During a mad rush through central market for which I could not remember the reason we were in town, we decided to stop here for lunch because the patron’s dishes looked appetizing. It’s a little food stall at the corner of Central Market across from the seafood shop on Grote Street’s side. They serve Korean food. I decided to order the Seafood Noodle Soup with kimchi flavoured soup. The soup and noodles were delicious but I was disappointed in the seafood. I was expecting decent sized prawns, squid and fish and maybe some mussels. Instead all I got was a few baby sized shrimp, mussels and octopus that look like they’ve came from a tin. It was very disappointing.
See the tiny mussel?
On the other hand seeing as Carl liked meat so I ordered Beef Bulgogi for him. Bulgogi is a Korean dish that consists of marinated meat which is usually grilled on a hot plate or over an open flame. It had a tasty sweetness to it. It was rather delicious.
Needless to say I was very jealous of Carl’s dish and will remind myself not to order the Seafood Noodle Soup from there again!