I had tteokbokki. It was made with Italian gnocchi, not with rice cake. Sounds weird! But the taste and the texture were all right—a good substitute for tteokbokki when no way of getting rice cake.
I had Sanuki udon for lunch. The udon was not just noodles, but with Chinese shrimp dumplings, plus Argentinean red shrimps, expecting stronger shrimp flavour. The food was quite right, except for low-quality Chinese dumplings.
I was starving and obliged to visit a restaurant that I’ve never been to after getting information that there’s a wonderful Chinese restaurant where I was then. The restaurant, Hyodonggak, was located side block of the Yonsei university college of dentist. It served jajangmyeon(noodles in black bean sauce) only. Jajangmyeon looked quite right. Noodles were […]
Made noodles with winter-survived young spinach, and had with lots of mugworts to give the full flavour of Spring.
It was quite a serendipity. On the way to Park Sugeon Museum, I happened to stop at a restaurant for lunch. It was a Makguksu specialised restaurant in Inge, Gangwon-do. When served, I was a bit surprised by its minimalistic look. No spicy paste and no sesame oil flavour. Pressed to try it and had […]
Same stir-fried kimchi food as the one I made yesterday, but today it’s with noodles instead of rice.