Sunday, July 26, 2009

Sydney Madang

Lunch with a good Korean friend at a highly recommended, popular Korean restaurant. I never know what to order at Korean places, so I was glad that she took over the ordering.

The free snacks preceding the main meal

My favourite is the boiled potatoes with soy and sugar (bottom left). It's such a simple dish, and I could have 10 little bowlfuls of this one.







Jja Jung Myun (Noodle in Black Bean & Soy Sauce) $10

The noodles are wonderfully chewy & sticky, and it's a good sauce to noodle ratio for my standards. There are bits of mushroom & pork in the sauce, but not a lot. I can only liken to sauce to a sort onion gravy, very warm and satisfying on a cold winter's day.

Dolsot Bibim Bab (Steamed Rice topped with vegetables, egg yolk & choice of beef/chicken/pork in a special hot pot) $14
Comes with a special spicy sauce you mix through the dish. I absolutely love that it comes in this hot pot. It keeps the dish hot, and there are some delicious crispy bits of rice that you find at the bottom of the pot as you dig in.

Coming back here again soon for the BBQ dishes. They have burners in the middle of the table just for that purpose!

371A Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000
phone: (02) 9264 7010
hours: Open Daily 11:30am-midnight

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