27/ 10/ 2015
I regretted not taking my photos before we started eating, for the obvious reason that I obviously look “food pregnant”, well any who, here’s what I wore last time we took the kids to a Korean restaurant. I decided to put on something super casual, super basic, super comfy with a touch of “hey I put some thought on this outfit” so I deserve a little “you did a great job, pretending this is effortless” haha.
Guys if you’re hungry right now, I suggest you go grab something to eat before scrolling down this post, because if there is something more attractive than me in this post? that will be these unfiltered, super photogenic Korean food.
Anyong Aseyo ( hello), this is not a review, I just want to share this great place we discovered recently, located along 51st avenue and Thunderbird in Phoenix, this place is called Oh-ya, and Oh yeah their food is great.
Scarf and Top:Old Navy/Skirt:Target/Tote:Michael Kors/Shoes:DSW
Black bean noodle.
These are both bibimbaps the other one served on a regular bowl while the other one on a hot bowl, which for some reason was $3 more.
Banchan which means side dish in Korean is unlimited in this place.
A korean food adventure will not be complete without a galbi which is basically a marinated beef spare ribs or the bulgogi which is the thin sliced version.
My favorite aside from bibimbap is this Kimchi, tofu, sea food soup I don’t know what it’s called in Korean all I know is I love it.
Bingsu or shaved ice, a dessert so simple yet so good 5/5!!!! haha just because I love sweets.