mouth, it was like 5 seconds in heaven. mmmmm.

I have also tasted a few spoonful of the Kimchi stew and I thought it has got its standard. Goes perfectly well with white rice when you don't have much appetite.

Chinese princesses? lol.

If I were rich enough (grrr allowance not banked in yet) I would have also ordered other dishes like Pajeon or Gimbap. But oh well, can't finish anyway. Save for next time then.


Till then..Stay tuned for more updates ♥