October 28, 2012

Chef's Noodle's Newest Endorsers

Last Saturday’s invitation from Chef’s Noodle to cover the special photo shoot of their newest endorders, Down to Mars  and the Semerad twins, proved to be worth my time as I got to interview young talents who were all very accommodating to answer our questions.
The Semerad twins, Anthony and David, at 21 are two of the most popular hardcourt celebrities right now. They are playing at NCAA for San Beda. Both are looking forward in playing in the PBA within the next 2 or 3 years.

Along with my friend Lyn and Goddaughter Jam, we arrived very early at the venue so we had ample time to interview, goof and take photos with Down to Mars – the country’s first inter-pop music group under GMA records. The group is composed of 7 young guys in their early 20s. Members are of mix breed, some are half Pinoys, half Chinese, half Koreans and or half Japanese. Although not familiar with this  all-male group, instantly like these guys as they rendered some lines of their songs. They all can sing and dance. It was also great to know that they are being managed by Ms. Gelleen Eugenio. 

The photo shoot was done by  master lensman Doc Marlon Pecjo, who has done countless editorial and advertising projects from different companies.

About Chefs Noodle:

Already endorsed by celebrity chef Choi In Sun and model/host Grace Lee, Chef’s Noodle is the latest Korean franchise to have entered the local food industry and is already making a name for itself through its fast casual style, mouthwatering menu, and affordable price points. Having already set up shop in University Mall along Taft Avenue, Chef’s Noodle offers a smorgasbord of Korean dishes that are sure to entice not just fans of K-pop and Korean cuisine in general, but anyone who can appreciate good food.

Treat your tummies and enjoy the true taste of Korea with these Chef’s Noodle specialties like the bibimbap (traditional Korean steamed rice with seasoned vegetables, beef, and egg), bulgogi leek jun (deep fried bacon sliced beef with leeks mixed with eggs and seasoned vegetables), the restaurant’s signature dish, Chef’s Noodle (Korean fresh noodles with beef and anchovy broth topped with leeks, bean sprouts, fried tofu, spring onion, red pepper, egg roll and bulgogi), bulgogi leek kimbap (seaweed rice rolls with beef and leeks), curry dupbap (or Curry Donburi Warm rice topped with beef curry and seasoned vegetables), and many more! With prices set at P95 and up, sampling the Chef’s Noodle menu is sure to fit any budget.

Visit Chef’s Noodle’s branches at the 2nd floor of University Mall, Taft Avenue, Manila and at the ground floor of Atlanta Center, Annapolis St., Greenhills, San Juan. Call for Express Delivery: Manila - 7089520 / 4050129 San Juan - 2340266 / 2340840. For more on Chef's Noodle check out http://chefsnoodlephils.com

1 comment:

  1. great post ms. Joy talaga namang nag Enjoy ka sa semerad twins... hinde ko talaga kilala yong K pop na yan but kilala ko na sila hahaha...


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