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Author Topic: Korean food from a Korean restaurant  (Read 5350 times)

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More Korean (North-Korean) food
« Reply #15 on: April 21, 2017, 12:28:11 AM »

Korean (North-Korean) dishes


  And now -- including some Korean (North-Korean) dishes in this topic:

  • -- a spicy dish.
    -- the same dish after mixing.
  • -- some spicy cold noodles.
  • -- tofu rolls with meat, cucumbers and leek.
  • -- fried cocoons.
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Cold noodles from a Chinese restaurant
« Reply #16 on: Today at 01:48:48 AM »
  These are cold noodles, but from a non-Korean (a small Chinese) restaurant. They're tasty and I liked that there are so many quail eggs inside, but the spicy flavor was a bit different and this was the thing I disliked. Anyway, I may vote 8/10 or 9/10 for this dish -- not bad! A photo: 8)
 You know me -- I'm a fan of this dish, but because of my recent diet (and my strong will 8)) I eat it very, very rare recently. :)
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