My family loves to eat but lately, some members became a bit conscious about the food they put in their mouth and so in one of a mini family get together courtesy of one of our "elders" and her family we dine in Bornga, the one located across Columns in Makati City.
Here's some photos (because my battery run out, what a timing) and a little side notes from me about my experience with Bornga.
It just amazes me that Park Jong Won's Woo Samgyup is patented! Below is 2/3 of the condiments/side dishes that was presented to us, yes it's a lot. I like the red one that looks like sausage, I forgot the name but I think it's rice that is a bit spicy...I always see it in Running Man.
The very reason why we chose Bornga: GREEN LEAVES!!! And those are not just lettuce, there's also cabbage and other green leafy stuff that I don't know in the tray.
And some more condiments/side dish and we also ordered rice which is completely unnecessary because the green vegetables is enough plus the chapchae.
I thought that I will not like their chapchae since the ones that I tried are too sweet for my liking. Luckily, Bornga's just have the right balance of sweetness and saltiness that we ordered another serving.
And here's the grilled meat! Yum, the one in the left is the beef which is best for the wrap and on the right (and someone is already snatching the meat while I'm taking a photo) is the prok which is so tasty you can also eat it with rice and would still taste flavorful.
And while we we're eating, the waiter is just there beside the griller grilling for us. And another illustration on how to enjoy Woo Samgyup.
And TADA!!! My masterpiece, looking pretty and healthy!
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