Spam and cheese Ramyeon with Iced Lemon Tea with jelly ($10) - Good value lunch option if you are fretting over what to have for lunch! but need to bring back their more interesting sides though, that’s such an important part of any korean meals 😂
Korean rice cake dish.
So basically, photo #2. Everything except for the chicken stock, mix all of that stuff n make a paste.
Put chicken stock (or veggie if that’s your jam) in a heated skillet. Add paste n stir until paste is dissolved.
Add chopped Chinese cabbage then rice cakes. (I used kimchi because that’s what I had, and obviously kimchi is next to godliness)
Cook until sauce thickens.
Add some green onions.
Im totally serious, make this. Or at least try it at a restaurant cause it’s unbelievable.
Oh ya, don’t stop eating. If you slow down while eating this, you’re gonna get the heatwave.
-[Sempio] Tteokbokki Marinade (2 Varieties)-
Here are Korea's Best Selling Tteokbokki Marinade Sauces. See which one you like!
The first is After-School Shop Style Tteokbokki. In Korea, you'll find many Tteokbokki shops around middle schools. That's because young students can't get enough of this snack! After class, students run to these neighborhood shop to gossip and much on a plate of Tteokbokki. Typically, the Tteokbokki served at these shops is not overly spicy. Instead, it has a nice balance of spiciness and sweetness. That combination is addictive and keeps the students (and their parents) coming back for more!
The second style is Sindang-dong Style Tteokbokki. Sindang-dong is a famous town in Seoul known for their soupy Tteokbokki. Since the late 70s, shops there have been serving Tteokbokki as a stew with added ingredients like dumplings, boiled eggs, fish cakes and even ramen noodles! The marinade is spicy but also savory. It's eaten not as a snack, but as a full and satisfying meal.
If you crave Tteokbokki from time-to-time, save a few of this delicious marinade packets in your pantry. Simply add water, rice cakes and a few fresh ingredients to make authentic Korean-style Tteokbokki at home!
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My sons a sucker for Authentic Asian food & when he found out I’d discovered the first & only Korean BBQ restaurant in Norwich - he made me take him (I didn’t take much convincing).
When a Korean is full of Koreans you know it’s good and authentic.
Tables come with a middle bbq section and a round hotplate - depending on what your ordering.
Go BBQ where you order a selection of meats (around £9 per dish, allow 1 each or 2 between 3 with an additional main) to cook your self, ideally eaten with sides & pickles plus some egg fried rice £4.50
Or Go HotPot (£20-30 to share)- with a steaming bowl of broth and all sorts of toppings with a side of plain boiled rice.
Go #bibimbap a rice bowl with sections of veggies, meat or fish, a fried egg on top then drizzle with chilli sauce & mix.
Or Go for one of the many soups, dumplings or stir fried dishes like chicken feet!!!, or Korean fried chicken in sweet chilli sauce (£9-10).
Always have #koreanfood with #kimchi - spicy picked Chinese cabbage (£3)🥬 but there are all sorts of veggie sides like a delicious spinach dish with sesame seeds for £3.50.
I have to say everything was really tasty.
Look forward to going back with hubby for the hot pot.
Ps - cash only at mo!
Vanity on 16 Prince of Wales Rd, NR1 / tel: 662516
Mon - Sat 12-3/5-10 closed Sun
Dinner after a movie(Rambo, last blood) at a Korean BBQ house DOMO that opened it's door not too long ago.
Other than the BBQ course meal, one can order their Set Meals that comes with side dishes. The side dishes are a common staple in their lifestyle, many that tease our paletes with it's different flavors.
There is noodle options as well.
Dejigalbi Jeongsig Spare Pork Rib Rice Set RM$38.
The bbq pork rib was sweet & savoury. The soup was slightly salty at first but soon mellowed into a savoury blend once i hit the halfway mark. The side dish that really stands out for me was the KIMCHI, totally different from the ones we had at SG. It was as authentic as it could get, the flavor of the spices in the kimchi makes one come with food orgasm. I wished i could bring a jar of that goodness home.
They will cook the meat for you if are not keen on D.I.Y. ing your food.
Bibim Naengmyeon Spicy Buckwheat Noodle RM$20.
I was surprised when they handed me a pair of scissor, only to find out that the noodle had stuck into a hugh lump. In comes the cutting up of the vermicelli-like texture noodle. Pretty tasteless if you didn't mix the bibimbap sauce or the wasabi sauce & lemon juice provided. I really wasn't thrilled eating this.
Free ice cream after your meal. The service was excellent & there is a Korean Staff among them to handle any Korean speaking guest.
38 rue Pascal, 75013 Paris (🚇: Les Gobelins)
Habitués à manger les classiques bibimbap et barbecue coréen, on a voulu changer et tester d’autres spécialités coréennes ! Bobae est un petit resto coréen tout mimi qui se spécialise dans le jajangmyeon (nouilles à la sauce de haricots noirs) et le tangsuyuk (porc frit sauce aigre douce). Les plats sont à partager, ce qui permet d’être bien calé pour des prix tout à fait abordables.
JAJANGMYEON 짜장명 (13€)
CREPES CORÉENNES AU KIMCHI (12€)
TANGSUYUK 탕수육 (20€)
GLACE SÉSAME (3€)
ℹ️ : accepte les tickets restaurant.
Ouvert tous les jours sauf dimanche.
CALORIES DON'T COUNT ON WEEKENDS! 😂
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