Showing posts with label Korean Food. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Korean Food. Show all posts

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Hangoga Grill at MBS

This is the first time I had Korean BBQ Lunch at Hangoga Grill at MBS. Thanks to my youngest sister for giving me a lunch treat. The lunch was superb and good and the company of my three sisters were a bonus. Thank sis.

Korean Green Tea

Ginseng Chicken Soup

Kimchi Pancake

Fried Dumplings

Beef Grill for BBQ

Love the korean lunch and the ambience of the restaurant is really cozy and lovely.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

Food Court

This is a food court. The difference between a hawker centre and food court was that food court is air conditioned.

Prices in food court can be more expensive than hawker centres.

Last weekend, I decided to have korean lunch which comprises of white rice and chicken soup with ginseng.

Hubby wanted a Japanese curry rice.

Sunday, April 20, 2008

South Korea- Street Scenes of Maisan Provincial Park 2

A street vendor at the foot of the mountain near the Tapsa Temple in Maisan Provincial Park in Jeonju, South Korea. It was really interesting to look at what they are selling.

This pot of cocoon really put me off. It was really scary. How could one eat this?

These are some internal organs of the pig.

Sausages for sale...look yummy.

Chilli sauce

Another food vendor that we saw, was selling these duck eggs wrapped in clay.

Does this looked like pop corn to you?

A korean woman using the traditional method of pounding the rice cake flour and made them into rice cake.

These boxes are what the above korean lady was making.

Saturday, April 19, 2008

South Korea-Street Scenes of Maisan Provincial Park 1

This is a long walk from the car park of Maisan Provincial Park where its 2 mountain peaks resemble the ears of a horse. We were supposed to walk from the carpark to the foot of the mountain where the Tapsa Temple was. Along the long stretch of road, we could see very colourful street scenes where food vendors are selling their food.

Food Vendors selling BBQ black pig meat along the road.

Also on sale were some wild birds.

Friday, April 18, 2008

South Korea-Seoul-Everland Theme Park-Food Kiosk

Saw this yummy food kiosk in Everland Theme Park in Seoul, South Korea.

It tasted good just like our fish cake.

They are known as seafood sausages.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

South Korea-Seoul-Chinese Breakfast

We had a delicious and sumptous chinese breakfast in a local restaurant in Seoul, South Korea.

Fried Dumplings

Cabbage fried with tang hoon (rice vermicelli), ear fungus, carrots, etc

Corn Soup.

Curry Chicken

Fried tang hoon (rice vermicelli) and their tang hoon are thicker than what we normally see. It tasted very good.


Chinese Buns , there was fried version of the chinese buns but I did not managed to snap a photo of it.

Hot soya milk

Plain porridge

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

South Korea-Seoul-Dinner

Here we had our dinner before proceeding to our wonderful hotel at Lotte World.

It consisted of tang hoon (rice vermicelli), assorted vegetables, squids,pork etc. There is nothing fantastic about this

Monday, April 14, 2008

South Korea-Seoul-Hanjeonsik Lunch

We had a delicious and wonderful lunch which they called Hanjeonsik, the most expensive food in South Korea. It was once served to the emperor.

You can see the waiters in traditional costumes carrying the whole table to you. We had to sit cross legged on the floor.

Spread on the table are so many dishes of wonderful food. We could hardly believe our eyes. It was so colourful and wonderful.

The waitress in traditional hanbok will cut some of the food in smaller pieces.

This is a cold dish of crabs. Of course our signature dish of chilli crabs is still the best. :)

Sunday, April 13, 2008

South Korea-Seoul-Chinese Breakfast

A nice bowl of hot cognee.

First time when we were in South Korea, we get to taste chinese breakfast.I have good memory, this is the same chinese restaurant that I went when I first visited South Korea in 1996. :)

Saturday, April 12, 2008

South Korea-Bibimbap Dinner

This is known as the famous bibimbap (just like our claypot rice), you need to add some red sauce (like chilli sauce but not spicy), then start to mix them around.

After mixing, this is how it looked like. I love scrapping the bottom of the pot for burnt rice, it tasted good. Yummy.

And then this is the accompany soup where I spotted some familar "yong tau foo in it.

There are some tang hoon(glass noodles) and bacon added to it.