Sunday, June 10, 2007

환영 - 2

As promised, here's the main course dishes. It was all in a set and they all taste excellent.

Started with Ginseng Chicken soup. For someone who does not really fancy ginseng, this was ok to drink. Not strong ginseng taste and not overfully heaty.

Next came the rice, otherwise known as bibiba. Its a korean rice dish, where you see different ingredients like beef, carrots, spinach, mushrooms, some seaweed and an un-cooked egg yolk in the centre. You are suppose to mix it all up with some chilli sauce, breaking the egg yolk. Traditionally, this is served in a stone pot.

Lastly, a fish, also known as saba fish. Something like the japanese ones. At the side is a slice of lemon for people who are afraid of the fishy taste.

Enjoyed everything here :)

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pinkhippo said...

I like the saba fish. It looks good!

eastcoastlife said...

I tried Crystal Jade Korean@Takashimaya, the food was fabulous! Love the BBQ ribs and seafood pancake!

Keropok Man said...

ooo.. i love bibimbab too!

bkk streets a lot of the fish, but we dare not eat leh. haha....

so good to have internet connection finally!

Ming_the_Merciless said...

We called it bi-bim-bop here and I eat that like once a week because I absolutely love Korean food.

There's three Korean restaurants a few blocks from my apartment.

Ming_the_Merciless said...

I'm curious, how much is the bibiba/bibimbop in Singapore?

It costs about US$8 - $9 at most Korean restaurants and comes with all the free appetizers.

Momo said...

Hi Ming,
At the food court, bibimbab (and i spelled it wrongly - sorry) will cost around SGD$5.50-$6. At a resturant is probably around SGD$8-$10.

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