I can’t believe I am still updating about the food from my previous Shanghai trip which was approximately two weeks ago. To be honest, I had completed drafting two other Shanghai’s food blog entries couple of days ago and they are just waiting to be published. But it’s alright as I am in the mood of updating about my experience at 韩乡园 which is located inside the departure hall of Terminal 1 at Shanghai Pudong International Airport.
Anyways, Eldie (Jia‘s brother) had came by to collect my CPU yesterday evening before I got home from work. My CPU requires formatting as it crashes on me on a couple occasions when I was watching videos via YouTube or Real Player. According to Eldie, it could be from the spywares as I download drama series and movies very frequently. And the spywares sort of messed up my computer’s system control.
As I have no other computer to use apart from my old Dell notebook, I was left with my iPad and iPhone 5S only. I tried rebooting my old Dell notebook. It worked but then loading a software took forever and everything inside the computer were outdated. Lucky for me that I have an iPad lest I would probably ended up baking another cake again. LOL!
Let’s come back to our original topic, shall we?
Korean Bibimbap with Streaky Pork | RMB48
Of all the choices for Korean Bibimbap, this one appealed the most to me. Reason being, it came with pork. The rest were either with beef or chicken. I am not so into Chicken Bibimbap as they tend to use minced chicken from the part of a chicken breast. The portion of streaky pork was quite generous and I ended up still having a lot of it when I had finished up all the vegetables.
I did not finish the rice as the portion was quite generous too. The chili paste was not as spicy as I expected it to be as I ended up adding all the chili paste that was served to me. Honestly speaking, I am not a huge fan of Korean Bibimbap as much as Sister does as it takes time to finish a bowl and the tendency of getting a burnt tongue by the end of the meal is pretty high. LOL!
Anyways, you get to make your Korean Bibimbap into a set meal if you pay an extra RMB20 for a glass of Watermelon Juice. To be honest, I personally think this was one expensive meal for a bowl of Korean Bibimbap with Streaky Pork and a glass of Watermelon Juice. But what can you expect when dining in an international airport?
If you want a cheaper option, perhaps you could try Starbucks Coffee nearby 韩乡园. They had just opened up not long ago.