With name like “Little Korea” it’s pretty easy to conjure up images of classic Korean dishes like samgyetang and barbecue. Barbecue may be more or less similar in Korean restaurants, but depending on the way it’s cut, the taste and texture is highly variable and I did find one type of barbecue pork “dae pae samgeopsal” that has just become my favorite barbecue dish.
Nine different appetizers to start off the meal.
“Samgeopsal” is basically pork belly, and “dae pae samgeopsal” (RM 29) is the thinly shaved version of it. Because it is so thin, the meat browns very quickly and evenly with crisp edges, making it rather chewy to the bite. It’s sort of like jerky but not as tough.
“Samgeopsal Gochujang” (RM 29) is another version of pork belly; this time in chunky form and mildly seasoned with chili powder.
Although “samgyetang” or ginseng chicken is not the usual dish we order, the young chicken is super tender and the medium-bodied soup is laced with flavors of ginseng and glutinous rice.
Lastly, the rice drink dessert always marks a sweet ending.
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