|Silver dishes that most meals arrive in|
|Typical korean side dishes. The big bowl in the mmiddle is tthe main dish.|
|Pot that the hot meals arrive in.|
6: Fried chicken and beer
This dish is actually about 3 dishes all together. It starts out with a pot in the middle of the table above a flame with a broth boiling inside. You then have a huge plate of very thinly sliced meat and vegetables which you place into the broth, let them cook and them eat them out of the broth with your chopsticks. After you have finished all the meat and vegetable you add very thick partly cooked noodles and allow them to simmer in the pot for a while until they are soft. You then pile some noodles on your plate while he broth continues to simmer. By this time most of the borth has been eaten or simmered away, you then add a bowl of rice and an egg which binds it all together.
This dish is so good but its literally eating 3 different meals in one so it is very filling and you better go to the restaurant hungry. Most of the shabu shabu restaurants are also ones where you sit on the floor with cushions.
This is a form of rice cake that is rolled into a thick rod shape. They are mostly cooked in a very hot sauce and served with vegetables, rice or just alone. Since I cannot stand the texture of rice cakes (kind of slimy and chewy and gets stuck in your teeth) I am not the biggest fan of this dish but it is still however one of the most popular.
This is almost like sushi (california rolls) as it is rice wrapped in seaweed but instead of slamon or tuna in the middle it is vegetables. I love kimbap! It is tasty but also SO cheap. You can get it at 7/1 and family foor about R7 a roll and after a night out there is nothing better to soak up the alcohol! They also have kimbap restaurants though where you can go and get it made fresh so tha it is still warm. The most common kinds are tuna mayo, bulgogi(meat) and kimchi. It will mostly be vegetables in the middle but each type also has other ingredients in it.