Scott stumbled upon this hidden gem of a restaurant during one of his photoshoots along the Hangang River. Located about a 10-minute walk away from Yongsan Station is this packed Korean joint. Every time Scott walked past this place it had a line. Lucky for us we went on a Wednesday and were seated within 10 minutes.
Now for the food, Chicken Dak Galbi is cooked right in front of your face on a table top skillet. The server puts the raw chicken, vegetables, tteok (rice cake), and spicy red sauce in all at once. Either the server or you will have to use a wooden spoon to keep moving the cooking food around in the skillet. About 10-15 minutes later you can top it off with cheese and voilà, time to enjoy heaven for the mouth.
If you are still hungry you can get rice at the end. The server will cook it on to the pan and mix it around, you can also order cheese on this as well! We were too full this time to order. But if you are a group of people, it’s definitely worth a try!
There has not been a dak galbi restaurant that we have not liked. So we definitely recommend trying it and think everywhere will be good. However if you want an amazing dak galbi experience that you’re sure to remember, consider going here. But at the very least, make sure you check out this signature comfort dish while visiting Korea!
Feeling frisky and want to try this meal from home? Check out this recipe![/text_output]
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