I believe this restaurant is actually famous for its dakgalbi (or stir-frying marinated chicken in gochujang), but of course we couldn't eat chicken after all.
So we opted for Haemul Bokkeumbab, or Seafood Fried Rice.
|Cooked right in front of you|
Since Anis couldn't eat seafood, so we add on some 'tteokbokki' with expectation that it would come together with the red sauce.
But who knows it was actually the pure white tteokbokki that meant to be mixed with the fried rice?
Makan megi jela anis pada malam tersebut. Kasihannn.
Btw, it was deliciousssss! ~~~~of course it wasn't as nice as our Nasi Goreng Kampung tho (~__~)
The serving was quite big too but we managed to eat almost everything before decided to take away the little leftover.
Mainly because we were seriously hungry after the long journey from Gapyeong.
But to be honest, actually the rice was a bit uncooked (do we called it jelantah?), or at least because it was originally memang not as soft as normal rice. Lolz~
From Myeongdong Subway Station (Exit 6 or 7),
|Walk into Myeongdong Shopping Street for 10/20 meters|
|Take the first right after Uniqlo.|
|Walk passing Starbucks|
|Passing RedEye too|
|Be alert of the restaurant on your left. Shouldn't take long to notice that round signboard after RedEye shop.|
|Yoogane on your left|