Tani

Japanese, Korean
April 6, 2016 SAVORY FOOD: Their fried chicken is top notch and is this restaurant’s shining specialty. A great Korean bar to eat savory dishes and grab some drinks. All of their savory dishes are pretty large and are much better for sharing family style with your table. The chicken is juicy with extremely crispy breading – perfect. […] {More...}

Dami Sushi & Izakaya

Japanese, Korean
November 30, 2014 Kimchi: We had the pleasure of being invited to Dami Sushi & Izakaya’s complimentary grand opening media tasting. I was very excited for the event, and it did not disappoint! Thank you Edmond and Dami for kindly inviting us! It was a fantastic experience and I’m very grateful I was able to experience all of […] {More...}

Cooking: Kimchi Fried Rice

Cooking, Korean
August 7, 2013 I love kimchi fried rice. I finally know the secret to getting it so red…it’s the Korean pepper paste. We used Maangchi’s recipe. 3 cups cooked rice 1 cup kimchi chopped 1/4 cup kimchi juice 1/4 cup water 3 tbsp pepper paste 3 tsp sesame oil 1 tbsp sesame seed Stirfry kimchi in oiled pan […] {More...}

Hashigo Korean Kitchen

Korean
December 21, 2012 Kimchi: This place markets itself as a korean kitchen, but it’s more like a fusion place. If you like fusion food and/or have got an open mind, then come on down! Kimchi: Complimentary banchan! Now that is legit!!! You can get free refills. Everyone devoured the sweet GamJa JoRim potato side dish – it was […] {More...}

Cham Sut Gol

Korean
February 3, 2012 Kimchi: We had all you can eat Korean barbeque with 6 other people. We were too busy eating and chatting that we didn’t take pictures, haha. This is the only picture I have of the food – a sad picture of our dirty grill with a small pile of meat in the corner that nobody […] {More...}

Incheonwon BBQ House

Korean
August 30, 2011 Kimchi: The steamed egg soup is super good. We really enjoyed eating the meats with rice paper and daikon vegetable. Their other banchan weren’t that impressive in my opinion. My favorite was probably the brisket. Martini: I love the side dishes this place had, well worth the $20 or so dollars I paid for. I […] {More...}

Cooking – Ddeokbokki

Cooking, Korean
May 22, 2011 Kimchi: Isn’t the presentation cute? Haha. This was when Martini and I really had a passion for experimenting with cooking. We would diligently try new recipes and take pictures. The Ddeokbokki was really spicy and yummy. I had the idea of adding egg noodles to the dish to kind of give it a little more […] {More...}

Corea BBQ Restaurant & Freshia Market

Korean
April 8, 2011 Martini: This little hole in the wall is the cheapest place that we know of that has the tofu soup and decent bulgogi and all the Korean side dishes that you normally find at BCD Tofu House. Except it’s cheaper, MUCH cheaper. It’s about half the price at BCD and tastes just as good. Kimchi: […] {More...}

Cooking: Doeji bulgolgi (spicy fried pork)

Cooking, Korean
December 13, 2010 Kimchi: We tried a recipe from YouTube’s Maangchi! Kimchi: It was Martini’s idea to present it so nicely. Isn’t it cute? haha 🙂 Kimchi: When we finished cooking and prepping the ingredients, we were ready to eat! The pork is VERY spicy depending on how much hot pepper paste you put in. It is delicious […] {More...}