Had a meal in a Korean restaurant. Ordered pencil squid in two versions – hoe(raw fish); cold and spicy soup. Then, sea snail noodles. Sea snail noodles were my first trial, and I should say that it was the best food I’ve had on Jeju island.
Quesadilla made by a Costa Rican.
I stopped the carbohydrate-free diet, and here are the food afterwards.
My wife and I were on a work trip in Daegu. As being in Daegu, we visited a famous flat dumpling house. The house has moved to another location nearby. Like a rule, when moving, especially to a fancier place, food gets worse. The house was not an exception. I suppose that I would not […]
I visited the town’s old market in Mukho and tried brown-sugar-filled pancake(호떡; hotteok). It tasted delightful to recall my young days, which is extremely rare nowadays. The grandma cook told us that she did the same job for more than thirty years. I liked more her look than her long career.
Visited a 40-year-old mandu house. The mandu, Korean dumpling, was decent enough to have the current reputation. The food reminded me of Korea’s 1970s when even the staple was scarce. I enjoyed the food from my old memories. However, there’s one catch: the interior. The restaurant interior was too much up to date and dull […]
Had buckwheat noodles with spicy dried pollack for lunch in Goseong.
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.