We have heard many good things about this small Korean restaurant in the 13th district, so we decided to give it a try with 2 other friends. The meal started off with a little game to pronoun this sentence to get a -10%. The friends were all too shy, and I tried it (not perfect at all) but it passed! Yay.
We decided to share our food. Actually the restaurant even encourages this, they have a symbol on their menu stating certain meal you can share. We start with a seaweed apertizer and then everything arrive together at the same time.
Ganjang dak tuigim, fried chicken with soya sauce, served on lettuce salad
Haemul Pajeon, seafood pancakes
Jokbal, pork feet.
Haemoultang, seafood soup. We have a debate of which was the most spicy dish of the night. Strangely, we all felt the soup is the most spicy meal, but the server told us, it was the pork feet.
Dak Jim, braised chicken with bean noodles
Chamisul Soju, an Korean alcohol 19%
Jujube jelly tea, with orange jam
We were 4, each pay 26 euros (with a 10% off, remember the game?!) We enjoy our night, and were quite happy with our meal. I don’t know very well Korean food, but with the spiciness, I can tell they are quite authentic food.